I've wondered a couple things about Batman
1) Does he police his batarangs after a battle or are there tons just laying around for people to keep as a collectors item?
2) Does his grappling hook always hook on to something or does it sometimes have to puncture the side of a building and if so how much do you think has been spent on batman related repairs like that?
People take batarangs all the time and sell them on ebay
Very yes. I can't remember the comic, but there was a criminal who he severely fucked up with batarangs and came back to haunt him or something. Someone has the page.
Any comics that genuinely unnerved you? Nothing to horrific, just disturbing.
Who else is more hype for this than for BvS and CA:CW?
So, who is going to be the villain in the inevitable Punisher Netflix series?
My vote is for this guy.
Barracuda's more of a season two villain. You can't just dive right in with him.
Also, there's kind of a generational thing that doesn't work with young Punisher at the start of his career. In MAX, Frank's a product of Vietnam and Barracuda came out of the narco wars of the '80s. It's kind of important to their dynamic. Iron Man's already shown us that Afghanistan is a great 21st century alternative to Vietnam but I'm not sure what the millennial equivalent of Grenada is.
New to this character. Is the Teen Titans cartoon a bad representation of Terra? I hear the creators tried something new, regretted it, and Go! is more faithful to the comic version.
So how is classic X-Factor? Setting aside how they had to ruin Cyclops for it
This can also be a X-General
Kill Six Billion Demons - Prostration edition
>“Take care when ye walk when there’s a dim age about. Many awful lights will spring up a-hungering when men’s hearts darken. When the darkling sky reigns, a man’s eyes grow so adimmed he can scarcely tell the glimmer o’ window light asides from the terrible heat o’ the forest fire.”
>– Peregrine Knight Enric
>"Take care when ye show your true face to power ye are prepared to stare down a monstrous visage indeed."
You have 10 seconds to name a bigger beta
Seriously, rewatch this series with all the preconceptions of betaness and Doug is absolutely the incarnation of it.
he even had some PTP lined up begging for his beta dick in the Disney series but was too hung up on the mayo bitch.
Why is he so grumpy?
Mix and match some people to be your pals to hang with
I gotta admit, there's something strangely appealing about it
You know what the appeal is?
It's a cartoon. That's just it. It's a silly cartoon and doesn't pretend to be anything else. It doesn't try to be "dramatic" or "serious" with overarching stories like other shows or even perpetuate their stock brand of humor.
From that standpoint I think it's very genuine and heartfelt, you honestly don't see that kinda stuff in animation nowadays. If Uncle Grandpa was a 90s show, I'm sure everybody would have loved it. It really feels like it's from that time.
What I like about the show is that it is very confident in it's humor, never talking down to or making fun of any demographic, and instead focusing on surrealist humor. It also has Adam DeVine, and I'm a fan of Workaholics.
So... Unclen Ben will be back in Spider-Man's Dead No More.
Why can't you just stay dead!
Next you become spider-man
Another you are in my wet dream!
And now, You become superman?
Somebody fucking tell IGN to stop review animation.
What kind of idiot actually believes this?
Who would win /co/, Marvel's writers/artists or DC's writers/artists?