>so much power I became bald
what the fuck
Post your /co/ Video Game Ideas
>Suicide Squad Game
>You create your own character
>Tons of skills to choose from so each character is built differently
>Choose which supervillians to bring in with each mission ala X-COM/Shadowrun
>Deaths are permanent for supervillians except for you since
you're a clone that can be cloned everytime you die, you just get a stat...
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Telltale Games picking up X-Factor. Original story set during the Civil War, keep the noir angle. I guess it's too similar to TWAU but whatever.
Can go a bit meta with Miller and Madrox, since a lot of their personal stories boil down to the idea of choice.
Are you not excited for Gauntlet Assault Batman
Why do all comics eventually degenerate into masturbatory excess?
Are there any that actually manage to stay grounded and not go to shit?
The 2000ad documentary!
So it's been out on DVD for almost a week now and apparently also as a digital download..
But where the fuck is the digital version available?
Even if you fudrockers don't like 2000ad I know you like Morrison and Gaiman.
Haven't any of you watched it?
why do the girls in rango have human hair?
>DEADPOOL AND MEMES
>THAT'S WHAT HIP WITH DA KIDZ
>DON'T WATCH THE FOX MOVIE
>pls buy our comics
Wait, are there actually student who pull that kind of bullshit in real life?
Can we all agree that this is the only funny thing to come out of Robot Chicken?
>Elmer Fudd never appears
its like everything with this show went wrong, what were they thinking?!?
>its like everything with this show went wrong
For some reason WB still hasn't figured out that if they themselves are incapable of being passionate about a character/brand/franchise, they should pay someone who is.
People like that have managed to make the most tired things enjoyable, like My Little Pony, Barbie or Mickey Mouse.
Even the Looney tunes show was mostly pretty good.
post some /co/ related characters that smoke
must be 1990s or higher
ORANGE NA-WHOM, HA HA I AM PRETTY GLAD
"Today." I say. "Today's the day I start working on my art. It's never too late." I've done this irregularly since I was fourteen. Now that I'm in college, I have to wonder.. if I actually DO start now, and I become a real artist by the time I'm, say, in my thirties.. would I be too old to get into animation? What if I'm in my forties? Fifties? When's the cutoff date for hiring? I know that the big three networks have an obsession with hiring CalArts grads.
If you ask any of the current animators they will tell you no, and that there are some older people they work with.
Even if you are old, if you show that you are willing to adapt and can show that, if you can show you have the grit to work, then it's no problem.
LOOK AT THIS DING DONG MESS
Can we have a 60s Spiderman tread?
What's your opinion on this masterpiece?
Also, I have some /co/ related reaction to dump, so I'll post them here.