King Triton is a mermaid and lives underwater. It's established that mermaids have little to no interaction with humans, meaning that there's no trade of materials. Where did he get this trident and crown? Metallurgy requires fire, and since fire can't exist underwater, and since the mermaids are established as rarely venturing to the surface, and never onto land, it seems suspicious that that they would have developed the science.
ITT: Mary Sues
Let me get this straight. The bad guy's plan was to release a chemical agent to make people sick, then eventually give them the cure to become a hero.
But in order to do this, he planned on releasing the chemical from the top of his own tower, the one with a HUGE company logo on it.
So was the idea that no-one would ever question where the toxin originated, or be able to trace it to the source?
Am I missing some brilliant step in his plan here?
What does /co/ think of this?
It's the first short done by Don Bluth after parting Disney and it's really cute, with some neat characters and good waifus.
Mega link incoming.
It includes also an audio commentary from Bluth regarding the animation in the short as well as an interview with him that was included with the DVD.
I'll dump some webms and pics.
if this was 2d it would still be on. the animation style sucked, but the story was good.
The town that didn't exist story time
Who are the greatest villains in the DCU? Who would be in the ultimate Legion of Doom lineup?
Worst panels thread
Post the worst panels
Have you been a good boy this year, /co/?
New Whomp! update
>It's a good entry, but your landing needs some work, boy. Usually, you use your refracting field magic to contain the fire without it harming you, nor snuffing it out. Instead, you now have unsightly burns. Fortunately, healing magic can take care of burns. Unfortunately, that was a magic fire and you need double magic healing for that, and I'm far too drunk to read the double magic book right now.
Is this thing STILL going on?
The ride never ends
Your stuck with tumblr trolls forever
Oh. My. Frak. Who /hyped here! Giggling like a school girl in anticipation!
It's been over three years since The Dark Knight Trilogy ended. What are your final opinions on this trilogy?
Begins is the strongest movie of the three. It's the first Batman movie that seems to actually give a fuck about Bruce Wayne. TDK and DKR are both good, but they're disjointed and their endings go on too long. Dr. Jackstraw is the best.
I think it peaked with The Dark Knight and it should've ended right then and there.
There's no defending "Rises". It's just a terrible sequel that felt rushed and not thoroughly crafted as the previous ones. The script is terrible and Baneposting aside, I like Bane in it. It's just everything else that falls short. The plot is just a convoluted mess and it has an even worse conclusion that Batman & Robin. At least the Schumacher movies were self-aware.
Also, i still have no idea how Batman slices the subway in two during his showdown...
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The Dark Knight was an awesome film
Begins was a promising start but ultimately a bit too much boring setup and not enough Bat
Rises was a disappointment but still wasn't the worst movie of all time or anything
>Indeed. And I'm assuming we'll be getting a Simpsons crossover with Birdman (not Harvey) next year.
You know, people do want more Simpsons Crossover after the first 2, I rather have Space Ghost but more Hanna Barbera besides Scooby Doo is also a good thing.
Your thoughts on this.
This is mainly a Simpsons topic, still anything thats not Scooby Doo is a good thing.