So apparently The 7D started a 2nd season and I haven't seen /co/ talking about it. Looking like this season Hildy spawns another generation of awkward fetishists.
Guess most of us lost interest when the fanart stopped coming. A shame too since I would've liked to seen more.
>got the entire BPRD series on a whim
>I just finished Plague of Frogs, a couple of days later
It's amazing, are there any other comic book series as good? I mean Jesus, the last few numbers lack HB himself and shit is still gripping.
>the last few numbers lack HB himself and shit is still gripping.
Actually the absence of Hellboy is what made this book so good, because that's the only way we coud see how amazing are the other characters
We all agree that the best Tom & Jerry era was 1947-1953?
Could anybody recommend me some comics with self-destructive Characters/ Lone Wolfs?
It would also be good if the Character never fall in Love.
How would you react if you saw yourself in the future being whiped by yout nemesis only because you almost came late for work?
Well, probably like Dexter reacted.
>tfw no download on portuguese to whatch with my little brother
Kid Miracleman has invaded the universe of the last comic you read, does that world have a reasonable chance?
Hey guys what's up on this rock?
Guilty Pleasures thread
Pic related is the reason why I watch it
Did Superman ever talk to Statue of Liberty again in the comics?
why does metropolis and new york both have statues of liberties
or does just metropolis have a statue of liberty in the DCU???
I assume it involves a time traveling superman who has a second one built for an extended prank
>yfw Johns ripped off the three Jokers thing from Arkham Knight
>yfw Old Man Joker = Oldschool Joker, Charismatic Joker = Killing Joke Joker, Woman and Violent Jokers = Gay Edgy Joker
I just blew your damn mind, didn't I?
Did /co/ like Gotham Knight?
Personally, I'd love to see more of these anime anthologies for different capes
Here just two issues about an awful trashy 80's parody of Tom & Jerry, it's apparently an inspiration to Itchy & Strachy from the Simpsons.
Draw Cap's face
Posting some Cap on his job to fund the Avengers as inspiration.
I swear, one time in like the 4th grade they showed us a cartoon Stranger Danger PSA that was hosted by Spider-Man.
It looked like it was animated in the late 80s or early 90s. It followed a group of latchkey kids heading home from school, dealing with things like not getting in stangers' cars or where to safely keep your house key. Every so often, Spider-Man would websling in to remind the audience what they had just learned.
I can't find a whiff of this tape anywhere online. Did anyone on this board see it also?
There are two scenes I distinctly remember:
The first is when the kids are just leaving the school. An old guy (looks like a bad cartoon Einstein) pulls up in his car and calls one of the kids by his name, saying "I know your parents". He asks if the kid can get in his car and give him directions, saying "I think I'm lost", and that he and the kid will get ice cream later.
One of the other kids tells him "Go ask another grown-up, not a kid", and the old guy drives...
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What episode made you quit watching new episodes of SpongeBob?
What are the dumbest things you've seen on /co/
>Geoff Johns ruined Freeze in New 52
This is better for his character, because otherwise you have the stupid MUH NORA plot everytime. Of course it gave him depth, but you can only go so far with this premise and not have him suceed, and when he does, what now? You lose one of Batman's villains?
This shit looks fake as fuck. Why do people fall for these things?
What do you think of drills?
So this guy was a total fraud, right?
Just found a weird cartoon on yt, anyone knows other things like this?
Good evening owls of /co/,
now that's a big gun
mostly "snoozing and writing" day for me
still gotta write
Comics you loved the first time you read them, but couldn't love as much in future read-throughs
sorry dude /co/ does not read comics just go to wiki, worst they don't even read wiki from indie comics since read indie comics is kind of hipster and robots want to be contrarian.
You will not enjoy reading Sweet Tooth agains since all the substance is to find out the ending, since you now the ending now it won't be the same.
>this SpongeShit is all over Nick now
It's over, guys. This cash cow's gonna kill the network. This'll get 9 seasons and 2 movies while a better show like Angry Beavers or KaBlam gets a season or two at best.
>Gonna kill the network
>Because the decade of ugly fucking pastel coloured unfunny shit didn't do that already
>Because axing Invader ZIM wasn't burning the last bridge off shit island
>Them over hyping spongebob is a new thing
You don't actually watch cartoons or even TV in general, do you?
>poor kid's rocko
>and the show that spawned angela
No, spongebob's only real competition at the time was Rugrats and Invader Zim (the latter was cancelled in favor of spongebob dude to Jhonen spending the budget all on cgi.).
Reed Richards is a pretty cool guy,, but i can't stand him with the rest of the F4 they bring him down, the family dynamic is just not for me
Are there any good comics where he's alone or just in a team without the other three?
>Are there any comics PERIOD where he's alone or just in a team without the other three?
No. If "the family dynamic is just not for" you then FF is not gonna be your kinda thing. That's 100% what they're about.
>They bring him down
They lift him up actually. That's why Doom hates him so much, because despite being the ruler of a small country and sceientfic/magic genius, he isn't happy becaise he doesn't have the relationships that Reed have
Should we have a retro /co/ board to discuss pre-2000 comics and cartoons?
No, you retard. The last thing we need is to make this board even slower just because imbeciles like you browse it by refreshing the first page instead of using the catalog and don't see any threads they like.
>ironically ship something to piss people off
>start unironically shipping it
wtf I hate Gravity Falls now
come on, you all know the best ship is this one.
Does anyone else feel as though some of the personality changes have actually been better for the show?
I think one of the biggest complaints I hear about modern Family Guy is Stewie no longer being an evil genius but sort of a queer, which to me is definitely one of the more positive changes.
Watching some of those early Family Guy episodes Stewie was a one trick pony, typically he'd be used for a one off gag in which one of his inventions, concealed as a toy, would just miss Lois either resulting in someone else being killed or an adult taking it away....
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Why judging comedy shows with hipster arguments for trying to prove you are intelligent and you have more patrician tastes than normies?
>Stewie was a one trick pony, typically he'd be used for a one off gag
Filthy Hipster, stop critizing like a hipster.
why was Satan in powerpuff girls?
>a Horny Red Guy
I'm not a jive-ass demon, Honey.
You mean Tokyo?