Ha ha! Quite good, but resemblance between Bamfs and Schtroumpfs goes far away from skin colour and pocket-size. According to NC Limited Series and original Schtroumpfs comics (by Peyo), both of them are a crowd of male identical beings, comparable to goblins, who live in a remote magical place only accessible by interdimensional trip or "hypnokinesis". The only difference is there's just one Schtroumpfette and there are many Bamf-girls, but let's remember that early Kitty's fairy tale made understood female Bamfs didn't exist.
BTW, I've just found out BAMF is an acronim for Bad Ass Mother F***er. You already knew it for sure!
EDIT: "accessible by", not "reachable through". My English is awful X(
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^Aw, I like that pic. Pretty and adorable :) On the subject of "gypsy" and/or pirate attire... I was watching Octopussy yesterday (yes, of my own free will, lol) and it's got this whole plot involving a German circus. Anyway, at one point, Roger Moore kills an evil circus guy and steals his clothes, and then has to try to hitch a ride back to Berlin to stop a nuclear bomb blah blah blah. I was all like, "I can't believe no one will pick him up! What jerks!" To which my bf responded, "Would you pick up a hitchhiker wearing a pirate shirt?" Touche :P
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Of course, comics of all kind are a usual dream topic --as books as characters (Kurt being a regular protagonist ). Once I had a great crush with Logan (a long time before movies and Jackman look), and yes! dreaming about comic-books that I wished or I lost or I never found is something recurrent. Once even I dreamt of a flea market salesman --he offered me a rare issue, but I sadly rejected it because "now I'll wake up and I won't be able to read it" (literally).
I've dreamt even of new drawing lines, and non-existent comics are a great starting point to fanfics and fanart.
As for gypsy clothes: Oh yeah!
Last edited by March Hare; 11-26-2012 at 06:32 AM.
Ok, there was a thread started “Should Azazel Ressurect his son?”
Here’s some pics I found on DA recently to contast with that WatX cover. Still, I find it odd to see fans depict Azazel and Mystique in such a way with Kurt, all cutsified like that..
Does this mean comic Azazel is Russian, too? I thought that I could accept Azazel if they did something cool with him but then I realized that's only part of the problem... he'd still be related to Abyss or Kiwi Black. Sooo... :S
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Agreed the cutesy family pics are sort of weird... My impression is that people just think the fact of the interconnection is neat, and want it to be more than it is /shrug
On the topic of Abyss... Probably the only thing I enjoyed in Draco was how much of a dick Kurt was to that guy. But then, I guess it's not Abyss' fault he seems like a totally different character each time I see him. Upside, he was probably my favourite boss in the X-Men Legends II video game. I think you fight him on board a blimp that the game refers to as a "dirigible," and he cackles and makes bad puns at you the whole time.
Oh, and here's a new Kitty + Kurt fanfic chapter! Things get at least a bit "romantic" in this one ;)
And of course some cute fanart for the occasion :)
Last edited by M.Hammerman; 11-26-2012 at 06:59 PM.
X-Men Legends II is just great in general. Mostly because Kurt has the most powerful move out of anyone in the entire game.
"You'll lose the blues and you may lose your heart." - Bonnie Parker, Bonnie & Clyde
And yes, I would marry X-Men Legends: II. Are Nightcrawler's teleport powers so good in that one because of a game glitch? Or was it meant to be that way?
they label me a villain cause of how I express my feelings