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TCITW Bullhead Phantom, Ponified. by Rock-Raider
TCITW Bullhead Phantom, Ponified.
Why yes, I have ponified yet another monster from The Cabin In The Woods.  I feel I should ponify the whole cast of the movie, really.  So, expect to see ponified versions of the victims and Wendy and Truman when I get that far.  For now, here's The Bullhead Phantom.

Here are the pictures I used for reference.
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Well, anyway, hope you like it.:D  Be sure to comment (seriously, do).  God Bless.
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This is an E-mail I sent to Ken Penders that I sent alongside my first batch of letters to Archie and Sega.  When I mentioned to him that his website was down, he thanked me for bringing it to his attention, and said he would respond to my letter as soon as he could.  He still hasn't responded.  I guess I felt I should share with you what I said to him regarding his Lara-Su Chronicles.  Why?  Well, I don't really know.  Guess I saw people sharing their letters to Archie, Sega, and their words to Ken Penders, and felt compelled to join in on it.  Well, regardless, here is what I said to Ken Penders.
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Hello, Mr. Penders.

I'm typing this because there are some things I think that you need to be aware of.  These things all pertain to your Lara-Su Chronicles.  I imagine some of this may all be stuff you've heard before, and stuff you may not wish to hear.  However, it all bears repeating, and it may just be the things you need to hear.

As you are aware, the return of the characters you created for the Archie Sonic The Hedgehog comic to your ownership has resulted in a reboot of the Archie Sonic comic, which has seen your characters completely removed from it, and the plot lines that current writer, Ian Flynn, was working on halted mid-production.  This event has proven very controversial, with many fans angered by this development.

I know that is old news to you, and you are firm in your statement that Archie has full permission from you for the continued use of your characters.  However, I'm sure even you know that, after a massive, ugly legal problem like the one you, them, and Sega have been in, they aren't likely to do so anytime soon.  I imagine you're also aware that Sega renegotiated their contract and put forth a whole series of mandates that Archie now has to adhere to in order to be able to keep the Sonic The Hedgehog license, meaning that Archie can't agree to your terms anyway without putting themselves at risk of more legal ugliness (as was discussed in a previous E-Mail I sent you.

What I think you should be concerned about right now, though, is how this has effected your relationship with the fans.  Several fans of the Archie Sonic Comic place the blame squarely on you, regardless of whether or not you deserve it.  They blame you because you decided to file a lawsuit against Sega, EA, and Bioware for copyright infringement you say was committed in their game "Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood", in which you said that that game's Dark Brotherhood, and the character Shade The Echidna, were rip-offs of your Dark Legion and Julie-Su respectively.  The problem fans have with this claim is that they believe that any relation between The Dark Brotherhood and The Dark Legion, and Shade The Echidna and Julie-Su, if any, is miniscule at best, to the point that a lawsuit seemed unnecessary.  If you really wish to convince people that The Dark Brotherhood and Shade The Echidna were rip-offs of your Dark Legion and Julie-Su, it would help if you gave an in-depth explanation of all the ways that this is so, going over every detail that lead you to come to this conclusion.  I say this because as it stands now, as far as fans are concerned (especially with the way you've been responding to comments made about it), you're reason for why this claim is so basically sums up to "they're rip-offs because I said so", which I hope you realize carries very little weight behind it.

As for why I feel you should be more concerned about this, well, because it could effect the sales of The Lara-Su Chronicles.  Ever since this whole thing went down, between the reboot and you beginning production of The Lara-Su Chronicles, the fans' opinion of you has soured greatly.  From what I was able to gather, these are some things that the fans think of you, with images provided as examples of what I'm talking about.  Please note that these do not reflect my opinion of you.  These are simply conclusions I've come to based on what some fans believe of you.

1.They think you're dumb, crazy, deluded, two of the above, or all of the above, for thinking there was enough of a similarity between your Dark Legion and Julie-Su, and Sonic Chronicles' Dark Brotherhood and Shade The Echidna, to merit a lawsuit from you.
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2.They think you're a hypocrite for attempting to sue Sega, EA, and Bioware over what many fans think was a miniscule (at best) similarity between your Dark Legion and Julie-Su, and Sonic Chronicles' Dark Brotherhood and Shade The Echidna, while at the same time ripping off wholesale imagery and themes from Star Trek/Wars.
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3.They think you're arrogant to the point of self-delusion because of how sure you are that The Lara-Su Chronicles is going to be this big hit, when all we really have to go on for that is your word.  And they're quick to point out the fact that much of your previous work not related to the Archie Sonic Comic (The Lost Ones and Republic) hasn't really gone anywhere.
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What does this all mean for The Lara-Su Chronicles?  I'm afraid that's quite simple.  Ken Penders, the fans are mad at you.  They want The Lara-Su Chronicles to fail.  In fact, they want it to fail so badly that you end up selling all your characters back to Archie just to recoup your losses.  I know that's not something you want to hear, but with the way you've been handling the anger (which, from what I can tell, can be boiled down to smug dismissal), it's likely you may be hurting yourself and The Lara-Su Chronicles.  It may also be a mistake to make one of your intended audiences for The Lara-Su Chronicles be Archie Sonic fans, as after everything that happened that has lead to you being allowed to make The Lara-Su Chronicles, they are the people who will want it to fail the most.

Even then, another issue people have with The Lara-Su Chronicles is that people think you are setting yourself up for a lawsuit from Sega.  You claim that the designs of the characters were what you were going for from the beginning.  The thing, however, is that, as far as the fans are concerned, your redesigns of the characters still look enough like their Archie Sonic renditions that Sega could conceivably sue you for copyright infringement.  To prove my point, here is an image that people say is proof of that.
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Mr. Penders, I am writing this letter because this is a matter you need to take more seriously than you have been.  As it currently stands, the anger being directed at you has the potential to jeopardize The Lara-Su Chronicles' chances of selling, something that I doubt you, as a writer, would want of it.  If you care at all about The Lara-Su Chronicles selling, you have to do something about all that.  The way you've been going about it before has not helped at all.

That's all I think I can say about this.  Thank you for taking the time to read this letter.  I hope you give what you have read serious consideration.

Sincerely
James Porter
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I thought I'd share with you another example from my letters.  This time, it's one of my letters to Sega.
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James Porter

(for security reasons, this part had been removed)

porterjamesh@gmail.com


Saturday, September 20th, 2014

Naoya Tsurumi

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Dear, Tsurumi-sama

I am typing this in regards to the changes your company imposed upon the Archie Comics adaptation of your intellectual property, Sonic The Hedgehog. As I am certain you are well aware, due to a still fairly-recent legal mess involving one of Archie Comics' former writers, one Mr. Ken Penders, you have renegotiated your contract with Archie Comics, imposing a series of mandates for the direction you wish to have the comic go in from now on, which has resulted in a reboot of the comic, which has seen a series of characters removed from it. This has seen not only characters created by Ken Penders removed from the comic, but also characters created by other former writers, including Karl Bollers and Michael Gallagher.

 

Let me first say that it is fully understandable why you would do this. One obvious reason is that you saw it as an opportunity to make the comic more like what you had intended Sonic The Hedgehog to be. Another reason is that you entrusted Archie Comics with the license to an intellectual property you had a lot of stake in back then, and as such, you trusted they would make sure that everything was in order to be able to make the comic. As a result, when it came to light Archie either never got one of their writers to sign a Work For Hire contract, or lost his Work For Hire contract in a warehouse fire, you were understandably angry that Archie would create a scenario in which one of their former writers was within his right to sue you for copyright infringement, and possibly win.

 

However, I would also like to think you are aware of the ramifications this decision has had. As a result of the reboot, several fans of the comic, fans who have followed the comic since it first began publication, have become very upset that several characters that they have become very attached to have been removed from the comic, and may never be allowed to make any future appearances in it. I know you cannot, and have no desire to, allow any characters created by Ken Penders to appear in the comic again, but I must also ask if this would extend to other former writers of the comic, even if Archie were able to locate their Work For Hire contracts.

 

That brings me to what I would like to ask of you. I would like to ask that, in the event Archie Comics were able to locate the Work For Hire Contracts of any of their former writers, or any other paper pertaining to ownership of a former writer's characters, and present them to you, that you acknowledge that this means that Archie can legally use said characters in the comic, and grant them permission to do so. I would highly recommend doing this, as I believe this could help to alleviate some of the anger from the fans.

Now, let me say that I am fully aware that this does not sound like a very desirable prospect to you. After a massive legal mess like the one you were in with Ken Penders and Archie Comics, doing anything that might run the risk of any further legal recourse from any other former writers does now sound at all like something that would appeal to you in any way. These are understandable feelings to have, and you are not faulted for having them. However, I would also advise against letting the matter with Archie Comics rest as it is. The anger from the fans has persisted for about a year now, and it is likely to continue for as long as characters they have grown attached to from the old continuity are barred from being allowed to appear in the comic. It would be wise to allow Archie to at least try to see if they have any of their other former writers' Work For Hire contracts.

 

Tsurumi-san, I would highly advise that you take what I have said into consideration. This anger is not likely to go away as quickly, or as easily, as you would like. I would imagine you are quite familiar with anger from whining Sonic fans, but I would like for you to not simply tune it out this time. These fans are mad because they are passionate about a story they have become attached to, and they will not simply let that incarnation of Sonic The Hedgehog be changed so drastically, to the point that it's not the incarnation they prefer. I am aware you are not interested in restoring it to what it was, but it may help to at least let Archie see what they can and can't use from the old continuity, for the fans' sake.

 

That is what I have to say on this subject. Thank you for taking the time to read this letter. I hope you take what I have said into consideration.

 

Sincerely


 

James Porter

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I thought I would share with you one of my letters.  I guess I wanted to give you an idea of what I hope your attitude towards Archie Comics is.
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James Porter

(for security reasons, this part has been removed)

porterjamesh@gmail.com


Saturday, September 20th, 2014

Michael Pellerito

Archie Comics

(for security reasons, this part has been removed)

Dear, Mr. Pellerito

I am writing about the changes made to the Sonic The Hedgehog comic your company owns the licensing rights to. As I know you are aware, following a still fairly recent legal mess involving one of your former writers, Mr. Ken Penders, you had your contract with Sega rewritten, and a new series of mandates put in place for the comic, resulting in a reboot of the comic that saw the old continuity, and the story lines and much of the characters therein, completely removed. Characters removed from the comic include not only every character created by Ken Penders, but also characters created by other former writers such as Karl Bollers and Mike Gallagher.

 

I will begin by saying that I understand the reason why you did this. After all the legal problems visited on you by Ken Penders, you decided to play it safe and remove as many characters from the comic as you could, so as not to have more lawsuits visited on you by other former writers. However, this action may have been somewhat premature on your part. Do you know for a fact whether or not you are allowed to use characters created by Karl Bollers and Mike Gallagher? I know you can't use characters created by your writers with ties to characters and elements created by Ken Penders, but what of characters that don't? Would you be able to convince Sega that you can still use them?

 

I recommend that you send someone to go through all of your files and start looking for any/all Work For Hire contracts and other pieces of paperwork needed that says you can legally use characters created by other former writers. If you find any, present them to Sega, and see if you can convince them to let you can use the characters in the comic. I recommend doing this because if you do, it could help you to smooth things over with all the fans who were angered by the reboot.

 

Now, let me say that I am aware that this does not sound like something you would be interested in doing at this time. I would imagine that after a massive legal mess like the one you found yourselves in with Ken Penders and Sega, you would more than likely be more comfortable to let the matter rest as it currently is. However, I would advise against this. With all that has happened with the comic, many fans of the comic as it was before the reboot are not pleased. The previous continuity contained many characters that had managed to endear themselves to your readers over the 22+ years they have been in it, and said readers will not be willing to let it all go so easily.

Mr. Pellerito, I hope you have given what I have said some consideration. It would do you well to try and smooth over the anger from the fans as much as you can. I know you wouldn't want to risk more legal recourse from Sega, or even from former writers, but leaving the comic as it is now will only cause the anger from the fans to continue. I hope you consider doing this, as trying to placate at least some of this anger could help you out.

 

That is what I have to say to you on this matter. Thank you for taking the time to read this letter. I hope you have given what I have said some consideration.

 

Sincerely


 

James Porter

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With the second batch of letters sent, it's time to start on the third batch of letters to send to Archie and Sega.  Well, a while ago, I had an idea on what to say to Archie and Sega in the third batch of letters.

As you all well know, in response to the legal ugliness Archie got themselves and Sega into with Ken Penders, Sega renegotiated their contract with Archie, including a new batch of mandates that Archie has to adhere to to be able to continue publishing the Sonic The Hedgehog Comic.  Thanks to a non-disclosure agreement, not all of the mandates are publicly known.  However, here are the mandates that ARE known.

1.Sega no longer has to publish the Sonic The Hedgehog Comics exclusively through Archie.

2.The Sonic The Hedgehog Comic must follow the plot of the games more closely.

3.The Sega characters are no longer allowed to be in relationships.

4.The Sega characters are no longer allowed to have relatives.

5.The Sega characters are no longer allowed to be sad.

6.Sonic's World is no longer allowed to be called Mobius.

7.The Sega characters are no longer allowed to age, or have any growth or character development.

8.There can only be one Metal  Sonic.

9.The only characters allowed in the comic are characters from the games, cartoons, and ones created by current head writer, Ian Flynn.

Now, regardless of how you may feel about the current state of the comic, don't you think some of these mandates are a bit much?  Sure, Sega wants to exert more control over the direction of the comic, but some of these mandates might be going a bit too far.  For the next batch of letters, I was thinking asking them if it would be possible to lift at LEAST one mandate.

Let's be realistic, asking Sega to lift all the mandates is going too far.  They're not going to lift all their mandates against the comic at once.  However, perhaps they can be appealed to lift at least one mandate.  Small victories and all that.

The mandate I would like to get them to lift for now is that one about the Sega characters not being allowed to have growth or character development.  Sure, they want Sonic to stay the way he is in the games so the comic can stay more consistent with the games, but that mandate could come back to bite them harder than they realize.  I think I know how it might.

You all remember Sonic Lost World, right?  I haven't played it myself, but it is on my wishlist (though I am hesitant about playing any more Sonic games because I think doing so might remind me of the reboot and upset me again).  Anyway, from what I know, the plot of the game is that Sonic spots Eggman controlling The Deadly Six.  Sonic destroys the conch shell Eggman was using to control them, but then comes to realize that, without the conch shell, The Deadly Six can't be controlled, and thus they go on a rampage.  Sonic, realizes he just made things worse, and teams up with Eggman to fix his mistake.  Over the course of the game, Sonic starts losing his friends one by one (that's about as far as I read on TVTropes, I don't want to spoil the game any further).

So, let me reiterate.  Sonic The Hedgehog has just realized that, by foiling Eggman's plot, he has just made the situation worse, and now has to fix his problem.  He loses friends along the way.  You know what those sound like?  Growth and character development.  You know, some of the very things that the Sega characters can't have anymore.  This might prove to be a problem if Sega wants Archie to do an arc in the comic based on Sonic Lost World. Sure, the arguement could be made that they could just not have Archie do an arc based on that game, but since Sega wants the comic as nothing more than an ad for their games, that might mean if they really want to have an arc based on that game, they will have to do something about that particular mandate.

Once more, for those who need to know who to send the letters to, here is a list of names, and a list of addresses to send said names to.

Victor Gorelick
Michael Pellerito
Paul Kaminski
Archie Comics
325 Fayette Ave.
Mamaroneck, NY
10543-2318
USA

John Cheng
Sega Of America
350 Rhode Island St.
Suite 400
San Francisco, CA
94103
USA

Hajime Satomi
Sega Of Japan
Canal Side Building
1-39-9, Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku
Tokyo, 140-8583
Japan

Also, I thought of adding a name to that list.

Naoya Tsurumi (COO (Chief Operating Officer) of Sega of Japan)

Once more, I can't guarantee that this idea will work.  Sega likely has the comic the way they want it now.  They will not likely be willing to lift the mandates very easily.  However, maybe if they're shown how the mandates could effect what they want out of the comic as much as it effects Archie and the comic's fans, they would be more willing to reconsider a couple of the mandates they have against the comic.

I am also aware that there are fans who like the continuity the way it is right now, and that restoring the old continuity will likely turn them off it.  Once more, I would be willing to let some things from the new continuity be integrated into the old continuity.   I recognize that they have found their fanbase.

Once again, if you are passionate about the old continuity, if you want to see what more stories it can still tell, if you want proper closure to the stories it was telling before, then please join me in this.  If you wish to join me, then please start typing in your letters.  I hope to have them send on the 20th of November.

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This is an E-mail I sent to Ken Penders that I sent alongside my first batch of letters to Archie and Sega.  When I mentioned to him that his website was down, he thanked me for bringing it to his attention, and said he would respond to my letter as soon as he could.  He still hasn't responded.  I guess I felt I should share with you what I said to him regarding his Lara-Su Chronicles.  Why?  Well, I don't really know.  Guess I saw people sharing their letters to Archie, Sega, and their words to Ken Penders, and felt compelled to join in on it.  Well, regardless, here is what I said to Ken Penders.
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Hello, Mr. Penders.

I'm typing this because there are some things I think that you need to be aware of.  These things all pertain to your Lara-Su Chronicles.  I imagine some of this may all be stuff you've heard before, and stuff you may not wish to hear.  However, it all bears repeating, and it may just be the things you need to hear.

As you are aware, the return of the characters you created for the Archie Sonic The Hedgehog comic to your ownership has resulted in a reboot of the Archie Sonic comic, which has seen your characters completely removed from it, and the plot lines that current writer, Ian Flynn, was working on halted mid-production.  This event has proven very controversial, with many fans angered by this development.

I know that is old news to you, and you are firm in your statement that Archie has full permission from you for the continued use of your characters.  However, I'm sure even you know that, after a massive, ugly legal problem like the one you, them, and Sega have been in, they aren't likely to do so anytime soon.  I imagine you're also aware that Sega renegotiated their contract and put forth a whole series of mandates that Archie now has to adhere to in order to be able to keep the Sonic The Hedgehog license, meaning that Archie can't agree to your terms anyway without putting themselves at risk of more legal ugliness (as was discussed in a previous E-Mail I sent you.

What I think you should be concerned about right now, though, is how this has effected your relationship with the fans.  Several fans of the Archie Sonic Comic place the blame squarely on you, regardless of whether or not you deserve it.  They blame you because you decided to file a lawsuit against Sega, EA, and Bioware for copyright infringement you say was committed in their game "Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood", in which you said that that game's Dark Brotherhood, and the character Shade The Echidna, were rip-offs of your Dark Legion and Julie-Su respectively.  The problem fans have with this claim is that they believe that any relation between The Dark Brotherhood and The Dark Legion, and Shade The Echidna and Julie-Su, if any, is miniscule at best, to the point that a lawsuit seemed unnecessary.  If you really wish to convince people that The Dark Brotherhood and Shade The Echidna were rip-offs of your Dark Legion and Julie-Su, it would help if you gave an in-depth explanation of all the ways that this is so, going over every detail that lead you to come to this conclusion.  I say this because as it stands now, as far as fans are concerned (especially with the way you've been responding to comments made about it), you're reason for why this claim is so basically sums up to "they're rip-offs because I said so", which I hope you realize carries very little weight behind it.

As for why I feel you should be more concerned about this, well, because it could effect the sales of The Lara-Su Chronicles.  Ever since this whole thing went down, between the reboot and you beginning production of The Lara-Su Chronicles, the fans' opinion of you has soured greatly.  From what I was able to gather, these are some things that the fans think of you, with images provided as examples of what I'm talking about.  Please note that these do not reflect my opinion of you.  These are simply conclusions I've come to based on what some fans believe of you.

1.They think you're dumb, crazy, deluded, two of the above, or all of the above, for thinking there was enough of a similarity between your Dark Legion and Julie-Su, and Sonic Chronicles' Dark Brotherhood and Shade The Echidna, to merit a lawsuit from you.
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2.They think you're a hypocrite for attempting to sue Sega, EA, and Bioware over what many fans think was a miniscule (at best) similarity between your Dark Legion and Julie-Su, and Sonic Chronicles' Dark Brotherhood and Shade The Echidna, while at the same time ripping off wholesale imagery and themes from Star Trek/Wars.
fc06.deviantart.net/fs70/f/201…

3.They think you're arrogant to the point of self-delusion because of how sure you are that The Lara-Su Chronicles is going to be this big hit, when all we really have to go on for that is your word.  And they're quick to point out the fact that much of your previous work not related to the Archie Sonic Comic (The Lost Ones and Republic) hasn't really gone anywhere.
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What does this all mean for The Lara-Su Chronicles?  I'm afraid that's quite simple.  Ken Penders, the fans are mad at you.  They want The Lara-Su Chronicles to fail.  In fact, they want it to fail so badly that you end up selling all your characters back to Archie just to recoup your losses.  I know that's not something you want to hear, but with the way you've been handling the anger (which, from what I can tell, can be boiled down to smug dismissal), it's likely you may be hurting yourself and The Lara-Su Chronicles.  It may also be a mistake to make one of your intended audiences for The Lara-Su Chronicles be Archie Sonic fans, as after everything that happened that has lead to you being allowed to make The Lara-Su Chronicles, they are the people who will want it to fail the most.

Even then, another issue people have with The Lara-Su Chronicles is that people think you are setting yourself up for a lawsuit from Sega.  You claim that the designs of the characters were what you were going for from the beginning.  The thing, however, is that, as far as the fans are concerned, your redesigns of the characters still look enough like their Archie Sonic renditions that Sega could conceivably sue you for copyright infringement.  To prove my point, here is an image that people say is proof of that.
edgefox88.deviantart.com/art/N…

Mr. Penders, I am writing this letter because this is a matter you need to take more seriously than you have been.  As it currently stands, the anger being directed at you has the potential to jeopardize The Lara-Su Chronicles' chances of selling, something that I doubt you, as a writer, would want of it.  If you care at all about The Lara-Su Chronicles selling, you have to do something about all that.  The way you've been going about it before has not helped at all.

That's all I think I can say about this.  Thank you for taking the time to read this letter.  I hope you give what you have read serious consideration.

Sincerely
James Porter
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