What are /co/'s thoughts on it?
Happy Thanksgiving, /co/! Let's post /co/-related balloons.
What sort of character death would never occur in cape comic? Villain, hero, or just some side character.
>What sort of character death would never occur in cape comic?
A permanent one. Mar-Vell excluded, of course (but that didn't stop Marvel from teasing his return in the lead-up to Secret Invasion).
Be honest, /co/.
You think you're better than them, don't you?
Bendis, Hickman, Remender, Johns, Kirkman, Snyder, Finch... even the bigwigs like Ennis and Ellis.
You think you're better writers than them. You think you know comics better than them. You think that, given the opportunity, you could do their jobs better than they can.
It's okay to admit it. It's perfectly natural to feel that way.
And the best part of all is... for the most part, you're right. You ARE better. And you know it.
>the /a/rrogant mouth breathers of /co/
>better than established writers
Nah tbqh family
I really don't, though. Some of those names? I think yeah, they've gotten so far up their own asses that they produce crap and think it's fine.
Others are doing quality work regularly, maybe not always groundbreaking, but you never see them phoning it in.
>Think of any /co/ character got it?
they have now invited you over for a slumber party how does it go?
Constant supervision, have to sleep in her brother's room
Jimmy Timmy Power Hour
Okay, guys. We have a super fit white blonde guys with a totally cop hair cut. Nondescript ball cap, muted casual jocket, grey shirt, super dark cop shades. How can we make these fellows look anymore conspicuous?
>Civil War act 1 climax
>Bad cops surround cap
>"We got him, boss"
>Dude pops a couple pills and fucks them all up.
>Cap has to go hide because of misunderstanding and racism towards whites all looking the same..
I see Marvel can't stop killing off their villains.
>RIP you cheeky devil.
I really cannot for the life of me understand why Marvel doesn't want any of their villains alive. perhaps they don't know how to keep their power level high while operating in episodic fashion? And don't give me that they would just try again bs, we as the audience use suspension of disbelief every time we "forget" about the other avengers in the solo films or when we watch agents of shield.
How could they have contained Kilgrave and brought him to trial after Nuke Nuked everything? At the time they finally caught up to him again, his range, control, and duration had increased dramatically.
Im thinking of watching jessica jones on netflix ,is it any good /co/
I know both of them are shit compared to Hanna-Barbera, but which newer version of Tom & Jerry do you prefer?
I've heard most people say the Jones shorts are better and the Deitch ones are "too mean-spirited" (inb4 MrEnter), but I've also heard others say the trippy atmosphere of Deitch is funnier than the cutesiness of Jones.
So now that it's been about 3 issues, what's the general consensus on New Avengers?
Overall, I've been thinking it has potential, but was curious about what others are thinking about it.
The best thing from ANAD so far. The dialogue is fun, and I think the art is a perfect 90s pastiche mixed with a more modern anime-ish aesthetic. I also love how the plot kind of reminds me of the late 90s/early 00s Marvel books, concentrated short, wacky stories. And clearly Ewing is actually going to be focus on character development, I enjoyed the peak into everyone's individual conversations on base last issue.
Why did the Kryptonians evolve in such a way as to take advantage of yellow sunlight when their planet had none?
>It's not CGI-shit
>Creepypasta examining the absurd horror of sentient, flesh faced machines
WHAT WAS HIS CATCHPHRASE AGAIN?
ITT Favorite JL Moments
i loved it when there was long, tedious, drawn out fights where despite the people hitting eachother hard enough to launch them through countless brick walls, the fights always ended in a deus ex machina