So does anybody actually like bugs the most?
I know he's meant to be like the main character but I swear nobody actually likes him the most.
Pic related seems to be who everyone actually likes.
ATLA Smoke and Shadow Part 2's preview pages are out.
I'm guessing this is the last we'll see of Sokka and Katara in this series.
Do we really need the translator's note?
This is proof people!
So really, Kilgrave would be fucked if he was up against someone who is deaf (or wouldn't even understand English) and knows how to fight/kill.
>Don't mind me. Just standing here.
Anyone else get MASSIVE blue balls on Patsy's development in JJ? I was super hyped up when it was revealed that she was training and was a secret bad ass but then in her first fight she gets fuckin' REKT by some random chump cop. Then, she proceeds to job and do fuck all for the rest of the series.
In retrospect it makes sense that she got wrecked because that random chump cop was Off Duty Nuke AKA Best Boy but the disappointment still stands.
She's not like Matt, who's been training since he was a kid, or Jessica, who has powers, she's a regular person who just started training a few months ago. By the time Defenders rolls around, we can suspend disbelief enough to imagine that she's competent enough to be Hellcat.
KIDS, THERE'S NOTHING MORE COOL THAN
I feel like writers have been trying to top themselves in making The Joker meaner and badder to keep him "cool." Like, The Joker always HAS to be the sickest, most dangerous, most nightmarish man in the room, and he always has to do whatever will hurt others the most.
I think what they are forgetting is that what makes The Joker such a great character isn't that he's the worst guy around. It's that he CAN be the worst guy around. But he can also be a harmless prankster. And everything in between.
That's what makes him unpredictable. You don't know if he's going to key your car or run you over. If he's going to steal candy from a baby or steal a baby from its parents and pretend it's a football. To him, a death is the same as a knock-knock joke.
When he just takes the most depraved, evil action every single time, he becomes predictable, and he's no longer a wild card.
The entire Batman franchise has run its course. All that's left is an endless series of "reinterpretations", each more edgy and terrible than the last.
I mean there's only so many decades until you stop caring because you know what the status quo is.
Pic related, brevity is the soul of wit. Best to leave the audience wanting more than running it into the ground because DC wants money.
That's a problem with a lot of iconic supervillains. People see them as "the ultimate, iconic arch-villain", either for a particular hero or in general, but different writers have different ideas of what the ultimate bad guy is, leading to character inconsistencies. One person may write Doctor Doom, for example, as a well-intentioned man who thinks that the world would be better off with him ruling it, and holds himself to certain standards because some forms of evildoing are too "crude"...
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>I feel like writers have been trying to top themselves in making The Joker meaner and badder to keep him "cool."
Yep. Everyone wants to top Death in the Family and The Killing Joke.
The best Batman villains are Scarecrow and Andrea Beaumont
So, I was reading trough today's Boondocks thread, and was reminded strongly of another comic with a left wing radical revolutionary cynic protagonist (albeit, one who's a much older whiter gayer woman).
Who, if anyone here, remembers DTWOF (Dykes to Watch Out For)?
Aware of it, haven't read any of it beyond the Betchel Test strip.
However, I read her two autobiography graphic novels, Fun Home and Are You My Mother. Fun Home was terrific, while AYMM was hit and miss for the most part.
Do you also predicate watching the Boondocks on whether you support Huey's aspirations as a violent revolutionary?
30 years ago, Betchel quoted a friend's rule in her comic, and now it's all a lot of people know about her...
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Anyone still have their recordable VHSes laying around? Found some of mine earlier tonight so I figured I'd rip them for kicks.
But then you're writing over something else on a tape that's much shorter.
Had the SB Lost Episode earlier with some bumpers, kinda neat.
So how are you guys liking Be Cool, Scooby Doo! so far?
How would you rate the episodes?
But where is Rahm?
Kinda dated but I have to ask
Does this make pic related a cannon appearance for Iron Man?
Okay finally found it. Yes, this is a full movie in China. Yes Iron Man does make an appearance. At the 46:48 mark. And no, it's a Chinese guy in the suit because they couldn't get Robert Downey Jr. to have a convincing Chinese accent.
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