What do you think, /co/?
Most superheroes have a tragic backstory; there are few who fight for good simply because it´s the right thing to do. What if Uncle Ben had never been shot? What if Bruce Wayne's parents were still alive? What if Krypton hadn´t blown up?
Would these iconic heroes still fight for justice if they had lived comfortable and pleasant lives?
What would it even be about? How you would do it?
ITT: /a/ style comics & cartoons that are actually worth reading or watching
This barely counts, but it clearly was influenced by manga.
Dirty Pair is legit possibly the most underrated comic ever.
Why do /co/ loves so much a horse version of Thor and hates a female version of Thor? By simple sexual appeal, the female version should atract you guys more... right?
and now it's time for silly songs with larry.
the part of the show where larry comes out and sings...a silly song.
a curtain opens and you hear this in my voice!
How does it feel to know that we'll never have Bryan Cranston play Lex Luthor?
That look in his eyes
You just KNOW
What's the point of this thread? Eh. Fuck it. I'm posting this.
Still the best.
So why was his characterization changed into a less amusing J. Jonah Jameson?
Is Justice League Action just a front to create the sexiest Wonder Woman possible?
>"Ant-Man" had a better Lex Luthor than "Batman v Superman"
What went wrong?
So does Zack Snyder have terrible taste in women or something?
Why does every woman in the DCCU (excpet for Ayelet Zurer, Antje Traue and Amy Adams who were picked by WB) look like bony anorexic women?
Seriously, it's also creeping towards other DCCU properties.
Almost no one in Suicide Squad has a nice figure. Cara Delevigne is anorexic and Margot Robbie has no ass.
The one with the best figure (Katana) doesn't have enough publicity and advertising. It's insulting.
Is WB trying to make anorexia cool again?
Do you think they will interface?
Who was better?