Just found out my dog has cancer today, /co/.
Can we had a funny/feel good thread, please?
Your opinion on the goth child, Lucy Loud?
Ever have one of those? This one came to me recently and I cant remember from what.
"LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, CREEPS, AND CREEEEPERS, GHOSTS AND GHOOOOOOOULS"
in a really extravagant fashion. I think it was a scooby doo and part of me wants to say its the racing one with dracula, but i'm not sure.
Shhhhhh!!!! I'm dreaming of page 10.
Can WONDER WOMAN save the fledging DC Cinematic Universe?
I mean, it's going to be four movies in then, right? Four. That's not really fledgeling any more, is it? Five if you want to count the misfire that was Green Lantern. You know if it hadn't flopped it'd be part of this mess as well.
How many chances do you give a stupid guy to stop being stupid?
Nope, but I'm going to watch it anyway.
I liked her theme song and thought she was the 2nd best thing for BvS, the 1st being the Batfleck warehouse scene.
I fucking loved it. It was everything I expected.
The Waller scenes were the best part. Her whole introduction tying into BvS/MoS was great. The world building was excellent. Batman was great. Batman v Deadshot in the alley was pure sex.
The only thing I wanted was an explanation for how Diablo and Killer Croc came to be.
It was a 7/10 and that's mostly because I felt they got the characters (as is possible in an adaptation).
Pacing was a mess and it felt like a lot of actually important to the plot scenes ended on the cutting room floor.
Boomer da best, Katana was wasted.
Any interest in a Bone storytime?
Why did God allow comics to exist?
Represent your hood, /co/mrades
Zoom went to George Mason University.
That's right there in the Fairfax/Burke/Springfield area. Close enough to where I used to live.
It's the best I could find.
Was Aaron's Doctor Strange run just a complicated way to neuter the character?
Oldschool Strange was a powerhouse because he was fighting gods and demons that were more powerful still. His powers were vaguely defined and prone to power creep or narrative abuse. This was partly what was blamed when his series was cancelled in the 90s; Marvel said people didn't find Strange relatable or didn't like the magical contrivances in his stories. So for years after his series cancellation, Marvel found ways to keep him in around but in check. He sells his soul. He loses the title of Sorcerer Supreme. He gets mind controlled. Etc. All so he doesn't overpower the baddies too easily in crossover books and whatnot.
Now, post Secret Wars we get our first Dr. Strange ongoing in over a decade. They have a chance to do just about anything in the wake of SW, since reality's been rewritten. Start over fresh. And what do they go with? Aaron's Strange isn't powerful. He gets called "the worst sorcerer supreme ever." He doesn't do the big scale magic of classic Strange or even the minor stuff like the Crimson Bands. Instead his magic largely becomes a matter of utility (teleporting, flight, etc) new stuff that's a bit atonal to old Dr. Strange comics, like all this pain-shifting business, and then for most combat sequences just summoning a magic weapon and hitting things with it. And the story ends with Strange powerless and all magic gone, freeing Marvel up to rebuild its universe's concept of magic from the ground up with a new Strange who's more of a loveable screwup with unreliable powers that fuck him over, as opposed to the arcane juggernaut he used to be.
Seems to me like the old 1996 mindset has won out at Marvel Editorial, that people don't like Strange stories where he's too powerful and his magic ill-defined, and they want him to show up in crossover stuff more easily, so they've knocked him down to Earth a fair bit and this will be the new normal going forward.
I wonder about that. We haven't seen strange do much magic in the trailers yet, but it's telling that when he's fighting he seems to be fighting in melee. There's one shot of him trading blows with Mads Mikkelsen in the middle of a city that's rebuilding itself, and another shot of him fighting up close with some sort of energy whip while Mads wields some sort of mace or something. Mordo carries a sword. In the movie prequel comic, all the magical combat was basically just martial arts...
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A week of new episodes of We Bare Bears concludes tonight at 5
>The bears audition to be the next mascot for their favorite cereal.
Yes, I just don't participate on the threads because they are weird.
Remember me, /co/?
I am so damn glad DC didn't cave into hipster nostaliafags and designed post-crisis Superman's costume without the retarded outside underwear.
Mods are asleep, post Disgust.
Reaction image thread.
Starting with some brand new fresh OC.
I really want to love Vote Loki but...
THE ART IS SO BAD!
Worse then Squirrel girl bad.
On a scale of 1-10, why haven't you added all YA books to your pull list?
I don't like Way using Jane
I haven't read Shade The Changing Man and would like to read that before Shade, The Changing Girl(yes, I know it's most likely not required, but I'm weird like that)
Cave Carson sounds great, but I hate Oeming
Mother Panic sounds nice and has GOAT art team of Tommy Lee Edwards and John Paul Leon. I hope what I heard about Shawn Crystal also doing art for it isn't true, that guy sucks and while TLE and JPL have a somewhat similar style, Crystal's issues...
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So just tell me then you can delete this thread of necessary. What WAS her deal? Was she just pissed that the humans made Gods into mere mythos orrrr...?
She did literally nothing wrong. Bring her back right the fuck now.
She didn't even give the Friendos a chance to Call It. It wasn't right.
Continuing from last night's thread, which is archived here:
The classic "Adult Legion" story from Adventure Comics #'s 354 and 355, from way back in 1967! This story is infamous for hanging over the Legion of Super Heroes continuity like the Sword of Damocles for decades.
And now, on with Adventure #355!
Whose regime was the best ?
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>Christina Miller (2014-)
Notable accomplishments: Not being Stuart Snyder
Is Marvel killing off their x-men franchise? what's the point of this mini series? Someone explain to me what's going on with the x-men.
I'm not saying killing Max was a wrong thing to do, but couldn't Wondy just knock him out, then take him and place some psychic inhibitors on him like they did with Dr. Psycho?
Because supervillains totally can't escape from a maximum security prison ever other week. It is a revolving door policy with the villains. They go into prison one week and out the next. Killing Max Lord was the best solution available since he could easily mindrape Superman again.
Is this the weirdest stereotype in media?
Is there a more dangerous character in the entire MCU than 616 Reed Richards if he decided to just end it all and take everything down with him?
What are the best/worst golden era Adult Swim shows?
Cowboy Bebop and Space Ghost: Coast to Coast defined [as]'s anime and original programming, respectively.
They've had plenty of top tier programming in the beginning, but having these two shows cemented the block as its own channel, seperate from Cartoon Network.
Why are so many people obsessed with the concept of romantically pairing two fictional characters together even if their chemistry has been proven to be incompatible? It's just mind boggling how someone could let something so mundane and insignificant in a show or movie and let it rule their lives?
Anybody got any foreign movie recommendations. Basically nothing from the US, UK, or Japan.
I watched Ku! Kin-dza-dza! a few weeks ago and enjoyed it. I've been told it's inferior to the original Kin-dza-dza! but that one's not a cartoon.
Objectively, was it a good show?
What will the DCEU look like with Goeff now in charge?
Hard to say, he has the right sort of vision (like he is basically editing every Rebirth book and that's generally going well) but WB executives will likely meddle in things anyway and possibly ruin it.