>he watches filthy Achievement Hunter animations
Why aren't you scrubs supporting FunHaus cartoons? They're clearly the best Rooster Teeth group
Do Your Job!
Is saying I was a viable option at this point or have you already written the pink slip
Toby Maguire was the best Peter
Andrew Garfield was the best Spider-Man
Spectacular Spider-Man was simply the best.
Got some interesting answers the last time, so I'll ask again:
Who or what what is the one /co/-related character, team, title, show, universe, or franchise that you've made it your business to keep up with? That you live, breathe, and can even sperg about for hours on end because you know everything there is to know about it?
Pic related is still the closest for me.
I dunno, I dropped out of comics altogether for a few years before recently coming back to it, and I don't closely follow movie news because I like to have some surprise left when I'm finally watching the movie.
I'm currently reading through the whole of ASM so I guess Spider-Man. Minor obsession since age 7.
I don't even know what's happening in ASM right now. He's, like, in Shanghai now and running his own multinational company and is posing as his own bodyguard much like old school Iron Man?
What are some of the saddest tear jerking or emotion drawing deaths of comic book history.
also warning SPOILER ALERT! Do not open this picture unless you have read Garth Ennis' 'THE BOYS'. The death involved will be meaningless if you have not read it and if you have is a hell of a lot more meaningful and impactful if you know the character involved.
>The death involved will be meaningless if you have not read it and if you have is a hell of a lot more meaningful and impactful if you know the character involved.
That goes for every death, anon.
Anyhow, here's Dinobot.
May i suggest fatman on batman. Its a podcast (and i think now a little youtube talk show) that was previously kevin smith interviewing peole involved with batman. but for a while now has basically been an everything comic related talk show/podcast with kavin smith and marc bernardin.
The mole on caps side
Better or worse than the reboot we're getting?
why does the live-action movie medium make such a huge impact on people? i don't understand why we need to get so pumped for this stuff when there's already amazing comics, cartoons, and games that are more rich in content than an expensive 2 hour hollywood performance.
Movies carry a sense of legitimacy that other mediums do not.
I think partially because of how well regarded actors are and how much money they cost and make.
Also I think they are the closest people get to the idea seeming like its a real thing. Even though in many ways its just as cartoonish or fantastical. Because its real people filmed in such a way that makes them look like events really unfolding, i think it resonates with far more people than other forms of media.
>why does the live-action movie medium make such a huge impact on people?
>Why are movies a mass media to the extent that they are?
Are you really asking this question? Cause that's a hell of a question, with reasons both historical and cultural.
I don't know how many of you agree, but I think there won't ever be another truly great disney movie. take mulan for example. it's masterpiece, anyone who disagrees is a moron that should burn in hell. but as i rewatched it, there's a lot of stuff that would be considered ""racist" these days. a movie like this wouldn't fly today.
i think we're nearing the point where drawing asians with slanted eyes will be racist soon
Anyone who loves 90s Disney musicals and hates either The Princess and the Frog, Tangled, or Frozen is a complete fucking retard who is so blinded by nostalgia they don't even know why they liked those movies in the first place.
That's also ignoring Winnie the Pooh and Wreck-It Ralph, which were also fantastic.
This is factual.
Frozen wasnt the best movie but its become popular to hate it just because its popular.
And wreck it ralph was on level with any of the older movies like Mulan or Aladdin not to mention Zootopia which BTFOs some of the older movies
LOOK OUT! THANOS HAS A GUN!!!
Is there anything better than reading a good comic? I don't know why but I'm nearly overcome with joy when I'm reading a comic that is the trifecta, good story, good artwork, and good team working on it.
Nothing compares. What are your favorite comic runs? How about favorite comic book characters?
Do you thing it's irresponsible for DC to have an R-rated Superman?
So it's really anal, huh.
R-rating in the US only means that it's restricted to 17 and under without a parent or guardian present, so those bragging kids are just bragging that the system works - they're allowed in, accompanied.
In areas where there's a lower aged rating, Deadpool seems to have gotten those instead, but that's not available in the US; it's a failing of the number of ratings the US system has...
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Don't write a check with your mouth that you can't cash with your ass, son.
Why do Snyder's mentor characters give the best advice?
>you can save her, Kal. You can save them all.
>except for those darkies, my son. On Krypton we had those apes exterminated and a lifetime of peace and harmony began.
>I trust you will do the same
>>except for those darkies, my son. On Krypton we had those apes exterminated and a lifetime of peace and harmony began.
What Kryptonians did to their blacks was actually even more hilarious. They rounded them up and forced them to live on an island.
What were these
why were these
The Ultimate versions of the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon villains The Fly Twins.