You're walking down the street and see this.
Why are you not using comic book roundup?
I think it's a great way to keep on track with your ongoings. I've managed to drop a lot of series just by checking that my scores for them were absolute shit.
>get into an accident
>wake up from coma 20 years later
>20 years worth of nedroid has been uploaded
It'd be worth it.
An African-American flips a turtle over on it's back. A trans-gender Filipino comes and sees the helpless turtle baking in the sun. What color is the Filipino's father?
Interest is waning guys. Not even crossovers, Mark Hamill, or Zoom are helping at this point.
>How come this doomsday doesn't have spikes?
Seriously, they can go fuck themselves.
Anyone got any recommendations for someone new to this semen demon and the Marvel family in general?
What is your favorite Venture Bros. episode?
The specials count too
I had a cool dream last night that Venom was Spiderman's ex-girlfriend and their every encounter was a combination of threats/violence and sexual tension.
Then I woke up and realised it had never happened.
So symbiote girls thread I guess...
But why not delicious symbiote husbandos?
Did everyone already forget about Rick And Morty?
>Pick a Protagonist
>Pick an Antogonist
>Pick a Love Interest
How would you fill a book about this scenario? What would it be about?
Did someone say Vanellope thread
Is this the only show to have two characters get together for good without the writing going downhill or one of them needing to disappear?
90s Spider-Man had Peter and Mary Jane getting together for a while, but then they had to have that plotline where Mary Jane went missing.
I don't recall Alex, Clover or Sam getting a boyfriend for more than one or two episodes before they broke up for unknown reasons offscreen.
Clover once got together with a WOOHP agent, but he was reassigned to Australia and he later broke up with her in the last season.
Gumball is still going pretty strong - some even like the current season better than the preceding ones - after he finally got the girl, but it's not over yet, so that remains to be seen.
The later seasons of Futurama has Fry and Leela being together, although their relationship did phase in and out of focus depending on the episode.
As Told by Ginger had a reasonably realistic depiction of (eventually permanent) relationships, not only with Ginger and Darren but with her mom and boyfriend too.
Arsenal and Cheshire
Kid Flash and Artemis might be stretching it since she pretended to be dead and all, and Wally ended up dying in a cliff hanger.
Convince me /co/ that Doctor Doom isn't the greatest comic book character ever written
>greatest comic book character ever written
>only exist to job to RICHARDS
Can anyone help me remember the title of a comic? It was storytimed here some time ago, but I forgot the name.
It was made in Korea but translated into English. The story was about a group of people with super powers, first they fought against some government super guys and later there was some sort of alien invasion. They all had different powers and I don't remember most of them, but the main character had super strong legs. The story starts with him getting his power somehow and then his wife and kid get arrested/kidnapped.
Picture not related.
Ah, managed to find it after all.
In case anyone's interested, it's caled Trace.
/co/ things that happened but you still find hard to believe actually happened
I still find it hard to believe that Phineas and Ferb is more than 8 years old, now.
Still blows my mind how that first Love Handel episode was actually used in my middle school music class and was actually relevant.
Kinda depressing how Phineas and Ferb's syaff did a lot better job with Marvel material than Marvel's own shows have,