Mad Max #1 Comic Book

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Re: Mad Max #1 Comic Book

Postby kravec201 » Wed Jul 15, 2015 4:42 am

Immortan Joecutter wrote:After reading all of your comments I decided to skip the Max comics.
To be honest, I don't like the whole mashup with the old trilogy and the new movie.
For me FURY ROAD works perfect as a standalone film and I have no desire at all
to discover every single aspect of Max' backstory.

Sometimes less is more ...


Fully agree.
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Re: Mad Max #1 Comic Book

Postby Immortan Joecutter » Wed Jul 15, 2015 10:43 am

"You know, connecting Fury Road with the original Trilogy is a mistake.
If you're trying to mix them, you'll go insane."
- Max Rockatansky -
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Re: Mad Max #1 Comic Book

Postby Turbofurball » Wed Jul 15, 2015 1:29 pm

Ha!
Whoever they send here, we're gonna catch 'em, we're gonna cook 'em, and we're gonna eat 'em!
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Re: Mad Max #1 Comic Book

Postby Mad Serge » Wed Jul 15, 2015 3:12 pm

TheGoose and Ol Coyote are absolutely right.

Also, the question isn't whether you like or dislike the canon. We now have the answer : Fury Road isn't, unfortunately, a stand alone. The movie is set after MMBT. Ok, it doesn't make any sense, but it is in Miller's mind. Even if you could find excuses for him he is still responsible for this.
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Re: Mad Max #1 Comic Book

Postby Immortan Joecutter » Wed Jul 15, 2015 4:16 pm

F--k the canon.

In my own 'canon' MMBT doesn't even exist.
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Re: Mad Max #1 Comic Book

Postby Uncle Entity » Wed Jul 15, 2015 4:57 pm

Immortan Joecutter wrote:"You know, connecting Fury Road with the original Trilogy is a mistake.
If you're trying to mix them, you'll go insane."
- Max Rockatansky -


Max II is right.
Mel Gibson's Max to Tom Hardy's Max: "give me my life back, interdimensional counterpart!"
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Re: Mad Max #1 Comic Book

Postby Immortan Joecutter » Wed Jul 15, 2015 11:09 pm

On one hand you have the movies and on the other one the comics
(and the comics - most of us will agree - didn't turned out really well)
Both are different art forms and I am able to seperate them.

As a filmmaker George Miller conceived Fury Road as a standalone film and that's absolutely fine.

And in the end you don't have to eat every 'Schlänger' which is put in front of your nose. :)
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Re: Mad Max #1 Comic Book

Postby Ol' Coyote » Thu Jul 16, 2015 12:42 am

Immortan Joecutter wrote:"You know, connecting Fury Road with the original Trilogy is a mistake.
If you're trying to mix them, you'll go insane."
- Max Rockatansky -


:D

Immortan Joecutter wrote:F--k the canon.

In my own 'canon' MMBT doesn't even exist.


yep, same with me.
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Re: Mad Max #1 Comic Book

Postby roadwarriormfp » Thu Jul 16, 2015 1:03 am

Mad Serge wrote:TheGoose and Ol Coyote are absolutely right.

Also, the question isn't whether you like or dislike the canon. We now have the answer : Fury Road isn't, unfortunately, a stand alone. The movie is set after MMBT. Ok, it doesn't make any sense, but it is in Miller's mind. Even if you could find excuses for him he is still responsible for this.


The movie is a stand alone film in the respect that it has no links to the originals. Miller has said this time and time again in multiple interviews.
(disregard what the comics books are doing).
We are 100% snafu....
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Re: Mad Max #1 Comic Book

Postby DetritusMaximus » Thu Jul 16, 2015 8:43 pm

Really, all the movies are standalone. You do not need to see any of the others to 'get' any of them.
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