>Have a dream about a character
>Wake up and you are now in love with the character
or hisname /co/?
I just watched this episode titled Big Bang Theory
So if Stewie is somehow his own ancestor and goes into cryogenic sleep for the next 500 years and brian digs him up as soon as the later gets back
does this mean that peter and lois never gave birth to him? is this a time paradox they never expanded on?
someone help me this is driving me bonkers
Stu is born. Creates a time machine. Goes boom. Outside of time. Creates another boom. Universe created. His half brother tries to prevent his birth which in turn prevents the creation of universe. Stu stats back to pass his genes. This is future Stu, not pass Stu. The timeline is still flowing forward.
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ITT: Shows you forgot existed
Is this actually good, or just some boring shit that people pretend to enjoy?
I think a lot of people grew up with it so they have nostalgia for it, it's not a matter of "pretending" it's just a childhood thing. I can't watch it personally and think it's stupid, but I never grew up with it, the oldest stuff I grew up watching were the Superman movies.
I think Amell is trying to send us a message.
He has really good taste in figurines.
What did BvS do right?
>the opening scene
>Batman's warehouse fight
>surprisingly Wonder Woman wasn't too bad
That's about it. Everything else was hot garbage.
We got two new episodes of Burger Boss tonight. Seems like a perfectly good enough to start a Bob's Burgers thread to me.
Haven't watched this show since the 3rd season/ Has there been a noticeable dip in quality, or is it still as charming as it ever was?
Why didn't Bruce Wayne use his immense wealth to fund social programs and better public institutions that would resolve the root causes of crime in Gotham?
It would be more effective than beating up thugs in a batsuit.
He did. And he also beat up thugs to send them running scared
People like Falcone were above the law and no amount of money given to an orphanage was ever going to change that. So he put on a costume and fought them as best he could in a way that would inspire fear and myths among the criminals so they would think cause what if he is out there.
Does it still hold up to this day /co/?
>golden age - 18ish years
>silver age - 14ish years
>bronze - 15ish years
>modern age 31ish years
Obviously these are a made up concept, but the so called "modern age" isn't so modern if it started so long ago. Do you think that at some point in the last 30 years that there was something that could be considered a major shift in the comics industry?
The dark age followed the bronze age. Both in comics sales and in tone with all the anti heroes and shit. After that comes the current modern age which is basically fading into a kind of internet based age like all other media.
Name me one comic half as good as Seven Soldiers