Why does he diss Marvel any chance he gets?
He pretty much hates corporate comics (though that hate is mostly towards Marvel since to my knowledge he never worked for DC). He got lucky and became one of those once-in-a-generation success stories and now tries to tell other writers and artists to do the same, ignoring the fact he is one of the very select few that this has happened to.
Can anybody here beat this guy? He's the strongest character in Dragon Ball as of now.
Meanwhile on leddit...
What do you guys think of Paranatural? I just read the 4th chapter, thought it was pretty good but reading it as it updated must've sucked.
Eightfold's sort of death felt like it happened too soon, the character was just barely introduced
How's the 5th chapter so far?
> reading it as it updated must've sucked.
You have no idea. Chapter 5 was the worst thing we've gone through. I won't spoil it though since you're not there yet. He also started missing a lot of updates for a while, like in November and December, it was almost 1 strip every week (sometimes less). He has no buffer, which I think is his biggest problem.
Hope you're hyped for hitball!
When will IRL superheroes with powers start showing up, /co/?
He's gonna an hero now
>SORRY, I'M WAITING FOR CHAD TO FUCK ME :^)
>It's a "/co/ complains about Mr. Enter as if they aren't exactly like him" episode
Did he win?
What went wrong?
It's 2017. Matt Groening has asked you to write the plot for the final episode of Simpsons. What does it entail?
Today is May 1st, National batman day.
Let's celebrate by having a thread dedicated to batman and his adventures in comics.
Remember when batman was a cold blooded killer? It was a different time.
Did you know that in his earlier appearances in the 1940s Dick Grayson would purposefully kill criminals with batman's approval?
One of his first fight scenes features him kicking someone off of a construction platform.
Never mind all the SJW talk about their needing to be female representation and all that malarkey; why WOULDN'T you want a solo Black Widow movie? Of all the characters that haven't had solo films in the MCU yet Natasha seems to be the one with the most potential for expanding into an origin story. Hell they can have it go full Sterenko's Nick Fury with trippy visual and 60's era spy film stuff. Have Clint tag along since he has had even less development in the movies then Natasha
If it's an origin story set before Iron Man, I'm all for it. I can't imagine it being very good if it's a solo adventure set in present day. Nothing like that I've read the character in has impressed me much. A prequel on the other hand, offers a lot of opportunities.
>Spiderman and Black Widow don't /ss/.
Could you have imagined what would have happened if we had a scene of her recruiting Peter instead of Tony?
There's another mediocre looking animated film coming out soon. Excited?
I want to read some She-Hulk
Where should I start?