2016 is the year of Superhero films
what superhero film are you looking forward to?
One that doesn't suck or disappoint. So basically none.
Sure, Marvel's ok, but I've given up as a DC fag. We're humilaited, defeated, and clearly lost the battle. We lost. I'm done trying to excuse the DC movies for their crappiness, but I can't deny it anymore. When something as epic as Batman V Superman is fucking RUINED, you know there's no going back.
I'm fucking done with heroes.
Why would there be a restaurant in a universe that fears humans implicitly based on a specific human culture?
Remember when Disney ruined the most iconic moment in the original trilogy (Luke fighting Vader for the first time in Empire) with a shitty comic?
Wouldn't be so bad if they didn't insist on making this canon.
Only the movies really matter in terms of canon.
But if you insist on getting butthurt over the EU, Luke fighting Vader is something the new EU has been relatively tame on. This wasn't even a fight. Luke got lucky and escaped.
The old EU had Luke fighting Vader everyday like some kind of Saturday morning cartoon villian.
>Remember when Disney ruined the most iconic moment in the original trilogy (Luke fighting Vader for the first time in Empire) with a shitty comic?
No. Because that comic doesn't ruin the scene in the film one bit. It explains why Vader even knew Luke even existed and who he needed to go after in the first place. It gives context to TESB. The comic makes it better.
>This wasn't even a fight.
Their sabers still touched. It was still a saber duel.
And yes, Disney is insistent on making this canon, so I will insistently complain. That's how this works. They should've been prepared for that.
Bruce Wayne by Janin
Well /co/ as much as i love comics, i can't make comics worth a shit.
so i've decided to share my crap once again, so i may be mocked by my fellow anons.
here's my latest "comic" probably my last.
i realised that as my as love my idea, it's just going to be treated as edgy cringey shit, like my last one. i've decided to make this a little more dumb, cause i just do care anymore.
enjoy rumble town
But will they be grimdark? I'm assuming they'll be based off the DC reboots announced in January.
IF YOU LOVE THESE SCOOBY SNACKS SO MUCH YOU CAN MOURN FOR THEM
I just saw the SS Blitz trailer.
God I hope this movie isn't bad. That trailer looked so fucking good, I really don't want this to suck because I'm pretty much sold on everything (except Harley). I've even taken to LetoJoker even though I still don't like the look.
Please don't suck.
Is this a good series? The armor looks cool and I've heard good things about Bendis.
Is he gone for good, bros? Say it aint so :(
>rebooted powerpuff girls
looks like shit
I was considering something, if they ever wanted to do it. Now, DC versus MK happened, and it was pretty cool. DC clearly won, and is free for the next 100 years from being invaded again because of the usual lockout thing established in the lore of the series.
However, Shao Kahn has shown us there is a loophole in that whole thing a time or two with the whole Sindel thing. Taking a wife from Earth and all that and stake a claim based on her and yadda yadda. Elder gods can't stop that.
Now, if you roll back time a bit to MKX after Shao Kahn's death and...
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Match made in hell, really.
And it could totally work, especially with drama involved of Joker betraying Mileena eventually because fuck it, as much as he wants to see the world burn, he is the mother fluffing Joker.
It would be cool with all the characterization and different reactions, I think, and further interaction and responses to the whole arrangement.
Batman's responses alone would be priceless.
ITT we cast the right people to play everyone in in Batman Beyond LA
Bruce wayne is obv played by one these guys
Adam West (if he is alive when it would be made)
(there's another man I can't think of his name
what went wrong?
Not trusting the source material for starters. So much to mine from the 70's and at the time the film was in production Palmiotti and Grey's god tier run was out. Hell they could have built a franchise just on that
But nope, they gave Jonah super powers and did not take the character seriously. I think this was the time Green lantern came out too and both films has the same plastic just shit something out and the nerds will love it tone.
Its starting to get sad watching Warner Bros shoot itself in the ass in just about every DC property
>It's a "Bart bonds with one of his family members" episode
Which ones did you like?