I am a fan of Back to the Future. Its a great story. I love it how "Dock" says, "Great Scotts" I'v even thought about purcahsing a delorean. Would be great if they made a 4rth and it would have to be with Michael J. Fox, and the same Dock, because it wouldn't be the same without them.
ive also thought of purchasing a delorean... but in 1955... its a little hard to come b...
i mean in canada... theyre a little hard to come by
one day however i will own one
AND TELL ME ABOUT THIS FAN FIC
This may not come as a shock to anyone, but the fan-fic that I'm going to write on all three "BTTF" movies are gonna be crossovers (like the "Indy/Carmen" stories).
But before you say, "Oh, my goodness! Here he goes again, putting that Carmen Sandiego chick into another Steven Spielberg movie!", I should let you all know that this crossover doesn't involve Carmen Sandiego.
I'm a fan... I've got some prop replicas, the DVDs, and a collection of model DeLoreans in all shapes... a 1:16 scale BTTF 2, a 1:24 scale of all 3 DeLoreans and a regular DMC-12, a 1:64 HotWheels size BTTF2 DeLorean that I built from a kit, and a MicroMachine size BTTF2 DeLorean, and some more stuff that I won't go into detail about. But that's only my BTTF shelf... the rest of the bedroom is Indy stuff.
Last edited by IndyMcFly : 07-22-2004 at 11:56 AM.
Originally posted by Ben Friend of Indy
Well, I'm gonna "Make like a tree...and get outta here."
"it's make like a tree and leave you idiot" just kiddin. That is my favorite line of of those movies. I am a fan myself.
A little hint guys, if you are really wanting a delorean. Look into a bricklin SV1. it's a 70's car and my dad owned one. There are some great stories to tell but that is for a later date. 1 plus is that the speedometer says 160 .
Okay. I think I've left you guys in the dark long enough.
The fan-fic that I'll be working on for "Back to the Future" will have BTTF crossing over with one of my favorite Nickelodeon shows, "The Fairly Oddparents".
If any of you haven't seen this show, I must recommend that you see it, because it is hilarious! It's about a miserable 10-year-old boy named Timmy Turner, who ends up getting two fairy godparents (Cosmo, a dumb-but-funny fairy godfather, and Wanda, a smart and also funny fairy godmother). Timmy always has Cosmo and Wanda grant him the weirdest wishes, while avoiding the wrath of his wicked babysitter, Vicki, whom his idiotic parents always leave him with.
The idea for this crossover came to me when I was watching one episode where Cosmo and Wanda give Timmy a "Time Scooter" that he uses to travel back in time and prevent his dad from winning a trophy that he accidentally melted with a special "heat vision" power that he wished for. I don't know if it was this episode or another time-traveling episode, but one of them had a homeage to "Back to the Future".
I believe this crossover is a great idea, since both "Back to the Future" and Nickelodeon are involved with Universal Studios (BTW, I've been reading about a new Nicktoon ride there that has replaced The Fantastic World of Hanna-Barbera)!
Not only is the "Fairly Oddparents" involved in with BTTF, but I'm going to have the "Fairly Oddparents" and "Jimmy Neutron" involved in BTTF2 and BTTF3.
I'm not exactly sure when I'm going to start working on this crossover (since I've got college coming up), but I do know that this won't be the only crossover between a Steven Spielberg classic and a Nicktoon.
Originally posted by intergamer WTH???? Back to the Future meets Jimmy Neutron??? Are you on Nickelodean GAK or something?
I just want to point out that these crossovers will be off-the-wall, just like your average Nickelodeon show. They may be unbalanced in several ways, but, hey, that just adds all the fun that'll be put into the story.