Got a double-feature for ya this weekend, /co/mrades.
Starting with Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's Rawhide Kid reboot.
Hey /co/ this caught my eye on 32 pages so let's read it!
How is everyone doing today? You have a good Thanksgiving weekend?
This is the bit before the movie in. This kid has really huge eyes. Also he fights a deva or some God thing and causes an explosion.
>>Characters who probably won't ever come back.
Unless she shows up in a movie or something. Though maybe it's for the best.
I really want Wallflower back. She had that unfortunate lot in life where she had a power that could easily end conflicts. Watching her come out of her shell was one of my favorite parts that run. Plus I really love her power set.
So, I bought an e-reader. What are some good black and white comics I can acquire and enjoy in it? Don't read much manga, but suggestions are also apreciated.
I remember /co/ wanting to burn down Nick studios because of what Suyin did.
How do you feel about dinosaurs becoming popular in mainstream animation once again?
Kelly sue deconnick is pretty
I'm glad that smug asshole Matt Fraction had to settle for a 4/10 on a good day like her. Hope he gets keked too, though chances are they're in a "open" relationship and his faggy looking son isn't even his.
Some literal nobody strapping on Matt Fraction, another nobody who also happens to be a meme.
Don't mind me, just the best Muppet movie coming through.
It's kind of funny that Marvel has two faux Justice League books right now
And that they're both a lot more powerful than any of the Avengers teams
Why is DC never able to really pull out a good faux-Marvel team? Is it just because DC's characters are a lot more archtypical? Does Marvel's brand of cynical "realism" just attract more pardody/satire/homage inclined creators?
So, the big rumor around the office is that Supergirl will somehow be implemented into the CWverse.
Again, this is just a rumor with no evidence to back it that was started after one of our guys got an interview with one of the producers of the CW shows.
Can we talk about Gem fusions? What if Stevonnie fuses with the gems to form their biggest fusion? How would you react to Connie basically being a part of that?
I'm not sure where there's something 'wrong' here. We've already seen that multi-stage fusion is possible, the only thing here is you've got Alexandrite fusing with Stevonnie(or vice versa).
I don't know that Connie's got the relationship necessary for a good fusion with the Gems, but Stevonnie might.
Fusion shit's weird and follows 'rule of cool' so we'll just have to see. Worst/best case is it's something akin to Gurren Lagann.
There had to be a better way to write this than to force Rocket to lobotomize an entire colony of Uplifted animals, most of whom weren't causing any trouble. This episode had so many problems, but this bit is the worst.
OH BOY GUESS WHAT HOLIDAY SPECIAL IS ON