how do we stop this man
>DC has a rich universe of characters with a history of writer-driven stories, many of whom have been preserved and curated from the history of comics
>Marvel has Spider-Man, X-Men, and a whole lot of irrelevant shit nobody cared about until they started making movies about it, and they're guaranteed to give them a racelift every year
Can you really tell me any normies knew who Iron Man was before they made a movie for the NASCAR crowd about him?
DC is for people who like comics. Marvel is for...
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Both companies are great. Both have there pro's and con's. Though what I hate is that how both companies copy each other. I mean come on, Marvel didn't even tried with this one!!!!
Post cute. Any show you like, any character you like. Just try to keep the sexual to a minimum.
Could any of the tech based heroes in DC or Marvel scratch The Mighty Atom?
What is everyone's opinion on anything/everything by Hannah Barbera?
Personally, I find the shows rather boring. Maybe the Jetsons caught my eye only once, as with the Flintstones, but that's it. SuperFriends kinda sucked.
The original Johny Quest is the best animated show ever made.
Who's the best spy?
They butchered Beast Boy in TTG
>Robin: Cyborg get your robo ass back to Titans tower now you're not qualified to run your own Titans squad
>Cyborg doesn't retort the multiple instances where Robin's insanity and obsession with Slade has almost killed them multiple times.
Would it be accurate to say Lucifer pursued noble goals through ignoble means? He did create a fresh universe that was open to (almost) anyone looking for a fresh start, and was right to criticize Yahweh for his top-down predetermined way of running things.
Things you hate about this stupid bitch. I'll start with an easy one.
>Gets mad at Barry for keeping his Flash secret, despite the fact that it's none of her fucking business
Has anyone else noticed the homoerotic shit between Black Panther and Reed Richards in Hickman's stuff?
so do you just see romantic stuff everywhere, or do you have to do so many mental gymnastics to support homosexuality in the first place that you end up seeing it because you've trained yourself how to?
>The time LoK ripped off AoT in the Spirit Unalaq fight
>The time LoK ripped off DBZ in the Zaheer fight
>The time LoK ripped off literally every mech anime ever giving Kuriva a giant fucking robot to fight the Avatar with
Was it any good?
Continuing Essex County from here!
It seems like cartoons over the past ~five years have been getting more plot-centric, with focuses on grand arcs rather than self-contained episodes. What is your opinion of this? Adventure Time seems to have started the trend, with some rough growing pains, and Steven Universe is focusing heavily on world-building and setting plots in motion.
I'm going to write a serious answer:
apples and oranges.
We can have serious long plots.
We can have episodic little nice stories.
Both can be executed well or like shit.
"Trends" are temporary and we will never only have 100% one type or the other, so the sensible thing would be enjoying what we like and shut up.
Now that this is clear, we can begin the console wars.
What was so modern about his life?
What was the Legend behind Legend of Korra?
Was it about a pre-angsty teenage Avatar who refused to be wrong and threw tantrums when she was?