"Megaman has ended the evil domination of Dr. Wily
And restored the world to peace.
However, the never ending battle continues
Until all destructive forces are defeated.
For everlasting peace."
This is the end, my friends, but he'll be back again, when the time is right.
The final issue of the Mega Man Archie series until its indefinite hiatus is now.
You have been contacted by Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network and Disney (specifically their television department) and want you to pick one of their old tv properties to revive. The only recquirement being that the show must have been at one point canceled or never reached a natural conclusion before being taken off air.
>Which of the three networks do you choose.
>what show do you revive
So with Samurai Jack returning and Gravity Falls getting cancelled, is the "comfy" age of animation finally coming to an end?
Star Vs has at least one more season to go.
The other shows can all go die in a fire though.
So with Dreamworks nearing the end of the first step of their Netflix agreement (12 shows), how do you feel about it so far?
Would you want to see more from their movies or try to reboot more of their classics library?
Let's talk about Dreamworks and Netflix in general.
They started off with a show for Turbo, which was probably just because it was the most recent movie at that time.
From the people that brought you Motorcity, the show is set immediately after the events of the movie, Turbo has won the Indy 500 and Tito has built the snails a city to live in.
Where the movie was more at the human level, the show is more focused on the critter world, as several bugs and other small creatures challenge Turbo to races and such.
It recently got a second season and a slight retool less about world touring and racing and more about comedy...
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>Also what is Mc^2 about? A show to promote those science dolls?
It's another stupid girly sitcom.
You know Netfilx will do more teen stuff like Disney does today
>I may as well be GAY for DICKS now
>Teaser trailer alert! Kubo and the two strings will reveal it's first treaser online this friday exclusively at fandango.
>And if you needed another reason to go see the new Star Wars film, the teaser will be shown on the big screen in front of that mega movie!
Buckle in, fuck-os. It's fucking Negan time.
The design for Anno's Godzilla movie has been revealed.
"I AM THE DARK AVATAR"
"If you kill him I kill you"
"But when you are with her you are thinking of me"
"Amon is a waterbender!"
"Now that the president is in office and the council has been disbanded, I can finally spend some quality time with my family and give Korra the training she needs."
Smoothest exposition of all time.
Why, I do believe it's time for obscure Curt Swan comics!
But enough about me, how was your day?
Because I'm the only person that liked the first issue
Magic vagina powers activate
So what does /co/ think about the boys?
I think it was good. Far from perfect, but still really good.
The main problem is that it's way too heavy-handed and one-sided, but then hey this is Ennis, what the fuck did you expect? The man wouldn't know the words subtle or nuanced if you gave him a dictionary. Apart from that it's a cool story with some parts that are great and some part that are decidedly less great, with a solid cast of characters and equally solid story arcs that leads up to a somewhat anticlimactic but still satisfying ending.
This issue marks the debut of Javier Fernandez (Doomed, Magneto) as penciller for the book.
Pretty great artist but the colorist doesn't makes him any favors
Stupid sexy Herc.