Is it true?
What does /co/ think of The Adventures of Christ-Chan?
Since when is it illegal to tell people to do things.
Does that answer your question
Actually, it is a crime to tell people to commit crimes. Incitement to murder (which he is guilty of on multiple accounts) is the most popular but pretty much any kind of incitement counts.
Movie Doomsday will be Bizarro Zod. Thoughts?
Military comics, anyone?
Being an infantry(person) is hard!
You have to carry heavy equipment that weighs almost as much as you on your back, walk around with a rifle all the time, and endure shitty weather conditions, not to mention enemy fire and explosives!
Who would ever want a job like that?! (Except the tens of thousands of people worldwide who do just that)
Would B:TAS still be as popular if it started with its redone artstyle?
>Minnie seems cuter with skirts high on her body - showing a large expanse of her lace panties. The skirt should be starched and not hang limp
><----- The skirt is slightly starched and sticks up
What happened to their glorious return?
Why did they make Lex Luthor into a parody of Max Landis?
I used to buy physical copies of comics for ages, but I decided I finally want to convert to full digital. I'm a total novice in this matter, so excuse my ignorance. What online store should I use? I heard comiXology is the most popular - is that so indeed? Before I start throwing my money away, I want to be sure of two things:
1) that at least some of the money goes to the authors (not just to the store).
2) that the store's library is large and the store is stable, i.e. it won't close in a year or so.
I've heard comiXology has been aquired by Amazon. Is this good or bad?
What's /co/'s favorite Western?
Don't think I've seen that many actually, but this one is great.
I submitted two pitches to Frederator a couple years ago and got feedback from Eric Homan on one of them.
I want to try again now that I have some free time. What kind of cartoon would you guys like to see?
I don't need plots, just characters and a setting that would produce great stories. A couple of guys living together in an apartment won't cut it, it has to really stand out.
First comic: The Stonecutters
Haven't been on /co recently to see the reactions, but am I the only one who genuinely dislikes the Jessica Jones Netflix series?
Don't like Jessica Jones's actress.
Do like the series overall. Luke Cage was good. So was Purple Man.
Do you think Marvel will introduce Speedball? They dropped Hammond Labs as an easter egg.
Any good lesbian webcomics?
I remember i was reading one with an office lady and a younger girl then they move together, but i can't remember.
I think /lgbt/ has fairly regular threads about this, but only because I remember that being mentioned during the last thread of this sort
Just figured I'd give some actual advice before the inevitable "Moon over June" responses and /pol/ tier shitposting