I know I'm late to the party but what do you think of this?
>that one time Darkseid got BTFO
I thought it was an awesome subvert of the normal tropes and roles. Darkseid getting one of his slivered destroyed that was actually a decent person is really funny to me as well.
You are able to wish for the abilities - including knowledge, memories, intellect and so forth of three characters. Whose are they? Superman, Dr Strange and Reed Richards are the most broken that I can think of. These aren't wishes intended to catch you, out by the way; they're as you intend.
Is physical appearance included? I need to know for reasons.
>Child asks for a hero's autograph.
>The kid thought he was a more popular hero.
So how do you think they'll wrap up the whole "Cuckmala" storyline?
Will the fatgirl turn out to be evil?
Will Kamala take the hint and leave them be?
Will she fight for her man and take him back?
I guess Kamala will take the fucking hint she gave herself.
She ain't likin' it one bit, but whacha gunna do when he do as you say?
But Mike is probably gonna shove off in some fashion or another. Probably after Bruno mumbles Kamala's name once too many in his sleep.
He did. She told him no. Now she regrets blowing him off instead of just blowing him.
>same VA thread
>everyone is just supposed to understand every single reference
I suppose giving out a label is simply too much to ask. Seems strange to make a thread made specifically for omniscient posters.
I've been in these threads before and if you are a half-decent /co/fag, you will recognize most, and you can always ask.
If you can't recognize most of them, get started.
I love Home Movies. Easily one of Adult Swim's best shows. Fucking bummer that Mike Lazzo was never really a fan and when they re-ran it and kept it on schedule it was on at really weird times and they barely advertised it. It did so poorly in the ratings that Turner execs barred it from airing anymore a few years back. Now with the success of Bob's Burgers and the like, Home Movies will unfortunately be lost to the annals of cartoon history.
Favorite 2D-animated disney movie? I know this a pretty subjective thing to discuss, but I feel like mulan is just perfectly designed.
So why are the Avengers broke now? They stress how ANAD Avengers are poor and Uncanny Avengers are on Deadpool's bankroll.
So how did the Avengers lose all their funding?
ITT: Characters you would kill the worst way possible
So has anyone watched this yet?
Will this break me?
It was well-animated, but if you're looking for a coherent "plot" or some grand overarching statement, you'll be disappointed.
It's more of a character study than anything, but if you know someone like the main character, or perhaps recognize him in yourself, you'll realize just how realistic the ending is.
Michael is presented by the movie as a sensitive, tortured soul who you're supposed to sympathize with, but he spends the entire movie doing nothing but...
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It hasn't been 2 days and already there's a storytime of pain. Well that's a load of bullshit. Here's a comic that I love: The Fade Out. Brubaker. Phillips. 40's Hollywood. A Shady Murder! I am only gonna do the first issue for now, but maybe another anon can take over.
You think she's only related to Marge and Lisa, the way the series goes, but I can't remember a single episode in twenty years about the two of them.
You'd think they'd have loads, the way their character types go with each other.
What are some good comics with interesting monster design?
Anyone remember, or even know this show?
It's been a few years, but I recall it being pretty good.
How does it work? Is it like a blast that'll push villains back? or like a laser that'll cut through them?