When did you grew out of hating Batman /co/?
I was 17
is there such thing as Too Much swearing?
Not really, but the reason people are calling SP out on it is because that's supposed to be the joke.
Those dumb looking cartoons are saying fuck, and that's funny because that doesn't happen in Pixar cartoons.
Theoretically that could be funny, but that seems to be the joke, the one.
Yea of course.
Swearing is supposed to emphasise a sentence, so naturally the more it's used the less effective it becomes.
Tell me which of these sentences sound the most powerful or effective and which sounds the weakest,
>I'm so tired of these dogs barking.
>I'm so fucking tired of these dogs barking.
>I'm so fucking tired of these fucking dogs and their fucking barking.
Obviously the third sentence sounds like it's overdoing it and lost...
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You believe William Fichtner is Krang in the new TMNT movie?
William Fichtner's face compared to the face of Krang's robot body in the new movie.
Batman Incorporated was a stupid idea
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How many Joker red herrings have there been so far?
Everything is awesome.
Same reason people have liked those jokes for thirty years.
Keep in mind also that the Batman seen there is Batman as imagined by some 10 year old kid with a childish sense of humor, so it makes sense his behavior would be rather lowest common denominator.
You know after re-watching the entire series for a second time, I realized I'd be a fucking liar to say that the show didn't fall off a cliff at a certain point. For me it had to be "Cry for Help."
I used to be a huge fan of the series. I wanted to stream the entire season and a half online to see how the story evolved. Unfortunate I was met with just utter mediocrity after a certain point. Maybe this show is best watched in small doses, or maybe I have shit taste. I don't know, has anyone else come to this realization?
I honestly think it's a great show for kids. It addresses a lot of issues that pretty much never get touched, and it only seems to be getting better at that. Not great entertainment for adults, but I'd rather let my kids watch this than something that coddles them and tells them they're all perfect and special and nobody has problems ever.
Things in comics & cartoons you just knew were someone's fetish.
This thing kidnaps Carl and forces him to become an extremely muscled up version of himself.
>have a black super hero/villain
>put black in the front of his name
Why do they keep getting away with this?
>Long Live the Queen
I don't get it, what does Carol get out of her relationship with Jessica? Spiderwoman is a complete fucking failure at life and if anything, Carol seems to be enabling her self-destructive actions. I know everyone jokes that they're in a secret lesbian relationship with each other, but honestly that's the only explanation that makes sense at this point.
I'm not judging, I'm just curious
Why does the "fractured fairy tale" genre do so well with women? I remember reading somewhere that Fables sells like gangbusters with female readers, and then there's things like Once Upon A Time and the entire Zenescope comic lineup.
because fairytales as a genre is almost exclusively marketed toward women. disney basically ensured that entire generations of young girls grow up with fairytales, especially those involving princesses. Fables and Once Upon a Time and others only build upon what Disney began in the lives of young girls.
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