Tell me. Would you watch a primetime/Adult Swim cartoon starring GEORGE LIQUOR, AMERICAN?
Which superheroes have made the worst decisions in their lives?
>The character's real name is cooler than their codename.
All these Jessica Jones threads got me to thinking about it.
Who else falls in this category?
Did anyone ever think Deathstroke was a cool name? Especially with that title of "the Terminator"?
Post 'em if you got 'em.
...Uncanny NotMutants #2.
RealMutants win again.
Will Perlmutter finally die and take his shit Donut Steel-Men with him or must we suffer more?
I should have and actually meant to, but just forgot to specify digitally:
So more people bought this to read it versus buying to have one or two of twenty special variants to sell.
Say what you want about Blue Sky, but they shine whenever they do adaptations.
They go so above and beyond to make sure it stays true to the original source material where most studios are content to stick beloved characters in fart-joke oriented cash grabs. The amount of research, attention to detail and nods and easter eggs in Peanuts was absolutely staggering.
Why don't they do more adaptations rather than doing more shitty Ice Age and Rio sequels?
>Say what you want about Blue Sky, but they shine whenever they do adaptations.
>Implying their version of Horton Hears A Who was good
Really OP? One post and you fucking bail?
ITT Characters that constantly get jobbed to make other characters look good
How exactly does magic work in Marvel?
Like how some just wave their hands and say words while others need to harm themselves to make things happen and how some get exhausted from it while others it seems to be as natural as breathing.
Everyone does it differently. Strange makes deals for certain powers, Loki crafts a story and fools the universe into believing it, SW uses Hexes and manipulates probability, VooDoo uses dead spirits I think.
Just follow your nose!
Fun fact. Maurice Lamarche has been the voice of Tucan Sam for over 27 years. He's also known for
On Inspector Gadget
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ITT: Characters you weren't sure were a boy or girl as a kid
Ed Edd n Eddy thready
Let's do a Wander Over Yonder Thread.
So just started watching Steven Universe, and I gotta say, aside from the musical bits at times... this show is actually a really good watch. Will it get longer story arcs? I'd love to see things carry over from episode to episode.... Also is there an episode that explains how Steven met the gems? From what I've seen, it doesn't really explain where they came from, but I'm only about 10 episodes in, give or take.
It's pretty episodic until around 25-26, which ties several plot pieces together and generally moves the plot in a certain direction. It's gets a little "dramatic" at times past that point, which caused some people to miss the more casual, silly episodes earlier. Overall I think people enjoy the show much more once you get to the midseason finale.
Spoil me motherfuckers What sick, depraved, evil things does Purple Man do in the new Jessica Jones series?