Why are moralfags so annoying?
Can a good Christian comic exist?
Do you mean comics that deals with themes relevant to Christianity, comics to do with Biblical tales or historical periods in which Christianity played a significant cultural role, or comics written by Christians, for Christians?
Do you find this funny or really scummy?
HELP! Someone please help me!
He's got her! He's got her locked down in his dungeon!
So the beast of your burden has locked you down. But do not worry, I will lift your locked down-ness back up so you may burden the beast!
I don't know why you call it "her", but I guarantee I will lift it back up!
RIP in pieces
Eh, the run itself was good. But it disregarded almost all previous continuity and nobody knew what to do with the concepts or the characters it introduced.
Best way to look at it is as a standalone elseword type story.
No pedo shit allowed, as usual
Post busty and thick condorito babes
>comics where condorito cucks pepe
Which Lois is best Lois?
Did they Fug?
ITT: Comics that will be remembered as classics in the future.
It was the third issue when I felt comfortable predicting folks would look back on it how they do on Watchmen.
so i know im extremely late to the party but are all DC superhero shows going to follow the same format where its 1 featured superhero and then a team of friends in a "secret location" with high tech computers to find out where all the bad stuff are happening?
Arrow does this
Flash does this
now im watching Supergirl and they are doing the same fucking thing too. and its from a show on a completely different network too.
please dont tell me legends of tomorrow does this too.
This is what happens when people follow a formula that "works." I also don't like how "safe" the shows are. Diversity, romance, drama, annoying dialogue. All of them have this. Some to a bigger extent than others.
Can't I just have a show where the guy works alone and punches stuff, using his own creativity? Man I'm hoping for a Superman prequel show to Supergirl where he works alone. Doubt it will ever happen though.
Why does /co/ hate this show so much?
It takes away from Superman, in my opinion. The special nature he has. It also devalues characters like Wonder Woman who is now essentially female Superman when she should have Supermans 1938 level abilities along with her amazon armor and tools.
I just rewatched Van Hellsing...
>inb4 shit taste
yeahh... fuck you too
...and I am feeling in the mood for werewolf comic books, but sadly there's shitall to be found. Can you please give me any good example of werewolf stories.
Is Borf Star kino?
Purest kino. It needs more sunday funnies characters in the inevitable sequal
The first episode isn't impressing me.
Does it get any better?
How does their civilization survive if they only have one female?
They will turn this into a quippy romcom, aren't they?
sup /co/, im working on a Suicide Squad fan comic, mainly to improve my art and writing.
Basic story idea is a back up squad led by Wild Dog goes on a mission after the previous squad went MIA.
There any characters you want to see as members or villains, or just any other general questions?
Will your work be influenced in any way by Michel Fiffe's Suicide Squad fancomics?
Rate my wife.
So what I learned from this movie: Bruce Wayne is NOT a noble crimefighter, but an insane manchild living out a crazy fantasy and is always just one step off becoming a real psycho?
What issue/run/story do you think ended the silver age and brought in the age of actually good comics?
has any other comic got to this level of bad?
I didn't see any threads for this so...why not?
What does /co/ think about Pinceless? It can get a bit preachy at times, but I'm enjoying it much more than I thought I would.
I remember the storytime where she got to her vain sister, who completely shut down her bitching and talked about how much she liked being a muse for people. And then I think she and her artists helped stop the monster?
It's another reminder that if there's even the slightest whiff of feminism or SJW or whatever, all you need to do is post a panel and people will never ever read the comic and pretend like they know exactly what it's about.
I haven't read it. So I won't jump to conclusions, however if the theme I'm assuming is present here exists, then i'd recommend "Princess Ugg." Also when it comes to the whole dragon slaying meme, are there any that make attempts to humanize the prince? I always get the feeling many men take a shot at the dragon only to die as part of a harvest ritual.
Andy Merrill (Brak) says they're running the first episode of Space Ghost at 12:30 est tonight on Adult Swim in memory of C. Martin Croker. I'll be watching. Will you?
Do real actual kids prefer "demented" cartoons over "cutsie" cartoons?
I have a feeling that kids don't really care if the cartoon contains a moral truth or a life lesson.
Of course as an adult we watch cartoons for nostalgia or feels or perverted shipping or whatever, but I'm trying to think back when I was a kid and which shows I preferred.
I preferred the demented cartoons, kids don't care about learning from cartoons and they shouldn't. I'd rather they don't in fact with how emotionally fucktarded the cartoons that do try to have a lesson are nowadays
So show has been out for a couple months...
Loud House thread, anyone?
Latest episodes besides the loudest yard have been fucking shit. Hope they drop clyde and bring back more of the sisters.
>your favourite philosopher is now a writer of your favourite comic/cartoon
what happens ?
Is it normal to have a favorite philosopher? Or is that just a "intellectual" thing.
This version of Aunt May is perfect
I dare you to prove me wrong