Well /co/, is it true?
Every Disney™ film is the best Disney™ film they've ever made.
except for the good dinosaur
I read today that Moss' chararcter was a man in the original Alias series.
Why did they decide to make her a lesbian for the show? I mean, beyond IT'S 2016!!!!!
Why does he wear the mask?
I know what you want, Shraggy! You wanna make a biiiig sandwich!
Are there any alternative universe comics where Batman loses his shit and forgets about the whole ''no killing'' thing and starts to clean up the Gotham (killing his villains)?
Why is this show so good?
My only gripe with this show is the character design. I get the idea that they wanted every kid to look very distinct, but just randomly mashing basic geometric shapes together is lowballing it.
>Boy in green is supposed to be autistic
>Boy in purple sidecar-thingy is a cripple
>Pink girl has down syndrome
>Boy in blue with the shades is blind
>Other 2 are just typical non-fucked up kids, for diversity purposes I guess
Would you watch /co/? Have any predictions. Looks bad but I'd give it a go.
Felt like re-watching this today.
It's not as amusing as I remember.
Dude preacher lmao!!
yep could be worse if it's mediocre.
If it's bad then it'll just dissapear and maybe in 5 years someone will try again.
If it's mediocre it'll get a fan following, Tumblr gifs, etc and have 4-5 seasons. It will also probably kill attempts at future adaptations because producers will be thinking of the lmao version and decline a more faithful adaptation.
What does /co/ think of The Boys? It's one of my favourite comic book series of all time and I usually don't like Ennis.
I feel Butcher performed a face-heel turn a little too quick for my tastes. Also I just feel bad for Huey because he went through the trouble of getting an "upgrade" from Mother's Milk's mother and it all kinda fizzled out
Is this shit? Like, NO ONE ever fuckin talks about it and it's obvious there is always discussion about other Pixar films.
For the time though it got good reception.
Wall-E was great. I don't think there's much to be said about it, for that reason. It's hard to have a regular thread where we all sit around and agree that this movie was awesome.
I wouldn't say it's best, but certainly its most widely appealing. Without dialogue, Wall-E's adorable nature is a lot more open to appeal and interpretation than, say, Mr. Incredible or Carl Fredrickssen. Those *are* good characters, to be clear- they're Pixar protagonists, ffs- but Wall-E is essentially only one or two rungs over a sci-fi version of cute cat videos online.
And everyone fucking loves cat videos. Ubiquitous, across cultures.
Let's be honest, they're both Mary-Sues. The difference is for some reason or another people are okay with Batman being a Mary-Sue. I'm guessing because of the whole relatable factor due to being human.
>sold his family's engineering company through 3 generations to make comics
Is he the epitome of manchildness?
Recent episodes have been gold, what's going on?