Which characters have been extremely bastardized in cape?
Aside from the ones who had movies, like Star-Lord.
How does /co/ wear clothes that have the things they love, but while still hiding their power levels?
I always try to find stuff about cartoons or comic characters I love but It has to be extremely subtle or really classy looking, does /co/ have a site they use or look for anything in particular?
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I dont have much for graphic shirts, when out and about im usually wearing a collared shirt and jeans, but i got a shirt with lion king logo, and it is comfy as fuck so i wear it as a pajamas shirt.
But that all said, i like subtle or minimalism for logos and that shit
If a Transformer can fuse with anything mechanic on Earth, they could also fuse with the Bagger 288?
>The Bagger 288 was built for the job of removing overburden before coal mining at the Hambach stripmine in Germany. It can excavate 240,000 tons of coal or 240,000 cubic metres of overburden daily – the equivalent of a football field (soccer) dug to 30 m (98 ft) deep. The coal produced in one day fills 2400 coal wagons. The excavator is up to 220 m (721 ft) long (slightly shorter than Baggers 287 and 293) and approximately 96 m (315 ft) high....
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It's been a wild ride, but it's all got to come to an end sometime. Come in and behold a christmas miracle, Corrigan and his crew save the day.
Bringing back the Mohawk!
Ace Duck, Cryin Houn and Cudley the Cowlick spotted.
Does /co/ like Dave The Barbarian?
Lion King is ruined.
What do you think about them?. Overrated? Oversaturated?. Good? Bad?. Let's talk about them.
Personally I think that most writers go to them without thinking beyond "fapbait", and thus this pairing can develop beyond that
there was something very "off" about this movie. the weird character/creature design, dino agriculture, cult pterodactyls.. what were they thinking?
i don't get it either, dude
i mean yeah, executives are idiots
and yeah most animated movies since the late 90s, including the last of the 2d era, had really warped weird designs,
but if there's one predictable cash cow for the last thirty goddamn years if not significantly longer, it's realistic badass-looking dinosaurs. you can make them talk, you can make them fight for control of Urth, but you don't make them weird round little amorphous critters. NOBODY is a fan of Dino from the flintstones. Nobody likes barney. Denver the Last Dinosaur has no lasting appeal beyond kitsch. Kids want fucking badass dinosaurs with claws and teeth that tear each other apart. Even Strong Bad said it: dinosaurs are an excuse to hide violence inside science education
Now do they have to be GRITTY? no way. the designs in "Dinosaur" were okay (or even Dinosaurs for that matter, more or less. Aside from Earl, the baby, and grandma).
Check this shit out, this is for babby childrens, but it's not TOO bad. Not bad enough to instantly turn you off.
Even DORAEMON takes the time to make its dinosaurs cool looking. and this is a cartoon with a fucking round-red-nosed earless snowman cat.
>Comics sites using the term the Big 3
WTF? I thought /co/ said the new Daredevil was good. I found the movie and it's total garbage. Ben Affleck fucking sucks. Are you all retarded?
Is John Byrne's Iron Man worth reading?
Got an Amazon gift card coming my way for Christmas and was thinking about getting the recent Epic Marvel TPB collecting his entire run.
Is it any good/worth reading?
Just buy The Dragon Seed Saga TPB.
Iron Man #270-275 was the only decent bit from the Byrne Iron Man run.
Armor Wars II is shit; an INO sequel that has nothing to do with the original Armor Wars storyline and the ending is one of the worst fucking endings one can imagine. There is also a BS retelling of Iron Man's origin where Mandarin turns out to have been the one holding Tony prisoner all along.
How do you rank the last season? I liked that they tried to make it more ambitious and dramatic, but at some particular points it seemed poorly executed and got old quickly. I'm sure how much I feel about it as a whole. What do you guys think about it?
i really liked the yelp episode. yelp is not a site that should have fucking ever become as big as it is. how the fuck did that even happen? do people really read food reviews from random strangers and base their decisions on this?