Why is it such a common trope to have the stepmom be an evil cunt that easily manipulates the dad and antagonizes the daughter at every turn? Even in modern cartoons/comicks, with modern settings, it's still very prevalent
What are some exceptions where the girl and her stepmom have a healthy and trusting relationship?
Because when many of these stories were first created it was advantageous for a woman to put hurdles before her stepchildren, as she generally wants HER children to inherit her husband's shit when he kicks it.
This doesn't apply so much in the west anymore, but it's become a staple of fiction at this point.
DON'T GIMME YOUR HEARTACHE
This show is like 50% Jessica Jones turning down good ideas.
Seriously, does she ever make a good decision?
The preview pages from part 2 of Smoke & Shadow are released.
Katara/Sokka trilogy confirmed GET HYPE!
>He needs me
Tell us something we don't know.
Is it not weird that they haven't been home and seen their family, even though it's like 2 years since the war ended?
What the fuck have they been doing all this time?
I still can't tell if she's being honest . . . Well, guess I'll sleep with her.
When is she coming back and reunited with her triplets sons?
Never. Her people needed her and she had to return to her home planet.
DC and Marvel are teaming up to make a comic about the romance between your favorite male cape character and your favorite female cape character.
... Sweet Christmas...
So now everyone is going on about Purple Man given the new Jessica Jones show, but what about one of DC's resident mind controller? Its a shame hes more or less a joke character these days considering what you could do with him. I mean you could probably tell a decent story with him if you mix up the serious with the silly or take notes from Perchance to Dream where Batman questions reality. Do you think Mad Hatter deserves more spotlight?
The problem is there's no real definitive characterization for him. Is he a hat fetishist crook? Is he a vengeful beta? Is he a genuine schizophrenic who can't fully comorehend what he does? Each version has a good story here and there, but no one can agree on who he is
I just thought you could have moments of total delusion mixed with moments of frightening clarity and have a decent threat outside of "Alice!". Which to be fair the Arkham series did some neat things with the character
This is an American Gorilla
i certainly hope not
transspecies shit is weird enough but what self-respecting ape would eat bananas? that's one of the weirdest fucking animal stereotypes. bananas are from fucking indonesia, the only ape who could potentially eat those before humans started replanting them was orangutans
If "Batman v Superman" does have an unannounced physical villain which one would you like to make an apperance?
Not which one you think is the most likely but the one you would most like to see in the film.
Personally I would actually like the physical threat to be rather low-key and preferably to be from Supermans rouges gallery so I would actually like to see Metallo.
I think he can be enough of a threat for the Trinity's first outing especially with a chest full of Kryptonite and maybe some tech absorption.
Is Star Wars: Legacy really as bad as a lot of people try and make it out to be?
Imo in many ways it's what episode VII should be. I swear they stole ideas from legacy though. Hans great granddaughter owns a junkyard, a lightsaber shows up, black guy appears and they go on an adventure to defeat a masked darksider.
You know what I really love in any work of fiction?
Unusual forms of transportation, picture related, it's a giant flying peach
Post your favorite unusual methods of transportation
Marry Poppins can fly with a umbrella, that's pretty cool
The pioneers used to ride these babies for miles.
26 days till the trailer ;_;