What's /co/'s opinion on this show? The first season is free on Crackle and I was thinking about watching it to try to forget about the upcoming reboot aka Ballbusters.
It is not even remotely as politically correct as people make it out to be.
>Female character is wrong as often as the men and undergoes as many physical pratfalls as the men
>Mexican character is laziest, stupidest, most unhygienic member of the team and not a good role model
>The handicapped guy is the butt of a LOT of jokes about his handicap, but the way he reacts to them in stride (or makes them himself) is what's...
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We're still only halfway through the season. When's it coming back?
What is your overall opinion on Recess guys
You know why people are ignoring this thread.
Stop posting your shit. You're not entitled to praise.
Jesus CHRIST these dogs have been fucking CRUCIFIED
So how many of you read superheroes mainly because they are about beautiful people in skintight costumes engaged in physical activities? I know I do.
Mmm, the things I'd do to her...
God bless cheesecake.
Agent Venom is best Venom
prove me wrong
hard to gauge really, they were all silly as shit
Dontello by far, think of how many situations they wouldn't have survived if it wasn't due to his scientific prowess
It would be a close tie between leo and don, both seem to contribute equally.
why does Superman need the Justice League? can't he take care of everything?
Who are some noteworthy crossover couples that /co/ had a hand in getting off the ground? Pic related is the example I can think of
Hey there /co/. We've been building up to it all week. Let's get back into Infinite Crisis with the event itself. Hope you like shock deaths and superheroes hating each other! Just kidding, there's also some neat stuff too.
More than 10 years at this point. At least some of them have been okay.
This issue we learn Nassir backstory and Chris does something useful
I don't mind more diversity in comics. I think having more non-white guy heroes can be a good change in pace.
But I absolutely hate the trend of just replacing older heroes with newer, "diverse" identities. Why not create a new, tech-based hero that's also a black woman? Use an issue of Iron Man as a backdoor pilot for her introduction?
>Why not create a new, tech-based hero that's also a black woman? Use an issue of Iron Man as a backdoor pilot for her introduction?
IS that not what they're doing? She's supposed to be like an apprentice or something right? Tony's not dying or anything.
So they're pretty much going full Pacific Rim on us.
>The episode name is one word
>the episode name has nothing to do with the actual plot.
fucking Steven Universe man
>The episode is named after the production number