Assuming you were a parent in the Marvel universe with a mutant child you didn't hate, would you send them to Xavier's/Jean's/who the fuck fuck ever's school for gifted youngsters given how kuch that place gets fucked with? All the sentinels, the child solider teams, ect? Or would you send them somewhere else like Scott or the brotherhood? Or just home school them?
>Trusting a teenager to not use superpowers at school
I was so ready for today's page.
I just watched an episode, an wow. What is this show? What did I miss??
How do you feel about Mabel Syrup's Hamster Huey and the Gooey Kablooie?
high as hell but lets do this.
sick as a dog yesterday but posting today
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Tonight's episode: Enter Zoom
>BARRY COMES UP WITH A PLAN TO DEFEAT ZOOM — After recent events, Barry decides it’s time to confront Zoom and comes up with a dangerous plan. Caitlin sides with Jay and deems it too dangerous for Barry to engage with the speed demon. However, Iris shows her support and brings forth a surprising ally. Wells reminisces about his life on Earth-2 before coming through the breach
Streams. (Updated and checked as of 10/07/15)
>Stream 1. (Link 1 works fine)
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Could someone please, pretty please, explain or summarize what the hell is happening in DC? Wasnt Batman a god in Justice League? Now James Gordon is in it too? Also, why this amazing art is so misplaced and wasted with this clusterfuck?
Who's the best KOTH character and why is it Bobby?
So what does /co/ think of tome?
It's been over for a bit now:
^Kirb's look back
I thought it was good
It was pretty much an Abridge of his TTA series with all the same characters but written slightly different.
It was waaay too rushed in comparison to the original material, and while it had better writing than the source material, TTA still managed to cover more ground and felt more like an actual series in comparison to TOME.
Ok I'm going to be honest here, I totally forgot i was going to do this today.
Is Panel to Panel from 2006, is mostly tons of artwork.
I hope I finish in time to funpost in the tv show threads later so let's get going.
What does this make you think?
How does it make you feel?
I feel like it would be better if it was "Crime MUST pay", because then it sort of turns it around to imply 'criminals must suffer the consequences of their actions', simply saying 'it does not' and then following it up with 'it must not' makes it feel kind of weak, emphatically, like the character doesn't have real conviction that justice (even if extreme justice) is a winnable cause.
I'm also curious what the source of this is and the context, I guess.
Which artists do you want to see more in comics?
sean murphy with a not shit writer
>Tsundere is a Japanese term for a character development process that describes a person who is initially cold and even hostile towards another person before gradually showing their warm side over time.
Who are the /co/ characters that fit this archetype?
>Bad People Don't Deserve No Love...
It's easy to get caught.
No one thinks that they're bought.
Everything can crumble and spread.
Watch out, folks, there's dark days ahead.
Stray Bullets #21-25 (or thereabouts)
And here we go, with another bonus Amy Racecar special to begin with...