We still pretending this shit is the best Batman run? It's fucking awful.
Are there writers over the age of 40 who know how to write teenage characters well? I seem to remember PAD's Young Justice was quite good but that was over a decade ago
>mfw I'm enjoying Champions and watching ships sink like rocks
Remember when an older teenage girl molested Bart so she could lie and say he was the father of her baby and Homer and Marge got all mad about it, but only because it turned out Bart wasn't the father and they didn't even care that he was molested and that was the only thing they cared about?
Also reminder that Sideshow Bob has animal-themed superpowers now.
Is it a Halloween movie or is it a Christmas movie?
ITT: Shows that aged surprisingly well
This plus the entire late 90's-early 2000's DCAU. Action cartoons in general were getting really fucking good before 9/11 happened and we weren't allowed to show kiddies scary things anymore.
>Hey everybody! William Fichtner is The Shredder!
>Oh shit, sorry Internet.
>The Shredder is now a faceless Asian dude with no real ties to the story who does what the white guy says anyway
Which did you prefer?
>Rosianna likes a bad boy!
But you shouldn't remember until the 5th.
Whats his endgame?
It's that time of the week again.
No THICC this time
What are you buyin, /co/?
>Seven to Eternity
>Kill or be Killed
>Hal Jordan & the GLC
Sons of Anarchy: Redwood Original
Cave Carson Has A Cybernetic Eye
Shade the Changing Girl
Prophet: Earth War
Trying to think what else is coming out and grabbed my attention but failing. I haven't really had much money for pulling properly the last while but should do in the next month, any recs?
Would you eat Scooby Snax, /co/?
Did they ever explain why Scooby has a snack named after him?
Maybe they named Scooby after Scooby Snacks.
In that case maybe I should name my daughter
The Marvel Method: have Steve Ditko invent a superhero and his origin story from scratch, then put some text balloons over the top of it and claim it as your creation.
I saw this thing floating around Facebook a few weeks ago that was basically, "What three fictional characters combined make up your personality?"
I thought this was kind of interesting as a concept, since we aren't necessarily going to match any one character 1:1, even though most people posted sitcom characters.
So, what three /co/ characters would you say represent you best when combined?
Pic related for me.
So how painful do you think Ghost Rider transformations are?
On a scale of 1 (kiddie henshin) and 10 (Cronenbergian Metamorphasis)?
It should be extremely painful but only for a few moments. After your nerves burn you don't feel anything. Actually, as weird as it may sound, before they burn they might even make you feel cold. That Punisher movie with Thomas Jane explained that pretty well in a scene.
>Its a "full episode parody of a single issue of a mildly successful comic from twenty years ago" episode
Holy shit, how is Gendy so based?
He couldn't have chosen a better single comic tbqh. It was actually the first comic I ever read.
I still think it was bullshit how he refused to fight The Hulk.
I feel sorry for everyone who's cooped up inside watching the 7th game of the World Series.
EXPLANATION FOR GRINGOS:
Here are all the episodes on Spanish dub
They're very fucking similar, Squidward's voice is also similar to LuisJefe's one though.
It may be a ruse but they're acting SUPER serious about this, especially La Zona Cero
>frank takes a look into your fap folder
How does he react?
Do you get Frank'd?
>Implying I keep a fap folder
>Implying I don't periodically erase my internet history
>Frank looks in my fap folder
>he finds pictures of himself
If someone had a super power or was extremely clever with weaponry like batman in the real world, wouldn't the government try to take him down? Wouldn't they succeed?
What would exactly be the implications of something like this? Assuming they're the only one with such a trait
We seem to be in a golden age for adult-oriented cartoons, but I genuinely have no idea what is and isn't good when it comes to family-friendly cartoons right now. I've watched a little over a season of Steven Universe but I'm not caught up on it.
Are family-oriented cartoons booming like adult shows are? What's good right now?
Gumball's pretty damn funny along with Clarence.
Adventure Time and Regular Show are really cool once you get lost in the lore and characters.
Steven Universe and Star are mediocre but still strangely interesting.
We Bare Bears is really cute and honestly one of my favourites currently.
I'm unhappy /co/, how are you going to please me?
What did he mean by this?
>Steven gets pissed off at the gems
>tfw a spark of real fucking literature
I haven't been watching since the first ten episodes or so, but this is intriguing.
Tell me more about what's going on here.
Fun fact: this was made in Japan.
Gentlemen, how do we update Hong Kong Phooey?
>comic with an enjoyable story and likable characters reaches its conclusion.
>you're left wanting more.
Which one is it /co/? How do you cope?
>adamantly believe that the monsters are all humans in costumes
>set elaborate traps instead of just tackling them or something when you outnumber them four to one
I understand the rest of them; they're kind of dense. But Velma?
>Another 7 days of waiting
FFS, I can't wait that long.
How dare they troll my emotions like this.
Are cartoons meant to be for girls now?
No, cartoons are meant for Steven and his mommy
>Made a big stink about not voicing Bubbles in the shitty PPG reboot
>Acts like she's the original Harley Quinn voice, never acknowledging Arleen Sorkin at all.
>actually made me make a topic ranting about this
>Thinks shes the queen because horsepeople worship her
Hynden Walch is a superior Harley to her
>tfw you finally watched that thing and really liked it but everyone else watched it ages ago and no one cares anymore.