Why didnt spidey help the avengers when NY was under attack?
So when should I stop reading Amazing Spider-Man?
I've read Ditko's run probably a dozen times in the last decade but I never really continued after the Goblin reveal just because I grew up with those comics and I figured no one else could compare. Should I read the Romita run or maybe skip forward to the high profile Conway or Stern runs?
Only people who have actually read these comics need reply.
>when should I stop reading Amazing Spider-Man
Back in Black. After that skip ahead to Gauntlet.
Also don't forget to read Spectacular. There's some good stuff in there.
Is he gonna hit puberty? He's already 19 and he still doesn't sound like Spider-Man in any voiced depiction.
Would you be okay with a recast?
There are so many teenagers that don't sound like that. Marvel isn't achieving any level of authenticity by casting someone with such a boypussy voice when teenagers with voices like Spider-Man's exist.
The source of Evil.
ITT: Canon Mary Sues.
what's the deal with this haircup, /co/?
Can he use his powers to destroy things made of vibranium or adamantium? Also, how stron is he? it sounds like he can pretty much destroy anything.
So how I into comics?
Not just today's stuff but also the old stories. I'm not really fussed with owning a physical copy; is there somewhere online where I can read from say Issue #1 of whatever onward? Marvel or DC, either one or both is fine.
It's a shame they never did anything more with this Morty or the plotline.
Here's hoping Season 3 rectifies that.
Infinite mass punch
Flash accelerates to light speed and punches a guy. As an object approaches lightspeed it's mass becomes infinite. Force is massXacceleration. This allows Flash to hit an object with an infinite amount of force.
So, is this place the MCU version of The Raft? Will they start imprisoning villains instead of having them all die by the end of their movies?
What's so stupid about a prison out in the ocean? The whole point is to make it hard for inmates to escape. Even if they get out of their cells they can't go anywhere.
Same idea as the Negative Zone prison, but I understand them being a bit more grounded.
So a friend of mine writes a brief recap for all the comics he reads and sometimes I like to go through his files to keep myself up-to-date with all the shit I haven't the time to read. [Pic-related] is from his Captain America: Sam Wilson file. Is that true? Is that comic really that politicized? I found very mixed info on the internet.
Judge for yourself
Reminder that because this is the only TMNT cartoon that actually uses as much material from the comics as possible, it's the closest of the three to actually seem more like "TMNT the animated series" rather than "TMNT the thinly disguised toy commercial" or "TMNT the bad fanfic".
>Reminder that because this is the only TMNT cartoon that actually uses as much material from the comics as possible
...so? Does that automatically make it the best in your limited scope?
Still doesn't change the fact it had shit dialogue, voice acting and music. Animation was nothing special either.
When is Marvel going to reboot?
How can we get rid of MCU Spider-Man?
Miss me yet?
Having a diverse cast can work as long as it's not brought attention to. Sure the group was a black guy, a mexican, a goth chick, & a cripple, but they never brought attention to any of it in a bad way.
Garet made fun of himself constantly, & it's even suggested he dies in the bad future due to being a dick. That or he never became famous. Hilarious either way.
>falls from a great height
>"my legs! I can't feel my...
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