So I rewatched this yesterday and holy shit is this superior in terms of capeshit quality. Way better than the 2008, despite what Marveldrones think. Story was a lot truer, it was a lot more emotionally aware (the moments between Bruce and his father and the revelations about their backstory were incredibly feelsy), the comic panel cinematography was great and the CGI actually wasn't too dated. Remind me why people dislike this again? After rewatching this, the MCU reboot just seems like a CGI shit fest with forced emotion.
The big climax made no sense because they cut two whole minutes of footage. Also, 2008 Hulk had a better Lou Ferrigno cameo.
So, everyone else agrees this show eventually became an underrated gem?
>Captain America's shield has existed for 74 years and it still hasn't been named
What are they waiting for?
-You ruined Ultron
-You ruined Loki
-You developed jokes instead of an actually good relationship between the members of a team
-Didn't introduce more heroes.
GLAD YOU ARE GONE FAGGOT, TOO BAD THE MCU IS RUINED NOW THANKS TO YOU AND NOW OTHER DIRECTORS HAVE TO RETCON THE SHIT YOU DID. YOU MADE THE AVENGERS LOOK LIKE A BUNCH OF KIDDIES IN A PLAYSUIT. STUPID KEK.
Joss was always a terrible ally though, I have no idea how he got the reputation as being a feminist in the first place. The whole twitter/avengers thing was really funny
Is Tara Strong the sexiest voice actor?
Seriously rereading this, every strip Joe's been in is gold. The guy's a walking quip machine and he's great.
I want more strips with Joe.
I love this guy. He's everything the comic hates yet he completely gets away with it.
Joe fucks women regularly, has tons of casual sex, and objectifies them. And nobody cares.
>Never ship characters
>Watch Tweek x Craig
>Can't stop shipping them
>Can't stop reading fanfiction about them
God damn you Matt and Tray, I would've been fine having not watched it.
I know, I'm in the same boat. I was really into SP when I was 11/12 but even then I never shipped anything because of the art style and the nature of the show. These two just fit each other so well personality wise. And the circumstances that caused their relationship are just hilarious but also interesting. I can't even watch older episodes without checking if they are in the same frame or next to each other (which they are pretty often).
Hi /co/, I just got a subscription to Marvel Unlimited and I'd like to know if anyone has any recommendations on what I should read. I'm not really looking for anything about one hero in particular, just whatever stories you think are really good and worth reading.
Pretty much the only stories I'm not looking to read right now are major events, which I'd enjoy more after getting to know more about the Marvel universe. So stuff like Civil War I'll just save for later.
I don't really care about whether a story is new or old or still...
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Alright /co/ you know what to do.
ITT: Cartoons only you liked
Here he is, /co/. The perfect Bruce Wayne, composed of all the other Bruce Waynes.
Here's the comic/cartoon half made up of 12 different Bruces. Those 12 were then morphed into those three and finally the ultimate comic/cartoon Bruce.
And here's a side-by-side of the ultimate comic/cartoon Bruce and the ultimate live action Bruce made of all the actors that played the character.
Was Raava the midichlorians of this series?
Post what you think is the best single comic page of the year.
Hard mode: No 2-page spreads.
THAT'S RIGHT BILLY I'M BACK AND I WANT YOOOOOOOU