>that movie made enough to spawn a sequel
No one's gonna talk about this or what?
>GREAT LAKES AVENGERS #1
>Written by ZAC GORMAN
>Penciled by WILL ROBSON
>Cover by WILL ROBSON
>Variant cover by MICHAEL ALLRED
we already did, it's written by the guy who wrote the Rick and Morty comics. It looks ok. We're just waiting for the inevitable #6 cancellation announcement and the finale were they find out they were not Mutants but actually Inhumans.
Is this guy a good character? I just found out about him and he seems fascinating on paper.
what title says
Do you think the army men from Toy Story are actually bloodthirsty little bastards?
Obi wan was so callous when he met Darth Vader again, and yet... Ahsoka refused to just leave him
Because Obi Wan knew what was coming and cared more about the future and the galaxy. Ashoka on the other hand, selfishly sacrificed a young padawan to the dark side just to try and save Anakin.
In the end. She failed and only Luke succeeded where she wanted.
I feel like had Obi Wan was an a longer confrontation, he would have shown more emotion. But since Luke and the gang were trying to escape, he had to hide his feelings
What was the fucking point of this character?
To make fun of the "bullied kid stands up for himself" trope?
Ta fill out the Zodiac Quota since he already made Vriska his waifu first and then had to do the rest
Is this series any good? I never see it talked about on /co/, either positively or with the bile reserved for Squirrel Girl/Hellcat/Thor/Mockingbird/Captain Marvel/pretty much every other female led title actually.
It looks cute. Worth checking out?
>That episode where Arthur gets arrested for bullying online and spouting racial slurs
>That episode where Buster becomes radicalized after watching too many ISIS videos
You've been put in charge of Superman and want to bring back the red trunks, but higher ups won't let you make it permanent. What's the most ridiculous way you can justify having his crotch area appear to be red.
>Clark is at home with Lois when he hears a cry for help. He puts on his costume and prepares to leave only to find a pen spilled onto his suit. Clark doesn't want people to think he soiled himself and covers up the stain with the nearest available item, a fresh out the dryer pair of red underwear.
Just do what Gleason does and put his crotch in the shadows a bunch even if it doesn't make sense.
What the fuck did I just read?
Never read Marvel comics save for the first black and white issues of some series.
What the fuck is this? Why is it so incredibly bad? I swear I felt dumber after finishing.
I liked the drawings but who the fuck comes up with such a shitty and fast paced story? Is this for real? Is this "official" Marvel canon?
Is there any side-series on this event worth reading?
Who picks success?
There are so many artists on several websites like Tumblr, DeviantArt, Patreon, etc., that I've been thinking about this for a couple of days.
What do artists do when they settle in? Like, turn 40 years old?
Do they just quit drawing or make it into a hobbie?
Do they continue to make a living out of it?
Is being an artist really that profitable?
When they turn popular, is it all luck combined with talent, hard work and perseverance?
What got me wondering about this was how in reality it's either luck or being picked up by someone with a lot of influence.
What do artists do when they fail, when their art doesn't get picked up? Do they just change areas or keep going and make it into a hobbie?
It's 50% luck and 50% pandering, I'd say.
Just look at how many shitty webcomic """""""""artists"""""""""" are making a living off by pandering to the tumblr audience. This applies to other things. Youtubers and streamers are the first examples that came to my mind.
I'm going to kill myself by the time I'm 40 and I've met a number of artists who felt the same, so long-term success and popularity isn't really an issue to some people. I've always figured a lot more people might feel that way than they let on, since being an artist and being mentally ill seem to go hand in hand.
>Barry, listen to me now!
>It's Felicity! Felicity Smoak! She's the Key!
>You were right about her! You've always been right about her!
>She's stronger than all of us!
With all the hubbub around superhero characters getting "Practical" "tacticool" or "modern" redesigns lately, do you think we'll ever see the reverse? A character getting a classic superhero makeover from their "modern" look?
Can we have a Re-draw thread?
Post re-draws of cartoon scenes.