Obscure Simpson women.
INJUSTICE STORYTIME GET IN HERE
No Sinestro, don't get in here Big guy is back though
Disney released a new clip today for the series premiere. I know people have no expectations for this show, being on Disney Junior and all, but I like what they're doing with it. That crocodile fight alone in the episode they previewed shows they're not going to sugar-coat everything.
I tried to find the clip on YouTube, but it only exists on this god-awful website. Sorry.
I found it interesting that in the episode with the crocodiles, they had some dialogue about how the bad guy must be given a chance, and they speculated that he might turn into an alright leader when he grows and gets more life experience. And now an episode with the message that even if hyenas have been the villains in the franchise, they're not all bad. The fact that they've given room for a less black-and-white good/evil dichotomy makes me kinda hopeful that maybe the series might have room for a villain...
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Sara still high as fuck from sparking the doobie with young Stein.
Also, older counterparts of Green Arrow and the Flash from the post-apocalyptic future where Earth has been conquered by Savage confirmed to appear. Oliver will have the Van Dyke. Connor Hawke will also be featured.
Any thoughts on the Jack and the Beanstalk movie Disney is making?
Would like to discuss the current state of X-comics because I haven't been on here lately.
What's the consensus on that last twist in Extraordinary? Was that really Rightclops?
I am pleasantly surprised at the quality of all these new X-books. Girlverine started out shitty but looks like it's getting better.
STOP. FUCKING STOP.
>Finally, it was revealed that an upcoming episode of Supergirl will take inspiration from Alan Moore’s classic Superman story “For The Man Who Has Everything,” a story that saw Superman living in a dream state where Krypton did not explode and he lived out his life on his home planet, with the show’s thirteenth episode, which will be titled “For the Girl Who has Everything.”
So a normie pseudo geek from my class was talking about The Killing Joke and how Batman kills the Joker in the end.
I went home to confirm that he didn't, because I really didn't get that from any point in the book, but also found out this was for some reason a debatable question where there was some people that actually thought Batman killed him.
I see the reasoning in that, he realizes Joker has absolutely no cure and flips, doing the only thing he can. However, there is nothing in the art to indicate that.
Brian Bolland is a good artist, he would be able to portray a homicide if he wanted to, even a subtle one. A hand towards the neck, anything.
So why people believe this?
People are stupid and like shock-value stuff even when it makes no sense. The killing joke is a story about proving the Joker wrong when his thesis is "everyone is capable of murder and insanity when pushed hard enough".
Gordon's not broken, and Batman doubts but is obviously not broken either. I mean, no more than he usually is.
>why people believe this?
Because Grant Morrison said that's how it ends and "it's so obvious because of the title", but you can read Moore's script and see that the ending is entirely ambiguous.
“We have so many characters we’re dealing with. We’re breaking ground on Avengers: Infinity War. We have a board with 67 characters on it"
Alright /co/ let's make a movie. The first 67 Marvel characters you post in this thread will star in Infinity War Part 1 and 2.
ITT: Shows you're baffled haven't been cancelled yet.
Batman: The Killing Joke Animated Film To Add To Story, Premiere In July
>Executive Producer Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series) revealed that they've had to add story to make The Killing Joke a feature-length film and when it will debut.
>"The one big difference about it, as opposed to those other projects (The Dark Knight Returns Part 1 & Part 2), is The Killing Joke... the source material is really not long enough to make an entire feature film out of," Timm told ConTV. "So we...
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What would happen if you fused these three?
Also, does Sledge Hammer exist in comic form and if no, why not?
Confirm/deny: These are not only the best three entries of phase two, but among the best movies of the MCU as a whole.
I thought Ant Man was completely mediocre. Guardians of the Galaxy was pretty good, mostly since it was detached from the rest of the MCU garbage. I haven't seen Winter Soldier yet but I hear it's their best film.
any other adults on this board?
what have you been reading lately?
manchildren need not apply
i just read pic related yesterday, I thought it was really great in terms of the color and art but a part of me prefers stuff like Lose #6 where he can go a bit crazy with the art and ideas because he is less grounded. The bird boy story was a lot more like the deforge i know and love.
hello i think you may have missed the sentence saying "manchildren need not apply". there are tens of threads in the catalog right now that you can go and enjoy, i'm not sure why you clicked this one.
First issue with Dan Abnett as the writer! Will the book finally get good or is it beyond saving?