>Walk into a panel room
>Everyone sits down
>At the table sits nothing but the symbols.
>The previous Alfred walks out and says "I'd like to present to you, the Justice League that never was on film."
>No other introductions
>Adam West, Lynda Carter, and John W. Shipp walk out and sit down
>Adam has as box with the S symbol on it. Quite large
>Everyone wondering where Superman is
>Adam walks up to the mic"This is for you Reeves"
>*silence in the room*
>He carries the box to the the Superman side of the table
>He opens it.
>It's Reeves cape.
>He places it on the table
>Adam holds back tears
(This needs to happen at a comic con)
All of those people acted their roles in different decades from each other.
Why would they be together?
I don't think Adam West even knew Reeves so not sure why he'd get teary eyed over him.
>(This needs to happen at a comic con)
The man's name was Christopher Reeve. Not Reeves.
Why would your creepy, bizarre snuff film script need to happen at comic con?
Adam West is an elderly man who didn't know Reeve. Lynda Carter is a retired tv actor who also didn't know Reeve. Shipp is even more esoteric.
Why are Spider-Man's webshooter so fucking huge?
They're like the size of his entire wrist. Are they teasing Iron Spider?
Why are they doing sequals to movies that haven't been around for almost 15 years? What the fuck?
I mean they are WB and Disney, but Why the fuck are they taking so long to come to us. You'd think that all these movies would of happened almost a year later. They could of made a shit ton of Spacejam movies, are they just being modest?
So what happened to the dog?
Why is Chelsea Keezheekoni objectively the best girl in Clarence and therefore all of Cartoon Network at the moment?
Only real girl in there that isn't weeb shit material, isn't stereotype girl and is tomboy god tier character.
>That doesn't logically follow.
Vane one currently running show on CC that isn't hipster crap, borderline weeb shit, or a p-tier remake/ spin-off
Is there a comic about an unparalleled super-powered being in a world without super villains or cosmic threats.
Not like in the way dated comics were, where the good guys would round up the bank robbers and save people from disasters, but more of an examination of what do you do with superpowers when there's no struggle?
Modern superheroes, their power fluctuates with the kind of struggles they grapple with, but for the sake of plot there's always something putting their extraordinary power to the test. They are always given an opportunity to put their...
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There was a comic about a kid who gets Superman powers in the regular world (which has Superman in the same was we do)
The only people who had powers were him and his daughters, I think
Zack snyder wants to rape batman.
In a recent interview, he said this......
Everyone says that about [Christopher Nolan’s] Batman Begins. "Batman’s dark." I’m like, okay, "No, Batman’s cool." He gets to go to a Tibetan monastery and be trained by ninjas. Okay? I want to do that. But he doesn’t, like, get raped in prison. That could happen in my movie. If you want to talk about dark, that’s how that would go.
I have no words.
Is this worth reading? i've seen some people saying it's "the new kind of sandman" and that comic still my favourite to date
It's good at the start but falls apart eventually. I gave up at #50 but many people make it to around 70 or so. The first 10-20 issues are the best ones.
I've only read one Sandman story but I don't think they're very similar at all.
The creator is a right-wing nutjob and supports Israel.
brown elves are for _________________
This is pretty interesting looks like it's going to be a mix of high fantasy and politics.
that man in the trenchcoat was constantine right I assume as such considering he summoned her in justice league dark but I have been mistaking a lot of blonds for the man lately been reading to much hellblazer
At first I thought it was a little odd that they have a backup story when they could have taken the time to introduce the world instead but looking at the cover of issue one it seems there continuing that tale in this book
Why is the dictitorial bitch god and his shit religon always forced into DCs media?
>the rambles of a literal blonde bimbo from the 1940s are more of an god pushing agenda then the dc heroes fighting to keep in power the universes greatest dictator constantly, with the spectre being the literal embodiment of the wrath of god.
That blonde bimbo speaks for al of America. Go fuck yourself.
Anon, get in the car, we are doing superheroics. You have a superhero name and weapon right?
I've been waiting my whole life for this
WHAT, THE, FUCK?