This was surprisingly decent.
Shame it wasn't picked up for a full season.
Which do you prefer?
So, I was reading trough today's Boondocks thread, and was reminded strongly of another comic with a left wing radical revolutionary cynic protagonist (albeit, one who's a much older whiter gayer woman).
Who, if anyone here, remembers DTWOF (Dykes to Watch Out For)?
Aware of it, haven't read any of it beyond the Betchel Test strip.
However, I read her two autobiography graphic novels, Fun Home and Are You My Mother. Fun Home was terrific, while AYMM was hit and miss for the most part.
Do you also predicate watching the Boondocks on whether you support Huey's aspirations as a violent revolutionary?
30 years ago, Betchel quoted a friend's rule in her comic, and now it's all a lot of people know about her...
So does anyone get annoyed when people try to act as their headcanon is true even after it contradicts "word of God"? Case in point, when people tried to say Rose has slept with other humans before she got with Greg. It feels really pretentious when people do this shit.
Stephanie BTFO'd edition
What the actual fuck?
I feel many things right now. Confusion. Uneasy Laughter. Dread. Disbelief at the fact I watched the whole thing.
It gives you new insight on what was once considered a fun children's franchise,
while scaring the living shit out of you.
What are some minor characters you'd like to see introduced in the MCU through one of the shows?
Both of these would be neat to see in AoS
Maybe some of the Initiative kids too
Anyone of Spider-Man's many B-listers
I want it to be reviled that Strucker Jr has a twin sister
who took his body and had his skin turn into a sheath and handle for a swordand have her just called Swordsman
Titania just to see her and Absorbing Man tear shit up as a newly married couple.
And pic related.
Are we supposed to believe this guy did ANYTHING wrong? I don't get it.
He murdered the retiring black cop and destroyed all the evidence how Kilgrave can mind control people..... over his vengeance against Kilgrave.
Yeah, 'Roid Cap wasn't thinking anything through but that's how he rolls.
How would you make a modern D&D cartoon, /co/?
Careful. I'm contagious.
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Anyone still have their recordable VHSes laying around? Found some of mine earlier tonight so I figured I'd rip them for kicks.
But then you're writing over something else on a tape that's much shorter.
Had the SB Lost Episode earlier with some bumpers, kinda neat.
Do you think The Simpsons would be capable of a good episode tackling underaged drinking anymore?
It was touched lightly in Homer Vs the Eighteenth Amendment but never really explored past the vehicle for the Simpsons to fight Prohibition in its entirety.
let's fucking hope not.
they recently did an episode about e-cigarettes
an episode so bereft of fact it insulted me as a vertebrate
then just to rub capsaicin in the wound, the opposition in the episode was also utterly inaccurate. It's one thing to attack something harmless, it's another to make specific statements about what isn't being done that, in fact, is. and shouldn't be.
>demon battling her vampires
Does anyone else think that the special could have been twice as long?
>all just a dream
For some reason, I'm not mad when Alice in Wonderland does this. Maybe because it's the 'mother' to this idea?