Does magic exist in the DCEU, if not how are they going to explain the Amazons and the Greek Gods? What about the Atlanteans?
Now that he diapers an actual mulatto butt, do you think Archer would ever change his ringtone?
Could the alt Justice League take down the Crime Syndicate?
Tell me about the New Gods, /co/
There came a time when the Old Gods died! The brave died with the cunning! The noble perished, locked in battle with the unleashed evil! It was the last day for them! An ancient era was passing in fiery holocaust! The final moment came with the fatal release of the indescribable power — which tore the home of the Old Gods asunder — split it in great halves — and filled the universe with the blinding death-flash of its destruction! In the end there were two giant molten bodies, spinning slow and barren — clean of all that had gone before — adrift in the fading sounds...
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>Shitty Superman Costume Design based off of the shitty films.
>Swamp Thing being a DC Hulk now.
>Stupid Super Sons series that no one should buy.
It's over.... DC doesn't know what they're doing with their aesthetics...
Especially since I did the 'shop work on the bottom.
>Using the silly undies
>not the based thick belt
>breaks up the blue costume as effectively and doesnt look retarded due to the stigma of fucking underwear
Undiesfags really have no excuse anymore to justify the retarded costume
Just go in the ocean, bro!
Fish pee, shit, and fuck in your water every single day.
>Harley Quinn is the fourth pillar of the DC Universe - Jim Lee
What do you think of this statement? Is is true? Is it a good direction for rebirth?
I've only read a handful of Batman comics, but I was wondering, has there ever been a Batman story that went into why Alfred was so loyal to the Waynes? Like, I get why he would be loyal to Bruce after essentially raising him, but what kept him so attached to the family in the first place?
I always assumed that he was a loyal guy in general and after seeing the Waynes shot, he felt responsible for the poor kid who had just lost his parents and who probably had people trying to get in on his inheritance.
And yeah, after raising him he felt like a dad in a way.
Kind of fucked up that he's his servant I guess.
What is the weirdest plot twist you've ever seen in a cartoon?
I just want to read some funny comic strips. Edits, webcomics, it doesn't matter.
Here's something I never understood.
Why do bank heists exist in Metropolis?
Because sometimes Superman is off planet. Or dealing with something else, like an earthquake in Africa or punching *insertvillainhere* in the face. Or he doesn't hear it in time, or can't get away, or any one of like a dozen possible reasons. Maybe it's night and he's asleep.
It's a stupid question.
THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO
Given my social anxieties, this tactic could also spell my end. Imagine sitting in a restaurant, being served two identical plates of fettucini. The waiter says soothingly, "The one to your left is infused with arsenic. The one to your right, cyanide." "B-but, I want neither," you proclaim loudly, attracting the attention of other diners. "Sir, you must choose. Everyone is looking."
Streaming sites sometimes ask you to pick what kind of advertisements you will see.
But the choice is pointless, no one ever wants to see advertisements in the first place. You're still going to suffer through them.
Jeph burned the Tranny Angle, now he has to resort to Robosexualism to get Pateron blood money.