Comic story thread: post plots/settings give your thoughts on others, ill start. Twist on the stereotypical haunted house. Guy moves to a new house to get away from his past, only to find its occupied by a ghost. Stubbornly refuses to be haunted and tries to teach himself black magic to harrass the ghost into leaving. The conflict between the two characters escalates into a battle of wills followed by occult hijinks. Eventually both characters become sympathetic to each other's situation.
Thanks! (I'm assuming you're not sarcastic) I feel like the idea has been done before though, I just don't know where
Fantasy setting where main character is a baby dragon. He meets a boy adventurer and they go on adventures and shit together, wandering the world, righting wrongs, and growing big and strong.
Then, one day they meet the evil tyrant who rules the land, a killer sheep-man with bloodstained wool from all the heroes he killed. When they defeat him, the boy wakes up. It was all a dream, except the main character, the dragon, was a dream. That's some M Night Shymalan twist, right?
Are the Crisis trilogy crossover events worth reading/owning?
>you will never marry CrazyBabs
Lee a shit. CAN'T QUEAN THE KEAN
>Jeffrey Dean Morgan Joins Walking Dead Cast as... Infamous Villain Negan!
What's the most cringeworthy /co/ ship?
Season by season the show would be.
Season 1: Taking place after the first tournament focuses on Ryu wandering and fighting new opponents introducing the cast until his eventual rematch with Sagat, and his first bout with Akuma near the end of the season.
Season 2 would focus less on Ryu and more on Bison and Shadowloo pissing off the world with evil reaching it's inevitable climax with the destruction of Bisons Shadowloo, the Death of Charlie and the seeds for the second tournament being set for season 3.
Season 3, would be the last season I'd care to do honestly, and it'd focus on the Street Fighter II tournament. The World Warriors would all be attendance and it would build till the reveal that Bison was still alive, and couldn't die until Akuma shows up and BTFO of Bison and the true final battle occurs between Ryu and Shin Akuma. Since nothing else would top this, Gill, Alex, Seth, Juri, Urien and Oro would be seen when Ryu does his post tournament contemplating about what a Warrior is, when thinking of future battles.
Pic related is a 1963 comic pinup that sold for $95 million.
Lichtenstein took pages from early 60s comic books and enlarged them and sold the prints. Other times he traced them and changed the dialog. Each of these is worth millions now.
The top 100 most valuable comics of all time in mint condition (including action comics #1) would be worth a fraction of what these individual comic prints sell for.
Yeah, Roy Lichenstein is a hack.
Can this post be about fine artists who have heavy inspiration from animation and comics? Is James Jean the only person to make the move from comic/cartoon arts to the world of fine arts?
>The top 100 most valuable comics of all time in mint condition (including action comics #1) would be worth a fraction of what these individual comic prints sell for.
But anyone on /co/ should know this just based on the fact that you said
>sold for $95 million
Since the articles about Action 1 and Detective 27 selling for like $3mil each are fairly recent
Find a flaw
Why, I do believe it's time for some obscure George Tuska comics!
But enough about me, how's your day been?
What does /co/ think of Big Hero 6?
Are you guys ready for the 11/11 update?
I sure can't wait for Hussie updating Homestuck again! 11/11 Anticipation thread!
Straight from the horses' mouth people. Comic Retailers on ANAD Marvel
I wish someone would double check to see if this is true, because I really doubt people would waste that much money on something they hate, especially when you can find the comics online for free.