Last year around this time a kind anon storytimed Pyongyang - A Journey in North Korea by Guy Delisle.
A biographical comic about a French Canadian Animation director, his life living and working in North Korea for two months. His struggles with the difficulties of outsourcing and the bureaucracy of a totalitarian closed state.
Gather round because the storytime's about to start.
Which /co/ stuff has a good amount of shota? "Good" either in quality, quantity, or both.
The end is nigh
I hope you are ready to get sad as fuck
DL link for those who cant finish it
https://mega (dot) nz/#!DIRA1KAS!1BIiGcU6feTtKKyUdbk2sF-w35z-XIDcEiMkRHb9tkQ
putrity test from book 2
Why does /co/ hate this?
Who are your favorite /co/ girls?
Post & rate
remove the s, I have only one.
Is he finally getting an episode?
Episode 9: Un-vetted:
Zoe develops a crush on the new veterinarian’s German Shepard; Blythe and Russell spend the night camping on a freezing mountain.
Gonna have to rely on Spazz this week.
So I heard it's Michelle's birthday today. Do you think it's too late to get something for her?
Also the comic resumes next month. Who hype?
Better educate yourself before posting stupid shit like that.
What's his real name?
>the Grown-up version of a character is just their regular head on an adult body
easily best version of this trope...
ITT: Absolutely shit shows
Wasted potential. They make cartoons with the Avengers, a Hulk team, and Spider-Man. Great animation, great art styles, and it's all wasted with cheap comedy and the most cliche stories. Why did Marvel go in this direction? Was it even successful?
Just finished binge reading all through Cassopeia Quinn and it was great. Art is fantastic, setting is interesting, characters are charming, and
waifus a plenty.
Let's discuss this comic. Mainly, why doesn't /co/ talk about it more often?
>villain so terrible the fans tell the creators to let him win a few times