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Of the star treks, I think I enjoyed ds9 the most. But then again, I do like my starship captains with extra cynical on top.
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gronank wrote:Of the star treks, I think I enjoyed ds9 the most. But then again, I do like my starship captains with extra cynical on top.
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Firefly at number 11? List loses all credibility, no longer worth reading. No Buck Rodgers, no Aeon Flux, Incredible Hulk... I think they nixed all the cartoons.
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Rainswept wrote:No Buck Rodgers, no Aeon Flux, Incredible Hulk... I think they nixed all the cartoons.
Well there were several anime titles but you're right, no western cartoons.
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