t3knomanser: Mister Peejay: In before that inevitable slapfight.Look, both franchises had three good movies and three terrible ones. Now they're both getting rebooted by JJ Abrams. And in a few years, we'll get the thrilling scene where R2D2 fights Khan, and Khan screams out, "I WILL BREAK YOU!" And then Chewie gets all emotional in the face and screams "KHAAAAAAAAAANNNNNNN". And then the Doctor just shakes his head and gets right back into his TARDIS, along with C3P0, who's going to go get gay-married to Kamelion. They'll have a nice little house in Leadworth and a little robot dog that's K9 mk5.
Mister Peejay: starsrift: FTFA: Round 1: Nature vs. Nurture......we now know that the villainous Darth Vader was not always bad. But the greatest villain of "Star Trek," Khan Noonan Singh, was literally born bad-a product of genetic engineering who believed himself superior to lesser men. So, which is the better story?No, you fatuous idiots. If you were truely a fan of both sci-fi's, you would know that Khan was genetically engineered to be a superior human, was smart enough to reason it true based on logical metrics, and was rejected by the planet and society that created him.Conclusion: Khan was a Reaver.
No Such Agency: t3knomanser:And then the Doctor just shakes his head and gets right back into his TARDISAlso a wise response to where this thread is probably going./Kamelion? You must be old school, and a wizard.
Mister Peejay: In before that inevitable slapfight.
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