Anyone picking this up on Wednesday?
I know nothing about it other than liking the creators...
Oh, I thought it was written by Si Spencer. I enjoyed Nick Spencer's work on Forgetless, but haven't really cared for his more recent superhero work (but that's more to do with me not being much of a superhero fan). I'll likely pick up the first issue, though. I like Lieber's work. Vastly underrated as an inker, IMO (and inking, in general, is one of those skills that many casual fans don't seem to understand can make or break the look of a book).
of course I will.
Got my Foes Omnibus signed by Lieber and Spencer, and will certainly get this in whatever form it takes.
He would have been a lot better if they casted him as the riddler
Why didn't they just cast him as riddler?
Post your favorite Peanuts strip
Greetings, good men.
Might I trouble you for some cartoon discussion?
Who is Anon?
My name is Guy Incognito.
Now that Rebirth is on the horizon, I think it's about time to reflect on the last branding.
So, what did everyone think of The New 52?
Is this canon?
Ennis is not known to be a giver of fucks when it comes to what's canon or not
What's the biggest unresolved /co/-related plothole? Any medium, any IP.
On the off chance that they might survive the fall obviously. A better question would be why wouldn't you shoot a man before throwing him out of a plane? it's not like bullets are a rarity.
Even though we know BTAS isn't the best cartoon ever or even the best of the DCAU, can we agree that it's the most comfy?
Pic related is the best episode in that respect, but what are other cartoon episodes you find comfy?
>Even though we know BTAS isn't the best cartoon ever or even the best of the DCAU
Heresy. Total heresy on both counts.
Almost Got 'Im is one of the best episodes of that show, though.
by Joe Sacco, published 1996
First a introduction.
ITT: /co/ shows that went downhill very fast
In season 1, when Mac and Bloo were just kids being kids, having fun, being lost trying to find their way downstairs exploring the giant house, etc. it was great. But then, around season 2 it went down.
>Bloo's voice changed, he became the jerk and Mac the straight man
>Humor became more obnoxious
>Pretty much EVERY character started being really malicious and mean to eachother all the time
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I hate threads that are clearly about complaining about a specific thing, but are disguised as "ITT we talk about a general trope and not just my personal gripe" threads
Anyways, I liked Goo (I dont get where you think nobody liked her) and The Big Cheese was fine
I remember liking the show back then. Though if into the rewatching I go, only pain I will find.
> /co/ shows that went downhill very fast
picrelated. While s2 and s3 weren't bad, there was obvious decline in writing quality (I think it has something to do with ownership/direction change or something). The plot with Aelita's dad went nowhere, the Ulrich/Yumi/William thing was getting obnoxious etc.
I just don't fucking get it, /co/. If Beast Boy can turn into every animal imaginable why doesn't he turn into a fly, go into someones mouth, then turn into a whale to explode their whole body to millions of dumb ass pieces. Why does he act so useless in the comics and shows?
there was this trailer for a cartoon and it was about some cartoon bird girl who danced a lot and went to highschool and such, it was posted all over 4chan at one point.
I remember she had really thick thighs, does anyone know what im talking about?
no pictures relevant exist on my computer.
The closest thing i can think
What the fuck you been watching OP?
Where were you when Dreamworks and Netflix saved animation?
Patience. They just finished a full season order and will need time to get more out. Plus they're bad at updating on schedules. They just announced the new season for pic related and they only announced Voltron's release date for WonderCon hype.
I would expect news within the next three months.
They've always gone with a "they're ready when they're ready" schedule.
Especially when they were doing things 5 episodes at a time, roughly quarterly.
Recently they discovered they get better ratings doing 13 at a time, so they shifted to that.
Which I guess would be roughly every half year or so.
What is the chronological order for Superman comics? I really want to get into Superman now but I don't know how to go from the beginning to end and before anyone ask, yeah it is important to me to read from the very first moments of his life until the reboot in the proper order. So how do I do that /co/?
There is no chronological order retard, except in a specific series. There are tons of different origin comics for him all slightly different. If you want chronological order go read manga.