How do you handle final episodes and the empty feeling you get after realizing the series is done?
Niche question: let's say the death of Gwen Stacy is what Doctor Who would refer to as a "fixed point in time" in the Marvel Universe - what would some others be?
>Fixed points in time were moments in the space-time continuum at which events were set in stone and could never, ever be changed, no matter what, with dire consequences if such a thing happened.
How do we deal with the mutie scum?
Reading Axis I've decided Remender is officially worse at dialogue than Bendis. And I hate Bendis.
You might dislike the jokes but there's absolutely nothing either bad or good about these dialogues that'd stand out
Oh wait this is /co/ where people don't know shit about writing or drawing. Carry on friend.
So in DC Rebirth #1, we are introduced to giant flying techno-organic black insectoid eldritch thing called a Reaper. It can mind control people to force them to do its bidding, it is "harvesting" humans ostensibly to protect them from a greater threat, it says humanity's time is up implying that they wait until a certain time to do this and that this has happened before, and it's the vanguard of an entire army/fleet of said creatures.
Was this an intentional reference or was it just a coincidence?
How were they allowed to get away with this in a kids show?
Archie General thread, what's your favorite series, who's your favorite character, what's your favorite crossover, etc.
Do you mean specifically Archie or all the stuff Archie owns? Because if the latter then the Mega Man comics. Former goes to the original comics.
Jughead, by far.
Archie vs Predator. That was just amazing in every sense of the word.
ITT: That One Moment
What kind of replies you want, OP?
Heathcliff hangs out with the sun.
Why aren't there more Teen Jeane threads? She's so perfect, the way she's written, the way she's drawn. She's so smart, and pretty, and cool. The way she waves her hands and you buy 33 issues of anything she's in... that reminds me, I need to check my eBay.
So every now and then DC will do a "World's Finest" book or mini-series in which they pair up Superman and Batman, their earliest and most famous heroes.
However, their respective greatest villains are usually incredibly entertaining when paired up, also. So: would you read a "World's Worst" series about Lex Luthor and the Joker?
DC can't do good Joker stories anymore. They want him to be a super important almost mythological monster, as opposed to him just being somewhere on the scale between homeless mad scientist and gangster.
what's /co/'s thoughts on fables ?
How the FUCK did this get a series? Daily reminder we'll never get a proper Lakewood Plaza Turbo series as long as CN spits out shit like this.
The TAG blog confirmed that OK KO's getting a full series (along with Long Live the Royals), but it seems that CN used OK KO as an experimental testing ground of sorts
Who are the best /co/ human-animal teams?
What does Gotham think about the fact that Bruce keep hanging out with teenagers in his house?
Guy orphaned as a child frequently adopts and mentors orphaned children. What a shock.
These implications of pedophilia really fall apart when both Batman and Bruce Wayne sleep with loads of women on a regular basis.
In a few stories I've seen people brush it off as a guy who just takes on a bunch of charity cases/pet projects to look good. They don't see it as anything other than a rich guy trying to put on a facade for the press.