Are you hyped /co/ ?
Floppies are stupid, why does the industry revolve around them still?
They keep LCSes and Diamond in business. Diamond has a stranglehold on the industry. If Diamond goes down, you can be damn sure that they're going to rip everything down with them.
Likewise, they're a way to keep a steady flow of income coming in for publishers whereas an all trades model would be less malleable.
What are some of the dumbest /co/-related theories you've heard
Hard mode: no coma/purgatory theories
That beyond retarded article about how Batman in BvS is Deathstroke
I won't even bother to look for it and link it because I don't want to give any views to the imbeciles that ran this theory as an article and gave it more attention that it has any right to have.
What's /co/ opinion on the new ThunderCats?
He does it again!
How He-Man could bacame so popular? When I was a kid this show was so fucking boring for me and I couldn't for ending because after He-Man there was Inspector Gadget.
Animation is shit, very static and poorly drawn, no even cool visual effects
Dialogues are shit, very cheesy and cringeworthy
Plot is boring and not exciting
Because you are an idiot Masters of the Universe is one of the most awesome Fantasy franchises ever created. Barbarians, dinosaurs, dragons, trolls goblins, snake men, combined with cyborg, aliens and advanced technology. Basically it has everything.
Darkseid War Green Lantern preview
Get ready for delicious King/Shaner
Are there any good comics with an overly sadistic protagonist?
Like someone who instead of killing his enemy would cut off all their limbs and cauterize the wounds?
What is your favorite comic logo, /co/?
My favorite is the DC logo from the 80's and 90's. It looks like a badass stamp on the comic, like a seal of approval.
bold and simply classic
quiet contemporary and with a good concept behind (too bad DCs inhouse-team is too dumb to use it properly)
looks more like something sport- or washing powder-related
What the flying fuck?
why was it so hard for man of steel to accept super boy. He accepted him in the end of season 1 of young justice but nothing super boy did was different, he saved the day with his team like he always do.
also why call him brother when it's obliviously his and luthor love child.
A better question is, why hasn't Superboy become his sidekick yet? It might be cool for Supes to have a younger, more brash, Luthor dipped version of himself around. He could be kept grounded by someone that isn't afraid to tell him like it is, and Superboy could really use a good role model. It might be overkill for there to be two Kryptonians flying around at the same time but I'm sure there are worthy adventures out there for them.
There could even be funny side moments like Superman coming home to his fortress after a long battle to see that Superboy...
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Greg Weisman maybe didn't like Superman so he thought making him a dick was a good idea?
Why, I do believe it's time for some obscure George Tuska comics!
But enough about me, how was your weekend?
>It's a Belcher kids episode
Seriously, I love Bob's Burgers, but it struggles to find it's audience. Is it for adults? Is it for kids? What the flying fuck?
I think its aimed at people that are tired of adult animated sitcoms always having to push the boundaries and rely on shock humor, celebrity cameos, and mean-spiritedness.
too bad it's just not that funny
>Slave Name/That's OUR Word jokes
Bring forward all you you have analyzed, all the hidden Easter egg's and so on