best /co/ related kitty?
The English dub made him basically Salem so I say it counts.
I have ragequit the Spiderman and Marvel more or less in general after the events of the One More Day and the Brand New Day.
I was enjoying the pre-OMD storyline very much and it just made me crazy. I know that they made the ASM go 4 times a month from 1 etc.. afterwards lot of good stuff but I was an angry nerd who ragequit.
So now after all these years I want to ask is it worth it to read the whole thing from the start to today? How are the runs?
Guys, the more I think about BvS the more upset I get. I'm sure other directors will put out good to great movies in this universe but I'm baffled at the decisions that were deemed acceptable in BvS. Now this isn't a complete BvS defending or bitching thread, but rather a DCEU thread. Still there are some now canon things in the cinematic universe that really should not have happened.
>Jimmy Olsen shot in the head for giggles
>Psycho Lex just letting Mercy Graves die for literally no reason
>Clark Kent is presumed dead so even when Superman comes back we wont get status Que (for how little we had it)
>Psycho Lex knows both Superman and Batman's identities while in jail
>Superman dead, while still a figure of extreme controversy who never got the chance to explain his case properly
Sure I'm interested in the Darksied/Injustice stuff they're setting up but I feel that the cost may have been too great. Do you think the DCEU is salvageable as is or do you want/expect a sort of Flash level rebooting of events? How much will Suicide Squad factor into the events of the greater Cinematic Universe? Will Ben Affleck's Batman movie be a complete prequel or have scenes of both past&present?
>Sure I'm interested in the Darksied/Injustice stuff they're setting up but I feel that the cost may have been too great.
They're not setting you up for a big grey dude in a purple skant. Be aware of that.
>Do you think the DCEU is salvageable as is
Ehhhhh that's really more of a money question than a quality question. It may have fallen heavily again this weekend; more heavily than it can survive? I don't know....
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>Guys, the more I think about BvS the more upset I get.
Me too, anon
When did this happen???
did /co/ ever ruin your life?
>they have recipes on the site
>decide to make one
>needs to bake for 15 minutes
>well what should I do to kill the time?
>eh Its a nice day, I'll go bounce around on the trampoline
>don't think I used the trampoline more than 3 times in my life
>seems like a good time...
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>If you kill him, you'll be just like him!
>If you kill him now, then you could have killed him before, and saved hundreds of lives.
If there was one thing the Amazing series did right, it was the love interest.
At the risk of sounding like a Tumblr blog, Gwen actually did shit while MJ's purpose was getting captured. Plus, Peter and Gwen actually looked adorable while the Raimi Peter and MJ invoke Anakin and Padme.
The Amazing series is by no means better, but Gwen felt more compelling than MJ.
I hope the MCU love interest, either Gwen or MJ, doesn't fall to the path of being like the other MCU love interests and only exist to get saved. That just makes them annoying.
I agree, this was my favorite part of those movies. It's frustrating how all these little things about them are so good and then a truckload of garbage comes barreling in to remind you that Sony has no idea what the fuck they're doing.
That shit was cute, Peter and Gwen nose nudging and shit.
A female character doesn't have to pass MUH BENCH-AL TES to be good, they just have feel like they add to the plot rather than take away from it.
MJ was a plot device and only just. She was as much a character as the Orb in Guardians of the Galaxy, an object that needed to be retrieved for plot reasons.
Writers seem to think love interests need to be either damsels or STRONG WOMYN WHO NEED NO MAN when in fact, both are equally annoying.
Did the rest of the comic ever get translated?
Neil Struckmann rewrote a the fight in BvS to 'give it more depth and motivation'. It's hilarious.
>Superman ignoring the fact that he could have lead Zod of the city since he only wanted to kill him at that point
Regardless of the weird art style this is easily the second greatest Batman interpretation in media. It's Bruce and Batman are spot on.
First, pick a cartoon.
Got it? You sure? Good.
Now make a "Teen Titans Go version" of your cartoon. Is it now better or worse?
Basically a large mainstream publisher willing to print creator penned series. Something within other genres aside from the typical Marvel/DC fare.
Leaving creators to their own devices but still publishing their stuff on a near equal footing to the big two capeshit companies.
Independent comics that actually gain some notice actually do well, Ghostworld, Scott Pilgrim, Cerberus, Saga, Persepolis, Walking Dead, they all got some notoriety and mainstream attention. So it is not as if non cape comics do really badly.
Why does Identity Crisis get such a bad rap?
The only criticism I ever hear is because of the rape, the end, and how all the characters ended up depressed or suspicious of each other.
It didn't earn its ending and most of the main cast was frustratingly out of character. It created a shitty trend of "mature" naturalism in DC comics when it had finally emerged from the shitty trends of the 90s. That trend led to garbage like Cry For Justice.
What's so great about the show? I don't see the appeal.
Music (Only thing I personally like about the show)
Relate-able characters (apparently)
And a wide assortment of waifus to choose from, each with contrasting personalities and body types.
But really the music is amazing, it's by far the best thing about the show and the only reason I give a rat's ass about it.