ITT:The most disturbing cartoons.
When I was younger I always found super jail and other adult swim shows to be a bit disturbing.
Flapjack also had some creepy moments.
JTHM had a few moments when I read it recently. Would recommend. I got a pictures of all the comics. If anyone's interested, I'll do that little let's read whatever people sometimes do here with them. It's probably be better if I just uploaded all of them though. If you guys prefer that, give me a site to dump them on and enjoy.
Your motivation fellow may find some interesting ways to discourage your sloth, but it's on a whole new level when you're dealing with a magical, ancient being devoted to punishing humans. Today, he's ruining anticipated blockbusters, and tomorrow he's feasting on your flesh and regenerating it to devour again because you only checked the naughty/nice list once.
>She's confessed her feelings to Jack, but he rejected her. He feels that she needs to focus on her career for now. The pillow, I mean.
But /co/ told me the baby would be Wakandan
Does anyone remember 2006-08 Scooby Doo?
I think everyone forgets that Scooby Doo was never good.
Literally the only reason it still exists is because people use television to babysit their kids and they can at least recognize the show in question.
ITT: Character with missed potential
More like all of Gravity Falls. I watched the show on the recommendations of the internet, and it was hit or miss. The episodes that actually focused on furthering the overall story and mystery of the show were great. Problem was that it seemed like only 1 out of every 3 episodes advanced the main plot at all. Most episodes were typical Saturday morning kids cartoons with nothing unique about them. There was so much filler it was ridiculous, what makes it worse is that they could have expanded on the story so much,...
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> The First Secret Avengers...
> Also including Shang Chi & that green ghost guy that had orphans in his name...
My nostalgia for this one probably mainly stems from Ares & Frank Cho but still...
Ugh the first arc for this title was damn good.
And even Finches art was more consistent here.
He stated he was using poser for this arc and IMO that was actually a benefit in places as his Catwoman looked damn good and not like a 13 year old like some of his other females look like when he is not using poser.
His most recent WW issues have improved in that regard without poser but still...
Why do people like this show? Am I missing something, or is Daria supposed to be unlikeable? She's a bitter, immature, cunt who thinks she's smarter than everyone, but clearly isn't, because life experience has no substitute.
She is one of the more intelligent characters in the show. She's thoughtful, well-read, and gets people easily. Though she's not supposed to be perfect. They may play it off like that in the first season or show, where the premise is mainly Daria vs the idiots, but in the later seasons there's more character development and introspection and finally Daria realizes that her attitude does have negative effects on others.
Should have thought things through edition
Why are most Webcomic creators fucking stupid? Someone on my feed retweeted this.
Can you pronounce her name correctly?
Disney has 11 movies set for 2016.
Are they overdoing it?
Usually movies take a few years to make, so, no. I mean at this point some of those are already finished, and you can't just release movies all at once, you gotta give each one some time in the spotlight.
If it was like 11 Marvel movies or 11 Star Wars movies in a single year the answer would be yes, but the only real connection between those movies is that the brands are owned by Disney. So no.
>Looks up CN's Christmas Eve schedule
>Half of it are non-Christmas movies
>one of the movies is Free Birds
>Literally all the specials are on Boomerang
ITT: good fight scenes
This was great. It's only 6 episodes long so far, but I watched it all in one go last night. Much more meaningful and realistic than Family Guy.
The ginger son will eventually marry a Black feminist when he's in his 40's.