>Minnie seems cuter with skirts high on her body - showing a large expanse of her lace panties. The skirt should be starched and not hang limp
><----- The skirt is slightly starched and sticks up
How much do you need to pay for this level of service?
I'll start: Lady Frenzy from The Bots Master.
> Bad fucking ass outfit design!
> Que the inevitable simplicity fags screaming she is over designed!
Why is Cap's Kooky Quartet the most fun Avengers team?
Because Cap and Hawkeye hating each other homoerotically > Cap and Iron Man hating each other homoerotically.
Why is /co/ so hyped for one but hates the other?
we know which on will sell
>A couple actually getting some action
>They behave like actual human beings, flaws and all
The comic updates a tad slow, but it does 'wacky slice of life' pretty well.
>Model sheet specifically says to avoid drawing Spongebob like a stiff box
>Draws Spongebob like a stiff fucking box.
>The estimated total sales for the 300 comics was 7,925,491 comics which is up by 1,675,994 units from September and down by 483,458 units from October 2014. Marvel Comics had the largest percentage of the top 300 comics with 52.67% of the total units sold followed by DC Comics with 24.92%.
>The top selling comic from Marvel Comics was "Invincible Iron Man (2015)" #1 in slot 1 with an estimated 279,513 units and for DC Comics was "Batman (2011)" #45 in rank 11 with an estimated 109,367 units.
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How is Martian Manhunter doing?
Holly is gonna lose it if she doesn't GET A GRIP.
What are your thoughts on Sabretooth
What exactly is this guy? The Stronger, Faster and more ferocious Wolverine? but this nigga is a serious fucking jobber. what exactly is his role? Poor guy, literally an anime boss where he beats Wolverine to pulp only to leave him alive so he could be beat the next time they fight
I like his design. Since I don't read Wolverine, I know eeeh, not much about his history. I know he's supposed to be Wolverine without morals and shit.
He jobs because he has healing. That's Wolverine's role in X-Men, anyway.
>What exactly is this guy? The Stronger, Faster and more ferocious Wolverine? but this nigga is a serious fucking jobber. what exactly is his role? Poor guy, literally an anime boss where he beats Wolverine to pulp only to leave him alive so he could be beat the next time they fight
Sabretooth, like so many villains, has a great design and gimmick, but has simply overstayed his welcome.
Logan and him have had a battle to the death that will "change everything forever...
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is this a ship?
Any pairing of two characters that has fan support is a ship, even if they're canonically together. Harry/Ginny didn't stop being a ship when it became canon. In Patty/Marcie's case, they're not canonically a couple because they're little kids and don't do any of that kind of thing yet. Maybe they'll grow up to be hard gay, or maybe Marcie is just painfully shy and hides behind the stronger personality of Patty. Given the tone and themes of the rest of Peanuts, that would fit better.
What are the correct pronouns for Swarm?
>The opening credits change to reflect plot progression.
What are the most important qualities in a well written villain?
Being relatable but not to the point of considering said villain as part of your own kin, since it would defeat the purpose of him being the villain of the story in the first place. As in his ideals are supportable, logical and realizable, but his means to bring fruition to his plan are questionable which bring yourself into conflict as in whether or not should the villain have your support. It is even better if the protagonist of the story is put in a similar situation, written as if he was trying to find a solution to the dilemma of his own rather than being a portmanteau for the writer opinions. Not that the writer shouldn't write according to his own opinions, but rather that he shouldn't make the characters of his story scarecrows of their presented ideals only to support his own viewpoint on the subject(most of the time using the MC as some kind of Mary sue/avatar of his ideals).
But anyway, I think the question you should have asked was what are the most important qualities of a well written story, since the villain doesn't make the entire story of his own. If he does, however, then he would be the protagonist, not the villain itself.
Why is there a lack of any DC comics toys being sold in stores?
I've also noticed that there are a bunch of Marvel games being made, like f2p RPGs and iOS shit and stuff, while DC only has the Arkham games.
I'm pretty sure kids can't recognize any of the Justice League anymore besides Batman and MAYBE Superman. Is DC trying to kill itself?
I see a bunch of Superman and Batman toys being sold at my local supermarket.
DC has DCUO, Lego, Injustice and the Arkham games, which sell very nicely.
Maybe it's just you who is being delusional, OP.
Injustice was one game years ago.
Superman toys have not existed since the movies, and they and the GL toys were famous for shelfwarming so hard they made DCs franchises completely unattractive to retailers
The only Batman toyline is a line of 5pa Batman figures that sells directly to outlet retailers like Dollar Stores.
DC is fucking dead.
It's because DC has no idea how to market anything that's not Batman, or Superman, while Marvel on the other hand floods the market with everything they can. I was at Safeway the other day and saw in the toy section a Scarlet Spider, Agent Venom and Superior Spidey toys all on display, along with a few threaded Hot Wheels cars, Ant Man had a taco van.
"Hey /co/, get in my mouth".