He is objectively the best written character in the show, prove me wrong.
You fucking can't
>'No punisher series planned' says Marvel Boss
>“I think that’s something that people are speculating on, as opposed to something that’s actually happening,” Loeb said at the time.
Instead we get Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Jessica SJWones. Each with several seasons. They also said they don't want to do more than 2 shows a year.
Live it to Disney to introduce a a great character and then drop him again.
How in the world was S1 considered better? I don't get this meme.
The movie is great 8/10. Affleck is maybe the best Batman and certainly the best Bruce Wayne. Plot is strong but Snyder once again manages to deliver the 1st and 2nd act in a weird/slow way. Fan Service everywhere and you are going get 4 very special surprises.
remember that time Aaron Diaz drew naked pictures of his waifu and everyone got so mad at him he quit the internet?
not the op, but I like watching shitheads get destroyed by their own hand
like when phil fish, an indie dev, leaked his companies financials himself to blame it on 'gamergaters'. shit's hilarious
Creative team is Christopher Hastings (Dr. McNinja, Adventure Time, Deadpool: Fear Itself and Longshot ) and Langdon Foss
Turns out we won't be getting any real political figures in this series, which means no Trump, but there will still be plenty of political satire.
Other highlights include Angela being his head of security, Sam Wilson getting involved and the narrator being a political journalist we can suposedly trust.
>CBR News: In addition to the topical nature of the book, part of the appeal of "Vote Loki" is the chance to write Loki himself. Loki's classic incarnation is as a villain, but in recent years he's become much more complex, often falling into the anti-hero category. What's your sense of the character?
>Christopher Hastings: I love that Loki has become a deeply conflicted character in recent years. Villain to hero, to something in...
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ITT: characters that did nothing wrong
Why did Disney just ask if I've taken a good look at Star's breasts? Am I mishearing this?
Assuming this isn't just shitposting, they said a good look at her "dress."
You can't tell from the quality of that picture, but the squid on her dress normally just has a straight line for a mouth, as seen on the right, but is smiling on the left when Star gets a call from her crush.
I'm just waiting for the reveal that Homeworld were the good guys all this time. I want Steven to join Yellow Diamond where he rightfully belongs.
What's with the Thor movies and the strange aversion to magic, but not actually averting magic?
>It's not magic, guy!
>It's the power of apparently influencing the course of events by using mysterious or supernatural forces.
Also, they tried to play up the whole WE'RE NOT GODS thing, yet Thor has never corrected anyone the dozens of times he's been called a god.
I've seen this.
If you have any questions, I'll answer it. I already answered some in another thread.
Women of the MCU Battle Royal
TV/Movie iterations only
>Hells Kitchen Rooftop
>to the Death
>each start with 1 choice melee weapon
Which Waif...Fu's the best?
not only knows both Superman and Batman's identity, but throws Lois off a roof and writes "WITCH" on Ma Kent's forehead
Is this the biggest bastardization of a cape villain so far? This makes Ultron look like smalltime.
What are some of the worst Disney animated movies/shorts/shows/etc. throughout history?
Do I get a prize? I've clearly won this thread.
>there are actually people on /co/ who like Fraction's Hawkeye
>there are people who actually like/care about Hawkeye
I mean, I know comic nerds are well known for their shit taste, but come on now.