And by that, I mean getting to the point where shows are made to pander to the otaku fanbase with moe-shit and harems and fanservice?
The powerful girls reboot, damn it, It only exists to sell toys to 20 somethings and to kids.
Who do you consider Bats' primary/"true" love interest?
He has like 6-7 in the DCAU alone, more in the comics.
ITT out of context panels
Childhood is idolizing Bart. Adulthood is realizing that Homer makes more sense.
What does /co/ think of V for Vendetta? Specifically the movie.
I'd say it was a fairly good adaptation and I liked both the cast and the way they and the movie were directed.
Still, it's appeal to edgy teens and the way it's symbolism has been prostituted with all the masks flying around got it waaaaay more recognition that it probably deserved and because of it I'm now somewhat reluctant to regard it as something other than a stupid movie
Is it shit?
What's your weekly pull list?
>Green Lanterns (I can't believe I'm actually buying something by Humphries)
Goddamn this is a serious comic.
70 issues, and very dense ones at that. Is Shade worth the amount of time and effort it takes to delve into it?
A lot of veritgo titles and a good majority of comics in general are like that: lengthy, but well worth the time and personal investment
I don't think I would be willing to invest the time and effort into reading all 300 plus issues of Captain America Volume 1 if I wasn't so incredibly enamored with the character (I'm also a fairly fast reader, so that becomes pretty damn handy in some cases)
Henrietta lamb. the cutest character in all of webcomics.
Alright /co/ settle an argument.
Can humans be superheroes?
Is it possible to be a superhero if you're not super?
And are characters like Green Arrow or Batman actual superheroes or just regular heroes with super costumes?
Are you excited for more Vanellope?
IF YOU DON'T GET YOUR DUMB ASS OFF THIS FUCKING ROCK I'MMA KILL YOU
Oh boy, here we go.
What was he again?