I know all over you over there with Phineas and Ferb and with Marvel are excited about how the upcoming crossover will turn out. You have high hopes for the finished product and are aiming to please many people. I personally don't have much against the idea, but I can say in all honesty that as much as I've tried, I just can't bring myself to accept the premise as it is. As a matter of fact, I fear the worst for it.
I'm starting this petition aiming for a complete rewrite of the episode's plot, even if it means another year and a half of waiting for the project's release. Don't get me wrong, I think great things can come from a crossover like this one. It only needs to be done right, and doing things right can be the absolute difference between a smashing success and a disaster with a mix as sensitive as this. But a Power Drain-inator? It's far too simple for a show like Phineas and Ferb and doesn't sound like it'll do the Marvel superheroes much justice. I know you must have put a lot of work into this, and I'm terribly sorry about having to petition for it to be redone, but I know all of you can do better than that. The way it is now feels way too shallow for me to let it slip past without doing anything, let alone for my liking, and I'm sure other fans of Phineas and Ferb and Marvel alike feel the same way. I, as well as anyone and everyone who comes here to sign this petition, want the outcome to be as amazing and spectacular as possible. We want something packed to the brim with shock and awe with a touch of humor thrown in. And if possible, we want it to dwarf the fans' expectations on both sides of the crossover. Simply draining the power of the Marvel Superheroes is most certainly not going to do that.
If this petition fails I am personally fully prepared to accept it as it is and let the project take its natural course of development with my fingers crossed. But at the very least, I want our voices to be heard, by the creators of Phineas and Ferb, Dan Povernmire and Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh, by the head of Marvel Television, Jeph Loeb, and last but not least the cash-hungry executives running Disney as it is now. Just please, don't screw it up. You have the future of two successful franchises and hopes of hundreds and thousands of fans hanging over your shoulders.