Garfield is recently getting as dry as modern Simpsons.
Why the fuck have both not died yet?
Was Elmer ever even in The Looney Tunes show outside of cameos and that one Merry Melody?
In 1998 Tom Brevoort's office at Marvel published "Rough Cuts" for the first issues of the relaunches of Avengers (Busiek and Pérez) and Thor (Jurgens and Romita Jr.) with the scripts and pencils. I thought I'd post these because they're kind of an interesting look at how Marvel comics used to be made before they overhauled the production process in the early 00s.
The comics had the pencils and then the scripts, I'm going to post the scripts first.
In 1998 most Marvel comics were still produced Marvel style, meaning the scripts were not full scripts - the writer gave the penciller a plot, the penciller worked from that, and then the writer wrote the dialogue over the finished pencils. The Marvel method was pretty much standard at Marvel until the early '00s when writers and editors started arriving who did not like working that way (indie writers like Bendis...
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So instead of a full script, the writer would write out a synopsis, which was more detailed than it was in Stan Lee's day (he would basically just give the penciller two sentences over the phone and let him figure out what happened).
But you can see that Busiek gives Pérez a lot more leeway than a full script would, he doesn't even give him panel breakdowns. I believe he also wrote this way for Mark Bagley.
"No, Star. I am your father" edition
I didn't need my eyes anyways...
Just a reminder that The Fix is still not in
It's almost Christmas time /co/, so I was wondering what is everyone's favorite Christmas episodes/specials of /co/ related shows.
Pic related is one of mine.
Just saw this earlier and honestly it wasn't bad at all, yet another victim of bad advertising and unwarranted Lucas hate.
This show is bad. Like, I've been hoping it was going to get better but fuck, it's fucking bad. It's all the bad parts of The Clone Wars without the good.
What a time to be alive!
>Alvin and the Chipmunks 4
>coming out December 18
Finally saw the Peanuts movie, and I found it was just 100% perfect. Can we have a Peanuts thread?
What did all of you think about it?
Can we have a Meg thread?
Classic South Park (seasons 1-10), or modern South Park (seasons 11-19)?
I'll get back to you when I'm done marathoning the series (Currently on Season 4).
What happened to Daffodil?
Why does he wear the mask?