Which one, /co/?
Jeremy Slater's original draft before revisions by Simon Kinberg. It's certainly... different.
>Childhood friends Reed Richards and Ben Grimm create a prototype teleporter that attracts the attention of the Baxter Foundation, a research institute for young prodigies. Reed is recruited to join them and help Sue Storm and Victor Von Doom complete the Quantum Gate, and drifts apart from Ben, who joins the military. Sue is helping Harvey Elder create...
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>In Latveria, the government has built their own Quantum Gate. Upon activated, it brings Victor, who has been afforded shapeshifting powers, to Earth. He slaughters the ruling government and takes over the world, sending his soldiers to Indonesia to capture Reed. After evading them, Reed returns to the United States to alert the others that Victor has returned and is targeting them.
>Victor's men attack the Baxter Foundation while Johnny and his crew are visting Sue. Elder is disfigured after being doused in chemicals and retreats to the sewers, while the soldiers inject one of the Moloids with Dark Matter, causing it to grow gigantic and rampage through New York City. Reed, Sue, Johnny and Ben come together to fight it and are celebrated as heroes by the media and named "The Fantastic Four".
>Reed is captured by the government, but rescued by the others, who learn that Victor has stolen the necessary components to build a massive Dark Matter cannon in Latveria. They convince the military to give them a chance to stop him and confront Victor in Latveria, where they learn he is an automaton, and the real Victor is still trapped into the Negative Zone, where he has been forced to become Galactus' herald and direct him to Earth. Victor planned to use his avatar to build a weapon powerful enough to kill Galactus, but the Four stop it, as it is unstable and could level half the planet, and destroy the avatar, leaving Victor trapped in the Negative Zone, where he vows revenge.
>The Four are then given a new base of operations by the military and assemble a team of scientists to build the weapons necessary to defend Earth from the looming arrival of Galactus.
I suppose it's true what they say. Things can ALWAYS be worse.
Where did everything go so right?
TMNT: Mutants in Manhattan confirmed for being based off the IDW comics.
FINALLY THIS UNIVERSE GETS RECOGNITION
What if Dr. Bees is gay?
Can we have a /co/ fun fact/trivia thread?
this comic has been on fire lately
Have you seen soulbrothanumbuh3's Batman Beyond Ill series?
I want more shit like this.
I found it to be funny. Imo the best episodes are 4&5 where the writing gets pretty sharp (although there are only 5 out).
His Case Closed dub stopped after 2 episodes but was also quite good.
Is this movie /co/ related? It's animated but its not about talking animals or le DreamWorks face
What would you do if you woke up one day and found your self in the Marvel 616 universe?
How bad is this movie gonna be?
>when the show goes full nuclear
Just finished avatar and it was good but what the hell was pic related? It just came out of nowhere for plot reasons and played a key role in beating the fire lord. Were lion turtles established at any point or did i miss something?
before this shitty deus ex machina, I was expecting aang to blood-bend the fire-lord, and stop his bending
low and behold in korra, amon blood bends powers away, and spirit anng gives them right back
I don't even know why they needed the turtle-lion in last airbender
LoK described The Island Turtles as the first instance of bending being granted to humans so that they can survive. A co-balance between Spirts and Humans.
Then this got fucked to shit when Wan decided it was a good idea to keep his Fire Bending and free Vaatu
But of course this doesn't matter now because the whole "Balance" bullshit doesn't matter since Korra killed Vaatu and light always needs to trump over Darkness
Someone at Nick is a huge fan of Kingdom Hearts because that's literally point for point the exact same plot.