What's your favorite J.K. Simmons voice performance/character?
Of the choices presented, I've only heard him as Cave Johnson and Lenny Turtletaub. While his performance as Turtletaub was good, I just have to give it to Cave. Cave in his prime (and Cave-Prime from the Perpetual Testing Initiative) just has that sort of manic energy that works really well with Simmons (like his performance as J. Jonah Jameson in Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy), and Cave post-moon-rock-poisoning actually makes me feel sorry for the dying, dangerous lunatic (particularly during his famous...
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How do you feel about "prey" characters like Jerry, Tweety, or the Road Runner?
Do you tend to root for them? Do you hate them? Do you find one in particular less likeable than the others?
I hate em
>Sylvester, Tom, and coyote were worlds more relatable and after decades of working and scheming they deserved SOMETHING.
>they were the underdogs no doubt and put more work and heart into their parts than their prey counterparts. To me they were something like young hungry and poor men desperately clawing after the one thing that could satiate them.
They never had it easy.
They never were rewarded
They had brains and muscles and tenacity and all they ever got back was a smack in the face.
>I would parallel them to the poor and working class, and the prey characters to the silver spoon elite.
This guy right here is one of the biggest assholes ever to exist in cartoons.
A lot of other characters were at least somewhat justified in their behavior, but this guy was just a straight up dick.
Man's world is filled with deception, greed, and cruelty.
Why create a new Quazar when Phyla would have filled the quota more?
ITT: Creators/artists/studios you admire, respect and are the reason you want to make cartoons.
20 days left.
What are you looking forward to most?
Hello patricians of /co/, today I am here to teach you all about good comics, for obvious reasons I will not be posting any capeshit.
Firstly here is Krazy Kat, in many ways the strip that started it all
And here's a predecessor that, while not recognized as much as Krazy Kat in its own time, but nevertheless Little Nemo has gone on to inspire many great comic book artists
Now let's jump forward to the 60s/70s (The Underground Comix era), where after everyone got fucked by the harsh restrictions of the comic code authority a few people dared to make actual art
Wow, this was actually better than civil war.
>Boring, morally righteous characters with little personality who want to do the right thing just because.
Are there any characters that are the opposite of this?
In all seriousness, there one single hero or villain in any universe that could defeat dayman?
He's a master of karate, dude.
That said, pic related might just have a chance
What was the target audience?
OH SHIT WHO'S GONNA DIE!?
>runs at 13 trillion times the speed of light
>punches with infinite mass
>stronger than every other DC character combined except Superboy Prime
>is the joke reddit xD character of the justice league
>constant "oops i le forgot to go xD fast enough" every single time
If you don't want characters being held back for arbitrary reasons, then don't read corporate-owned cape comics (which is where you'll usually find an editorial department holding back characters for arbitrary reasons).
This is your own fault for choosing to read the wrong comics.
>Guy who can run fast
>Fanboys get too writing him and wank him too unbelievable degrees.
>Make him unbeatable unless he's a complete retard
>But he's also supposed to be a genius.
because theres barely threads talking about them