Wedcomics that need animated adaptations
Is this any good?
Are Spider-Man and Batman the only true heroes left? Almost everyone else is willing to kill.
pacific rim thread and you will love it
thread theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vU7XqToZso
Just finished watching Daredevil on Netflix and I really liked D'onofrio's performance as Kingpin. I'd love to find some more stories with the character but my only other exposure to the character was in the old animated Spiderman series in the 90s so I'm not really sure where to look.
Can /co/ recommend some good Kingpin stories?
Daredevil: Born Again and The Fall of the Kingpin spring to mind. Born Again's more about Matt's descent into a personal and spiritual hell but Kingpin's the one who puts him through it. Fall of the Kingpin is the reverse, where Matt does it to Fisk. Oh, and Jason Aaron's Punisher MAX: Kingpin. He's the villain of the whole run but that arc is all about him.
I'm pretty sure this is going down in history as the best webcomic of all time.
Onstad is a machine. I feel as if a lot of comics and cartoons with ensembles try to write their comedy like this, but it's hard to match the poeticness of his writing.
It's a shame no artist can last forever. But I guess after 9+ years of comics and 12 character blogs and shit like that, everyone burns out eventually.
Still, Achewood is one of those things that inspires you to be a better artist. And also getting your Bone on.
So /co/, you think you're hardcore huh?
you know all you want it more gwenpool
Didn't see a thread for it, so here we go.
Angelica is best girl edition
I used to dislike her until I realized that she is 3 years old and her behavior is expected from her age. The lack of attention and proper education from her parents that were the problem.
it keeps getting better and weird
Spider-Man is joining the Inhumans, starting with All New Inhumans #5
Gamesradar just put up the text for the superhero registration act for MCU (it's included in the Avengers 2 box)
I don't understand, how is this objectionable at all? Cap's going to go rogue because he doesn't want the Avengers to operate under international law?
Avengers 2 was a pile of crap, but now it's looking like all of phase 3 will be garbage.
Yeah but what are those rules exactly? It's basically too many interested parties deeming when and where the avengers can go or do. I know it's not directly stated here but it's implied Cap would be told to stand down against crimes he would find wrong but the UN would deem acceptable losses. Not to mention the possible HYDRA moles
Were his actions justified?
We always have those "Show's nobody's watched" threads and all that proves is everyone has seen that show you think only you've seen
So let's try the reverse. Post a show you feel like everyone has watched then we can all laugh at the freak who says he hasn't seen it.
Starting with an easy one.
I think we've all seen at least one episode of this show by now
Everyone has seen one episode of Family Guy, out of entertainment or out of pure spite.