Time for some eurocomics.
Blacksad is a franco-hispanic detective comic published in 2000. The series currently has 6 issues.
And more importantly, it's fucking awesome.
Credits and foreword, the actual comic begins on page 8.
The artist uses watercolor. It makes for quite a distinct look.
Why does he have an N on his shirt?
>There's only one god ma'am, and I'm pretty sure he doesn't dress like that
What did he mean by this
lets have a god tier covers thread
Ken Penders is publicly threatening Archie with lawsuits again while refusing to give any kind of specifics of what they've done wrong. Could it be more obvious that he's just making this shit up?
Jesus Christ, that thing looks like someone tried to become a tranny and said "fuck it " halfway through and stopped.
Anyone got some comic book recommendatsions based on what I have?
++ Over the Garden Wall, Avatar, Gravity Falls
+ Bravo, Billy and Mandy, Futurama, Simpsons, Ed, Edd and Eddy
Can we have another Amazon pilot thread?
>Amazon pilot thread
Oh anon, I know what you REALLY want.
NA #3 preview.
Power Man is right, Wiccan is a shitty codename.
>that episode where Mr Krabs choked to death
>that episode where Spongebob and Patrick sold chocolate bars so they could jack the entire population up on candy and use their hyperactive blood sugar to power that drill and bore a hole straight into hell and unleash demons to run their global diet pill pyramid scheme
so, anyone knows how this mini serie ends?
Listen up /co/! I can wait! Today we're going to be conducting a close reading of Scott Snyder's Batman storyline "Death of the Family".
Is it high art or low trash? It's not for me to judge, let's figure it out together class.
Here we are first introduced to the supernatural implications of the Joker, which continues through the story.
Using our knowledge of later events, especially Endgame, to theorize that the Joker timed his arrival in Gotham with events that could possibly be seen as omens in order to build his mythology and increase his hold on Gotham.
This will be a seminar style class, so participation is required.
Here Gordon and Bullock agree with me
Were we actually supposed to think Ramses was the bad guy here?
We're supposed to think he was tragically blinded by upbringing, just like Moses was tragically torn between his duty to his brother and his people. Ramses continues a campaign of brutal slavery, Moses destroys Egypt by facilitating the plagues.
If anything, the "bad guy" is YHWH for setting up the situation in the first place with Joseph and solving it in the most wasteful way possible.
>Tune in on Monday!
Possibly...considering the mini icon from the chapter list, it could also be Kat/Paz focused. Pic related.
>The robots follow Kat and her actions very closely. Including her love life.
>Heart in the chapter chapter.
Kat and Paz are going to pop it with robot spying?