By the power of Thundera.
>When thunder and lightning combine, it makes for a storm. But this fall, DC Comics has its own elemental clash in the works starring two animated icons.
>CBR has learned that the publisher is prepping a "He-Man/Thundercats" crossover series, pairing the popular '80s toy and cartoon franchises for the first time. Launching in October, the six-issue limited series will be written by Mattel Head Writer and Masters of the Universe Lead Creative Rob David and Supervising Producer Lloyd Goldfine...
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Is this any good? What did you think of it?
I'll take the case!
Image fresh from >>>/wsr/
Why not have surgery to make himself deaf?
That would prevent the whole code-word control, right?
This is going to be the best live action comic movie Joker we have ever seen.
Prove me wrong
>Pro tip: You can't
What was so great about him, again?
No. NO. You will NOT take this away from me. You assholes have torn this movie apart, piece by piece, he's the only good part left. Just let me have this. JUST LET ME HAVE THIS ONE GOOD THING. FUCK YOU AND FUCK MOUSE SHILLS
This is Best Alfred.
The only Alfred worthing of licking his polished shoes is old Television Alfred.
The A-list attempts at casting Alfred have been terrible.
Well, he was played by Jeremy Irons.
That tends to save any character.
Even that fucking terrible Dungeons and Dragons movie, Jeremy Irons as the evil wizard bad guy was the best part of the film, because he was chewing the scenery so hard they had to change sets.
He just has a terrific stage presence and a great voice, so he does a lot with even terrible direction and shitty lines.
It's a little weird to me that Titania, a supervillain, has had a more stable and long-lasting relationship than most Marvel heroes. Her marriage with the Asborbing Man even outlasted Peter Parker's marriage to MJ. You'd think supervillains wouldn't be paragons of fidelity, and yet here we are.
Why haven't you met Constantine yet?
I dunno. I'm a huge Hellblazer fan. I've met Spider-Man, though.
>go to con
>see best Spider-Man cosplayer I've ever seen, looking at a Batman comic
>someone mentions Spider-Man
>he looks up, tilts his head
>"Did somebody say my name?"
>in the exact voice I hear in my head for Spider-Man when I read his comics
So it turns out Colonel Sanders is a multiverdal constant,
This is fucking canon
And it is awesome.
ITT: shit shows/movies you liked as a kid
That's a bit difficult... I mean if you liked it, is it really shit?
Are you asking for things we thought we liked but when viewed again as jaded, experienced adults find they've aged abysmally?
Because if that's the case, pretty much 50% of everything that ever came out of Hannah Barbera is my answer.
Why the manbun in BvS? Ezra looks perfect as Barry here?
Zach is also very obsessed with his versions of heroes being "his vision" of them
He will do his best(worst?) to make sure they stand out to where he can say they are what he envisioned
Now that the dust has settled can we all agree that black Jewish Jimmy Olsen is best Jimmy Olsen.
This guy is supposed to be "the good character" and the "voice of reason" on his show?
because it's just another wannabe Malcolm X conspiracist marxist obsessed by his own race, acting like internet WE WUZ and clearly racist against white people, but i don't know, he's depicted like the "good side".
Lot of folks from all walks of life go through an angry activist phase in their teen years or young adulthood. Lot of the causes and methods they latch onto are pretty stupid. Doesn't mean they weren't genuinely trying to do good. Just unfortunately difficult for some people to relate to if they waited till their mid-30's to have their version of it, and it consisted of playing buzzword bingo on an anonymous website on the internet.
He isnt "the voice of reason", he is the straith man, which is a different thing. He is suppused to act serious and to think before doing something, in reaction or in contrast with the other characters, to create humor and advance the plot.
A character being show to have more common sense, DOESNT mean that everything that he says is right. The show expect you to know the difference, but looks like some people are too stupid to get it.
So /co/ I learned about this show, Bunny Maloney. A French Cel-Shaded style cartoon that premiered in 2009. As far as I know it wasn't ever brodcasted anywhere over to the USA (if I'm wrong please correct me), but does have an English version oddly enough.
If you've seen it would you recommend watching it? Do you prefer the French or English version?
Post female characters getting their boot removed
without their consent.
Things shows got away with on TV.
TVMA shows don't count.
I still can't wrap my head around how this passed censorship. I mean, it's not even trying to be subtle about it.
Neither is "scheiss" but that didn't stop Cartoon Network from bleeping it on Evangelion whenever Asuka says it. Oddly "scheisskopf" is said by Oglethorpe on ATHF way back in the first season.
Really curious about the character and would appreciate sny recommendations
Would you watch it?
Would fucking subscribe and buy all the merchandise.
RUSSELL CROWE ACTION FIGURE
HE SWEARS AND FIGHTS LIKE THE REAL THING! WITH OVER 100 QUESTIONABLE VOICE RECORDINGS TAKEN WITHOUT HIS PERMISSION!
Why is she so
Steve Blum voices the villain in today's Lion Guard episode. It technically became available to watch on Monday, but since it's only premiering on television today, I figured a thread was still warranted. We might also get a preview for next week's episode, which should mark the return of the jackal matriarch.
The episode will start in just over an hour on Disney Junior. It remains unfortunate that Disney made the show a preschool show, but as far as how it is written, it could be a lot worse.
Lets play a game.
Pick a book series or character you really hate,then name a creative team that would make you read it.
For me: Teen Titans, hasnt been good since they were ripping off Xmen in the Bronze Age and dull at best now.
If they got Greg Weisman, Judd Lynn, Urobutcher, George RR Martin, Grant Morrison, Scioli,or Kobayashi to write it I would have to check it out.
Artwise, Abbadon, Frank Quietly, James Stokoe, Bryan Hitch,Esad Ribic
>Morrison and Fabok
I'd post MARRY ME GODDESS in every thread.
Who are they? Post their work.
The lack of photorealism ain't the issue. He can look good when he tries but when he's crunching out pages he cuts hella corners.
Remember that funny movie where the dog dies?
i wish i could forget
that movie still haunts me to this day
You are so bad, you could play for Latvia.
Is she your waifu?
>she turned out to be Gilbert Gottfried
That is my fetish.
Are any of these artifacts presented here preexisting. It could be interesting to read about various magical artifacts.
I'm particularly interested in the tank
With better writers i belive that he could be the best superman villian.
Why is he so underrated?
Am i alone?
He is a personal enemy of Clark Kent. I don't belive the are alot of those around. He is could be a batman like villian if used right.
He is MADE of Krytonite. How is he not a main villian?
I've never heard of him, but that's one of the coolest designs I've ever seen. Why haven't I heard of him before, a design like that could be an icon. I'm exaggerating but he is still really fucking cool looking. I love that he's a knotted mass of cables, that's a clever way to tie the name to the design.
I don't understand. Is this a parody or the author think this shit is for some reason serious and not completely ridiculous?
Obvious parody. You can tell by how OTT elaborately it imitates the kind of language SJWs would use. If you've seen far too much of this shit happen between real people who were being completely serious, this comic is pretty lulzy.