I wanna see your one eyed monster /co/
Why no one talks about this masterpiece?
Seriously, it's beautiful, hilarious and depressing at the same time.
>Fox's "Deadpool" feature film might just be the first of many Rob Liefeld projects to make it to the big screen. According to The Tracking Board, the Deadpool co-creator is currently shopping his Image Comics series "Prophet" around with studios -- and he's reportedly already garnered some interest.
>According to unnamed sources, Fox has shown interest in "Prophet,"...
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Good news everyone! Donald Blake confirmed for Thor 3.
Daily Reminder the Ragnarok Subplot in Earth's Mightiest Heroes was dropped and forgotten about for a shoehorned Galactus final boss
This is the exact same shit that happened in Age of Ultron when they tried to squeeze Infinity War, Civil War, and Thor's final boss all in one movie
Scott Tenorman Must Die wasn't that great of an episode
it was less great and more shocking. back then cartman never did anything so extreme in the pursuit of revenge.
now though it loses replay value when cartman has done things that are similarly awful.
DKIII: Which variant are you getting?
Just read issues 1 and 2 and think its just OK. I've been waiting so long for Strange to get an ongoing again so my expectations may be a little high
#2 > #1
Although the page in #1 after he saves the kid was the best. Most in character moment insofar, at both ends of the spectrum. /co/ got triggered by it.
I'm worried the overarching story's just going to be a God Butcher rehash. My impression of it will increase dramatically if Aaron unearths some of Strange's atrophied cast, like Clea and Rintrah.
>A company so autistic that they micro-manage specific toy commercials they hate just so they can limit and shit on them.
This is the definition of evil and retarded.
>Anon, will you please give me some Cheesy Poofs?
I know everybody shit talks CQ (which is mostly justified) but nobody ever mentions this guy.
Seriously, he's the best character in the comic and the only reason I'm still reading it.
>nothing on zemo
Dead on arrival?
How come Xavier has a British accent when he's New York born and raised?
Norman and Octavius both messed with Spiderman and Peter's personal life. All things considered, who is the better villain?
Personally I go with Ock because he almost wiped out humanity and finally killed Spider-man
Because Green Goblin keeps losing and yet somehow surviving, whereas Doc Ock ACTUALLY WON, he just gave his win back to Petey when he realized it was the right thing to do.
I felt like storytiming something, so that's what's happening now. Hopefully you'll enjoy it.
Here's X-Men: Legacy #300.