Being T'chala is suffering
Are Variant covers harmful to the industry?
>been reading superman since I was a kid
>got so hyped for a sequel
>batman will be in it
>might be cool
>turns out half of its an ad for JL
>probably won't ever get a sequel with based Cavill because of BvS and how shit it was
Fuck BvS seriously
I'm not gonna lie, this is the most beautiful CG movie I've ever seen. Absolutely gorgeous from start to finish.
Right? I can't stop watching it. When thus movie goes on Bluray, I'm probably gonna watch it every couple of days.
Why am I not surprised?
Political cartoon thread?
Do political cartoons serve ANY purpose other than dumbing down current issues for the layman? I swear to fucking christ every single political cartoon I've seen is so masturbatory and self-righteous.
Why is this hack given so much praise?
>People still think Brian Michael Bendis is bad because of a 4chan meme
I have a girl coming over this weekend to watch cartoons. I think a movie would be a good idea but I am not sure which. She likes shows like Adventure Time and Steven Universe so I am trying to find a fun animated film but all I can think to watch are Heavy Metal and Redline, but I don't think the former really fits.
Secret of Nimh is a pretty gnarly imaginative and beautiful animated film.
But if you are in for more mature fare and far more psychadelic and unusual fare...someone else mentioned Wizards. I would also recommend that. Ralph bakshi's coolest flick in my opinion.
Take note....it is very VERY 70s.
>officially inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records for longest career in comics
>continues to break that record every day
Why is Al Jaffee so based?
I read this in the wikipedia article about Mad and it pretty much summed it up pretty well:
>The magazine's art director, Sam Viviano, has suggested that historically, Mad was at its best "whenever you first started reading it."
>>81493925, Sergio Aragones really should start up his anthology comic again. It was delightful.
This isn't out of context. This isn't misquoted. This wasn't a led question. This is just how he thinks.
Why do you want him to even be aware of these characters?
How is Lucifer?
I recently finished Sandman and loved it, and have heard that this is supposed to be good as well.
It's very good.
It's also very different. While Sandman did have an overarching storyline, over half of it is a fantasy anthology series. Lucifer is much more arc-focused and deals with entirely different characters and areas of the Vertigo universe.
I think it's probably one of my top 10 comics overall.
I'm basically, very slowly trying to go through them all. Except Swamp Thing, never interested me.
I loved Sandman. It was amazing. In my top 10.
Constantine? I was really surprised to find that I don't really like it. I loved the TV show, and the concept, but dated art and long drawn out arcs are just really boring me.
Lucifer, I don't know yet, I haven't really given it a chance so far. In theory, as I love anything with any sort of judeo-christian mythology, it should be my favorite. But, I also thought I would love Constantine. So...
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Picking up where we left off.
Superheroes and villains satisfy the need for a mythology in modern society.
It serves the same function, but mythology and ritual aren't really that huge in modern culture. Mythology is tied more to ritual, anyways, which a society heavy on tech and social media still integrates into daily life.
That said, I wonder what the percentage is of people interested in capeshit that are religious. I'd imagine not very high.
Panels out of context thread?
What cartoon moments made you cry, /co/?
Remind me again why people hate Lucy?
There is a thread dedicated on how Peppermint Patty is perfect at least once a month.