>no Sausage Party thread
Is no one on /co/ interested in this? What are your thoughts/predictions? Will it take advantage of its medium or just be food smoking weed?
>Civil War the comic
Pretty much unanimously hated by /co/
>Civil War the movie
/co/ is losing their shit acting like it will be the best movie ever.
I don't get it.
>>Civil War the movie
>/co/ is losing their shit acting like it will be the best movie ever.
I think most people have acknowledged that it's really unlikely that the majority of the problems people had with the Civil War event will be in the movie.
I'm still skeptical though
You called it, /co/.
>Interestingly, it seems as if romance may be on the cards for the Scarlet Speedster and Girl of Steel, with executive producer Ali Adler confirming that Barry and Kara have "quite an adorable banter" and "immediately click." However, one person not too keen on that is James Olsen according to Mehcad Brooks. "We have this little rivalry, because he’s a superhero, too, and kind of hitting on my girl a little bit. I’m like, ‘Damn you, Barry.'" Melissa Benoist wouldn't give too much...
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>They are both so happy with their powers and what they get to do and how they get to help people, that it’s kind of infectious and exciting and upbeat and happy.
Are they allowed to make this in 2016?
I thought comic properties could only make grim movie/tv shows nowadays.
Yes /co/ this is Anais speaking
Did ANYBODY watch Season 2?
Will there even be a Season 3?
Don't care either way, but it is kind of sad how bad the ABC shows have been languishing....
I watched it, and I loved it. It's actually my favorite of all the superhero shows on television now.
As for everyone else, these are things you can find with google.
Children! Heh, lost the word there.
Why was /co/ mad at the flying trailer thing again? I get that the webm posted here made it seem like regular rockets, but it was being flown by Ultronbots that were perfectly synchronized and could correct their flight. I don't see the problem.
"You've spun your last web, Spider-Man."
"Follow the cold shiver running down your spine. "
"FINISH IT! "
"The HEART Osborn! First, we attack his heart! "
"We'll meet again, Spider-Man! "
" I chose my path, you chose the way of the hero. And they found you amusing for a while, the people of this city."
"Godspeed, Spider-Man "
"Out, AM I!"
"We are who we choose to be... now, *choose*! "
"You're pathetically predictable, like a moth to the flame. What about my generous proposal? Are you in or are you out?"
"Back to formula?"
Has any other film portrayal of a comic villain been done better dialogue wise or dialogue delivery wise?
Why does he have tits?
The "Bronze Age" of Disney (sometimes mixed in with the "Dark Age" of the Early-to-Mid 80's as well, covers the movies made by Disney in the years following Walt's death - ie, the first batch of films they had to make without Walt's guidance. This was also a continuation of the Xerox animatoin that started in the 60's.
How do these films hold up today? Do you enjoy any of them? Do you consider any of them under-rated, or do you agree that this era of Disney's history is mostly forgettable?
Robin Hood is only known for creating furries. Aristocats is mediocre beyond believe, Winnie the Pooh was just mashing together already made material. Rescuers is the only movie from that age that was halfway decent.
>its a "Everyone is an asshole episode" specially this bitch
Seriously, what happened to FG? Its way more annoying than funny now
Have a sip of my... juice?
Why did it get cancelled?
>Who was the best garg
>Who was the worst garg?
>Who was the cutest garg?
>Which garg(s) would you fugg with?
>but what about the rest of the clones/britian clan/japaneses clan/inca clan/wyvern clan/comic characters?
not important enough.
Is the general consensus that the kid-centric episodes are the worse?