so Ive been trying to think up Ice themed super heroes and all I can come up with is Ice and Iceman.
Seems like it's more common a villain power for some reason. Any heroes Im too dumb to remember?
Is one of the best Christmas specials out there http://youtu.be/s54sLlRNmHc
>It's "Wolverine makes an abrupt and egregious guest appearance on a new book to shamelessly boost its sales" issue
You know, I'm kinda starting to miss these.
with kubos performance at the box office can we finally admit that these guys and their fans are a problem?
From Cullen Bunn and Adam Kubert
How many low budget movies fly under the radar every year?
I guess he finally lost control of his life
remember those country crock commercials? I do
Can't believe how fucking old that guy was. he sounded like such a perfect bored 20something new father. maybe 30s. and he was 55 when the show started.
ITT: We post great panels / pages / sequences
We're never getting this Peter back are we? CEO Pete is pure trash and no where near the man high school teacher Peter was.
this was horrible
And yet, it had glowing reviews. I wonder why...
Think of your least favorite show or comic
now say something positive about it
I like ms marvel
Why do they let a racist homophobic character like him become popular? fucking disgusting
>Why do they let a racist homophobic character like him become popular?
I fail to see the problem? He's a horrible person, who's treated as one. In the comics, he's literally the Rogue that the other Rogues think is a dickhead, to the point that they actively like his son better.
Are most "Marvel comics fans" nowadays just people who primarily watch the movies?
Is that who's crowding the fuck out of every convention nowadays? People who generally don't even read the comics?
>It goes for DC as well
Are there any good action nicktoons or were they all humor? I'm looking for the nicktoons equivalent of something like Powerpuff Girls or Ben 10.
I'm not fond of ATLA but that's an obvious one. Then you have Danny Phantom and some people probably like My Life as a Teenage Robot for reasons other than wanting to fuck Jenny, don't quote me on that though.
Thunderbolts thread. Post Thunderbolts.
>Thunderbolts sale on comixology
I feel like the enjoyment of Jim Zub's Thunderbolts run so far is directly related to how much you like Bucky. Nearly all the people I see praising it are very obviously only reading it for Bucky. And Zub is definitely fishing for the Stucky fangirls (he even tagged the Thunderbolts previews with "stucky).
Meanwhile the Thunderbolts fans I know seem to be lukewarm at best on the current on-going.
What I find frustrating is that Zub's assessments of the team and their dynamic in interviews is spot-on, yet it does not translate into his writing at all.
When the Dc Extended Universe eventually starts producing tv shows, what do you want to see be made?
Honestly? I'd actually like them to do some kind of Daily Planet or Gotham Central sort of drama where it's just completely normal people. DC has a lot of good supporting characters that have zero powers. It'd be a good way to keep costs down, maintain a bit of connectivity with the movies (the characters in the shows could easily be part of the background or supporting cast in the movie - Cat Grant, Maggie Sawyer, Harvey Bullock, Renee Montoya, Vicki Vale, etc.) and entice some good talent who would be interested in making a sort of police procedural or drama...
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And to think this all began as a series of variant covers and statues...
So, I finally got through with Spurrier's run.
It took me maybe 4 or 5 issues before it really *clicked*, but it was extremely good all in all.
Personally, I felt that the penultimate issue (pictured) was absolutely incredible.
At first I thought Spurrier lacked a handle on the characterization of Psylocke an Fantomex in particular, and Cable to a degree, but after I got a little further into the series their actions and thoughts made sense as they were developed.
Anyways, what does /co/ think about the run, and can we have an eggsfours thread? All eras welcome.
You ane me both, anon.
It's one of those runs I sincerely love because the things I like about it overthrow the things that felt off by so much.
Read Spurrier's interview he did on CBR when it was going, he really digs into the themes and motivations of the characters.
I liked it, even though a lot of people seemed to dislike it, especially at the time.
The problem of course being that when most writers have characters that don't quite line up, it's because they're shit writers.
Which is why it's a dumb idea to do what Spurrier did here and start in medias res with some characters behaving oddly for initially obscured reasons.
You just can't do that in todays comics. Sales weren't great and Spurrier really had to rush through the last few...
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What are some ridiculously overpowered characters that's powers change constantly due to the vagueness of it?
Magneto can be insanely OP at times. I just read a comic where he can control peoples minds through using the iron in their bloodflow to their brain and make everyone do whatever he says.
Didn't know if I should go here or /lit/ but let's start a children's books thread.
Did anyone else here have this set? Used them for bathroom reading and ended up knowing alot more useless information than my peers at the time. Fucking loved em, and the art gives a nostalgic feel.
The set was left at my grandma's house and when I went to visit as an adult, they were gone. Sold off in a garage sale. Would have loved to kept them for my own kids.
Another books series that I liked that went missing was this. Peter rabbit was such a little shit. Do kids today even know of these stories at all? Are there cartoons still being made of them today? If not, I feel like today's youth is missing out. The "bro" and "lol random" shit can only go so far.
Remember these? I swear they were in every doctor's office I went to as well as Highlights.
First look at Prometheus, the main villain of season 5.
>Start watching the show
>Think irs cute and decent for kids
>Discover what it was originally supposed to be
Man that sucks, I hope the creators get to reboot it into their original version
Pomeline v Colton: Civil War
>it's a "magic vs science" episode
"Okay /co/, it's time for the theme song"
Pizza Angel is the best Silly Song and if you don't agree I will fucking fight you.
How did this flop so fucking hard?
Kids just weren't interested I guess
Even from the poster it doesn't really look like the family friendly romp that a parent would take their child to. This, Book of Life, probably some others that don't come to mind, they're somewhat different to the usual Disney or Dreamworks film and it doesn't really seem to have much appeal as a result
You have Terror at your complete disposal to make him rape anyone/thing.
Who/what is his target?
>inb4: Trump or Clinton
Also, please refrain from posting spoilers for The Boys.
And read it if you haven't. It's amazing.
what's your favorite image comic?
Why is it so hard for costume designer to make this costume?
Blue Tint and Orange Tint fuck up the yellow into looking either green or orange, and the red can end up looking either super orangey or kinda mauve.
It's a color scheme that is fucking perfect in four color tones that were available when comics were originall a thing, but cinema cannot handle that shit. The only way you could make a worse costume is if you made the yellow and red all stripey down the lenght of their body, or had that scheme with polka dots.