I rememeber the Sharry Bobbins - very, very funny!
It's one of my favorites.
That was cute, well-done I thought. I agreed with (almost) everything except for the "heroic nephew" thing. (spare me )That reminds me of Dave Pruiksma's little parabel story The Emperor's New Greed
RANT ALERT: Yeah, poor misunderstood Roy. (NOT) Where was the "nephew" when all those artists were getting fired? Did the makers of "Dream On Silly Dreamer?" ever ask themselves that when they were busy making nice with Roy at the premiere?
And you KNOW that Roy had James Stewart in his pocket--OF COURSE Roy was the hero of his book--did you see how many plugs SavDisney.com gave "DisneyWar"?
Both Roy and Stan lie in that book and say they had nothing to do with Katzenberg getting fired. (Yeah, right.) No, Michael never asked THEM about making Jeffrey president.
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Well, perhaps you have a point. Hades was just so focused on killing Hercules he didn't even realize that he'd never been killed until EIGHTEEN YEARS LATER! (If you go according to the movie)Now, now, Eris didn't need a reason for what she was doing. She's a goddess of chaos for crying out loud. She was just doing her job, you might say.
Besides, Eris starts the Trojan War. Hades would never be able to do that, now would he?
I'm not exactly sure how Eris started the Trojan War. Could you recap that for me? There were awesome references to the Odyssey in that film, however, like the sirens.