Roast me, /co/
post comics you miss, either cancelled or on hiatus
I have never read an Inhumans comic. Where should I start?
>ugly guy doesn't get the girl
What was Disney trying to say with this movie?
>implying Hunchback didn't get best girl
WHO'S SOUL DO I HAVE TO SACRIFICE TO GET THIS BASED MOTHER FUCKER BACK? Or at least someone competent in the Marvel offices?
>Intros used to be 60 seconds long
>then they were shortened to 30 seconds
>now some cartoons don't even have an intro
>actually liking 60-second intros
Some were good, but they were obviously used to make the actual show shorter.
They're kinda like those new overly-elaborate couch gags from The Simpsons. They just exist to waste time and save money.
I swear he developed a spine at some point in the story.
"Giant-Size" Invasion of The Shield-Thing!
Maestro is rekt before he can even stage a formal engagement!
I think Doom just watches his castle tremble instead of resetting because some of the lift raft survivors are at the scene.
Pic related was literally the only decent design in that music video. The others were a blue anime Velma knockoff, a yellow shaggy knockoff with a fucking robot arm, and the creator's self insert pony dog with nine tailed fox power. The music is nice but he didn't make it.
Why did people think this was good again?
Song was catchy, animation was above average, story was presented nicely.
It's a decent song and video, dude.
Why did Professor Utonium become a ninja?
How does time travel work in the flash?
Seriously, the speedforce is like the megagod of all gods. It is a living essence that exists outside of spacetime. It was, is, and always will be.
Barry is the physical incarnation of the speedforce, and all he has to do to travel through time is run fast enough so that the speedforce within his body merges back with the main essence, and since it exists at every moment in every possible universe, he's able to travel back and forth through time and through to other dimensions.
>tfw no comfy team-up book in Marvel
>Some of these people can't stand being in the same room with one another
>Some of these people can't set foot on American soil because they work for a terrorist organization
>Some of these people can't breathe the air without contracting a supervirus
>They all show up to Spider-Woman's baby shower
God fucking dammit, why are these costumed parties are a norm now? Like, do it like Justice League does, in your Watchtower, or in Marvel's case Avengers Mansion, but not on the roof of some penthouse like teens, and if you do, bring your fucking civies.
Only fucking Roger god this fucking right, you don't see him in his porcupine costume, in fact, it's a good thing he brought his child to show what it means to be a parent. Even the duck has more class than Tony Stark, he is a fucking suit.
This makes my autismhood tremble.
Why is this allowed? Couldn't this be considered some sort of misleading advertising? I mean let's say I don't know the series at all, I am a comic virgin, I see the cover and I think "wow cool what a well-drawn character I really dig it" and I buy the issue. Then I start reading it and there is... this thing, with that face.
>Why is this allowed?
The main reason is that Marvel is a business first. Every decision they make is done so with profit in mind. A large portion of the market who still buys monthly floppies is the collectors and speculators. They don't give a shit about the content of the books they buy. They pick up every #1, variant, and cover by a popular artist.
Wada's fashion illustration inspired covers are beautiful, but they don't translate well to interior work.
I like Pulido's style.