I don't understand Brazilian, but maybe you do.
Think we will see Superboy-Prime again or did he died along with the old multiverse?
Thinking of that fight where Wonder Woman gouges her own eyes out so she can fight Medusa. So often the tension with female warriors isn’t the stakes of win vs. loss, it’s will their beauty be damaged, will their perfection as a potential mate be lessened by this fight.
Remember the last panel from Elektra: Lives Again? Matt Murdock is a bloody mess, and Elektra looks perfect. And yet SHE is the one that dies.
ITT: Characters you wish they went somewhere with.
Call me crazy, but there's a distinct lack of Iranian female sexual tension in animation for my taste. Kinda wish they followed that up for more than just two episode references as far as I could tell.
more brown girls is always a good thing
Really a victim of the show going less political and changing direction part way through the first season or second season (whenever Stan of Arabia was). I mean I'd be down for it but there's not really all that much you can get out of it.
They should at least do an episode about it though.
Since the thread we were having this discussion in was deleted...
Who would win?
>Evil villan shoots a blast of energy
>the hero holds up a mirror and it deflects back.
even a highly efficient mirror will shatter upon being struck by a powerful laser, even 1% of the energy delivered by a laser with the power of a .45 ACP will be sufficient to shatter a standard mirror, especially since it is all concentrated on one spot
I don't know if this thread belongs here, but did anyone actually like the this wonder woman? It was kind of upsetting not to hear one thing about the amazon, but just about everyone I know thought she was the best.
I have thus far really enjoyed Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman.
Is she the best actress in the world? No, does she have the correct physical presence of being feminine, elegant, yet incredibly dangerous? Yes, and I'm after that more than anything.
We had a good thread about this a few days ago, figured I'd share again in case anyone missed it. It's pretty damn good.
What did he mean by this, /co/?
wtf I'm gay now
Could we get a Brad Neely thread?
I loved his early work. The barely animated, if you could even call it that, style had a lot of character to it. His comics are a lot of fun too and he's surprisingly good at music.
Never understood the love for Queeblo, which is a good short. Wizard People, Dear Readers is a well put together bit of comedy.
China Il has a special place in my heart. The first season feels like him trying to translate his work into a new medium, while the later two seasons really allow him to expand on things and just be a Brad Neely TV show with Babycakes and the Professor...
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>Let's not be too hasty
What does /co/ think of this classic?
>it was an amazing cartoon that satisfied both children and adults!
>it was absolute garbage because it used pop culture jokes, and that dates it!
There, now enjoy 500 more of these two posts
Be honest: You hate him because he's popular and has been in the game so long dont you? Same with Slott
Just admit it. Omniverse gwen is the best loli
>Is there any more pic of gwen's pointy tits?
Lol you wish
What comic character has the largest thighs proportionate to their body?
Without cheating, name something about woody wood pecker without mentioning his laugh or how he wrote his name
now that its finished what did /co/ think of pirata and capitano?
You a Depth Charge guy or a Rampage guy?
B my gf?
>Says everyone should leave the island because it's being corrupted
>Fixes the corruption
>Everyone still leaves the island despite being "so happy on this island"
She didn't say everyone should leave, she said they needed to look for more fish further out in the water anon.
She only wanted to leave herself, she never had any interest in trying to make other people go too.
What a waste of a great premise
>gods, demi-gods, elemental creatures, monsters
>all we get is evil coconuts, giant enemy crab, and an ineffective lava monster
This movie could have been great, but instead it's just "okay".
Does anyone know what movie I'm describing here?
All I can remember is that the it is an animated set on a farm with a pig(?) as the protagonist. The pigs mother gets slaughtered and the piglet sees the slaughterhouse. This scared the fucked out of me as a kid.
I'm not talking about "Animal Farm", but the animation and style was similar to Charlottes Web (1973) and Animal Farm if I remember correctly.
I'm trying to find it and have searched google all over, but can't seem to find it.
Pic sort of related.
>protag is voiced by the creator.
In some comics, he walks? Can someone explain that?
Also, who wipes his ass? Cyclops?
>gets crippled by the alien lucifer
>gets put in a cloned body by the shi'ar after being infected by a brood queen parasite
>gets crippled by the shadow king
>gets healed by the scarlet witch when she takes away his powers
>commits suicide by cop against cyclops
when did you realize you were okay with this?
Can we get a Treasure Planet Thread going?
I remember reading reviews for this movie and almost every negative one had the same complaint: Ben.
Do you think the movie would have been better if they had axed his character or at least drastically changed it?
Axing him wouldn't have been good because Ben Gunn was an actual character from the book. So there's value in including him.
Changing him to be less obnoxious definitely would have helped, though.
Would a cartoon like happy tree friends still be viable in 2017 or is the bloodshed too much for the growing millennials who find everything a micro trigger.
I came across it again on youtube in recommendations, it's still fun to watch because it's mindless action with no preachy message or huge plot. All the shows today have a totally different structure.
whats a good x men run for a beginner trying to get into the franchise?
morrison's new x-men followed by whedon's x-men. that is 2000-2005 x-men more or less.
after that came House of M which is the greatest tragedy to happen to the franchise.
the best run is Claremonts, he made the X-Men the most popular best selling comic book and wrote them for 17 years, which is a lot of material to read. he also wrote new mutants.
I guess you could try to get the Phoenix saga and Dark Phoenix saga from him.
the most recent very good run is Gillen's Uncanny X-Men,...
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ITT: Shit you want, that will never happen because it would be absolutely fucking idiotic from a business standpoint.
>DC reboots movies Rule 63 style
>Bex Taylor-Klaus is Supergirl (Rule 63 Superboy)
So how does Bruce deal with the the long hours, night and day without any sleep?
Was she a draw?