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Hey, I noticed that there wasn't a good forum for the DCAU continuity. This being the best one and it's not a very good forum to tell the truth.
I made a forum, and I was wondering if you guys wanted to partner up, it's not done yet, and I could use help. I'd be willing to kind of slink into the background and let you guys run with this site, if you want, but yea, join the site and send me a PM and let's work this out, I'm going to advertise on all the IMDBs and try to get the community all onto this site. http://dcanimateduniverse.proboards.com/index.cgi
I also need a header and footer and someone to gussy this site up.
--Thumper17 19:37, January 13, 2011 (UTC)
- I don't think we quite have enough frequent contributors to do a forum. Besides, toonzone, comicvine and a lot of other sites already have boards dedicated to DC animation. It's just not a priority for us here. -- Tupka217 20:03, January 13, 2011 (UTC)
Yea, all it is is just adding a link or something to my site here and I'll add your partnership tag to my site. I'm not asking you to do anything, but I'm willing to let you do what you want. I'll eve add a DCAU Wikia board that only your staff can access if you want.
--Thumper17 20:34, January 13, 2011 (UTC)
- I personally do not see the use. The DCAU is pretty much a closed chapter, we're here to chronicle it. I don't think expanding the small forum we have now is necessary. And, to be fair, I don't think a forum especially for the DCAU has much life potential.-- Tupka217 20:46, January 13, 2011 (UTC)
I just checked out both comicvine and toonzone, Toonzone had the kind of forum I'm looking for. Comic Vine didn't.
What do you have to lose by getting a decent forum? You might get a better community out of it, and because the ToonZone forum isn't exactly easy to find. (Believe me, I spent a long time looking for a forum like it) People are far more likely to join mine. Since I actually posted links in places that the DCAU fans would manage to find them.
--Thumper17 21:19, January 13, 2011 (UTC)