Why do you enjoy animation (or comic books or whatever you come here for.) and what got you interested in it in the first place?
I always enjoyed animation as an artistic medium thanks to the freedom it allows. For whatever reason claymation and stop motion never clicked the same way though. Go figure.
I watched loads of cartoons as a kid since my parents were busy working folks. Don't regret it though, it made me bilingual before grade school.
Why is it that they were able to get him right when so many other films get their supervillains wrong?
If he were real, and had legs proportioned like a human being's legs, would he be successful?
Although mentally deficient, he does not resort to putting his mess under the veil until it is too late.
Also, he seldom - if ever - sulks upon being turned down whereas R9K goes full /pol/ at the sole thought of such a result.
I think he would get his chance eventually if he were real.
>spends decades as the face of Marvel
>tried everything to hype the MU as this imaginative and exciting world
>will go in the grave watching the company he championed turn into a soulless schlock factory
How do you suppose he's feeling?
The Blackest Night falls from the skies
The darkness grows as all light dies
We crave your hearts and your demise,
By my black hand, the dead shall rise!
What were they thinking?
>be Suicide Squad
>release in one month but no one gives a shit
>marketing doesn't know how to into promoting
>social media campaigns turn into mobs of people laughing at their official accounts
Will the comics even bother trying to be like the movie or is everyone just going to try and forget Suicide Squad as quickly as possible?
Reminder: the cast and crew got inked for this
The MCs of the last two shows you've watched have switched shows.
Besides Lolirock and Ladybug, are there any other good western magical girls?
you mean Star Vs The Forces Of Evil right?
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So when power girl gets eaten out, is her grool super sticky or what?
are there any comics with as much lost potential as dumbing of age?
this comic could be really damn good. there's a lot of good comic layouts, a lot of the characters and motivations are shown off well, and there's plenty of decent setup for future plots.
But it's blown so badly with terrible attempts at over-dramatizing, fucking up the most basic of idioms, trying to paint all christians or parents as inherently evil, or pandering.
This page, for example, is a simple edit, removing the last two panels of the page.
That's partially why Dumbing of Age threads keep popping up.
We see the potential, but it's ruined by Willis having no idea what he's doing.
He claims to be avoiding "Hallmark Channel" dramatics, but he's just going full Lifetime Channel instead.
I don't think this comic has potential, and I don't think the characters are good. Every single page you people go "this is how this page should have been" based off of some imagined version of these characters that doesn't actually exist. They've always been shit and always will be
>He believed that if you could do good things for other people, you had a moral obligation to do those things. That's what's at stake here. Not choice! Responsibility.
>When you can do the things I can, but you don't, and then the bad things happen, they happen because of you.
What's with all the pussy footing around "With great power comes great responsibility?" Is it because the Raimi movies did it first?
It would have been an atrocity for the first use of the great responsibility line in the MCU to have been in Civil War, save that for the solo. Now, ASM was just fucking up, because that whole series was a mistake.
Who did you pretend to be as a kid when you'd played outside?
I was always
It varied lots of the time Batman, sometimes James Bond (was very rare), we did Mortal Kombat on the playground I was always Sub-Zero. I think the most interesting thing we played was Half-Life. My fondest thing we played was Resident Evil 4, I was the Merchant.
Finished reading Gotham Central, pretty good, wish we got more of it.
Other than Montoya, Sawyer and Corrigan, does the rest of the cast ever show up in any stories after this?
One thing I never understood was why exactly Montoya beating up Corrigan in a bar made him "untouchable" by the MCU and Internal Affairs even though they had a mountain of evidence against him. All the beating would do is render his confession to selling a bullet from a crime scene on eBay inadmissible, wouldn't affect anything else, especially since Montoya would have nothing to do with it.