Alright, so I'll play along with force bullshit to explain Maul surviving being cut in half, but how did he continue living without a lower body? Where does the shit he eat and drink go?
This is not a cartoon. It is a time portal back to 1993.
Funposting aside, Alice from Superjail is the only good trans/co/ character, isn't she?
The first one.
>It's a Dijonay episode
What was the appeal of Achewood?
Don't get me wrong, I love it
I just couldn't tell you why
I don't know either. It wasn't quite coherent, but it wasn't randumb either.
It's like drinking with your three best friends and talking about philosophy. Nobody really remember what's happening, but there is some line of thought.
You're all retarded
Achewood is GOAT because, unlike tumblr and your childhood, Achewood shows modern relationships between men. Not in a 'nostalgic for lumberjacks' way, but in a way that says 'here are dudes, and they're hanging out being dudes doing dude things'.
Achewood is the manliest webcomic out there (oxymoron) because it's not trying to push an agenda, impress anybody, or really be anything. It shows how men talk to each other.
Achewood is the anti-tumblr.
Heathcliff beats up a bunch of dogs.
Awesome Nachos edition
So new thread!
So tell me, /sveg/, what's the plan!?
Post that one thing that you can't remember, but you can't forget.
I just got reminded of this other game comic I used to read a long ass time ago. I think it was set in canada, and most strips were four panels long. I can also remember the setup to the website, but nothing about the fucking name. It was one of those "two guys" comics.
>Post that one thing that you can't remember, but you can't forget.
You know, that thing you have a general concept of and has been digging at the back of your brain for weeks, and you know everything about it but the name, and web searches yield nothing.
>No mention of Gus and Wally
Well fuck you too then
What the fuck is wrong with him?
ITT: The ass was fat
Why does nobody fight like a real person in this show? They just keep casually throwing each other through the air or into objects.
Did none of these drug dealers, street thugs, superheroes or mercenaries ever learn how to fight? Is it supposed to show that some of them are super strong? Is it a satire of over-the-top cape comic fights? I don't get it. I was actually happy when there wasn't an action scene in this show because they were so bad they really took me out of it.
I really hope Iron Fist has a good fight choreographer.
WHAT DID HE MEAN BY THIS
What does /co/ think of Rick and Morty?
I just marathoned all of it last night, and not sure what to think.