CHUD – NEVER WAKE UP: THE MEANING AND SECRET OF INCEPTION | Inception Ending
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Moving through the anthology, I also greatly enjoyed S.
Coming into the middle of the anthology, we come across perhaps my favourite story of the anthology — L. Framing his story around the experiences of one family as they make their way into the city just as the monsters begin erupting out of the sewers and onto the streets, Mitchell weaves a compelling, tense and occasionally even tender story of horror, loss and how adversity and terror can strengthen even the weakest and fragile of family bonds.
Hanson provides the Aliens to the original movies Alien, transposing the action from the claustrophobic sewers and tunnels underneath the city to a high-rise apartment building that has to contend with a C. Action-packed, streamlined and intensely cinematic at times, with an ending that just cries out for the entire story to be adapted as a film, this is a fantastic story that practically justifies purchasing the anthology by itself.
The following tale, S. Ds and discovering, day by day, just how horrifying the side-effects of that waste can be on the human body and psyche. R is a great tale to start closing the anthology out with, JG Faherty providing a much-needed glimpse of how the world outside of the initial outbreak would handle the C.
Following a small group of special forces as they hunt down and purge C. BY Ross Baxter was also one of my favourites, with Baxter moving the action away from the United States and into international waters, as a group of Royal Marines are forced to try and tackle an American navy vessel that has drifted towards the UK and is not answering any hails. Boarding the vessel, the soldiers soon find out the exact nature of the vessels cargo, and are soon stuck between a horde of C.
Ds and a government that is determined to stop the outbreak by any means possible. Did anyone care about that? When Buffy died in the Gift it was heart wrenchingly sad and every character showed it. That was what made it so sad.
The mall talk detracted from the ending and the deaths. It made them almost meaningless. Xane September 22, He originally planned to make Xander Glory's human host.
And Spike falls from the tower on a wooden chard. I think Buffy Animated was planned as Buffy's high-school adventures - so anybody's death was irrelevant to the project. But Buffy standing there alone or with Dawn would be neat contrast to season 5 finale. Xander goes evil, Willow tries to save him, she almost succeeds, but In Dirty Girls he'd be just a casualty and a member of Core Four couldn't end up as casualty.
Joss would turn any Scooby death into an event of epic proportions. So Willow destroys him and herself. Or Willow fails so Buffy had to "slice and dice" him. He always goes for the maximum pain. I know it would be fitting to finish his journey: But everything inside me protests against Giles' death.
I'm not a comic book reader at all but I've been trying to get whatever Joss has written in comic form, and Fray is worth it. I would so love to see it continued, either in comic form or on any sized screen The way I see it, Buffy had her closure with Spike. I'm sure she did mourn him more later, but at the moment, it's probably overwhelming that you, your family, and your best friends have all survived something like that.
Relief is what I saw for her. She got to tell Spike what she wanted, and she knew he died nobly. Other than that, who would she mourn? She barely knew the SITs and she didn't like Anya.
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I would personally mourn the loss of my town and home and belongings as well, but that's just me. I didn't see any real evidence they were upset about Sunnydale not existing anymore, though. I kind of think two of the least liked 'main' characters by the other characters, mind you, not by fans!
Spike and Anya were always outsiders, and I think that was pretty palpable throughout the show.
CHUD – NEVER WAKE UP: THE MEANING AND SECRET OF INCEPTION
It's just my opinion though. Rogue Slayer September 22, He always goes for the maximum pain I totally agree. It would be totally awesome. I can completely imagine the impact it would have.
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But I can see that Joss doesn't want this as I have explained. It was high-school based. But it is harder to sell to a network when the audience already knows that one of those scoobies is going to die in the original show. Say, if Xander would die in Chosen. I mean it's the same feeling you have for the Scoobies being undestructible no matter what they do.
It doesn't matter how many times Buffy saves Xander or how many times he knows to evade death, he's still gonna die in the original show. If you look at it this way.
Watch Welcome to the Hellmouth and the Harvest and watch Chosen right after. You already know what happened in between. All the events, the betrayels, let downs, relationships. The last 3 minutes of the harvest before Giles says' The earth is doomed. Yea willow killed warren, there was an entire episode that dealt with her inner demon and she was off magic for a while.
As for the mouring? She just finished ending the First Evils attempt on this reality I'm pretty sure she is mouring after that smile. God thats prolly what led her to date the Immortal as mentioned on Angel The scoobs arent dead but they are separated on different continents and all. Its not at all completely happy. The result of makin all potentials into slayers has forced them to spend their time searching for them before they become a whole bunch of Season 3 Faiths'.
Thats my take on it all. Spike had a great closure and story arc on Buffy and Anya as well. I think her death was really well done. ChosenOne September 22, It'd be cool to have Fray thrown in there, probably in very quick glimpses of the future Fray was great stuff, I realllly liked it. That scythe is just too cool, wish it was on Buffy a bit earlier than it was.
However, that we don't see the mourning visibly doesn't mean they aren't in pain.