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Guess I should jump into this bandwagon as well, but I'll also make one rule to differentiate the rest: If a Pokemon is dual-typed and if the type of my choice is used as its primary type, then it'll be chosen.
[B]Best of Grass Types[/B]
It'll be a sin to not mention this guy as the best grass type despite other great grass types such as Venusaur and Sceptile. Just when we thought
Couldn't think of a better title.
Is it just me, or do these guys tend to be the most selfish people to ever face on the media? Whenever part of their childhood gets resurrected for the new generation (Ex: Transformers) or is still going after all these years (Ex: Pokemon), they create a major backlash saying it's ruined FOREVER. It's almost as if they want something from their childhood to stay dead when they outgrew it, just like the Gen 1-2 Pokemon fans when the fad in the U.S.
For those of you who don't know, there's some sort of program for the android Market called Pokemon Apps in which it allows you to download a soundboard for the series. However, it appears to be Japan only due to how the website to download it is in Japanese. Apparantly a friend of mine here is ticked off about the Pokemon Company forcing U.S. consumers to remove them and is planning to bringing an abundance of fans to file lawsuit against the company. Now I'm not sure if what he's doing is considered
My mind constantly holds nothing but crossover fighting games since the anticipation for Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3; out of complete boredom, I'll list them all:
Marvel Vs. Disney
Disney Vs. Capcom
Marvel Super Heroes Vs. My Little Pony
Nintendo Vs. Capcom
My Little Pony Vs. Team Fortress
Super Smash Bros. X Street Fighter
Nicktoons Vs. My Little Pony
Super Smash Bros. X Disney
TMNT Vs. MLP
All except for SSB
It appears that Hollywood is taking a huge hit by everyone since the early 2000's. Well-respected directors (James Cameron, George Lucas, Tim Burton, etc) are getting more hate from the fans, and constant films based off of existing source material such as books and TV shows, as well as remakes and sequels of older films, causes a demand for pure original films, as in ones not based off of an already existing source material, but whenever Hollywood does make one (Ex: Avatar, Inception), they get