dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

Kool-Aid Nation and the Reload.....

As you might expect, the sort of person that usually gets a letter posted to Coffee Talk isn't all that discerning. They don't, for instance seem to notice that the new-run artwork is in pretty much the same style as the Declining Years. Either that, or they don't care. This is because they think they're seeing the real past of the Pattersons and are willing to endure the occasional long head, silhouette or five-panel strip that ends in a bad pun. Too bad for them their faith in Lynn is misplaced. Instead of getting a more complete look at the past, what they're getting is an alternate timeline. They, for instance, don't know (or possibly care) that Deanna isn't supposed to move for about another five years or so. Granted, she was an incidental character at the time but she became important later on so her history shouldn't be so lightly distorted just so Lynn can tell an unrealistic and disturbing story. It isn't too hard to see how they'd react to being told that Lynn altered history to suit herself: it's her thig and she can do what she wants with it. They're probably the same sort of people who don't mind that Lucas inserted the scene that had Greedo shoot first in his director's cut.
Tags: coffee talkers, the reload

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