How do you make a popular superhero?
Oh hey look, Mary Jane changed her hair
Watched BvS last night, 2d screening, very low expectations, also unspoiled (I thought Batman was going to die for some reason).
It really isn't bad, quite good in fact.
>Humour was just the right amount considering the general tone
>I enjoyed the jumping around, no-handholding narrative structure, reminded me of the structure of some comics (injustice comes...
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Let me ask you: who do you think started the fight? I said Superman definitely did, because he confronted Batman and threatened him. My brother said Batman did because he was gathering weapons to kill Supes. I say he was only doing so as a precaution until Supes forced his hand. What do you think?
Season 3 fucking when?
Also, discuss Bojack
WHY IS THIS ALLOWED?
>STILL no kaine or ben
>not even punk (today)
and kaine is anounced to be back on the main spiderman book so i guess we all can drop this the moment punk dies
because someone already did the pool variant im stuck with this shitty spider variant
Deadpool might be a terrible superhero, husband, and friend, but damn it if he isn't good with kids.
SHIT JUST GOT REAL
Discover how the agents that are sent to protect Rick Jones' captivity from the AIMVengers were stunned!
Why was it bad?
Anyone else just not have it in them to care about this right now?
Me as well, but I think it's just with everything in general. Last thing I felt any sort of hype for was mad max. Strange just feels like they were trying to do inception and matrix in their own MCU way.
This is more or less canon
this really is so much fucking better then ttg i always thought /tg/ (and i assume /co/ i dont come here enough to be sure) were just memeing hard