The worst part of comics for me is starting a series then 6 issues in they change the artist to someone drastically worse and he just fails to keep the style that pulled me in the first place.
Why do they do this shit?
Pic related, shit looked so cool before the art change.
it's somewhat justifiable when a arc is done but when they do it in mid arc is probably the worse thing /co/ related I can think of.
>corporate-owned comic where the good artist is slow, so they're replaced with a bad artist who can work faster
>creator-owned comic where the good artist is slow, so the comic goes on hiatus until they finish the next few issues
ITT: Movies that started really well only to get shit from the midpoint onwards.
Brave is probably the best example of this.
What a disappointment.
Was there a reason she wasn't brunette?
Blondes are overplayed.
Brunette L was hotter.
Same reason the Real Ghostbusters cartoon didn't retain their colors (legal stuff )
Come on OP who are you trying to kid? We all what's going to happen once the words Ghoul School are mentioned.
Post an image. Other posters recommend a comic and/or cartoon based on that image.
So there's good legacy characters and bad legacy characters. What makes a good/bad one? And share your favorites. Pic related.
The good ones retain the fundamental aspects of the legacy identity while bringing their own unique elements to it.
OK /co you are put in charge of creating a female Superhero you are in charge of.
>What she looks like
/co/ what the fuck is this shit? Why is it real? AND WHY THE FUCK DID I HEAR ABOUT IT TODAY?
The simple answer is that it's because the creators think that bringing in new characters and screwing about with the formula to a degree will renew interest and make it all relevant.
/co/ is in charge of making a Superman movie
His power level would constantly change scene to scene we would be unable to decide what exactly kryptonite does to him and he would get with either all or none of his love interests.
No one else has posted in the thread so I do a three part adaption of All-Star Superman.
So there's a particular theater in Utah that might lose it's liquor license for screening Deadpool
>Salt Lake City's Fox 13 local newscast covered the story, noting that by state law it is illegal to show nudity or sex acts and serve alcohol in one spot
Has anyone been to one of these theaters that serve drinks and food? What's it like, honestly? Cause it seems like one of those things that /sound/ like a good idea, until you actually do it.
Like chocolate body paint. Sounds like a great idea, until you get on the bed and then you have to clean your sheets and everyone's stickier than usual...
We have a Movie Tavern here now, and I've been to it twice (Specter, 10 Cloverfield Lane). Its ok. The food is decent, and the staff try to not obstruct the movie too much, but it is distracting. Its something I would do every once in a while, but not for a movie I was really interested it. Its funny to see after the movie how many people fall asleep in their seats.
Why haven't you died for great lord Darkseid yet?
Thoughts on this character?
Post /co/-related characters who browse [r9k].
>Shitty job with a shitty salary, exploited by his greedy boss.
>Most people dislike him for no reasons.
>can and does bed any woman he pleases, often giving no fucks and only doing it to maintain his secret identity
>actually does something with his life, and in turn improves the lives of others
I don't think Batman qualifies
Is this the most unstoppable force in the galaxy?
>not Superman Prime with the Sword of Superman
Ahhhh, after ten thousand years I'm FREE!