IF YOU COULD BREATHE UNDERWATER, WHERE WOULD YOU GO???
No where, because the ocean is a terrifying place.
There was this one episode of the Snorks where I think the rich kid built or had control of his own school, and all the other students went there, and when he was mad at any of them they'd be put in like, a cell. Behind bars.
I got this weird perverse thrill about caging the pretty girls who didn't like me and had intense fantasies about it and tried to scheme ways to get my own school where I could make this happen.
I was five.
So, yeah, good memories of The Snorks.
What do you think about this movie?
As 90's as it could get, I think. Frankly one of the more underrated black superheroes. That being said, it seemed like Spawn was always doing nothing but trying to rehash its own origin story instead of showing us the neat stuff. I always found it hilarious that a movie like Spawn mentions a man who sold his soul to Satan fighting against the Devil, yet a decade later we had become so much of a passive aggressive theocracy that we couldn't even give the Doom movie its actual setting.
Why can't heroes from Earth-3/the Antimatter Universe get an ongoing or a miniseries?
Or even a cameo?
Or a passing mention.
I'll take about anything at this point.
How did you enjoy the end of Reboot /co/?
Christ you don't request story times. It ends with Mark telling the tentacle monster to fuck off and he travels back to an unaltered present only to find that 5 or so years have passed and Terra has grown.
Now that we're getting Muslim characters in comics, when are we going to get more Hindu characters like this?
WHO'S THAT GIRL
What are good /co/ movies about Gorillas, Monkeys, or other primates?
so a lot of people often talk about the impact of digital sales, which are never released to anyone but comic companies, and say that print sales still dominate the conversation. many people bring it up when it comes to books that don't sell many floppies.
so i thought it would be worth showing off the top digital sales of the day after release, to get an idea of what's most popular.
for instance: Robin War books are doing exceptionally well, while last week's B&R Eternal is in 6th. There's a few Star Wars comics on the listing because of...
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What's your favorite Christmas special, /co/?
(Yes, Christmas episodes of /co/-related shows count.)
Is it just me or does that thing on Leslie's shirt look a lot like...
It's late enough. We're in agreement this is the Single issue of the year, right?
Of course we are.
Is this the most painful comic book cucking of all time?
Bad good fan art
Is anyone watching Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas on NBC right now? It was surprisingly good.