Which had the better intro?
Which was the better show?
ITT: Cartoons that you have dropped after a few episodes
I watched the first 10 or so episodes when it first came out and then I lost interest.
On a scale from 1 to 10, how pathetic is it for somebody to fall in love with a cartoon character?
After 9 months of being on hiatus Ava's Demon is scheduled to return this January, which means within the next 2 weeks! Who is getting pumped for some more Wrava action with me?!
cant get hype for this webcomic anymore... 9months is a long time to be on hiatus especially when u have people who paid for ur webcomic and then u put it on hold to et more people to pay for vol 2 of ur webcomic with another kickstarter which tied up ur webcomic for even longer so u ut out a book for suff u literally just put out a month or 2 before
>implying it's ever coming back
Has it actually been that long?
Should a creator be criticized if they had drawn a lot of weird fetish art at one point?
Also out of curiosity how screwed would you personally be if you were ever to become a well known creator and your odd fetish was discovered?
Honestly, almost all animators/cartoonists have fetishes. I think if you're able to roll with it, you'll be fine. The main reason we pick on Dobson is that he's a very stubborn artist who refuses to improve and also has too many opinions he assumes are fact (Macs are better just because they're nicer). We pick on his inflation fetish because we want to take him down a peg.
Whereas we don't do that to Opik because Opik is a good artist who does improve.
I think if you're going to criticize somebody, it should be a valid reason, not some petty fetish bullshit.
If you criticize Dobson over his inflation fetish, using your example, it just makes you look like a dick, and as if you don't have anything legitimate you can criticize him for.
You're not saying there isn't plenty of stuff you can criticize Dobson for, are you?
New Suicide Squad posters, to celebrate the new trailer.
Why have Marvel titles been so fucking awful for the last couple of years?
ITT: God-tier villains.
I'm mixed on Chicken Suit Guy because, while he was in many ways a more natural and realistic villain to toys on a conceptual level, there wasn't much to him. Which was the point, but I just couldn't get as drawn into the conflict of the film because of it - the Prospector was more impactful because he had a real motive. Sid and Lotso were also fleshed out (the former through subtle backdrop info that implies a rough household, the latter through an outright backstory dump).
The issue that started everything we know and love about superheroes
Is this THE most One True OTP?
His hair's supposed to be partly blonde, right?
>Netflix has put “Jessica Jones” back on the case, announcing that it has given a second season of 13 episodes to the series starring Krysten Ritter as a private detective with superhuman abilities.
>The long-awaited renewal is not much of a surprise. “Jessica Jones” premiered in November to strong reviews, with Variety’s Maureen Ryan heralding it as “not just a contender for the title of...
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So...what are they going to do? They spent 90% of the first season chasing Purple Man and talking about Purple Man that I can't see much traction for season 2. I know, evil company who created Nuke, but I doubt anyone is interested in another evil agency.
Also, I expect more shock deaths that don't affect the characters in the show.
they can use the stories they didn't use in season one. Mattie, the m(I)gh, stuff like that.
possibly making the igh user or dealer the main villain of the series if they want to use a similar structure as S1
>Venture Bros season six starts the 31st
Hold me, /co/. It's been so long. I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Also, Venture Bros thread.
This Inhumans shilling has gotten out of hand.
I know Marvel has constantly given Inhumans #1 away for free, but they actually inserted the entire first issue into Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1.
It was okay when they did it with Agents of SHIELD, because the show really did need an overnight way of having superheroes suddenly appear everywhere, but Marvel seems to only be focused now on "fuck X-Men, you like Inhumans now".
I was always against /co/'s and the rest of the internet's idea to give the X-Men their own universe.
But now, it almost seems like the only way to still get X-Men stories without Marvel treating them second-rate
>I was always against /co/'s and the rest of the internet's idea to give the X-Men their own universe.
Pros and cons of X-Men having their own universe? We'll lose Beast and Wonder Man being friends, what?
I guess the major con is losing the relationships between X-Men and non X-Men characters. And their are a lot of them.
But the major pro is at least it won't constantly be about Inhumans/every other character vs. X-Men anymore and we can focus on actual stories about X-Men.
The only reason Marvel hasn't done it is probably because Deadpool is such a money maker for them. Because I can't think of any other reason, seeing as the screw the X-Men over specifically with each new event.
Why do /co/urgettes hate Avatar: The Legend Of Korra? I've never got around watching it, genuinely curious.
it started out with a really cool world but they had no clue how many seasons would be made so the plots were all over the place and shipping was an active detriment to the show. Season 3 was cool though.
Does anyone give a shit about Regular Show anymore?