>constantly bitching about everyone and everything
>keeps letting her emotions dictate her actions despite everyone else, even fucking Toph, thinking realistically and rationally about things because of the gravity of what they're doing
>potentially jeopardizes their mission more than once because of her selfishness and "need to help" attitude despite the fact that she was told more than once that stopping to help every single person who needs it would just slow them down
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>you will never work in a laboratory where everyone, including the men, accidentally got turned into a genetic copy of their hot female boss
Shay Veritas, Superman/Supergirl for those wondering
What could it be, /co/?
I consider this to be the first major publicity stunt the Simpsons ever pulled.
I'm pretty sure Maude was killed off to spite her VA before this happened, so that was closer to being (one of) the first. And the Critic crossover. Probably other stuff I can't think of right now too.
This is a really fucking bad episode though; that musical number is so awkward to sit through.
Ok. I mean, it definitely wasn't, but it's ok that you think that.
Let's have a Monster High/Ever after High thread.
Clawdeen really is the best isn't she?
New episode of TMNT in a few minutes
>When Lord Dregg hires a robo-shark bounty hunter to destroy the turtles, the team flees to an abandoned space station.
WE ARMAGGON NOW
Dregg is lame. In the intro he's always portrayed as being beaten by April and in the actual debut ep? April kicked his ass.
Any villain who is owned by April? Is a loser. Karai included because April has no business being competent.
>Shaquille O'Neil with Johnnny Bravo vs Seth Green with Huckleberry Hound in basketball
Are there any episodes of any show that you saw that felt like a bad fever dream?
Betty or Veronica?
tried this yesterday, didn't really catch on
if you had just one comic(series, single book, short story, anthology mag, doesn't matter as long as it's part of a single title) you could show to someone curious but ignorant about comics which in your opinion makes the most out of the medium, just one comic that you think of first when you think of genuinely exemplary comics, what would that comic be?
Is this person literate in the English language?
I recommend the wordless comics of Jim Woodring's "Frank" just in case they aren't.
>tfw no green crackhead gf
I am laughing at a Buckley comic.
What has HAPPENED to me?!
did /co/ enjoy Justice League: The New Frontier?
Mods are asleep, post Lapis.
It was enjoyable up until this asshole moves into the neighborhood from Detroit. I laughed when he pretended to kick the football and then pantsed Lucy, but it got crueler afterward.
Fuck Hollywood. Some of us didn't want to see a kid make cracks about Peppermint Patty and Marcy on the big screen. Parents were mumbling shit to their kids whenever he said something they didn't understand.
I'm really mad now.
VGCats' existence continues despite a world that does not want it.