What was his fucking problem?
hey its whatserhername ...steven?
hey pasq is actually sorta getting better
the worst season of South Park
>It's a weight gain episode
>It's a mind control episode
>It's a shrinking episode
>It's main character turns into a different creature episode
How did this show manage to get away with all of this and more?
>reality alteration episode
The best kind of episode.
The Maxx is on Mtv classic right now.
So Maxx thread?
Spider Woman = Wonder Woman
"Ol Stabby comes up with a contrived reason for Not-Garnet to hang around with Not-Bubblegum" edition
>We mass effect 3 now
Also, whoever called this, take a bow
man, I love comic books
Was it worse then Spider Man 3?
So does this show suck or not? I just started the first episode now that it's streaming on Netflix and, while it's not on the level of TAS, it seems watchable. Like someone blended up the 70's comics by Adams and O'Neill with the 60's TV show, albeit with some needlessly "xtreme" elements. Also not feeling the cops. Are they OC's?
Its the most mixed bag Batman incarnation I can think of. The biggest praise I can give it is that it tried to do new things with characters we've seen a hundred times over. Manic Joker had his funny moments, Mister Freeze had a great design but also butchered his character, and the Dracula special was fun. Perhaps my biggest disappointment with the show is that D.A.V.E never became a breakout character
Early on it suffers from trying way too hard to be different from BTAS, but by season 2 it finds its footing.
There's an emphasis on action, and the animation/choreography rivals Spectacular Spider-Man (I'm pretty sure there's a large amount of crossover in the staff, I know there is with the writers at least).
The TV movie where Batman meets Dracula is fucking amazing.
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs the tv series
I'm a punk rock prom queen
Charas you think have a lot of potential if they had a definitive run.
Hulkling. Not only is there the whole thing with his parentage and being the heir to to massive space empires, both of which hate each other, he's also one of, if not the only superhero who is a legit shapeshifter, and not just a Mr. Fantastic-esque stretcher.
Honestly, considering the *reason* Spider Woman was created - Marvel claiming copyright so no one can mooch off Spider-Man's brand - she's been treated amazingly well and not like a throwaway character at all.
>The Misfits, then the Stingers, then Jem
>In that order
Also, Kimber is best girl
Misfits = Jem and the Holograms > Stingers
Roxy is the best girl
>there are people browsing this board RIGHT NOW that preferred Boomer over Snaps
I like Wheels because he is the least likely to escape from my basement
Underrated/obscure villain songs?
Here's some more, to get us started: https://youtu.be/n6ai7Rtn-NA
/newfag/ here, what is the best sonic comic series and why?
You dare rise against me? The human era is over. The mutant era has come.
Comics "journalist" Jude Terror examines why!
>On Wednesday, Eisner Award winning website Comic Book Resources posted a fifteen page slideshow listicle titled “X-Men: Why Generation X Was THE Mutant Comic Of The ’90s.” Arming ourselves with the most advanced adblocker technology we could get our hands on, we braved all fifteen slides to see what CBR had to say, and came away with a shocking conclusion: CBR hates Generation X creator Scott Lobdell.
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>It’s tempting to think that perhaps CBR isn’t mentioning Lobdell because of his past indiscretions with sexual harassment. In 2013, Lobdell was famously called out for inappropriate comments made he made to cartoonist Mari Naomi at a comic con panel. Naomi kindly didn’t name Lobdell in her post about the incident, but Lobdell named himself soon after when he apologized. However, as noted above, CBR mentions Brian Wood twice despite his widely publicized issues with Tess Fowler and subsequent defense of all accused sexual harassers in a newsletter...
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Just saw it.
Never thought I'd give a damn about a c-list (d list?) superhero.
Anyone else found yellow jacket's death pretty gruesome?
Anyone else think he was a better villain than ultron?
The Avengers weren't even A listers until the MCU, calm down.
Also no this movie was pretty shit, and by shit I mean it was exactly by the books MCU....at this point I expect them to deliver something new, just making an "ok" or passable film isn't ok anymore if it's the same exact movie they did before....each time the re use the same formula the less acceptable it gets
So was this a good adaptation of the classic Christmas story?
Can we get some dark, existential, or just down right depressing stuff that was in kid's media? Can be movies, comics, cartoons, whatever.
She spies on Jessica a lot
Why is this allowed?
Why did her parents divorce?
If your daughter ended up looking like that you'd have to blame someone.
Barring the presence of nearby toxic waste dumps you'd only have your spouse to resent for their obviously inferior genes
That resentment grows until you have to split