I was born in 1997, what is this? Is it a good show?
Before this retarded thread gets hundreds of posts, OP's a faggot who keeps forcing this "I was born in 1997" phrase.
As much as I know this won't even fucking change anything, stop encouraging this mother fucker.
/co/, how did Marvel get so much right back in it's (70's-80's) heyday as opposed to now? Because it seems like practically every title released during that era was fucking stellar
>Frank Miller's Daredevil
>Roger Stern's Spider-Man
>Bill Mantlo's Hulk
>Mark Gruenwald's Captain America
>Walt Simonson's Thor
>David Michelinie's Iron Man
>Doug Moench's Moon Knight
holy shit you're right
There were also flops and misfires that were quickly forgotten.
Ever wonder it would be like if your favorite heroes turned into cannibals? This is Marvel Universe Versus. Going in this order, Wolverine, Avengers, then Punisher.
Pick someone to protect you during the out break, however they can be turned too.
Wolverine loves offing those he holds dear to him.
>Top 3 Marvel ongoing
>Top 3 DC ongoing
>Top 3 Image ongoing
Greetings /co/, have you fought for the users today?
Why did Gorilla Grodd's devolution machine work on the alien Superman?
/co/, can you tell me what it was like to follow Spazkid's work? Then and now?
I grew up watching his earlier shit, like Sonichu and Parody inferno, thought it was the funniest shit and his group of friends were your typical edgy 2008 Newgrounds teenagers, it was cool I guess, better than what he does now.
thank god im old enough to have been past my newgrounds phase to have ever seen him
egoraptor was my shit as a kid. he sucks now, and i still get a few chuckles at his older stuff. but he is dumb as fuck now.
I watched his Sonichu animation and some of his other work and I thought it was hilarious as hell. Watching again now, it's not as funny and it just seems to have a lot of gratuitous violence and sex. It's like a demented version of Ren and Stimpy.
Honestly, I'd love to watch a show that had that element of Ren's psychoticness and violence to Stimpy without the gross out humor or sex jokes.
Are there any series similar to this? Just finished it and i crave something with a similar sense of adventure and world building.
Can also be anime
Good evening owls of /co/,
I don't think we can top last night's Giffen issue, but we can keep going anyways
what's good today?
I nearly cried laughing at the first spread in Airboy, I admit
"I hate space Nazis!"
that one Space: Punisher page never gets old
"Darn you Commercial Break!" "Because of you, I couldn't simply Fly after Reactron right after I damaged his suit and weakened him!"
"Truly you are Supergirl's greatest enemy!!"
"Oh No! That dastardly Villain Commercial Break struck again!" "This Time he stopped my Cousin from taking him down easily!"
When is Marvel Television going to figure out what the fuck to do with this guy?
Because they think it's better than having a white savior, even though Danny absolutely isn't one. I mean he takes the power and runs, completely ditching his responsibilities and we even know that he's not even the best martial artist, the other Deadly Weapons are equal if not superior to him
Out of the dozens of /co/highschool settings you've seen, which one do you feel is most accurate to real life?
Which one resembles your own highschool experience the most?
Theres not many cartoons that picture high school in a realistic matter. Its usually exaggerated for entertainment purposes(token mean jock,smart nerds, dumb cheerleaders) since actual high school is pretty boring.
None, I've often wondered if American schools actually have jocks and nerds and drama geeks and stuff
In my school people didn't really fit into cliques like that, people were just friends with other people
Where are you from?
I'm american and while there were cliques like the jocks/pretty girls, stoners, nerds/geeks, and Mexicans, I't wasnt a big deal and most people were just "there".
>No one's talking about the new Spongebob episodes
>Kaz was a writer on one of them
>Patrick: The Game was the best episode in years
For shame /co/, for shame
Crazy to see Kaz write an episode after more than 10 years
He was a part of some of the series' best eps and brought a little dark humor to some eps like Chocolate with Nuts and the nasty patty episode
Haven't seen "Sewers" yet but I'm hoping he's brought back some wit to the show
Tonight's episode: Lost Souls
>Felicity is frantic when she learns that Ray is alive and being held by Damien Darhk. Felicity's guilt over not finding Ray sooner causes tension between her and Oliver.
Streams. (Updated and checked as of 10/07/15)
>Stream 1. (Link 1 works fine)
>Stream 2. (One link, THIS ONE IS THE BEST, usually comes online 10 minutes before the show starts)
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