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And yet another reason NOT to see Avatar

February 1st, 2010 Posted in crappy art, Libtards

Seems he ripped the whole thing off – what a F***ing shocker. Not!

Only someone who came into existence three seconds ago could deny the twin influences of Halo: Combat Evolved and Ferngully: The Last Rainforest on James Cameron’s xenobestial masterpiece Avatar. But could Cameron’s inspirations lie deeper? It’s a classic tale – boy goes to a lush planet with toxic atmosphere, floating rocks and dragons, going native with the blue skinned natives, resisting marauding colonialists and rallying the nature god of the planet to go forth and destroy. Unfortunately, it was the plot to Firekind, a comic book series published in British sci-fi anthology 2000ad (home to Judge Dredd) in 1993.

Cameron is used to having to pay out cash for stealing ideas, hopefully this time the payout will be so big that it will be a nice kick in the nads for him.

h/t Big Hollywood

2 Responses to “And yet another reason NOT to see Avatar”

  1. ailuromaniac Says:

    I bet I know how to really wind you up over this one.

    He is planning a sequel!


  2. Instinct Says:

    I know. Fucking shame


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