Have you ever wanted to watch a series just for one character but so aggressively disliked the series that it isn't worth it?
I'd watch an entire show about Asami
Why is there such a big fuss over him in the films. Like, I get he's Cap's friend and all that, but why devote two movies to him? What's the payoff going to be?
The point is this:
Cap's rogues gallery are mostly either too lame, or too big a deal to use for a middle sequel movie.
Winter soldier is use-able because he's either
A) a villain
B) not a villain but still an antagonist
c) a good guy that is still a problem/source of drama
He's just a generally useful when it comes to plotting.
I'll start: Fuck being an animator.
How come the Douche knows its purpose in life but the foods dont?
Sausage Party would have been better with this plot:
>All the food knows that they get eaten
>It's the basis of their whole world even
>They accept the shit out of it
>Douche tries to ascend to "Godhood" by capturing and eating food
>Food has to stop him so there are enough to be eaten at the fourth of july sale
He gets a character arc in Ba Sing Se and also is kinda important in the airbending episode, but then he just kinda fades out. He's not even an entity in the next season. When he got introduced, I've thought he's gonna be a new addition to the team, the designated airbender, but he just... Wasn't.
Why did he need to exist, again? In fact, why did the Air Acolytes need to exist at all, except to give Zaheer powers?
>the moral of the episode is "It's ok to be a normie"
>characters discovers a new fad, at least new to themselves
>becomes really interested in it
>meets more dedicated people to said fad and gets talked down for their low level of commitment
>characters does something crazy to prove this wrong
>fails in the end and gets a pep talk from secondary character which boils down to give up on everything.
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Diversity is good. A diverse stable of writers writing about a diverse group of character often leads to new and exciting storytelling prospects.
The way Marvel does diversity however is deeply cynical and borderline exploitative. They are POC filtered through the lens of an almost entirely white stable of writers who write these characters in an undeniably white way.
Happy Birthday to He-man!
One day I'll find someone to do the surgery.
How come boys didn't like her? She's sort of attractive and only ever stank when she had her perfume on.
So, I get that she doesn't want Kal interfering on matters in her city. Cool. Bruce has Gotham, Ollie has Queensburg, whatever. However, 14 eps in on netflix, and we've found that there are there at least a dozen krypts actively attempting to end life on earth, and no one saw fit to tell Superman ANYTHING, and if they did, he did nothing about it. What the fuck?
He was busy saving the day in his own adventures. Same reason as the comics why they're not constantly in each other's books.
And he did come to help twice (to save her life and once in the city-wide mind control thing) when shit got realer.
Bruce Wayne? He's a philanthropist in Gotham city, honestly a good guy. Acts like a dick in public, but he donates millions every year to run charities.
Certainly does more than the pointy eared gargoyle that breaks the arms of the homeless.
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>Last One Out Of Beach City:
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You here, blando? I love your work.
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Who are the strongest cartoon characters?
Do characters that we have never seen, only heard about, count?
If so, The Strongman is the strongest.
Over 5000 years living on Earth, and they didn't learn anything about it, not even by mistake.
Group pics of /co/ characters
ITT: Worst Cartoons Ever
>It's another Bojack is depressed episode.
So how bad will it be?
First episode is already up. It was pretty great IMO.
Premise doesn't have a lot of lasting appeal though, as it's just gonna be the "I'M HE-MAN AND THINGS WERE DIFFERENT AND MORE VIOLENT WHERE I CAME FROM" thing on repeat.
So can someone tell me why Tony Stark faked his death? Did I miss something or did Ben does not give a reason at all but it still staking emotional reactions on that event
Diana becomes an astronaut
Last one of this batch
>WATCHMEN's Billy Crudup has joined the cast of Rick Famuiywa's THE FLASH as Barry Allen's father, Henry Allen, a man wrongfully imprisoned for the murder of his wife. The cast also includes Ezra Miller as Barry; Kiersey Clemons as his childhood friend and love interest Iris West; and Ray Fisher as Cyborg, Barry's fellow Justice League member and best friend. The movie is slated for release on March 13, 2018.
Reminder that Dr. Manhattan is gifting Barry with the white/blue lightning Speed Force.
Captain Cold and Golden Glider are reportedly the villains. There were plans for the Reverse Flash, but they were scrapped when Famuyiwa and Geoff Johns became involved.
Was it autism?
Can we agree this is the best comic Marvel is producing?
Every aspect of it is dripping with intelligent world building & depth.
Nah, Vision's still #1, though it's ending soon.
I like the worldbuilding in Black Panther, but the writing is less engaging. Though I guess it's hard for a novel writer/journalist to compress his ideas into comic book format.
Anyone been reading these?
Do people actually like the trolls? They all seem godawful and Homestuck would have been better without them.
Which would you rather see get an ongoing?
Would you work at /co/?
what do you do?
How come people hardly ever talk about or praise Superman TAS?
Do you think people in Saudi Arabia like this movie?