Is this show worth watching?
>Lion King [...] awesome
Better check yourself.
stupid everything else
honestly though it's been so long since I've seen nice 2d animation I'm willing to put up with it a little bit more than I would have been like twelve years ago
whats /co/'s opinion on chowder?
So how old were you when you mostly grew out of Marvel and got into the superior Vertigo and independent comics?
So I finally decided to get over MUH BATMAN and watch Gotham. Gotta say I'm really enjoying it, I'm just about to finish up S1 and from what I heard it gets better in S2.
Baby Bruce is a way better child actor than I'm used to which really helps
Also Le Riddle Man is best boy
I know that Namor's movie rights are in some weird legal limbo with Universal, but what about his videogame and TV rights? Lets look at the facts:
>Hasn't shown up in a videogame since 2006, as an NPC in Marvel Ultimate Alliance
>Marvel Heroes MMO has over 100 characters, he isn't there
>Marvel Puzzle Quest has over 100 characters, he isn't there
>Lego Marvel had over 100 playable characters, he wans't there. A TT developer said...
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So how could Book 5 comics Salvage this show?
Remember, even the star wars Prequels spawned awesome with the right people behind them
80's: Grim dark age
00's: Big Commercial Events Age
10's: tumble age but otherwise the same as the last decade
Did I get that right?
First half of 90's was Extreme not edgy, second half was Neo-Classical with runs like Robinson's Starman and Busiek' Avengers
This return to the spirit of classic comics in modern settings lead to stagnant nostalgia in the 2000's
>tfw you will never eat a krabby patty
>tfw you will never enjoy a kanker burger
>tfw shrek will never make you a mean weedrat stew
>tfw you will never shit fire after eating green arrow's famous chili
>tfw you will never eat some of pop's jerky
what are some dishes you wish you could have tried?
>That feel when you have an entire folder dedicated to tasty looking food from cartoons but are too lazy to post it all
ITT /co/ntent creators you relate to
Me? I'm literally Trey Parker.
>You will never be a magic-leeching space-traveling female mutant who gets paid in alien sex.
"The fictional heroes of the past, while still retaining all of their charm and power and magic, have had some of their credibility stripped away forever as a result of the new sophistication in their audience.With the benefit of hindsight and a greater understanding of anthropoid behavior patterns,science fiction author Philip Jose Farmer was able to demonstrate quite credibly that the young Tarzan would almost certainly have indulged in sexual experimentation with chimpanzees and that he would just surely have had none of the aversion to eating human flesh that Edgar Rice Burroughs attributed to him.As our political and social consciousness continues to evolve, Alan Quartermain stands revealed as just another white imperialist out to exploit the natives and we begin to see that the overriding factor in James Bond's psychological makeup is his utter hatred and contempt for women. Whether most of us would prefer to enjoy the above-mentioned gentlemen's adventures without spoiling things by considering the social implications is beside the point. The fact remains that we have changed, along with our society, and that were such characters created today they would be subject to the most extreme suspicion and criticism."
Interesting discussion last time, I really dug some of the works, the James Bond devling especially
I think that there are some notable examples of people taking the premise of a work and extending its implications. Grant Morrison with New Xmen,Dwayne McDuffie on JLU or the Star Wars Clone Wars crew all took the raw ideas of there IPs and rather that radicallly altered them, took them at there value and built stories around them. That is "Bad Mooring"is someone saying Ray Gun steve isn't scientifically accurate. "Good Morring" is when you point out how ray guns destroyed the rifle industry and how that affected arms and war.
It doesnt need to be strictly textual either.Co for example has pointed out how utterly fucked Legend of Korra was.
I didn't catch the last thread regretfully. I think both extremes have their place today. Sometimes I want to read the mindless exploitations of silver age heroes or pop culture icons. Sometimes I want to read something that challenges my thinking in a new way. People normally wouldn't attribute the latter to comics. But comics have become a good medium to explore the consequences of what I consider very pulpy science fiction topics. They can take really silly things, drop them into the real world, and...
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What are some characters that are just pure chaotic fun, anything similar to Lobo, Joker, Jinx, Deadpool. I'm looking for a character that is pure id and fun, not necessarily chaos incarnate.
So given Transformers is one of those classic IPs that are constantly renewed, how would /co/ do the next TF franchise. What new angle to explore would you like to see.
do whatever you can to piss off the fandom.
which is pretty much everything.