So, we disscus about today's episode of Regular Show. After read the synopsis of "Just Friends", it is almost certain that Mordecai tries to win Margaret's heart again after that wedding fiasco and break-up with CJ (
CJ will not return in S7 ).
Is that means that everything's gonna be fine? Will the MordecaiXMargaret shipping reborn?
Did he do anything wrong ?
>Wells created the Zoom of Earth-2
>Confirming Zoom is in fact from Earth-2 and not from somewhere else
>Has a costume based off of Earth-1 Barry
>Jay isn't even an inspiration for the design, his suit is clearly different
What does it mean, /co/?
dp you agree /co/?
I'm afraid I don't really follow.. Pixar cares too much about story? It's wrong to sacrifice 'arty' animation for having a cohesive plot that the masses like?
It keeps trying to make Pixar sound like something criminally bad for the industry, but... why? Pixar's made some great films with CG, and part of what drove those films was building good story to back up their visual effects. You're telling me Finding Nemo was bad? You're telling me Wall-E was bad?
No, sir, I don't agree with it.
>Superman peak power
>Bruce is Batman
>WW barely dressed
>Oa? Guardians? WTF.
So... wait. Is this supposed to be an alternate universe? Because even if you're playing it fast and loose with continuity in the name of storytelling, this seems a bit extreme.
It just takes place before the current solo titles. So right before Batman #35, after ~AC #40, before the Finchs WW, and right after Godhead.
Of course, this means nothing of importance will happen during the event. Other than Luthor getting kicked out of the league. Probably some mind wipes involved.
don't you hate this?
Well its not like he just had a shitty childhood, he was an obvious nonhuman who landed directly in a prison, and an an instinctual genius for building rayguns and devices of mayhem.
Both DC and Marvel are publishing 3 events a year. And I'm not talking about semi-self-contained stuff like Zero Year, Lights Out, Spider-Verse, etc, but the big ones. Plus the constant renumberings, gender-swapping, race-washing shit.
Is the industry in dire straits (and I'm talking about the big two)? Aren't they self-sustainable? Their sale numbers are always on top and are backed up by Disney and Time Warner, so what gives?
What gives is that 3 events a year, constant renumbering, and gender/race swapping shit (and variants, don't forget the variants) are why their sales numbers are always on top. The Big 2 have always sold off of gimmicks.
Image on the other hand has to sell based on quality of the comics. And Walking Dead.
If it bothers you then don't read it.
Refocus your time, energy and money on other comics instead, preferably creator-owned comics.
If enough people follow your example-- if the profitability of the current Marvel/DC business model goes down, and if the profitability of the business models for indie comics go up-- then Marvel and DC will stop what they're doing and try something more "sustainable" instead.
Your monthly dose of cute.
Did /co/ like Motorcity?
The Duke was the best. And had the best cars.
What could work as a live action film?
Robert Rodriguez is supposedly going to direct a live action Jonny Quest with a PG-13 rating.
It's that time again
Can this storyline just end already?
I didn't see it in the catalog, and that's a travesty. So here it is the team-up of Batgirl, Stargirl, Robotman, Steel, Vandal Savage, OMAC, Sgt Rock and Easy Company, the Red Baron, and Frank and his Creature Commandos.
Why is this book getting the axe again?
>Deadpool co-creator Rob Liefeld will work alongside Chris Sims and Chad Bowers to bring a new "Deadpool: Bad Blood" graphic novel to Marvel Comics (via ComicBook.com).
It's a shame that english and american audience never had to experience this comic serie. Duck Avenger/Paperinik seen in a really mature way compared to other stories
The second serie, Pk2, was even better even though here in Italy was not well received. It was seen as too mature for the character. I personally enjoyed it a lot because of the mature themes
I read about that, I'm going to reread the series, I enjoyed it, but never got around to finishing it. From what little I've gathered, Italy did a lot with these Disney characters.