BitTorrent is evil – Obviously, I saw it in FF4

I have never been a great fan of the Fantastic Four, the recent movies haven’t been great entries into the super hero genre, but were at least successful enough to spawn one sequel.

As a movie property 20th Century Fox and Marvel have obviously lost billions through people downloading the movies using bitTorrent. Just this week the most recent movie in the franchise, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, has entered the top ten of Most Popular DVDrips on Bit-Torrent. So to stem this evil it has fallen to the comic book to present a social commentary on the perils and possible uses of such a vile technology as bitTorrent.

The picture to the right is taken from Fantastic Four Issue #549. In ways even I can’t understand evil master mind, the Wizard, managed to clone bad guy Klaw using an audio file that he downloaded from bitTorrent. I may not be up on my super hero world view any more, but it does prove, incontrovertibly, that bitTorrent is evil. Here endth the heavy handed lesson kids, stay in school.

What is unclear is what did all those other people who were downloading the same file that gave the Wizard such a fantastic upload speed.

Thanks to TorrentFreak for posting this.

  3 comments for “BitTorrent is evil – Obviously, I saw it in FF4

  1. Anonymous
    September 3, 2007 at 7:41 pm

    Glad you liked the post 😉

    enigmax // torrentfreak

  2. Douglas Kastle
    September 3, 2007 at 8:55 pm

    No worries, great post, I liked it. I forgot to add the link back to your page in my original post (it was a bit rushed), but I have fixed that now.

    Thanks for the comment

  3. Lt. Colonel Creedon
    September 4, 2007 at 10:15 am

    So… if I use Bittorrent then I could be helping a Comic-Book bad guy to clone a big bad-guy-dude-person? Marvel should be glad that people are watching their substandard movies at all.

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