Goodnight sweet prince.
Well, there is at lease one reason to actually want to read 'Dead No More': based Jim Cheung art.
>The story kicks off in "Amazing Spider-Man" #19 which, along with the return of several long-dead Spider-Man supporting characters, introduces a new villain who threatens to kill them if Peter doesn't do as commanded. Aiding Spider-Man in his adventure are Spidey working alongside Rhino, Lizard, Elektro -- and Doctor Octopus.
So the teaser image is a bunch of bull, apparently.
>Dead No More will begin this fall in ASM #19
>Axel Alonso said in his weekly CBR column that there will be a few tie-ins in some Spiderbooks most likely including Spider-Man 2099
>mysterious man in red suit is a brand-new villain
>that arc will last until early 2017
More information: http://www.newsarama.com/28665-fter-teasers-marvel-reveals-amazing-spider-man-dead-no-more-details.html
Here's the PR:
>The world’s greatest super hero faces his biggest challenge yet this Fall! Amidst a gauntlet of his greatest foes, a mysterious new villain and the return of loved ones lost – Peter Parker plunges headlong into DEAD NO MORE! A blockbuster new storyline kicking off in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #19 – A-List creators Dan Slott and Jim Cheung bring you THE Spidey story of 2016!
>From the writer who brought you wallcrawling, webslinging epics such as Spider-Verse, Superior Spider-Man, Spider Island...
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This is going to be neutered as fuck.
There's no way Barbara will be stripped naked. And no way will they have the pictures disaplyed in the horror ride.
Naked, probably not. But that's only because with the violence and such they're already pushing that PG-13 rating. They'd loose money on it if it got upped to rated-R. I think it's the same reason why Jason's body wasn't all bloody and torn up in Under The Red Hood.
>This Scottish assholr wrote the best Superman, Batman and now Wonder Woman stories of all time.
Jesus christ why the hell do British writers do such good work on american comics?
Should we all just move to Japan and make god tier Astro Boy comics and Kamen Rider films or something?
ASS is overrated, Batman was uneven and highlighted a lot of Grant's writing flaws, and WW hasn't been released.
That aside, it's because most of those writers didn't grow up with the characters and form opinions on them until they were adults and cut their teeth in a completely different comic industry.
ASS is a love letter to a specific period of Superman stories, it's like a Greatest Hits album coming from a fictional band. Morrison's own beliefs about Superman, and the stories he's emulating, strip it of tension and Morrison fails to produce any real character drama to compensate. He also fails to grasp the nuance of American tall tales.
Also note that I said overrated, not bad.
Is my big buff cheeto puff kill?
We've all seen the screenshots, are they fake? Would they actually kill a character on screen?
Have you read this? I just read this.
It was pretty good
up until the end when Boomerang starts pulling out bullshit like Mirage clones, LMDs, and Chameleon face changing serums to get away with everything.It was a little too much inside baseball for me, I felt a little out of my depth as someone who doesn't read a lot of comics.
But for a story that follows a bunch of petty liars, cheats, and thieves, I had a fun time. Beetle a best girl and Shocker
finally got his time to shine.
Hey /co/, remember when villains actually beat the shit out of children.
Is she your waifu?
>Corrections officer by day
>vigilante by night
That isn't Casey Jones
That is literally Nobody
Who contributed to the modern day superhero film craze the most?
I want to say Batman but we didn't really get another film hit for a decade until Spidey came out. So my vote is Spiderman.
Superman introduced the premise, Batman refined it, Spider-Man resurrected it, X-Men proved a team movie worked, and Iron Man set the stage for the current capeshit genre
What was it about 2010 that had so much longevity in it?
Both Regular Show and Adventure Time premiered in this year and have had really long lifespans. Cartoons produced a few years before this (Chowder, Flapjack) and shows premiering after it (Uncle Grandpa) just didn't catch on as much.
Chowder and Flapjack occurred during/briefly after CN's dark period. Nick and Disney fell after the 90's with Disney recovering ever so slightly with Phineas & Ferb + Gravity Falls while Nick is still in its dark period.
Because those shows appeared for CN during that transition of shit to good, they ended up getting a small fanbase as a result. But they are the reason people paid attention to begin with which caused the wave of people to check out their later shows.
Another HUGE factor was YouTube. Because Regular Show and Adventure Time had their...
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>Adventure Time, Flapjack, and Regular Show didn't seem to talk down to its audience despite still being enjoyable for kids.
>conveniently ignoring the little horse show in that statement
The Powerpuff Girls were right all along...
And... the worst part is... they won't be cute anymore!
Okay, so we all know that MCU Daredevil would rather not kill people, but do you think he enjoys HURTING people?
>but do you think he enjoys HURTING people?
Daredevil isn't a sadist by any means, but as a character he's always had anger issues, and frequently works through them by suiting up and simplifying his life to "punch the bad guys to sleep".