Since the movie was shit and lacked a proper cohesive story (and the comic book)
What are some good hero vs hero marvel stories?
Return of Scott
What did they mean by this?
>In autumn of 1990, Rosato portrayed Nintendo's character Luigi on DiC's television show The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 (loosely based around the video game of the same title). He continued his role as Luigi in 1991 for the Super Mario World cartoon.
>On May 5, 2005, Rosato was arrested and charged with criminal harassment of his wife Leah, who asserted that his deteriorating mental health had caused her to fear for her safety and that of the couple's infant daughter. The charge was laid after Rosato complained repeatedly to Toronto and Kingston police that his wife, who had recently left him, and daughter had been abducted and replaced by impostors, a belief characteristic of Capgras delusion, a delusional misidentification syndrome with which the Crown's expert psychiatrist had diagnosed Rosato, according to Rosato's eighth lawyer, Daniel Brodsky. It was alleged that the harassment occurred from December 28, 2003 and escalated until April 21, 2005. In spite of the diagnosis, Rosato, who denied mental illness and refused to plead insanity, was held for over two years without bail at a maximum-security detention centre. Daniel Brodsky, who called his client's two-year detention awaiting trial "shocking," asserted that Rosato "spent more time in custody on a harassment charge" than anyone ever convicted of the offence in Canada, estimating that "on average, someone convicted of criminal harassment spends one day in jail and two years on probation." The trial finally commenced on August 7, 2007, in Kingston and it ended on September 5, 2007. In the end, the prosecution downgraded the charge to a summary offence from an indictable offence. Rosato was spared a criminal conviction and handed a conditional discharge, including a psychiatric hospital residence order, issued for a maximum of three years. Rosato was released from the hospital in December 2009 but remained on probation until September 2010.
Nova #11249-44396, reporting in.
Worldmind, do you copy?
I've got a bad feeling about this...
ITT: Shows with the most perfect openings ever
Your Thoughs /co/
AVENGERS DON'T KILL
While /co/, Bleeding Cool, CBR and Outhouse drown in their own rage after Civil War II spoilers
Bendis is celebrating all his Iron Man issues have sold out and getting second and third printings.
Must be tiring to win and stay winning all the time.
Who is this little guy, where have you seen him, what's coming out of his nose, and why?
Is there any better feeling in this dark, cruel world than finding a new series to follow?
post your /co/ shirts, /co/mrades
The more subtle, the better
Man most of my shirts are /v/ related
But it did have a pilot cartoon
that was really fucking bad
So why is Marvel writing out Black Bolt? What exactly is their problem with him?
I find it hard to understand. Many people don't even really like the Inhumans, and mainly care about Black Bolt. If you want more people interested, write in Black Bolt some more.
The guy is just not seen so much, which makes little sense to me. He's the guy who was at least king of the Inhumans, and he's the one that caused even more Inhumans to come about.
>Inb4 Marvel monkey paws it and reveals that Black Bolt is coming out as transgender
I'm really baffled by the Inhumans book. When it started, they for some reason acted like Crystal didn't even exist. Now they're trying to push out Blackbolt. The book has trouble landing its feet too with trying to find out which characters should get focus.
AND THEN THERE'S FUCKING MEDUSA.
Why is there so much spotlight on Medusa when she's clearly the most boring character in the entire cast?!
Was Kamala worth it?
As in, was her becoming popular worth all the ensuing girly and DIVERSITY stunts hoping to cash in on her hype?
>all the ensuing girly and DIVERSITY stunts
They called it "Batgirling" for a reason, m8.
>I've never heard anyone ever used that term tho.
"Batgirling was the internal phrase at DC Comics, inspired by the success of the revived Batgirl comic book – and Harley Quinn"
>This Show had 80 episodes
this was longer then the other Ben 10 Shows
So how will Rich Johnston respond to Tom Brevoort now?
What was his freaking problem?
He had a freak problem, not a freaking problem.
ITT: Fuck you, I liked it.
>tfw most if not all the original cast came back
>tfw the animation quality was decent
>tfw the songs
>tfw everything in this fucking film.
You're not alone on this OP. You most certainly are not alone.
ITT: Cartoons that make you cry like a bitch
I know Jerassic Bark gets thrown around as a teary episode, and don't get me wrong, I cry at anything sad happening to a dog on general principle.
But it's the Luck of The Fryish that got me way harder on a far more... well personal level.
I'm a shitty older brother who really misses the younger one.
I like how it's pretty much culturally accepted that if you watched this, you cried.
Anyone else feel like they could do his job better than he's doing it?
What I don't get is that Bendis is going with all sorts of minority report bullshit with Civil War, when it's ripe for addressing one of the most dogged morality issues facing super heroes: The use of lethal force.
Have a hero start by killing a total bastard like the Red Skull and decide that maybe, sometimes killing unrepentant mass murderers is an okay thing. Have another hero decide that slope to be too slippery and that the "no killing" line is drawn in the sand for a reason. Have different heroes take different sides, and you can actually have...
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Do they ever explain how Rhodey controls it?
ITT: GOAT Villain Songs
Watching Norm of the North right now.
This movie's really not that bad
>This movie's really not that bad
>really not that bad
>not that bad
How does /co/ feel about the new Samurai Jack?
An angry Juggernaut comes running at Steven universe with his bubble shield activated. WHAT HAPPENS.
If Steven is bubbled, Juggs launches that fucker into the stratosphere.
If Steven has the Rose Shield out, Juggs is diverted but doesn't stop. The unmovable stays unmovable, the unstoppable stays unstoppable.
>After the war, Krabs stayed secluded in a deep depression that seemed endless.
Explain to me the appeal of this series beyond just having cute girls and cool weapons.
So Marvel doesn't have only the worst writters of Big 2, but the worst art too?
I've been thinking.
would you be interested in a series, trilogy or so, of modern Roger rabbit films that play him off almost as Disney's Dr. Who? In that each one, he's ageless and has a new human companion. So that you get a weird sort of out-of-sync quality to him.
Have a prequel set during the end of the rubberhose/silent film era with a Felix the cat knock off as the villain.
Have one set during the sixties where Roger feels threatened by the changing role of toons in society and the rise of stiff TV animation, with a Josie and the Pussycats...
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I need some recommendations, /co/. Stories about superheroes that stay optimistic even as their world around them is falling apart or get back up after failing?
A girl I knew committed suicide and I didn't save her. I was her only chance and I failed.