It's funny, for he's doing what is necessary to stay alive. (Silly word for a ghost: alive. ;D I think you know what I mean.) It's much more important for him to do a good deed instead of vanishing. That's a good beginning, or not?
It would be interesting to know, if it is possible to turn Prime Evil in a real good person, or if this only can happen when he's under pressure.
Big Evil has more chance of getting on The Biggest Loser than Prime Evil has of becoming good.
True, his powers don't have to be along the lines of classical magic, it could be an interdimentional type of energy, but Prime Evil himself has said and used the word magic for his powers and his magic was nullified before. So he could be sent to a place were powers like his could become useless. Although, what you said for the latter could be one and the same as magic for Prime Evil as well. But thinking it is actual magic has given me an idea (part of a much bigger idea) for a type of fan interation to "reconect" the live FGB with the cartoon FGB while keeping a lot more of the original series intact while adding in the cartoon and keeping that one (mostly) intact as well. I guess a type of fan fiction "reboot" for at least the cartoon side. ;D
Very interesting insight, yours! Actually, I don't truly think finding a link in-between the two GB series is far-fetched or even difficult to do. There are plenty of directions to walk. It could be the same universe, all in all.
True! There are many paths! Many roads that can be taken and still interact within the two series. But, maybe in the same universe? Like the two shows are different canon's?
Post by GhostBuggy on May 27, 2012 22:51:10 GMT -5
I see what you mean, it'd be a bit too comic, since such a thing wouldn't happen to Hordak or any other Filmation Super-Villains...I guess since FGB has some of the funniest moments, it seemed to fit at first, but I think you're right