>ITT: Shows with good opening songs
A new promo aired for the new miniseries that's coming to Cartoon Network from Nov. 30th - Dec. 3rd.
The miniseries was created by Sean Szeles who has worked on Regular Show. It consists of 4 episodes. Schedule:
Mon Nov 30 - 7:45pm - MS01 - Yule Scare
Tue Dec 01 - 7:45pm - MS02 - Punk Show
Wed Dec 02 - 7:45pm - MS03 - Snore Much
Thu Dec 03 - 7:45pm - MS04 - The Feast
Original pilot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCuiqaNicYg
What do you think, /co/?
Ladies and Gents, in celebration of my favorite American holiday I've decided to to post a collection of my favorite web comic.
Ugly Hill was a comic that ran from 2005 to 2009. It's website was redesigned a few years ago and only had an incomplete archive on it. Now the site is dead and I can't find an archive of the strip anywhere.
So in memorial I've bought a copy of the only print collection published (available on Lulu.com) that collects the first 200 or so strips and will "story time" them.
Sadly, probably due to the cost of color printing, the collection is in black and white.
Good evening owls of /co/,
Let's finish this run up
I know I'm early, but hey, I'm just glad I'm here at all
I want to get back into DC comics. In your opinion which are their best works that MUST be read from the last 5 years?
THE ABSOLUTE MUST
Swamp Thing (entire N52 run)
Animal Man (entire N52 run)
The Omega Men
Brian Azzarello's Wonder Woman
Greg Pak's Action Comics
Geoff Johns' Aquaman
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato's The Flash
Jeff Lemire's Green Arrow
Justice League from Forever Evil onwards
Justice League 3000/3001
Scott Snyder's Batman
Peter J. Tomasi's Batman & Robin
Just saw the Good Dinosaur. It was
The plot, from beginning to end, is very predictable. So don't expect any twists or surprises in the story. But the way it was executed was actually pretty unique compared to other Pixar films. This is probably the most darkest Pixar film to date. There are many violent and intense moments, which contributes to the film's uniqueness. Lots of heartwarming moments too, especially if you're a pet owner. All in all, it's basically the exact same Pixar story formula you expect, but with a very different flavor to it. If you want to be told the same old story but in a unique way, I think it's worth watching.
My only warnings are the Blue Sky Studio-tier villains that act way too over the top. As well as the rotten fruit. If you see them eat rotten fruit, brace for impact...
the dinosaur and the kid go on a psychedelic trip
visuals are pretty sick in this and the movie is a lot of fun . but it is point for point the lion king
-the Dadosaur dies early in the movie in a very tragic / traumatizing natural disaster
- the kid is for whatever reason exiled from his family
- there's is a pack of 3 goofball that bust his chops
- he sees a vision of his ghost dad that gives him the courage and wisdom to conquer his fears and save the day on a mountain...
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What are the best episodes?
ITT: Shit webcomics that you enjoy
it's on now fuckers
>it's a hero vs hero episode
Does anyone actually think Civil War will be decent? I expect nothing and am only going for titcow.
Alex is a C
>Mabel, I thought you were living a fantasy, but look at me.
>I actually thought I was gonna stay here and be Ford's apprentice.
>Spend my entire teens cooped up in a basement with a labcoat?
>How ridiculous is that?
>Phineas and Ferb ended
>Gravity Falls ending this year
>Wander Over Yonder is mediocre at best
The only cartoon I'll still be watching is
the show that must not be named.
What currently running cartoons can /gfg/ recommend a fan of Gravity Falls? How do Adventure Time, Stephen Universe, and Star vs. the Forces of Evil compare to GF?
>it's a hiatus week
>there are now kids growing up that will never know of a time when the only hiatus was the wait between seasons
On the eve of that day every year where we get stuck at the train station waiting for hours just to visit family and spend time pretending to care while Mom keeps ducking out to check on some fucking bird, let's see how the Justice Society of America, that premier super-family, spends the last Thursday of November.
In which Tom King continues the fine tradition of Lanterns in Peril.