Do you think Kamala Khan could work out as a villain somewhere down the line?
How would you go about writing a heel-turn for her?
Y'know i'm starting to believe Cartoon Network isn't really in any kind of financial trouble at the moment so it begs the question why we're still following the "Show has to be less than 11 minute formula."
I get that if its 11 minutes it can play 2 episodes at once but nothing is inherently bad about posting a 22 minute solo cartoon. In fact most Action shows need 22 minutes to tell a story so you can chalk this up as CN is lazy and selfish toward its viewers.
Gravity Falls and Star Wars does this, and as a result they also have less episodes. i.e the more episodes you have the more financial monetary you gain to have. Gotta think technically silly.
Nothing beats New 52 Aquaman.
Best Disney girl y/y?
HOW MUCH FUCKING LONGER, /co/?!
GRGH HURRG MNNH
Why is Gotham City so run down?
It's home to one of the largest corporations in the world, yet it seems to be Detroit-tier.
Wayne Enterprises seems to fairly dominate the city, but there's abandoned factories, theaters and warehouses everywhere for any hobo with a costume to start up his criminal empire.
Is it Bruce's fault, or maybe his Dad's?
Are the Waynes just a family of robber barons bleeding the city dry?
Maybe that's why Bruce puts so much money into charity, because he's trying to make up for his dad's misdoings....
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The Waynes don't own the city brah.
Lots of corruption in the local government for decades, politicians more interested in lining their pockets and doing the bidding of their mafia masters than doing their jobs.
You're at a bar and your girlfriend slaps this guy's ass.
What do you do?
No film in history has been this overrated
>There was a UK countdown on channel 4 I think on the top 20 christmas films of all time last week, This fucking film was in the top 5, beating out gremlins, home alone and miracle on 34th st.
>On SKY1, on christmas day there was a whole 2 hour program dedicated to frozen as a christamas film.
Not OP but Frozen isn't a Christmas film. It takes place in the summer. The presence of a life threatening blizzard doesn't change that. The Day After Tomorrow features a ton of snow too.
"In this house we obey the laws of thermodynamics!"
I know I'm late to the party, but this is actually damn good. I can't work out why though.
Eeyup, it's the best cartoon adaptation of a live action sitcom to date.
Why is she so perfect?
>literally throws herself at people she wants
>will go to great lengths to fuck someone she wants
>will go to great lengths to prove to someone she wants them
Although show canon says she's incredibly ugly and dysfunctional.
>that episode where Jimmy and Cindy got stranded on an island and spent the entire time fucking
...and why is it Unsounded? Let's appreciate this underappreciated gem for a moment while we wait for the hiatus to be over.
let's discuss what we liked, what we didnt like, what we'd like to see for season 2 if we get one
i really really like the whole style of the show. i love how over the top neon everything is. i even like how they took the time to get each character over the top flamboyant names. it's so fucking good and whoever had that idea deserves a pat on the back
it could have been an alright show but had a few problems. what bothered me the most was rob lowe's flat delivery. I know everyone remembers him from parks and rec fondly but let's remember that he had one joke in the whole series and is was always delivered in the same way"something is LITERALY (insert joke)" he isn't a voice actor and that came through strongly in moon beam city. Couldn't stand his performance myself. the rest of the show was fine, not amazing but fine.
i honestly didn't realize it was rob lowe until more than halfway into the series but i kind of agree with you. i think the way he spoke could have been elevated if he had a wider range of speaking as dazzle.