Why wasn't tan, tall, muscular, and bald Lex in BvS?
I TOOK HER OUT
IT WAS A FRIDAY NIGHT
When and why did DC writers stop writing Clark Kent as a wimpy nerd and began to portray him as just a normal guy?
Give me an example of just ONE comic book that is as important to the comic world as ITCOTCK is to the music world
>Dan? Geoff? It's me. I heard you lads were having problems with your movie scripts...
>Welp we tried Snyder and it was a mess, might as well give that bald English Irish whatever weirdo and George Miller a shot
>Mark Millar - former protege turned bitter enemy: four film adaptations and an upcoming sixth and seventh, official creative consultant / producer on FOX's Marvel properties, can call up Matthew Vaughn any day / any time and get an adaptation
>Alan Moore - competitor, bitter enemy: four film adaptations and an upcoming fifth animated one despite doing everything in his power short of murder to stop them
>Geoff Johns - friend, co-writer: creative consultant / producer on DC...
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BvS not crappy enough for you? They're showing a whole bunch of comic book serials on TCM right now.
Turner Classic Movies. A tv channel that specializes in vintage movies.
As some sort of promotion for BvS, they're airing a bunch of comic serials tonight.
-Batman and Robin
-Atom Man vs. Superman
The Disney Renaissance is generally thought of taking up the 1990's, but overall the major nostalgia seems to be more for the movies of the early 90's rather than later - in particular, Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and The Lion King stand out as the most beloved Classics of this era. Do you agree with this? Are the early 90's the best movies/years of Disney's animated repertoire? If so, what was done right that hasn't been replicated since?
I think it's just that when they first came out, it was more novel, doing the whole Broadway treatment to them. Then after Lion King it started to get old so that people got progressively more tired of it. I do wonder if they were switched around and, say, Hercules had come out in 1989 while Little Meraid wasn't until the late 90's after all the others, if they still would have gotten the same reception.
Hunchback of Notre Dame is really the best of the whole lot, but it probably didn't do well because it was viewed as too dark. I'm not sure why Lion King was the biggest hit though, it always felt kind of over-rated to me.
Beauty and the Beast and Hunchback are really the most Broadway of them, espeically with the whole openings, but I guess the Broadway musical tone was what made the Renaissance stand out from everything else. Little Mermaid was pretty Broadway too, but BATB really owned it.
The more masc ones
The more in-between ones
The more twinky ones
Who am I leaving off? who did I put on that doesn't deserve his spot?
So 16 episodes in, and this season has been kinda shit, hasn't it?
It suffered from setting up Legends and overall that was a disappointment. Don't even get me started on Arrow season 4.
holy shit, is something actually going to happen?
>created by Jeph Jacques
oh, I guess not then.
They look so weird in this episode
She is probably going to die next week.
How will you react?
What did /co/ think of Nameless?
Is it racist of me to make the main protagonist of my comic a misanthropic, bookish, sarcastic, and cynical gal of color who
was knocked up as a young adult and raises her kid a lone
I don't follow Robot Chicken but is this normal for their synopsis? http://www.locatetv.com/listings/cartoon-network#02-Apr-2016
Or is this a glitch on my end? I have never seen such a fucking bullshit entry on any cartoon I've ever watched.
>There is actually a show about a robot chicken
Where did the originality go?