Currently on Season 2 Episode 2:
>Punisher walks into pawn shop
>buys a bunch of shit
>cashier randomly tries to sell him CP
Do pawn shops really do this? Or was it just a silly way to show up that Punisher's got a good moral compass? I.e. "I kill people, but selling illegal videos? OVER THE LINE".
Jesus fucking Christ you're such a faggot, no one wants to see you struggle to understand how storytelling works, son.
For a board that acts like it hates tumblr so much 90% of you post like you're on one.
He was clearly being greedy. Frank asked him for one thing then another and another, all the while paying the guy big bucks. When Frank started leaving he tried to sell Frank more stuff, he was just extremely stupid for immediately bringing CP up when he didn't know who he was talking to (I mean just because he bought stuff like ammo and police equipment doesn't mean he wants child fucking too).
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>"Rolf does not love you, Nazz-girl."
What did he mean by this?
ITT: cartoons that don't exist but should
>a boy genius show with a complicated ongoing plot
Spider-Man's kill code isn't as strict as Batman's or Superman's, right? I always felt like he should be killing since he's a hero because of responsibility he has given and not because he wants to be a hero unlike Batman or Superman.
Do you agree ?
He doesn't kill because he doesn't want that power or responsibility. It's one thing to get in fights with criminals, it's another thing entirely to decide who lives and who dies.
eh.. batman has the guilt of his parents PLUS the whole vigilante angle, superman has the fact that he's utterly unable to ever claim self-defense. spider-man has a little of each but not the entirety of either. I don't think he'd lose any sleep if someone died but the whole point of being a smart trickster hero is you don't generally need to kill anyone. he would if he had to, but he never has to. he can always tie them up or something. he can always take the victims to safety.. he can always dodge.
Will the live - action be good or a flop?
Also, discuss the trailer.
>So as a member of the CIA I head to get pretty close to the horrors of the world but not become a horror myself and sometimes I failed
Holy shit, how dark is this Batmab run going to become, look at his body languge, he's seen some shit
>Holy shit, how dark is this Batmab run going to become, look at his body languge, he's seen some shit
Thank you for the recap of the previous thread, now are you planning on contributing something new?
How the fuck does this show have a 9.3 on imdb and 100% on rotten tomatoes?
Were there only 8 episodes of Venture Brothers this year? The last episode really didn't feel like a finale to me and I was shocked that there wasn't an episode this week. It's not just me who feels like this is it?
>Daddy's going to read to you tomorrow
Why won't the Batman kill?
I mean, he's perfectly fine with breaking countless other laws. He commits trespassing on a daily basis, stalks and assaults people physically and psychologically, uses illegal weapons (non-lethal, sure), but illegal nonetheless.
He employs military grade equipment, such as surveillance and vehicles. Needless to say he breaks speed limit laws all the time, etc.
You get the idea.
Why won't they make this movie and the World War Hulk?
Who hyped here?
The creator died today so
Trap door thread?