Another Monday with no Wander...
How are you guys holding up?
We've seen what the Skywalker legacy was up to, but what about the Solo legacy? This is Legacy Vol 2.
/co/!! It's me, Mabel! I'm looking at you through this glass! Right here! This is my voice! I'm talking to you from inside!
Post cute in the real cute /co/ thread!
An old art of gumball eh? I also have this.
Just came across this comic, looks cute and I thought we could read it!
Why, I do believe it's time for some obscure Carmine Infantino comics!
But enough about me, what've you got planned for the week ahead?
Huh... forgot my trip. That's weird.
Anywho, seeing as Infantino drew most of this issue I've decided to post the whole thing for funsies.
Post cool locations in cartoons and animated movies.
Originally the idea for her relationship with Finn was your typical hero getting romantically involved with a girl that might be evil, and take it from there. A fun idea with lots of potential.
But somewhere along the line they gave up on it and very decisively tossed it in the garbage with Frost & Fire.
What happened? Who made that call? Why?
The show was never really meant for a love interest that was anything more than a re-appearing character like what Lady Rainacorn was to Jake, The best way they could've handled Flame Princess was occasionally sprinkling her around doing shit with Finn.
Her core concept was also kinda dumb and way over written to the point that they specifically went out of their way to explain her volatile nature in explicit detail. Most other characters on the show didn't get that amount of detail in that amount of time.
Hey /co/ let's read Scud!
I was supposed to finish the WoW comics a couple of weeks back, had only issue 21-25 left.
But fuck that and let do the Worgen comic instead.
Because who doesn't love Cockney werewolfs?
story time Chihuahua Pearl
Claim your waifu before shes gone!!!
Drawfags and Writtefags are welcomed!
Why, I do believe it's time for obscure Curt Swan comics!
But enough about me, what've you got planned for the weekend?
I love cover stories, irrespective of whether they're drawn by Curt Swan or not.