Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Best Terra Nova review yet!

This art by our own Trish pretty much summarizes my views and expectations of Terra Nova (and specifically the "talents" of long time TV writer/producer Brannon Braga) perfectly...

You'll excuse me for a moment, I think I just peed my pants (in fear or laughter though?!?)

8 comments:

SadistikKnight said...

I lol'd every time "tail-blade" kept being reinforced on every one of these. Those "Slashers" on the show were an evolutionary mishap in my opinion....

Trish said...

I'm so proud I could tear up a tank with my tail blade! (It's pretty obvious at what moment the show lost me for good isn't it?) Thanks everyone!

Glendon Mellow said...

These are awesome!

Anonymous said...

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Alessio said...

As i suspected, "Terra Nova" sucks; previous Spielberg tv series weren't that great either, plus when you have such BAD made-up dinos (those "slashers"... Man, at least create something more believable or at least, ehr, not so goofy!) you're basically bound to fail.

Oh well, there's still JP as true dino-entertainment to, well, to entertain me!

I know, i know, it's almost 20 years old and his raptors (among other things) are no more accurate by today standards but hey, it's still WAY MORE kickass than many other "dino-shows" that came out after!

Peter Bond said...

I love this, this is so awesome! I want a pet Chainsawraptor so bad!

Henrique Niza said...

I was expecting to hate the Slashers since their premise was quite ridiculous, but I have found myself actually liking these fictional tyrannosauroid.

Tommy Leung said...

I think they are showing Terra Nova on Australian television - at least I think they are because I heard my colleagues talking about it (none of that talk was positive). Incidentally I found about this "dinosaur"-based comedy series from an ad on Youtube (one of those which runs before let you see the video you are actually after). Fortunately, it had one of those "skip this ad" button - needless to say, they lost me already within 3 seconds when I thought "Ah, it's going to be one of *those* shows."

Incidentally any animal with a name like "Murderface" is definitely made out of WIN.