Chances of the extended cut being good?
What are some good companies besides DC and Marvel to read?
Who wants to guess whats the context of this scene in the movie?
Im guessing its when Joker leaves Harley behind in order to escape and thats when Bats catches her.
This is pre Man of Murder
Jokster is fucking around this city setting buildings on fire with his mixtape
Bat of Murder ran out of explosive rounds in his murdermobile so he's trying to do it by hand
Funny flashback of the Joker being really blase about Batman chasing him.
Used as a cutaway when a present event reminds Joker of being captured by Batman under similar circumstances.
I'm not totally convinced this is what will happen, but it's what I want.
A lot of the jokes are really just references to math or vague math pretentious cruelty from whatever mouthpiece instead of math humor or humor containing math
I'm having a hard time figuring out what programming language/database that would work for
I mean, it could work for some, but I'm pretty sure it's not a universal thing
The only reason /co/ hates it is because it's waaaay more popular than it should be
>little bobby tables
anyway i like this comic. it's the clevs. i like what if too. but once in a while it's fucking stupid and smug in the typical out of touch scientist 'we have this figured out for sure this time' way.
Oh what fresh hell is this?
lmao what's Lex and Steppenwolf doing?
>mfw people think that's steppenwolf and not glorious yuga khan
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_veq6Q51Zlg (skip to 48:40)
Nickelodeon announced earlier this month that they're producing yet another animated series. The twist with this one is that it's being animated real time in Unreal Engine 4.
Bound to happen eventually. Surprised it took this long honestly, I was expecting this shit for like half a fucking decade. Probably going to become much, much, much more common to use real time rendering solutions for low-budget televised content in the near future, especially as these engines come closer to approaching realistic lighting/simulations. Not to mention UE4 and several other game engines are free to use these days.
After 1994's The Lion King was the peak, Disney had a much more disappointing film in Pocahontas. However, Disney was still considered to be in the "Renaissance" through the rest of the 90's, as it gave us Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, Mulan, and Tarzan.How do those movies still hold up? Do you enjoy them? Would you classify them in the same league as the Early Renaissance films (Mermaid, BATB, Aladdin, Lion King)?
The Mid-90's was also when Pixar started becoming a thing, giving us the breakthrough of Toy Story in 1995. Do you think this...
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Toy Story's animation really hasn't aged well at all, but that's no surprise, it was the first. The story overall is still a classic though.
And as much as I love the early Renaissance, I still think Hunchback of Notre Dame is the best movie Disney's ever made.
Toy Story's a timeless movie and franchise. It's got a lot of heart and soul to it. And yeah, I think the later 90s Disney movies were just as good, but they did feel a little different in how they approached comedy.
Why is this show so underrated? Anyone else on /co/ watch this?
It's superior returning as his own ongoing... I keep saying it no one believes me
I have thought this since day one and i think it will be great, i liked Spock but i'm also glad Peter's back. Their interaction should be interesting considering Parker Industries is really Spock's legacy.
Is it bad that I just thought the movie was just okay?
The way /co/ has been talking about it made it seem like the second coming of animation jesus and the funniest movie ever made. It had some mature themes sure and I respected it for it but it didnt feel like it was that meaningful in a way. It was a decent kids movie but it just didnt really make me feel invested in Judy or Nick that much like I was hoping and certainly not any of the side characters.
Can someone try and explain all the love the movie gets to me? Is it just the furries?
Any of you guys have a YouTube channel based on Cartoons and or Comics.
Share you Channels and Critique Others
Flashfag here. If this does well I might decide to catch up on Supergirl. Is there anything I should know about the series before the crossover tonight?
>Is there anything I should know about the series before the crossover tonight?
Nope. Flash is the one you sorta need to have been watching to understand how are they crossing over.
SG never deals with other universes and mostly dwells on metas trying to kill her and morons without personalities slobbering over her.
Name one King of the Hill character who has never come close to death.
Is it conceivable that Kara is the initial founder of themyscira and the amazons in this universe given that she's been on earth for over 18000 years?