St. Patricks Day Edition!
Well, this thread went well.
As much as I love these threads, what’s the purpose of having one on St Patrick’s Day?
If anything I would’ve waited till Easter. Think about it, Easter is a holiday based around the concept of a man rising from the grave. It’s perfect!
I’ll bump this thread just to see what happens, but I really think Easter’s the better option.
>inb4 "Why not both?"
>I would’ve waited till Easter.
Wait until fucking halloween. We get all of october and some time around Christmas to do this. It's plenty of fucking fun then. Stop trying to do it again because it makes it less special.
Who would win in a fight to the death?
I haven't watched this movie since it came out when I was a kid, I remember liking it, how does it hold up?
I rewatched it recently. Some effects are good, other are spectacular in how awful they look. I remember as a kid I loved the way they made the cape look, but you see it now, it's just crummy.
Make up work on Spawn and the clown is top notch, when he turns into the Violator and it's actually a giant puppet, as opposed as a computer effect, it still looks solid.
Plot makes no sense.
Apparentely they run out of budget while making it, so that's why some of the effects are unfinished.
My suggestion: watch the TV series instead.
My favorite part was at the end, when Spawn confronts the devil. All that build up about Spawn leading his army and whatnot and Spawn just ends up decimating literally all of them with a sweep of his eye beams. And that's it.
I can't fucking believe this episode.
After all the repostings of the image where she flashes her class, I had to fucking watch it. Where did the times go?
She even wore her bookbag over her chest because she was upset she was flat. That's a fucking relation to when kids had to hide their boners or some shit
I didn't think Disney would've done this, somehow I missed it.
Might as well, I'm fucking laughing my ass off I missed all this shit in my down time in this era.
What are those episodes if you don't mind? I could find the Brace Face one from Google easily I'm assuming, but I haven't even seen any /co/ pics of Ginger relating to anything like this.
This film was intentionally made just to be considered "the super hero movie with less efford in history"?
Fantastic four 1994 was intentionally made to be considered "the super hero movie with less efford in history", but at least had a reason to be made.
There is no target audience, there is no relevance, theres no development, theres no real jokes or not even real lazy jokes.
what the fuck is efford and where is it present in other superhero films
is this eh ford?
the joke is the same back when bruce lee played the role in the short lived tv show
the asian guy does the work the white guy gets the credit. black people didnt make the rail roads through the desert in america and neither did white people but it probably wasnt in your history text book in school
asians are hired by your companies to design your products because america hasnt be able to produce enough people with the needed credentials to do the jobs
Watched pic related recently and enjoyed it. What should I be watching next?
Looking for adult animation, in particular things like Heavy Metal that go balls out with the 70's cheesy psychedelic sci-fi/fantasy. Preferably stuff that would be go to watch
HERE COMES PJ SPARKLES
I've heard people call this book patrician. And say it is misunderstand, and falsely criticized. Why is that?
Because all those things are true. It's Frank Miller's Batman taken to something approaching its logical conclusion, with all the Milleresque overblown noir insanity intact. If you're looking for Batman Adventures, this ain't it. But if you're looking for a Batman book actually willing to take chances and play fast and loose with 75-year old continuity that's almost always held as sacrosanct, this book'll give you a good ol' time.
Personally, it's in my top ten...
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I wouldn't call it patrician, but I would say it is falsely criticized sometimes.
Like people still think he was going to kill Dick's parents when it literally says in the comic that Bruce didn't even want him until years from now, there were other candidates, and he just felt responsible since he was there when they died.
It's falsely criticized because at the time of it's release everyone took it seriously.
I don't think it's as amazing as /co/ seems to think it is now but it's not really that bad. Had some great moments though.
Why is he the single most hated intellectual property DC has? Not the fans, of course, but I mean the writers and the executives.
What is it about J'onn J'onzz that makes people at DC's blood boil with rage and vision go red? It's legitimately frustrating to me that we'll likely never see him on the big screen and that his role in comics has been essentially reduced to that of an extra.
Please explain it to me, /co/.
Is Season 3 worth watching?
Why do adults who love cartoons not as stigmitized as the traditional weeboo?
More comics like these.
post your favorite OC's
>people think the glasses disguise is ridiculous
You would be amazed what people don't notice.
Has very different posture, too. Superman has his head forward, he's ready, going at you, Clark is sort of slack shouldered and wimpy.
m8, a bunch of people can't recognize that chick from 500 days of summer without bangs covering her face.
I'm sure Clark can cover his ass while looking like a mild-mannered reporter.