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Re-Imagining: The Bureau, X-Com Declassified by jarredspekter
Re-Imagining: The Bureau, X-Com Declassified
A long time request. Sorry it took so long!
There was another game made to attempt to revitalize the beloved X-Com brand besides Enemy Unknown. It was soundly hated from the first for being a first person shooter instead of a tactical game and after many attempts to fix the game it ended up being mediocre and buggy. However I at least liked the idea of an X-Com story before the modern/futuristic times the series has usually taken place, mixing in Cold War paranoia and classic sci-fi ideas with the alien versus mankind angle: an origin story for the agency basically. 
I rewrote a lot of the story and characters but tried to keep some of the ideas alive.
I hope it's interesting!
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(FanMade) Shadowrun Movie Poster by jarredspekter
(FanMade) Shadowrun Movie Poster
Can you guess what my most recent obsession has been?
Shadowrun : Hong Kong just arrived and I'm playing it to pieces. In fact I was so excited I dusted off the original Shadowrun Returns and Dragonfall to beat before heaving into the new and improved game. All three games are all kinds of fun: great characters, great action, strategy, roleplaying, graphics, music...everything except voice acting (there is none) which is fine because the writing is stellar.
For those unfamiliar Shadowrun began life as a roleplaying pen and paper series with the novel notion of blending together the fantasy and cyberpunk genre. Following massive world upheaval thanks to war, technology, and the 'awakening' of the old races the likes of elves, dwarves, trolls, mages and shaman are now contending with (as well as often using) machine guns, robotic drones, and cybernetic implants, and decks that allow access to the virtual reality matrix where hacking is a matter of life and death. For some this world offers opportunity through legal channels, but for others the only means of making a living is to fight and steal from the shadows. 
I liked the idea of a Shadowrun movie containing an ensemble cast which covered the diversity of the game's classes and races. Here I patched together a native American shaman with a falcon familiar, a rigger with her flying drone, a troll in heavy armor, a dwarven decker, an elfish physical adept and a mage. As for the giant holographic face? One of the common enemies in Shadowrun besides the occasional conniving dragon or sprawling corporation is sentient A.Is, so it seemed as good a thing as any to put front and center.
I hope it's fun. I'd love to see a Shadowrun film, or even better a TV show!
In fact I did a trailer for a TV show awhile back too: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4wj3z…
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Honorable mention on this list for mercenary Samus Aran before Other M completely (and unfortunately probably canonically) destroyed her.



Also the ultimate badass Max Payne because I'd probably put him on top of the list but I restrained myself and went with something less predictable...


10: Agent 47


From : The Hitman Series
Agent 47 is a graceful, remorseless device of stealthy execution. Even when a player mucks up playing him he can still make an ill-advised firefight to the death look stylish. 47 is cool under pressure, iconic, and makes assassination look so effortless it's scary.

9: Adam Jensen


From : Deus Ex : Human Revolution
It seems like stacking the deck that most of Jensen's awesomeness comes from artificial augmentations, but even before that he was a cop who literally didn't play by the rules and in the tutorial level kicks all kinds of terrorist ass without a single implant. He also has one of the gruffest and impartial voices in video games. 

8: Master Chief


From : The Halo Series
Abducted as a child and forced to endure the most grueling physical training to become a colonial enforcer, Master Chief is notable for being augmented genetically so in addition to his near impervious armor AND shield he's superhumanly strong and fast. Regardless he keeps winding up in situations nearly over his head, but manages to muddle through with the same perpetual, professional calm.

7: Matthew Kane


From : Quake IV
Matthew was a war hero even before arriving on Stroggos and he manages to serve with distinction...until he's captured and nearly turned into a mindless cyborg drone. At the last moment he escapes, his body and mind irrevocably altered, but now all the more an asset to humanity with a unique understanding of the enemy he faces. He's been somewhat forgotten but has the distinction of being the only major character I can think of who in the course of the game loses ALL of his limbs without anesthetic, and recovers enough to fight another day. 

6: Norkio


From: Heavenly Sword
I haven't played this game, but I HAVE seen the official movie, and Norkio is a badass. All her life she's lived in the shadow of a prophesy: declared a failure and a curse for not being born a man. Interestingly she resents this but does not go out of her way to retaliate: staying firm in her conviction to protect her clan even without recognition. The sword she carries although magical is only as good as the one carrying it, and she can unlock all kinds of crazy abilities with it (including duel chain blades developed at the same time as another God of War tried the same thing.) Selfless and a little snarky Norko can take on an entire army without breaking a sweat.

5: Canderous Ordo


From : Star Wars : Knights of the Old Republic
Not only does this Mandalorian mercenary wield a laser chain gun which he hefts like it's made of paper his war stories the player can hear involve such notable actions as riding on the back of a Basilisk warlord through the atmosphere into battle dodging beam weapons without wearing armor. A clone trooper during the clone wars who showed distinction was called 'Ordo' in his honor hundreds of years later. THAT'S a badass.

4: Garrus Vakarian


From : The Mass Effect Series
He's Batman if Batman was an alien with a sniper rifle. When he isn't serving in official capacity as one of Commander Shepherd's commandos he's pot-shorting smugglers and gangsters in retirement because it gives him something to do. He's got a conscience under the hood but he's not afraid to fight if it comes down to it. He's fiercely loyal, looks even more intimidating after getting the business end of a chain gun AND a rocket launcher, and is probably one of the most memorable faces of the entire franchise apart from Shepherd himself.

3: The Doom Marine


From: Doom
This is probably nostalgia on my part, but I always considered this guy close to the coolest dude ever. His back story details how he disobeyed orders to save civilians from a high command botch and so was exiled to Mars as a security officer in punishment. When all Hell literally breaks loose he goes to war with the combined forces of a demonic dimension using CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS. Until the BFG comes into play the Doom Marine is literally battling devils using a shotgun, a pistol, and a chainsaw! Chalk it up to bad resources but this ordinary guy has the potential to survive an entire station worth of monsters using hot lead.

2: Nightwolf



From: Mortal Kombat Series
Nightwolf really came into his own as an excellent character in Mortal Kombat Nine. Instead of a carbon-copy 'young warrior' or a painfully stereotypical native token, Nightwolf is portrayed as a real Native American shaman who is noble, heroic, and very even in his attitude despite the situation. He's extremely powerful and doesn't need armor or weapons: just his shamanistic faith. He goes toe-to-toe with gods and monsters and until much later he always comes out on top. I was immediately impressed by his statement to Scorpion 'I understand the pain of my people being oppressed...but I have learned to heal instead of hate.' A Native American character who is about something other than anger at white people? Still unprecedented, and it allowed Nightwolf to actually be a CHARACTER instead of a stereotype. Fans, myself included, are still waiting for him to come back already...


1: Link


From: The Legend of Zelda Series
He's not only a badass once, EVERY person from his bloodline at some point in history has been one. He fights sorcerers and monsters that tower above him with a sword and a wooden shield. He doesn't need to quip or really talk at all so he subsequently never asks why he must risk his life for others: he just does it. Resourceful, surprisingly strong, agile, and courageous to a fault Link has been through any number of trials in any number of incarnations but managed to preserve through sheer stubborn resolve.
He might dress like a Peter Pan cosplayer, but he is still the king of badasses in my opinion.
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Now with pictures!

10: Lilith


From : Borderlands/ Borderlands 2
Clever, powerful, strong, svelte and seductive...even if she was mo-capped by a guy. 

9: Jaina Proudmore


From : Warcraft III/ World of Warcraft
One of the few identifiably decent characters in the series despite an overdeveloped sense of vengeance. I think the classic armored sorceress look works well, and in later incarnations she gets kickin' grey/blonde hair.

8: Tracer


From : Overwatch.
Perky, delightfully British, speedy and nice this gal is a relative newcomer but is already making a mark for herself in the fandom of female characters who are sexy but not without personality or personal strength.

7: Anya Stroud


From : Gears of Wars 3
The best thing that ever happened to this previously uptight officer was going full on military/native with cropped hair, armor, and a personalized retro-lancer. Something about Germanic women in power armor...

6: Zoya


From: Trine/Trine 2
A Rule 63 for Altair from Assassin's Creed, Zoya in her renditions rarely looks 'traditionally' attractive with very severe features, but to me at least a lass who can effortlessly grapple anywhere and who looks more rough-and-tumble is considerably more attractive than a bimbo without a character.

5: Faridah Malik


From : Deus Ex : Human Revolution
That you can't pursue a relationship with Malik is one of the few failings of one of my favorite games ever. She looks great in a flight suit, has a very realistic personality, and is extremely helpful to you to boot. One of the few characters you can actually talk to and confide in and most of all trust.

4: Farah


From : Prince of Persia : Sands of Time
A spunky, competent, ravishing Arabian beauty who carries through one of the most honest and touching love stories in video games; effectively reforming the arrogant prince by showing him the extent of his folly and then forgiving his mistakes out of love. A 'love interest' who actually, shock gasp, learned about her lover before falling for him!

3: Cassie Cage


From : Mortal Kombat X
This was a tossup between Cassie and Jacqui Briggs and...well...Cassie won by being just such a volatile combo of attractive and amusing. There's something so playful and irresistible about a commando who wears an iPod and blows bubble gum. She also looks great in her alt outfits gotta say.

2: Morrigan


From : Dragon Age : Origins
Claudia Black from Farscape voices this voluptuous, dangerous and very deep character of a witch with any number of issues, but the forbidden fruit is always the most sought. Unlike some further characters in the series Morrigan makes the list thanks to that great accent, cattish taunts, knowing bearing, and casual, careless sexiness.

1: Mona Sax


From : Max Payne 1/2
Undeniably the sexiest female character (CHARACTER in big letters) of video games past and present is one we literally got to see grow up into a lovely young woman. Mona is intelligent, competent, friendly when she wants to be and is actually based on a real person so her character subsequently looks the most realistic. She doesn't dress sexy or act overtly so either: she just IS attractive. Mature, surprisingly altruistic for an assassin, and a force to be reckoned with she's the perfect foil, and match, for Max.
Thanks for the suggestion :iconevilgidgit:!

10: The Opening Montage
From : Ernest Scared Stupid



This movie is notable for being a strangely straight laced horror film in many ways that happens to star a comedian. Trolls might not seem so scary in concept, but especially to a kid all the creepy atmospheric sequences of misty forests at night, rusted junkyards, and that twisted Tim Burtonesque tree combined with the storyline involving kids being hunted for their souls...it was all VERY effective. Even too effective. I remember getting this movie for my birthday and popping it in, expecting the same laughs as Ernest Goes to Camp and Ernest Joins the Army which both had a fluffy sensibility to them and constant jokes.
This opening was something I didn't expect at all and it freaked me out so much I turned off the film before it even ended the first time!
It's like the perfect storm of scary things: strange black and white footage of horror films that were to a kid pretty genuinely horrifying (especially the horrible spider monster, the brain with the glowing eyes and the skeleton in a robe which flies violently to pieces). The music begins with a spine-tingling organ and then goes into a bouncy scary/funny theme for awhile...until the bridge when it becomes something that wouldn't feel at all out of place in a real horror movie. The cold organ, the the deep bass, the ghostly howls all coupled with the blood splatter like effects that caused the credits to be created by weapons narrowly missing Ernest spooked me out of my young mind. I went back to watch it later and it's now one of my Halloween favorites, but even now it's still has an unsettling power to it. I'm not so much scared of it now as I remember how frightened I used to be with foreboding.

9: Quiet in the Library
From : Ghostbusters



Speaking of scenes that scared me from extremely funny movies, this is a particularly shuddery memory for my young self. This is the first ghost they encounter and before this movie I can't remember any instances of the undead just rapidly and inexplicably morphing into a horrible shape so I wasn't expecting this at all. Going back the acting, the writing, the jokes and the effects are so amazingly good I can't hate this movie, but as a kid I sure did just for this scene. I loved the REST of the film, but if I did watch Ghostbusters I'd fast forward to when they got the firehouse or if it came on TV I'd wait until this scene was over to watch the rest.
Darn you catchy theme tune... 

8: The Guy in the Documentary is Dead
From : National Geographic



I'm not sure this is the same documentary I saw (it was probably much older than this) but this edition of National Geographic is remarkably similar to an episode that shook me to the core as a kid. My folks and I in the evenings would often watch Nova and National Geographic to get a little entertainment and education during dinner. So here was a fascinating look at deep sea and cave divers who examine blue holes and the darkest depths of the ocean. I was interested in all the nifty sea life and rock formations they discovered as well as hearing about everything that went into preparation for do such risky things for science.
Then the bottom fell out at the very end: the guy the documentary had been following was dead.
Not only that but he died while diving. To me this was just unfair. People in documentaries aren't supposed to die! Documentaries aren't made without lots of editing and such so to my impressionable mind it seemed fair to assume that everyone in a documentary would make it out safely. But no: this guy died in the depths he was exploring and we'd be watching this whole time: the same guy talking in the documentary like a digital ghost.
Just the offhanded way the news was delivered and the fact that this wasn't a 'movie' it was real left me stunned.
I did an awful lot of soul searching that night in my bed staring at the ceiling.

7: 100% Nightmare Fuel
From : TNT 



I'm surprised to find this after all these years. I used to watch a LOT of television as a kid, all of it on a tiny black and white set. The channels we could get to work were TNT, Disney and AMC so I'd swap between old movies, cartoons and whatever the living heck was on TNT which tended to be BIZARRE. Horror movies, science fiction...all kind of things were there to see, and not all of it strictly things I should have been watching as a youngster.  Granted there was a lot of violence on AMC with gangster movies and such, but TNT just had oddities that toyed with my impressionable brain like aliens and monsters and other curiosities. And then at some points they'd run a block called 100% Weird in which they DELIBERATELY played old and strange Japanese films, B-movies, art movies. I loved it as a kid because it felt like forbidden fruit but more than a few times it would scare me quite a bit. Case in point Mr. Sardonicus' fixed, unearthly grin that shows up on one of these television screens, just to remind me of that particular traumatizing moment in my entertainment past.

6: The Scream of The Slayers
From : Krull



Okay...I LOVED this movie and I still do. Laser guns, fantasy tropes, great classic special effects.
But here's what always freaked me out. These black clad baddies whenever they die SCREAM. Even more unnerving the first one to die ejects what looks like a slug from its helmet to drill through the ground.
Admittedly the scream has lost some of it's impact so now I can be impressed with the creativity of the Slayers themselves. Before Independence Day they had the idea of the creatures living inside living suits of armor and the signature sound of them made them all the more alien. 
Also yes that IS Hagrid in overalls; the same actor who would play him years later!
Liam Neeson is in this movie too.

5: The Giant Squid
From : 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 



Another scene I loved/hated as a kid.
The effects work is top notch, the setting awesome, and the idea all kinds of exciting and adventurous. That didn't change the fact that it was a gigantic shadowy monster swarming up from the deep with the express purpose of eating the heroes alive though. The later fight scene I couldn't find on Youtube but there's quite a few moments in that where people are lifted bodily and carried into the sea to their doom and there's always that big swiveling eye and clacking beak to think about...

4: 'Oh Mr. Arnold!'
From : Jurassic Park



For my fifteenth birthday I got to see Jurassic Park at my Grandpa's ranch on Lopez.
At least until the death of Samuel L. Jackson's character whereby I abandoned my view and slunk off into the corner to cry. It was the most explicitly gory death I'd ever seen to the moment.
At 0:31 in this comprehensive guide to Sam Jackson's finest deaths on screen.
Literally the only thing remaining of poor Sam is the bloody stump of his arm! The rest of him has presumably been eaten to nothingness by raptors. Of course the moment his death is discovered makes things all the more creepy. After fleeing raptors and escaping to a supposedly safe location Elie sighs with relief when a friend's arm falls onto hers. It seems like a breath of calm after such a tense scene of chasing. But then the other shoe drops and you realize she might not be nearly as safe as she, and YOU, thought.

3: Drink and Join With Me
From : Excalibur



Here's something to consider: all of these armor assets and money were originally going to go towards a Lord of the Rings movie in 1981! The issue came down to the fact that the scope of even a Fellowship movie would have been too big to attempt, so instead the director decided to tell the story of King Arthur in a way it really hadn't been before. This is a DARK fantasy production with some of the most realistic sword fights I've ever seen and some of the creepiest portrayals of magic. Merlin himself appears like a kindly old man but when he gets riled he comes across as a force of power impossible to deny.
And yet he's nothing compared to Morgan Le Fey.
Here she is with her little terror Mordred, casually greeting Percival who has dutifully sought The Holy Grail at the expense of his friends, his health, his sanity. He's tempted to give up his quest and heroically perseveres...only to be taken away and hanged by the presumably empty (or worse) armor of his old friends, locked into a state of undeath after failing temptation. 
As a kid the notion of this frightened me again not for what was shown but what wasn't. You see the armor of the knights and Percival seems to recognize them, but we never quite see what horrific things lurk inside now that they're little more than slaves. Are they zombies? Ghosts?
You can ALMOST see just enough to set the imagination stirring.
Stupid...stupid imagination.

2: The Death of Professor Screweyes
From : We're Back! A Dinosaur Story



Okay...huh?
This moment is so completely weird in an already weird movie I remember wondering if something had gone 'wrong' with the film. It seemed so out of place: so haunting and even a little bit sinister. The heroes had triumphed and left the bad guy to stew in his fear. That's an end, isn't it?
But then the birds descend as he cries out in fear. Okay NOW the scene must be over.
Except that in COMPLETE SILENCE the crows proceed to complete cover The Professor head to foot...and then depart leaving nothing but his eye behind. I think the only thing possible to imagine here is that they somehow ate him, especially given the hungry way the final crow pecks at the screw-eye, callously blowing away the last of The Professor's power (or extinguishing his soul?)
I loved this movie as a kid but the Screw-Eye scenes were so transcendently creepy they worked a little too well. Even given the happy conclusion to everyone's stories, the lonely and soundless end to the villain without redemption, without hope was very very creepy. 

1: 'Swimming!'
From : Jaws



I saw this when I was four.
I'm still not sure how sharks became my favorite animal. This scared the living crud out of me and gave me literal nightmares for a week. This actress does an exceptional job portraying believable terror and worse AGONY while she's eaten from below the waist until being pulled to her death. It basically invented the 'opening kill' and remains one of the best in horror history to immediately establish this shark is not to be trifled with.
I remember crying so my dad picked me up and put me behind a table. But I could still HEAR everything.
Funny how in the future I'd be interested in audio productions, horror, and sharks...
Apparently we start to appreciate what we're afraid of sometimes.
A request by :iconsonicrocks57:

Honorable mention on this list for mercenary Samus Aran before Other M completely (and unfortunately probably canonically) destroyed her.



Also the ultimate badass Max Payne because I'd probably put him on top of the list but I restrained myself and went with something less predictable...


10: Agent 47


From : The Hitman Series
Agent 47 is a graceful, remorseless device of stealthy execution. Even when a player mucks up playing him he can still make an ill-advised firefight to the death look stylish. 47 is cool under pressure, iconic, and makes assassination look so effortless it's scary.

9: Adam Jensen


From : Deus Ex : Human Revolution
It seems like stacking the deck that most of Jensen's awesomeness comes from artificial augmentations, but even before that he was a cop who literally didn't play by the rules and in the tutorial level kicks all kinds of terrorist ass without a single implant. He also has one of the gruffest and impartial voices in video games. 

8: Master Chief


From : The Halo Series
Abducted as a child and forced to endure the most grueling physical training to become a colonial enforcer, Master Chief is notable for being augmented genetically so in addition to his near impervious armor AND shield he's superhumanly strong and fast. Regardless he keeps winding up in situations nearly over his head, but manages to muddle through with the same perpetual, professional calm.

7: Matthew Kane


From : Quake IV
Matthew was a war hero even before arriving on Stroggos and he manages to serve with distinction...until he's captured and nearly turned into a mindless cyborg drone. At the last moment he escapes, his body and mind irrevocably altered, but now all the more an asset to humanity with a unique understanding of the enemy he faces. He's been somewhat forgotten but has the distinction of being the only major character I can think of who in the course of the game loses ALL of his limbs without anesthetic, and recovers enough to fight another day. 

6: Norkio


From: Heavenly Sword
I haven't played this game, but I HAVE seen the official movie, and Norkio is a badass. All her life she's lived in the shadow of a prophesy: declared a failure and a curse for not being born a man. Interestingly she resents this but does not go out of her way to retaliate: staying firm in her conviction to protect her clan even without recognition. The sword she carries although magical is only as good as the one carrying it, and she can unlock all kinds of crazy abilities with it (including duel chain blades developed at the same time as another God of War tried the same thing.) Selfless and a little snarky Norko can take on an entire army without breaking a sweat.

5: Canderous Ordo


From : Star Wars : Knights of the Old Republic
Not only does this Mandalorian mercenary wield a laser chain gun which he hefts like it's made of paper his war stories the player can hear involve such notable actions as riding on the back of a Basilisk warlord through the atmosphere into battle dodging beam weapons without wearing armor. A clone trooper during the clone wars who showed distinction was called 'Ordo' in his honor hundreds of years later. THAT'S a badass.

4: Garrus Vakarian


From : The Mass Effect Series
He's Batman if Batman was an alien with a sniper rifle. When he isn't serving in official capacity as one of Commander Shepherd's commandos he's pot-shorting smugglers and gangsters in retirement because it gives him something to do. He's got a conscience under the hood but he's not afraid to fight if it comes down to it. He's fiercely loyal, looks even more intimidating after getting the business end of a chain gun AND a rocket launcher, and is probably one of the most memorable faces of the entire franchise apart from Shepherd himself.

3: The Doom Marine


From: Doom
This is probably nostalgia on my part, but I always considered this guy close to the coolest dude ever. His back story details how he disobeyed orders to save civilians from a high command botch and so was exiled to Mars as a security officer in punishment. When all Hell literally breaks loose he goes to war with the combined forces of a demonic dimension using CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS. Until the BFG comes into play the Doom Marine is literally battling devils using a shotgun, a pistol, and a chainsaw! Chalk it up to bad resources but this ordinary guy has the potential to survive an entire station worth of monsters using hot lead.

2: Nightwolf



From: Mortal Kombat Series
Nightwolf really came into his own as an excellent character in Mortal Kombat Nine. Instead of a carbon-copy 'young warrior' or a painfully stereotypical native token, Nightwolf is portrayed as a real Native American shaman who is noble, heroic, and very even in his attitude despite the situation. He's extremely powerful and doesn't need armor or weapons: just his shamanistic faith. He goes toe-to-toe with gods and monsters and until much later he always comes out on top. I was immediately impressed by his statement to Scorpion 'I understand the pain of my people being oppressed...but I have learned to heal instead of hate.' A Native American character who is about something other than anger at white people? Still unprecedented, and it allowed Nightwolf to actually be a CHARACTER instead of a stereotype. Fans, myself included, are still waiting for him to come back already...


1: Link


From: The Legend of Zelda Series
He's not only a badass once, EVERY person from his bloodline at some point in history has been one. He fights sorcerers and monsters that tower above him with a sword and a wooden shield. He doesn't need to quip or really talk at all so he subsequently never asks why he must risk his life for others: he just does it. Resourceful, surprisingly strong, agile, and courageous to a fault Link has been through any number of trials in any number of incarnations but managed to preserve through sheer stubborn resolve.
He might dress like a Peter Pan cosplayer, but he is still the king of badasses in my opinion.

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Thatnerdwithglasses Featured By Owner 1 hour ago  Student
Know what game I feel sad for?
The new mad max game
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jarredspekter Featured By Owner 55 minutes ago  Hobbyist Writer
How so? It looked decent in promos! O_o
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Thatnerdwithglasses Featured By Owner Edited 35 minutes ago  Student
I mean in the sense that it was released around the same time of MGSV

Even if it wasn't for metal gear, we have fallout 4 coming next Thursday, which will no doubt steal the spotlight

Speaking of witch
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Thatnerdwithglasses Featured By Owner 1 hour ago  Student
ever hear of The Man in the High Castle?
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jarredspekter Featured By Owner 55 minutes ago  Hobbyist Writer
I have! There's a TV movie coming out, isn't there?
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Thatnerdwithglasses Featured By Owner 48 minutes ago  Student
Not a TV movie but a whole series (it exscuvely for Amazon instant video)
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Thatnerdwithglasses Featured By Owner 3 hours ago  Student
What do you think of the recent thing regarding YouTube a full disclosure about products?
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Thatnerdwithglasses Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student
Ever got into something because of memes?
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jarredspekter Featured By Owner 18 hours ago  Hobbyist Writer
I'm not exactly sure what you mean O_o
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