They just confirmed a second "season", but it'll just be an episode cut-up into six or seven again. This time they plan on also airing the entire thing on CW.
What the fuck was even going on?
Felt like this should have been made decades ago.
I thought it was good. Not season 1 or 2 tier, but still good. The only episode I actively disliked was the one where all the clones were dying and Sevarius created a giant gargoyles son. That was odd. And I wan't a huge fan of the Broadway/Angela pairing.
What did you guys think?
Will Civil War II be started because Tony and Carol got drunk?
Anyone have that interview with Bruce Timm on the creation and production of Batman Beyond? Can't find it anywhere.
Also Batman Beyond thread.
i'm pretty sure it was on Fatman on Batman. at least that's where I heard it. I think. Pretty sure. Pretty neat story actually, yknow? that the execs wanted to do something retarded, but had just enough brain cells left to run it past the guys who did batman right
I know that part where WB execs were like "put Batman in school!", I'm talking about an interview I've seen posted a few times just as a series of images. It was pretty in-depth about Return of the Joker's censorship and had a few Timm drawings throughout.
Why would they mention torrenting?
So what's Calvin's deal? He frequently waxes philosophical and seems much more intelligent than most kids his age. So why does he do so badly in school? Does he just not apply himself? Is he not "book smart"? Is it just rule of funny?
He can be lazy a lot and also might just be shit at math. There's one comic where his father points out that he gets bad grades even though he obviously enjoys reading/learning about dinosaurs and shit, and Calvin points out that they don't learn about dinosaurs in school.
But mainly he can get smarter or dumber as the specific joke demands.
Who's the best Scott pilgrim Character ?
who is the best AD character?
I'm not Shy to say that Ramona Flower is the best Comic Waifue
So am I supposed to be on Kevin or Franks side?
It's not bad.
It's just meh.
The best part is the intro metaphor.
Very little of it requires the time period it's supposedly set in, so it pretty much squanders what little it has going for it. There's a few small things but the actual episode plots could be set anywhere.
Still better than post-revival family guy, not as great as some of the post-revival Futurama, doesn't even come close to touching That 70's Show.
So....Leader totally happened in the MCU
I guess we're just supposed to forget about it right? And people defend this
They defend the movie itself, they don't defend the failure to better incorporate it into the MCU. If it wasn't for the Tony Stark cameo at the end and General Ross appearing in Civil War, it might as well not be.
Hopes for it?
Because it is his best damn role.
Plus, Jack is the one responsible for changing Po from a selfish retard to a kindhearted kung fu fanboy.
Sexy Baroness thread!