Why not Ikra?
ITT: /co/ morals
> You should abandon your family and destroy your brother because voices tell you to. Don't worry, the voice will make everyone right in the end.
Some can argue as the series continued each game got worse, but what did the games hit spot on or do better than much of the source material?
I think Scarecrow is the standout example of a character that is better in these games than he is in almost all of his other multimedia appearances.
>Some can argue as the series continued each game got worse
Asylum to City was largely a step forward, better visuals, better trials, better story (especially the climax), fit in a significant amount of the villain gallery, improved combat, better quickfire options for most gadgets, etc. Level design suffered as a result of the jump from Metroidvania level design to open world, but otherwise I think thematically Batman is more suited to open world anyway.
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So... every character with a disability was treated with respect and overcame their struggles and so on... except for the only two non-verbal characters, Gerald and Becky. WTF? At least Becky was somewhat useful. Gerald was just there to get bullied and laughed at.
Yeah, it was pretty inconsistent. They fucking shat on these two retards, but being retarded like Dory or the beluga was seen as a positive trait? Shit was mad inconsistent.
Time for an oldie, but a goodie.
Tell Artemis, I love her.
From the Tom and Jerry Robin Hood movie
>That lewd face
How is this allowed ?
Is the Preacher comic book as good as the TV show?
Whats the flag in the background
Yankee Doodle Went to Town
Riding on a Pony
Stuck a Feather in His Cap
and Ate Some Rigatoni
Yankee Doodle, Dont Hiccup
Yankee Doodle's Daddy
Rewind the music to the Start
'Cause Everyone Loves Candy!
This show was too good for us. I hope Justice League Action fills that void. The fact they seem to be using lesser known characters like Space Cabbie seems like a good sign
Who is the Meta Knight of cartoons? Where he is baddass and
uncovers deep lore?
Is the tradition dead?
GL comics haven't been as popular as they were five years ago. At least, the idea of the corps hasn't been.
Remember when /co/ and its drawfags used to just grab any character from any other show or book or film, or just plain real-life people, and bestow a ring on them? That's dead.
>From the academy award nominated writer-directer of Surfs Up and the co-directer of Toy Story 2
Jesus, they're really reaching. Could the not snag a prominent key grip? Or maybe the sibling of a producer for a Disney direct to DVD sequel?
>in the 90s, Carnage was portrayed as a native New Yorker, with an appropriate accent in voiced media, with a love of heavy metal and violence, of a suggested Scottish-Irish heritage(hence the name "Cletus" and his red hair)
>in the modern AXIS story, he was a fucking redneck with conservative views, a love of the confederate flag, and a fan of country music, because his name is "Cletus" which means he must be a redneck
One of many reasons I hate modern Marvel.