Why was she so based??
How much white bread do you think Harley Quinn eats?
I just read the first volume of this what do you all think about it
I really wanted this to be a summer vacation, childhood fun type of slice of life with occasional paranormal conspiracy theory here and there ala x files, but the execution and overuse of "lel aliens" killed it for me. I learned my lesson, never judge a book by it's cover, I really thought I was gonna like it.
ITT: Write the finale
Holy shit boys, look at what we got here.
I just found a abg of Cheetos.
Muthafukin Cheetos. Now you knooooooow I am going to enjoy the fuck out of these. Fuck yeah.
You want some Cheetos Rick?
Well, that's tooooo damn bad.
These are my Cheetos and you just knoooooow I'm gonna lick that orange dust right off my fingers.
>And to you know what I'm going to do after I finish eating my god damn Cheetos, Rick? Huh? I'm gonna make sweet loooove to Lucile! That's right Rick. I'm gonna fuck my bat after this. And your pussy ass can't do anything about it.
I just noted what a dumb ass is kirkman, and aven bigger idiots on amc... AMC taking their guns?.so stupid, how the fuck are they gonna find things for negan or protect the place? kirkman? why the fuck didnt negan appointed a regent or some kind of supervisor just to keep an eye on the beligerant community?
That's the point I believe. To make their life a living hell to break their spirit. But also for shits and giggles.
>show up early
>mess with them
>take their guns, food, medecine, beds
>not because you need them, but because they do
>destroy them later on because lelz
The dude is a real prick and there's a measure of lolz in what...
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Help Dogger bulk up by recommending comics and cartoons.
Can we have one of these threads /co/?
Where all of us can discuss all the comics released every Wednesday? It can become something like a good archive of all the details and story lines?
Starting with this wednesday.
What are you guys looking forward to this week?
Jessica Jones #2 is coming and that is the only bendis-shit that is actually worth reading.
Really excited for Batman. Loving it
Cave Carson interested me when i found out it was more DCU superheroy but i'm still just reading for the back ups
Cyborg has actually got me interested in it's big conspiracy game, and hopes of DC robot camoes
Green Lanterns and Arrow are consistently reliably good series. I'm a little behind on Lanterns though.
Suicide Squad is actually good.
Superman is still setting up Super Sons which i'm ready for
Black Panther had been consistently great
eeeee not much marvel this week for me
I have been reading Arrow and it is surprisingly good.
I am starting with supes this week. Hoping it will be good.
And yeah you are right. Nothing much interesting with marvel this week. I am just picking JJ.
I have no Idea why I haven't dropped Hellcat yet. Something about its art style keeps me from dropping it.
Oh ok let see.
Uncanny x-men Annual is coming out and Bunn said that "alive or dead — Elixir has a huge place in the Marvel Universe after this, and it could have a big influence on stories going forward" so i am excited for it.
I am also waiting for the next issue of Superman for more Jon and Damian "team up".
Carnage is a book that i might storytime tomorrow since i love it.
I know the rule about spoonfeeding but I need your help.
I've been trying to figure out how to start the cosmic marvel infinity storyline, and everywhere I look has a different answer.
The pack I've got starts me in Silver Surfer #34
So with Dr Strange doing well at the box office, how long until WB jumps on the magic bandwagon and starts pushing for Shazam, JLD, and perhaps Dr Fate getting spotlight? Of course I suppose Wonder Woman technically counts but it all depends how much magic worldbuilding they do with that. Worse case (and likely) scenario is that they start ripping all the wrong things from Dr Strange like Squad did with GOTG
I don't think Dr.Strange will make enough of an impact to cause DC to rush out any of their mystic stuff. Given Constantine's failure I doubt they are going to try and push this stuff on the tv side either.
I've seen discussion over what the best Scooby-Doo movie is, so let's mix it up.
What would you say is the worst Scooby-Doo movie?
What pilots do you like or wish got picked up?
What is /co/'s thoughts on this show?
My most watched episode of that show was basically a parody of Groundhog Day.
funny as shit, and really comfy in that 'just hangin' out livin' with yer bro' kinda way. i have a lot of great memories of watching it with dad. it was very much our kind of humor.
I've been watching seasons 1 and 2 a lot recently since I have the DVDs.
I love the fast forward bit they do whenever there's something physical going on (dag being dragged by something or a building collapsing etc). The humor is very silly I love it.
This is objectively the only future of the MCU
And what is Catwoman up to these days?
I haven't followed the N52, and plan to start, but with Gotham and the Telltale game pushing it, I'm starting to actually like the pairing for a change. That said, I've heard that Catwoman has basically gone dyke, and Bruce practically a monk since the universe swap, and even before that, he and Wondy had been getting pushed in the Justice League comics.
What would a reverse version of Catwoman be?
An animal cruelty supporter who grinds animals into coats and brags about how expensive they're?
what do you expect to see?
>what do you expect to see?
lots and lots of wrinkles
Best cartoon network era/bumps before Adventure Time ruined everything and made all cartoons the same
>I have no idea who ran the network in the mid the late 00s and blame AT
You bet your sweet ass CN would be belly up with live action and canadian shit if not for the combined efforts of hipsters and manchildren
No, the best eras of CN were the powerhouse and cn city ones you dumbass teen.
The era you're mentioning wasn't the time *before* Adventure Time "ruined everything", it's the time WHEN everything was ruined. After the Boston Bomb Mooninite Scare incident in February 2007, Stuart snyder took over. CN City ended, the beloved Fridays block was replaced the poor Fried Dynamite, Toonami was cancelled, the CN Real block was established, etc.
If anything, Adventure Time saved from...
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>>Has two thumbs and pulls up the sky
>>Stole fire from down below
>>Lassoed the sun to stretch the days and give you fun
>>Harnessed breeze to shake your trees.
>>Pulled Isles from the sea.
Name a character who can defeat him. Protip
When Cartoon Network only plays Steven Universe in 2 hour blocks without separating the episode meaning that I can't DVR or set a reminder for a specific episode that I missed.
The severe lack of action cartoons these days and the abundance of LOLRANDUM 15 min cartoons. Also Toonami STARTING at fucking midnight. Look I may be a night owl, but damn I aint staying up for that block
That makes you mad? At all? Dude.
Regular Show doesn't get reruns at all and hasn't gotten any in over a year. Take your show's block format and enjoy it. If you miss an episode watch it online, that series has such a big following rips are usually up in 5 minutes.
I want fucking reruns for Regular Show, block format or split. Instead they don't do that because the show's ending and they're trying to get it off the air asap.
They could at least show the great seasons.
So again, you at least get reruns.
I always see memes saying Cartoon Network "died" in 2004, and my question is "Why though?". CN City began in 2004, and that's widely considered to be their greatest era, with great shows like Code lyoko, Squirrel boy, and Ozzy & Drix. So how could CN die in the year where they began their greatest era?
If anything, I'd peg CN as dying in 2007. After the Boston Bomb Mooninite Scare incident in February of that year, Stuart snyder took over. CN City ended, the beloved Fridays block was replaced the poor Fried Dynamite, Toonami was cancelled,...
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>mfw sifting through all this shitty cn nostalgia videos full of "i was born in the wrong generation!" comments
Saying CN died in 2004 is the most retarded thing ever, because in 2005 CN had this
And Justice League was still going for two years.
The only people who think CN didn't have good stuff in those years are part of the problem that it doesn't have that good stuff anymore.
Somehow, I can see Goofy being a mudslime.
how did it fail /co/
it was the thing you went to if there was nothing on Nick, Disney, or CN and it still had some merit of it's own
>tfw your cartoon will never make it to televisions across the country
Lets say that Dredd is now in Gotham and Batman is in Mega city one.
How is the crime rate of both cities effected /co/?
I sware there was a cartoon on PBS Kids based of Were The Wild Thing Are,that would air after the most recent Berenstain Bears cartoon and was even made by the same pepole! but there is no such cartoon?
Ether its lost media,im getting it confused with Reading Rainbow/Between the lions or its the Mandela Effect!
No, this is real. It's not directly based on Where the Wild Things Are, but uses character designs from it and was made by Maurice Sendek
Looks like Cartoon Network ditched their Cartoon Cartoons end tag at the very end of series releases. Now it's this.
Shame, I really liked the tune and look of the one that has been around for awhile.
>Just because someone looks different than you, or thinks differently than you, doesn't mean you should be afraid of them. It means you should be angry at them, how dare they be different! What, my way of life not good enough for em?!?
>So you're saying I should beat them up?
>Billy, fighting outside of a hockey rink is wrong. But I'm imaginary, so do what ya gotta do
He means this is now an Eris thread
Remember that time JRJR wrote a Superman story and everyone was written out of character, but it was still one of the most entertaining issues DC had published?
I just want more stories with the JL drinking dammit.
>former cape talents
>create edgy tv pilots
>less inspired story
>less iconic artwork
>mediocre in comparison
>finally gave artists and writers full creative control and ownership (most of the time).
>allowed people with actual talent to make good books.
>eventually became a place for all kinds of interesting stories to be published instead of grimderp edgy shit.
Spawn and Savage Dragon may be shit, but there were some gems even in the early days.
What went wrong?
It's been theorized that they're two different characters who have the same name. One is the god of the sea with terrific powers, while the other is the king of the sea whose power is only limited to his trident. In fact, it would make sense for the king's parents to name him after the god that they worship.
I could buy it, especially considering how they brought back the old version in the post-movie episodes.
what did you think /co/?
i liked the dig at the ending of Dark Knight Returns
I watched that "Greg's Greatest Hits" SU special and all the episodes were pretty appealing to me. It played the Light Cannon one, the Message, and two flashback episodes with Steven's mom. I loved Greg himself and the dialogue was pretty great.
I really enjoyed Gravity Falls and to a lesser extent Star Vs. Should I start this show?
If you liked Steven and the Gems as well as Greg then yeah, sounds like you're into it.
Personally I think it has better deepest lore than GF but who knows, maybe it will end up shitting the bed equally as hard at the end of the show but it hasn't done it yet.