>implying Batgod can't actually beat everything Bendis listed
Really, what did he mean by this?
Is he autistic?
"HERE'S WHAT _____ COULD LOOK LIKE AS ____"
itt: discuss the soon-to-be black canary
... Did she stuff her shirt?
Which of the books do you reckon the movie will adapt?
Black Manta literally did nothing wrong.
Muthafucka just lives by the rules of the jungle
How bad is it by now? How shit are the ratings?
Why choose a black guy?
Marvel why do you choose a black guy? You know hundreds of white nerds are going to complain about being "cuck or B. L.A.C.K.
If he tried to go into her she'd split down the middle like a fucking Kinder egg.
t. Black man
What up /co/, /sp/ here
Will comics be good again and if there are some good comics out right now what are they? I gave up about a year ago completely because of how shit I thought my favorite book, x-men got.
Also fuck movies and tv shows
Most of the DC stuff is pretty good.
Midnighter, Grayson and Martian Manhunter are worth a look. Bruce is back (next issue) as Batman, Superman is also back. As for Marvel... well I've heard great things about Vision.
Let's just say for a second that BvS is too dark and gritty, that's fine, who cares, Snyder is as Snyder does. But how is this going to impact the future of the DCCU? What if this movie is shit but makes a billion dollars anyway? Are we really going to have to just be okay with 20+ years of dark, edgy DC adaptations? How many times can you retell the same shitty "hero is a pariah because he is too strong/ operating outside the law" story?
>everything has to have the exact same tone as this movie
Stop thinking in terms of "cinematic universes". None of that shit matters. It only matters that we get good movies, and DC has said each movie is gonna be its own thing.
>you will never see Jane's finished painting of a beautiful naked Daria
i'm not saying she wasnt "good" and she showed us she can copy van goghs and shit, i'm just saying i recall her artistic sense being kinda dumb. please prove me wrong, if we have some screencaps, but i recall it being pretty oogly
I'm only a few minutes in and this is more entertaining than Mystery inc. with its poorly written dialog, jokes and like woohoo, Scoob. I did like Velma, though.
This movie is almost 80 years old, and yet it holds up like it hasn't aged a bit.
How is this possible?