The X-Men don their comic book costumes!!!
Ask someone who works as an intern in Warner Bros correspondence office (mail room) anything. It's a pretty low peon level job but you do get to see some of the chatter between execs and producers about the going ons behind the scenes and all around bad ideas for movies that will never get made.
> Are the people nice?
It's a very formal and professional environment and on the rare chance you see someone of notable importance they're typically quite friendly. Not a bad place to work honestly.
> Is everyone actually liking comics?
Very little if any of the correspondence between individuals or offices deals with any personal preferences, just mostly plans and strategies for upcoming films. Most of the information deals with execs pitching ideas to others about future projects or how to steer current projects, not who loves what Justice League Member the most. As for actors, we almost never get to read anything about any of the actors or actual talents behind the movies except when they're mentioned in potential casting pitches for projects. From what I gather from sources outside of work (like 4chan here) Ben Afleck at least seems to be super into comics, I never met the guy or any of the other stars, so it's really hard to say.
> Are they working together to create things they love?
Again, very formal and to the point, you don't get the impression of any kind of artsy fartsy visionary stuff. Alot of the correspondence is what you might expect from producers and executives. There's been alot of chatter about different avenues of approach regarding BvS's negative reception, though I doesn't seem like they are anticipating it to bomb, they have discussed contingency plans for the brand should that occur. I've not yet come across anything pertaining to the flood of negative critic reviews though.
Several letters have discussed the possibility of making MOS, BvS and Justice Leauge a stand alone trilogy while a few others have entertained the idea of abandoned a shared cinematic universe and working with a more loosely connected continuity that can ignore unsuccessful projects. At this point it's mostly just provisional planning for the worst outcome so I can't say how likely any of this is to happen.
Decided to marathon Regular Show in my spare time after seeing it become /co/'s meme buddy.
Wanted to go until I got to a point until it went to shit/gone downhill to see for myself.
I really didn't expect this, Regular Show isn't supposed to be sad as fuck.
>moments before they go to prom her dad says "don't forget, she's someone's little girl"
Only thing going for it is it's finally trying something new next season/this season finale
I'm atleast curious to know where it'll go. Changing the course of a series (that's a quote for the finale) is something CN seems like it has a hard time doing.
Though I'm just speaking for Adventure Time, though it's been steadily working on a change so I hear.
RS has good potential, nice 80's references, a creator who knows what he's doing, and the dating has stopped.
In All-New, All Different Avengers #7, Sam Wilson appears only in the page after the recap and the spread next. There is also
aMaria Hill LMDthere.
What will happen to the real ones?
Creative teams for the backup stories in this issue:
>Greg Rucka and Mike Perkins
>Joss Whedon and John Cassaday
Last thread died sometime while I was away.
Guess I'll make it continuous with a picture of this guy, because he seems to get everyone's attention.
So that said, this is a logo thread. Scary or not, doesn't matter. (I'd prefer a nostalgic presence but it's not specific)
The only reason I found it scary when I was younger was because of the somewhat jerky animation.
Like, the frame rate was slow because that was the paper-clippings style, but I still found that uncomfortable.
Alternate post for the OP, but I figured it wouldn't garner as much attention or notice-levels as that shit, it's the generic go-to logo for logo threads.
This is from a massive Logo Sampler by Disney that might've been released in 1995 but I haven't found anything on it.
Features what I'll say is over 500 logos because it's like, a minute to 5 seconds for each, and there's a lot of versions throughout the years.
One day I might get it uploaded, for now the program I'm using to scan it is messing around and coding...
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News flash: Marvel gets the rights of the Fantastic 4 back from Fox. They hire you to be the writer of the next film and by that, you have to establish the team in the MCU.
Here's my take.
>MCU Fantastic 4.
>Movie happens after The Infinity War.
>The US government finds itself as an easy target when it comes to extra-terrestrial conflicts (as its shown in The Avengers). They are light-years away comparing with other space beings such as the Chitauri and the Kree when...
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After Infinity War;
Thanos is defeated yet a fragment of one of the Infinity Stones is left on Earth. The Fantastic Four and Victor Von Doom make up the team of scientists that study the stone. Doom doesn't gain any "powers" but his Gypsy magic abilities are awakened and enhanced by the stone. He seeks to use the stone to gain control. In the end he's left in power over a small island of Latveria but doesn't expand beyond that. In future installments have Doom tamper with the stone and end up drawing threats like Glactus, Skrulls, and others to Earth.
>Iron Man hires four interns
>While working on the newest Stark tech Tony tries something dangerous
>He throws a beaker towards them
>It changes them into heroes
>Tony's new teen team of sidekicks the Fantastic Four
Gonna marathon DCAU to get over BvS
What's the correct viewing order again?
Also DCAU thread
And the most important part of this as far as continuity goes is STAS, JL, then JLU. BTAS and Beyond are good but there's not a lot of universal elements that show up in the other shows like the STAS plot carries over.
I TOLD YOU
ITT: characters who did nothing wrong
What happened to Max?
He had a wacky childhood with plenty of adventure.
He impressed his high school crush and we never saw her again.
He went to college, but the only job he could get was working at a place owned by a friend of his dad's.
Did the economy just screw him over?
Was Ozymandias right?
Yes, ethically. But the point in the end may not be that he was ethically correct or that Rorschah was morally correct or that Doctor Manhattan was intellectually correct, because they don't get ALL the power. In the end it's a common person with the facts in hand who's going to make the decision about what happens next.
as much as anyone could reasonably expected to be, the whole point of what happened was to show that the people in charge don't necessarily have to be malicious to do horrible things and that frequently they're trying to render a chaotic unpredictable situation manageable as best as they're able to without anyone having enough real information to decide if what they're doing is right or wrong.
For us it seems obvious that the cold war would sort itself out but from the perspective of someone who was simply given the facts of the situation without context that would be a hard sell. "Who watches the watchmen?" is supposed to be a pitying statement. Nobody is there to tell them if what they're doing is right or wrong.
Are there any good comics about birds and or bird people?
Hey /co/, /tv/pleb here.
What the fuck is this character? Why do Green Arrow and all the other heroes listen to everything she says?
Because he's literally Green Batman. The entire show is basically make Green Arrow Batman and everyone listens to Batman even when he's green because he was trapped on a hellish island for 5 years and MUH FATHER MUH CITY MUH EMOTIONAL SCARS
Because she has the power to destroy an entire city with her bullshit.
I hope they don't get along.