>Benedict Samuel has joined the cast of Fox's GOTHAM in a recurring role as Jarvis Tetch, "a talented hypnotist teetering on the edge of madness, who uses people's deepest and darkest secrets against them. He arrives in Gotham with an unwavering desire to find his sister, Alice, a young woman who went missing in the city years ago".
New poster out. I'm looking forward to it and willing to try it out. Especially after the Crimson Fox leaks came out.
Why does this movie get such a bad rap? It's one of my favorite superhero movies but most people seem to dislike it. What did you guys think?
Livid Lincoln: Fury Road
So I just read Batman Endgame and it being the first DC comic I've read since Flash Point I was a bit confused by some stuff. Like what was Zero Day? Was the Joker really the pale man or that
kid the Arkham Dr talked and about? Also I've read that since then Commissioner Gordon became Ironbatman and now there are three Jokers (or rather there have been always 3 Jokers). Is Batman (Wayne) alive again? If so how? Have they explained the three Jokers? What should I read to catch up?
>I've read a story literally called "Endgame" and now I want everything else explained to me.
>I enjoy watching movies starting at the third act and having someone spell out the rest of the film.
>implying the same logic can be applied to comic books
What's your excuse for not reading Wicked + The divine by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie?
aside from the 20 pages of letters in the back there must be like 6 mostly black pages an issue with just one or two word balloons or someone falling down metaphorical pit, not the greatest value in comics.
Are they going to change Darkseid's name in the DCEU? He's a cool character and a great villain, but his name is fucking ridiculous.
>He thinks "Darkseid" is more ridiculous than "Superman" or "Aquaman".
>try to buy Valiant TPDs
>someone else cleaned them out
>Pick up XO Manowar vol 2 and a few MTG boosters
>French guy next to me buys $75 worth of floppies that he'll probably take maybe an hour to read
How do I do this, /co/? I've spent so long on Hail Hydra threads that I can't seem to get into the rhythm of buying comics.
Focus on a few comics you consistently like and build from there.
Maybe it's just me, I think showing issue by issue support (provided I'm not the only one doing it) shows interest in a book and keeps it going. Maybe I'm just fooling myself though.
>LOOK! TWO SKELETONS DEAD AHEAD!
Why has nobody made a reboot of Skeleton Warriors?
But Voltron actually has nostalgia behind it, for better or worse (if this were a year ago I'd say "for worse", but VLD redeems the shittiness of both GoLion and Voltron Force).
It's remembered fondly by 80s kids for being the first gattai super robot show broadcast in most of North America, and was successful enough back then that they commissioned original Lion Force episodes from Toei, in addition to the Fleet of Doom movie that teamed them up with Vehicle Voltron.
Skeleton Warriors had ONE season on the CBS Action Zone, and I don't...
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>people criticize Mr. Pickles for its use of shock humor and stopping Hellbenders from becoming an Adult Swim show
>Hellbenders was literately full of shock humor
People think Mr. Pickles is shit because it's not funny and overly edgy
People like Hellbenders because while edgy, it's ironic and not at all serious about they way it portrays violence
Also, Hellbenders is actually funny
>Two heroes of 1970s television will unite next year in a crossover from Dynamite Entertainment.
>As announced in The New York Times, the Bionic Woman will meet Wonder Woman '77, who stars in a DC Comics digital-first series based on the beloved Lynda Carter TV show.
>Writer and historian Andy Mangels will pen the miniseries; no artist was mentioned.
>"Wonder Woman" and "The Bionic Woman" shared the airwaves for a while,...
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Probably, but it's been a dream crossover for a long time for people who were there back then. I actually expected this would have happened if WW '77 did well, considering the crossovers Batman '66 makes.
Also, it's on Dynamite, so maybe a crossover with Xena later on could happen?
>/co/ finger, /co/ finger, /co/ finger, where are you?
I know it's said time and time again, but this whole finger family scam thing blows my mind.
Like, how is mass producing these and botting/paying 3rd worlders for views THAT profitable that they'd dump truckloads of cash getting these fucking things to like a hundred million views?
I just don't get it man.
Someone just pointed out that this lineup is basically the founding Avengers, the next generation.
Iron Man = Iron Doom
Thor = FosterThor
Wasp = NuWasp
Pym = Vision (Pym's grandson)
Hulk = Hercules (replaced Hulk in his comic for a stretch)
And Captain America is usually considered a founding Avenger even though he didn't join until issue 4.
I dunno, I think it's moderately clever.
Yeah, it's a decent roster and Del Mundo on art has me rock hard. Let's see if Waid brings his a-game though.
That said, why the fuck does this get Del Mundo while Champions is stuck with Ramos?
>has a robotic arm
Why hasn't Lex hit that yet?
still human tho
have a 10/10 ass