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What did you guys think of this movie?
It was okay. At least it's an actual Teen Titans reboot.
>Tfw we're getting Terra back even though I hate her new design.
Also, the movie title was misleading
Why is this the definitive Batman logo? Don't get me wrong, I genuinely do think it's the best, but why has this particular design stood the test of time and none of the others have?
I was thinking of taking some time off work to make a graphic novel or two.
I have a story and genre in mind but I would really like to know what makes your favorite comics special to you. Really appreciate any help you guys can give me.
>I hate Superman, he's the devil, he's an alien threat to us all, I must manipulate Batman into killing him
>I'll also create another alien threat using ancient forbidden Kryptonian tech to fight Superman as a back-up plan even though if my first plan worked, there would be nothing to stop it from annihilating the world
>also I know that Darkseid is coming but I don't care, Superman is the problem
the fuck was with him?
>there would be nothing to stop it from annihilating the world
How much did Lex actually know about doomsday besides creating him? I guess it's possible he thought doomsday was just a creature that had properties that really hurt kryptonians, like kryptonite in animal form, but I don't think it's in Luthor's character to unknowingly jump into to something just to spite superman
>but I don't think it's in Luthor's character to unknowingly jump into to something just to spite superman
Lex gave up universal peace because he couldn't get over his hatred of superman
I just discovered this gem on youtube, I don't know when it's from or what country it aired in, but it is fucking hilarious. By no means does it seem like a type of kids show, not that it's inappropriate at all but the humor is just so fast and I would imagine it'd go over kids heads. Is this what 80's British kids watched or something? If so, they have AMAZING taste.
>The Trap Door is a British animated television series, originally shown in the United Kingdom in 1984. The plot revolves around the daily lives and the misadventures of a group of monsters living in a castle. Although the emphasis was on humour and the show was marketed as a children's programme, it drew much from horror and dark fantasy. The show has since become a cult favourite and remains one of the most widely recognised family entertainment shows of the 1980s
British kids shows were HARDCORE.
Who had the Better Villain Song?
After reading thousands of strips,
I can conclude that Jon is a weird fellow.
>it's a 'the director discovered his dad's record collection' episode
For those who grew up watching He-Man and She-Ra, did your parents think it was too violent ot satanic and stuff? What was the perception of it and other shows where you lived as a kid?
Yeah right, so Conan, Red Sonja, Tarzan, Thundarr, Blackstar, Thundercats, John Carter, Dejah Thoris, Beastmaster etc are satanic too. Guess that you have never heard before about the Sword and Sorcery, or the High Fantasy genre before?
I bought a book at a flea market last year called 'Saturday Morning Mind Control"
and its a pretty good read its some guy writing about the dangers of not only Saturday morning cartoons but comics, toys and video games as well
but he talks about He-Man and how its satanic and all that stuff
I just finished binge watching season 1 and 2 of Gravity Falls and now I read every post in Mabels voice
Okay it was obvious this scene was added in post-production on a whim by Zach, but what does /co/ think Flash is trying to say?
I know Injustice has been brought up but nowhere in the movie did Batman intervene and save Lois's life. What is /co/'s speculation?
>this scene, that added nothing to the plot of the film, was in, but Carrie Kelly and Luthor communicating with steppenwolf(which took all of 45 seconds) wasn't
B R A V O S N Y D E R
[/spoiler]besides the train sequence in Spiderman 2, nothing else in a CBM felt straight out of a comic though[/spoilers]
Future timeline where Lois Lane died. Darkseid invades earth. He corrupts Superman and succeeds because Lois's death weakens him. Superman becomes his lackey and leads his army. Flash goes back to tell Bruce to find the rest of the JL and make sure Lois doesn't die. Because Lois is the key to saving Superman.
thought it was cool to have the flash introduce time travel this early on despite the costume/stache/etc
if his warning is actually suppose to imply that superman losing lois makes him go evil, that would even further shit on superman's character which wouldn't really surprise me at this point
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Anyone reading this? Thoughts?
It's pretty cute, yeah. It's enjoyable, nothing spectacular or anything. Just cute witch children doing magic. It gets a bit more serious later on, though it's still fairly light-hearted most of the time.