Well, I'm not sure if this is appropriate for the first post in the ATHF Discussion boards, but I wasn't sure if I was allowed to talk about an actual episode, rather than a page, so I'm making a post in the grey area. Death Fighter has been taunting me for over a year now. (When I was younger, I lost my priveledges to watch the show, because Aqua Teen Hunger Force is a bit too adulterated for younger viewers, and I eventually forgot about it until ASYKW was announced.) The movie's respective page has been edited several times due to the film not being released. I remember it once saying "...was aimed for a Summer 2011 release, but is now aimed for a summer 2012 release," which I now see as pure speculation.
I would talk about the Boston Bomb Scandal, but I think there's already been enough talk about that. Unless I have something to add, I'll save that extremely-serious subject for a later day.
The article states that there was a trailer that aired in Texas, but I don't see a video of it anywhere on YouTube, not even one that's just a video camera taping it with terrible-quality. I also don't see any referrences, so the article cannot prove this actually happened. Speaking of which, we may have to have a seperate discussion on the Death Fighter page; it's constantly flip-flopping on information.
One reason I'm really looking forward to this movie is that I didn't enjoy Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theatres. I feel that the plot wasn't very Aqua Teen-ish. It was more like an improvised bed time story told by that one guy who couldn't tell a joke correctly to save his life. It's ALMOST comparable to The Phantom Menace in that regard. It constantly going on to do things the audience doesn't want it to do. The Aqua Teens travel to the Laboratory of Dr. Weird three times. It's really ridiculous. Even Dr. Weird seems a bit off in this movie.
So why am I excited about Death Fighter after all the problems I had with the film with the annoyingly long title. Well, Death Fighter actually has a plot that might work. The idea of S.M.T.W.T.F.S. (I don't feel like typing the days of the week over and over) coming back with the help of Dr. Weird and Chicken Bittle sounds genious. The main problem with the glorius episode "The Last One" was that it was too short. Now, we have about forty or fifty villains that they can use, so Matt and Dave have plenty to work with. While I don't think they should use all of them (actually, the writers using all of the villains might explain why it's taking so long to make the film), I feel like they have a lot to work with. Shake, Meatwad, and Frylock can only provide so much comedy per episode by themselves. The Mooninites, Carl, the Plutonians, [etc.] were all busy doing their own things, so the plot seems to thinnen as time goes on.
Man, this post is getting along, so I'll stop it here. Death Fighter needs to happen. The fans deserve a good ATHF movie, and while the writers failed the first time, they deserve another shot.