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endangeredomega wrote:I'm missing the "No Star Wars" rule already.
I love Star Wars as much as the next obsessive geek-boy (as my toy collection will attest), but I guess I'm something of a purist. I've got nothing against a good Star Wars reference, but at least make it a solid, clever, marginally thought-out reference, rather than just tacking on a Lucas character to try and make a quick buck off of someone else's brain-child.
(And no, this isn't a Ramyb bashing comment ... there are plenty of artists guilty of the same thing, imho.)
Much agreed on both points.
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