Post contenders for the best season of any cartoon ever made.
Samurai Jack, season 3.
I already one.
Hell, I even choosed randonly some season of SJ, but I already know that it will won.
Why was it so important for Len to be at the digimon movie premier?
They knew that it was there only chance of remaining relevant.
No, seriously, who even were these guys?
Monty would be ashamed of the shitty RWBY reboot by Studio Trigger. The animation the original series had was way better.
Post and better writer or artist.
>protip: you can't
Sell me on this show without mentioning "waifus" and "muh Monty," /co/.
What kind of music do they listen to?
So now it's practically all done, is it safe to conclude that Hackman's run was the biggest flop of all time
>44 Avengers issues
>33 New Avengers issues
>6 Issues of Infinity
>8 Issues of Secret Invasion
ALL that crap leading up to one shitty event, that's a ridiculous amount of issues with stories that have no individual payoffs and story arcs
That these are the best spiders. Discuss.
What are the chances of Tom Welling making a cameo as Clark Kent in the Flash TV show?
Am I the only one thinking he is based as fuck and the best casting choice in the movie?
"Where we had thought to stand alone, we will be with all the world"
The suit literally says it all.
This movie is really shaping up to be the best movie of next year.
This scene will be marked down as the most iconic scene in comic book history.
Why have so few cartoons portrayed a gay character as respectfully and likable as The Simpsons did 25 years ago? Even later episodes of The Simpsons made gay characters walking stereotypes.
>Even later episodes of The Simpsons made gay characters walking stereotypes.
Granted, that was kind of the point of that episode.
New Habits comic up: http://www.vice.com/read/marriage-sucks-022