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message 1: by Adelaide (new)

Adelaide Metzger (robotprophet) | 4 comments Here's the deal: I'm the only one I know not on the internet who loves Bionicle. So when friends, classmates, whoever asks the question, "What's your favorite book?" I have a real hard time explaining that I love Bionicle more than anything I've ever read, and why I love it. I actually love it because it's the only book series I know that is a universe about just robots with serious emotions--no humans. That's one reason why it's awesome. But I love literature, film analysis, and literary analysis as well.
Being in the middle of my busy life, I don't have the time to score through great works of literature, so here's my question:

What works of literature could you compare with the Bionicle books and movies?

Anything. Characters, events, identity crises, emotions, locations of Bionicle that can be compared to literature. We, as fans, already know that Bionicle is worth our passion, but this would give people who see the word LEGO on the covers proof that Bionicle is not just a 12-year-olds' ambition to buy toys. Greg worked too hard for it to be just that.


message 2: by Kendra (new)

Kendra (madamejade) | 134 comments Mod
I really like the rage of the Hordika and the jealousy of the Makuta.
"You Toa are what we Makuta can only pretend to be..."
- Makuta Krika

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