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 Post subject: A whole new leve of stupid
PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 1:12 am 
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Stupid Mario Brothers May be comming to an end but that doesnt mean we shoudn't see mario and friends anymore. I think that a whole new series should be started.


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 Post subject: Re: A whole new leve of stupid
PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 3:05 am 
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Not happening. Rich confirmed he's not making any more series for youtube. There will be Mario skits, but he's sticking with comedy.

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 Post subject: Re: A whole new leve of stupid
PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 12:24 pm 
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If a new "series" arises, it won't be done by Richalvarez, as to THO's post. As much as the fans demand it, he's just not got the ability to work on something as big as StMBros anymore (Think about how long each episode takes, let alone the fact he's been losing people often and having to replace actors as time's gone on in the series ANYWAY. They just want to do simpler, more entertaining stuff now, not just the same sort of drama they've been doing for years now. I'm sure even the strong Richalvarez fan [like myself] wants to see something new from them). It sucks, sure, but it's the unfortunate element of real life kicking in now that's sort of bringing the series to an end.

Now, again, the channel won't die and (like they revealed) they'll be doing sweet stuff like "Water Wars 2". I'm fine with this sort of stuff and I know Richie's got some talent in making sketches and other such things. If there's going to be a reboot of the series that's going to get the official stamp of approval, it'll have to be someone else doing it in Richalvarez's name and, honestly, that wouldn't be the same to the fans and would probably die out very quickly because of that. Could it be done? Sure, but no, and it's fine with this series coming to an end finally.

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 Post subject: Re: A whole new leve of stupid
PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 6:47 pm 
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Well, I didn't want to say anything until it was official whether or not we're doing it, but I have talked to Richie about a possible StMB: Season 6. It would, for the most part, be done by me, with some script writing by both me and him, and instead of live action, seeing as he won't want to do that, it would be in the form of a motion comic. He said the idea was cool, but he's said neither yes nor no, reason being Ep. 75 hasn't come out yet, and because of how it ends the series, he says it'll be hard to continue off from that. I'm not going to give up, though! If I pitch some more ideas to him, or show him my skills in motion comic animation (once I get some, lol), he just may consider letting me continue the series. Hopefully he does! :)

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 Post subject: Re: A whole new leve of stupid
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Well, I didn't want to say anything until it was official whether or not we're doing it, but I have talked to Richie about a possible StMB: Season 6. It would, for the most part, be done by me, with some script writing by both me and him, and instead of live action, seeing as he won't want to do that, it would be in the form of a motion comic. He said the idea was cool, but he's said neither yes nor no, reason being Ep. 75 hasn't come out yet, and because of how it ends the series, he says it'll be hard to continue off from that. I'm not going to give up, though! If I pitch some more ideas to him, or show him my skills in motion comic animation (once I get some, lol), he just may consider letting me continue the series. Hopefully he does! :)

You know, you could pull an "Alternate Universe" variation of Stupid Mario Brothers, in that the story/plot is only loosely based around the original story. It would allow the series to revolve generally around the same idea, but give ways to new ideas and other such things that come at the liberty of doing an "inspired re-imagining". It would also allow you to begin where the series originall began, if you chose to, and go back up through the general chain of events, then possibly past and into completely original territory. Just saying.

Beyond that, the idea of a motion comic sounds cool, but may not appeal to the fans as much as the live action series. You'd need some sick story telling skills, artwork, and (especially) voice acting and sound/music to be able to change that. I'm thinking it would be a little too much to go for, in that you'd have to top the original to have any chance of success. Especially without having these videos released via Richie's channel.

Honestly, I'm thinking people should just give the series a chance to rest before jumping on the idea of beginning their own up-taking or re-beginning of it RIGHT after it finishes, but that's only me. :\

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 Post subject: Re: A whole new leve of stupid
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LordGavin wrote:
Honestly, I'm thinking people should just give the series a chance to rest before jumping on the idea of beginning their own up-taking or re-beginning of it RIGHT after it finishes, but that's only me. :\


I, 100% agree. In fact I don't think there should be a follow up to it at all. I like it when things end and people don't try a milk everything they possibly can out of a series until it is complete garbage (See 'Pirates of the Caribbean' and 'Twilight'). Please, just let SMB end at its height (like 'Calvin and Hobbes' and 'Lost'). Rarely does a follow up or spin off succeed --> The only instance I can think of is the 'Cheers' spin-off 'Frasier' (which is one of my favorite shows).


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 Post subject: Re: A whole new leve of stupid
PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:35 pm 
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Seriously, I'm glad / sad to see it end.

I mean, don't get me wrong, I'm going to miss the series, but it's nice that Richie is ending it before you know, the entire cast is gone/off to jobs, colleges, moving, etc. It's a smart move

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 Post subject: Re: A whole new leve of stupid
PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:41 pm 
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I totally get you, LordGavin. I'm not gonna just rush to start this next series right after Ep. 75 goes online, I'm gonna give it some time. I contacted Richie so I could pitch the idea to him, and to see if he'd give me just a tad bit of help with the writing, if he can. I really like the "alternate universe" idea. I may implement it in somehow. I personally wanted to show what new challenges the heroes tackle after the events of Ep. 75 (but even that premise may change, it's up to how the final ep. ends the series); I can't exactly describe it at the moment, but it's kind of like what the characters are doing after they've saved the world from Ganon, and how new threats are coming into their home worlds (if they all return to their worlds in Ep. 75; again, don't know how it's ending). I'm sorry if this sounds confusing, it's just kinda hard to describe right now. I'm gonna get off the forum to collect my thoughts and try later on to provide a better explanation lol. :P

As for the artwork, I'm pretty skilled at drawing. I wanna take on the task of drawing Richie and them free-hand on paper first before animating them on some software, and as for the voices, well... I had some ideas. :)

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 Post subject: Re: A whole new leve of stupid
PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 11:27 am 
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LordGavin wrote:
Honestly, I'm thinking people should just give the series a chance to rest before jumping on the idea of beginning their own up-taking or re-beginning of it RIGHT after it finishes, but that's only me. :\


I, 100% agree. In fact I don't think there should be a follow up to it at all. I like it when things end and people don't try a milk everything they possibly can out of a series until it is complete garbage (See 'Pirates of the Caribbean' and 'Twilight'). Please, just let SMB end at its height (like 'Calvin and Hobbes' and 'Lost'). Rarely does a follow up or spin off succeed --> The only instance I can think of is the 'Cheers' spin-off 'Frasier' (which is one of my favorite shows).

These are poor arguments. Pirates of the Caribbean never became complete garbage and Twilight was intended to be a series from the beginning. Lost did not end at it's height, most people I've talked to hate how it ended and how long it was dragged on. Frasier proved how successful a spin-off show can be.

I think 4Episode 75 is a good place to end the immediate series and it is very difficult to do a series on YouTube. I would know, I'm trying to do 2. There comes a point when the fans become insatiable and no amount of new material can satisfy them. Plus Richie has added like another 30 minutes of material to this episode to wrap it up properly. There should be no Operation: Blindstorm device to be exploited for more episodes. The ending should be seamless. Granted, Richie has expressed interest in spin-off shorts with characters such as UPS and FedEx or Zubashi and Gangles.

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 Post subject: Re: A whole new leve of stupid
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AdminAdam: I should have clarified on 'Twilight' that the studio is planning on doing more sequels outside the original series, which is what I was referring to. As for 'Lost' and 'Pirates'; For me, Pirates definitely got worse as they went along, but that is for sure more opinionated on my end SO! how about this instead --> The spin-off to 'Friends', 'Joey' would be a better example than Pirates of how milking a series/spin-offs fail. And, yea, ok, Lost may not have been at its height, but it's also a poor argument on your end to say that everyone hated it, I loved how 'Lost' ended (again, that's my opinion). Their height was probably when the episode from which my picture was taken, aired. The point I was trying to go with Lost is that they refuse to make new material for fans no matter how much they demand it. As for Frasier, I don't see how that's a poor argument, I was stating that that is one of the few instances in which spin-offs have succeeded. As Jerry Seinfeld stated "When you hit your high note, just walk off" or something along those lines. Anyways, I'm rambling, but the bottom line is leave SMB alone once it is completed. A non-canon UPS/FedEx interactive adventure would be fun, but an entire series revolving around them probably wouldn't be very good. I apologize for my previous post for not being very clear on what I was trying to say.


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 Post subject: Re: A whole new leve of stupid
PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 2:00 pm 
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I don't think this'll happen, neither would I want it to. Not that I don't like StMB, but I'd rather have it stop now than have it go on, and slowly bleed to death. You know.

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 Post subject: Re: A whole new leve of stupid
PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2012 6:30 am 
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Either way, episode 75 is gonna rock!

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