>no storytime yet
Get in here.
>yfw Kyle/Carol was officially kill
Why the fuck didn't they do anything to stop this?
I just wanted Cartoon Network crossover I didn't want angsty bullshit.
>Its a Cassandra Cain episode
I dare you to name a better superhero action sequence than the hallway fight in Daredevil episode two.
Brandy kept trying to get home in season one, but never tried in season two. Why? Did she just give up?
She was happier in the jungle.
She didn't seem happier. She had a lot of family that she never saw again. The show never elaborated on her relationship with her owners, but they cared about her enough to take them with her on vacation.
>that comic you used to love when it was first coming out and now you don't give a fuck anymore
what was her name /co/? Mine was Saga
Everything from the big two. The stuff I knew gets retconed, the new stuff I like is undone and the stuff I do not like goes on far too long. And there is nothing I would honestly recommend for kids to read that doesn't have a social agenda.
But they are both dying so whatever.
ITT: shit /co/ told you was good and wasn't
There are plenty of examples of shows going to shit after a long run but they still keep going because of the money or people simply not being able to let go.
My question: Are there any examples of shows becoming shit but then recovering? Is that even possible? Could a show like Simpsons or Adventure Time theoretically become good again?
Well Adventure time only had a few shit episodes in season 5 and has recovered well since, but to be honest, having a few shit episodes doesn't really qualify as turning to shit.
I'd like to get into DC comics.
Should I start after Convergence or with the New 52?
Convergence looks like a mess to start with, starting with New 52 means I also have to follow the event, right?
New 52, then just skip convergence because you won't understand a lot of it.
And check out some pre flashpoint stuff too.
You might want to read Seven Soldiers as a nice intro to the DCU, then read Batman Inc., then New 52 Teen Titans, followed by Batman: Snow.
Finish your reading with Twilight of the Superheroes.
Would you pay $970.08 for it?
>boring plot elements that follow nearly identical patterns
>100's of "different" characters which are actually all the same
>horribly written plots, storylines that would make a swiss cheese jealous
>awfully cringey jokes, feels like a 50 year old trying to be "hip"
Why people still follow and read Marvel and DC comics?
>Why people still follow and read Marvel and DC comics?
Because it's Americana and most of us grew up with them
Why do europeans eat toast sandwiches? Why do the Japanese like anime for the exact same reasons?
what happened and how?
Made by Koreans, got to Australia in English form. Finally got to America last summer under the title "Back to the Jurassic" in order to get some Confused Grandma money out of Jurassic World
Proud Independent Batperson of Color says, get to work you cispigs.
If you're on an airplane, get drawing. If you're visiting relatives, GET DRAWING, dawg.
I don't wanna hear no excuses, specifically if ya'll white cismale, Nah-Uh.
AND EVERYONE GETS A PROGRESSIVE REDLINE FROM ME YA'LL,
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