Remember when this got popular and /co/ decided they had to hate it?
>Hey it's darkseid!
Do you remember?
This book looks amazing.
Haven't been on /co/ for a while.
How are the general reviews on this? I am loving All new Hawkeye, cho-hulk and vision.
Katie is CUTEEEEE
The series is okay and all, but there's just one question I don't understand. What do they avenge?
Pages from your favorite comic or your favorite pages from a comic, either one is fine.
What went wrong?
ITT: WhatCould Have Been
>TAWOG was supposed to be an [adultswim] show called about rejected cartoon characters attending a remedial school
Damn. When did this show premier again? 2010, right? Imagine waiting 3 years, watching your idea evolve and be tossed around by executives.
> Her memory has been tampered with
> Her 'mom' is that weird pattern thing
How do you think she came into being /co/? My guess is that she's a modified clone of her dad or something. Also where the heck is the plotline going?
I was a rabid fan of the Simpsons as a teenager, but I haven't watched it for probably 15 years or so
I'm considering marathoning everything I've missed in one gigantic binge, starting from season 13
What am I in for?
first it gets subtly worse in a way that doesn't SEEM too bad.. the jokes are still funny, if.. weirdly wacky. Couple years of semi-watchability, peppered with jokes and scenes that go nowhere. literally just a sentence ends and suddenly we cut to elsewhere, with no punchline
then it gets fucking balls to the wall political. blah blah republicans this christians that.. often sabotaging its own message, but in general just being insufferable and forgetting to be funny at all
Then it starts experimenting...
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Season 13 to 16 are watchable and have some ok moments, seasons 16 to 24 are horribad but some standout episodes, season 25 to the current season is quite enjoyable even if there are some bad plots and flat jokes.
I like the 9 - 15/16 seasons. they at least have funny moments.
Meant to storytime this earlier today, but never got around to it until now.
First issue just came out this week.
Described in promotional material as "Game of Thrones with hobos".
Sounds interesting at the very least.
Haven't read it yet, so if you have then use spoilers where appropriate.
Anyway, let's do this.
Give it a bump if you're reading.
ITT: Guys you'd introduce to your parents
>bringing home a nice young man to meet your parents automatically makes you gay
This got posted in a thread that was closed shortly after. Does anyone know what it's from?
Why is every version of Gwen Stacy always based on this Gwen? Even Spider Gwen is another version of this one instead of the original or even Emma Stone's portrayal. Even the new Spidey reboot uses this Gwen again