Is this accurate /co/?
UG is being cancelled, that's true, but a lot of cartoons are having a bad time, considering TTGO massive presence on the channel and that without counting SU constant hyatuses.
Tell something, /co/. What did Marvel Studios do right over Fox when it comes to villains?
I mean, Zemo was awesome and all the critics loved him in Marvel's Captain America Civil War.
But all the Critics hated Apocalypse (from X-Men Apocalypse).
Why is that?
What did Zemo do right that critics loved him? What did Apocalypse do so wrong that Rotten Tomato critics hated him?
Zemo is the best villain capeshit has had in a long time.
Zemo doesn't have a master plan, he calls audibles the whole way through and is looking for evidence he knows will tear the avengers apart.
Zemo's first plan (interrogating the Hydra agent) didn't work. The Hydra agent told him nothing and took the "1991" information to the grave. So Zemo's next plan is to get the international intelligence community to find Bucky, because Zemo does not have the resources to...
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Why was this amount of cleavage allowed in a cartoon on Cartoon Network?
Cartoon Network has completed it's transformation into a channel thats unwatchable.
At least Boomerang's playing good stuff, yeah it sucks but most of us have become numb to the TTG menace long ago.
And literally no one likes nü-PPG so there's no way it can last too long. I did just see a little girl watching classic PPG on the bus though, I suppose I can maybe thank it for getting kids interested
Is it wrong to find her sexier BECAUSE of the eyepatch?
Why the fuck does she look like that Assassin bitch Iroh fucked from Last Airbender?
Post and say something nice about Cyclops, /co/
How did they go from a collection of edgelord shit to the best publisher in business? What are you favorite finished and ongoing series?
Have read at least 4 issues of all of the following, but read up to the current issue of most of them:
Alex + Ada
The Manhattan Projects
Nailbiter has been the most disappointing for me so far. Started out really strong, but now the pacing is all over the place, characterization is garbage, it reads more like bad fanfiction than an Image comic.
What do you guys think?
>best publisher in the business
Image is literally just a receptacle for failed TV pilot scripts and failed movie scripts. That's it. Pretty much everything they have ends up running out of steam within 10 issues and mindlessly trudging along if it continues past that point.
(This isn't to say that there's nothing good. Just that, if you're talking about Image as a *brand*, then it's no better than Big2 or their imprints.)
Reaction image thread.
Starting off with brand new fresh OC.
ITT: useless superpowers
>you can stop time for 10 seconds
>your time gets stopped too
I dunno... if it was localized it might be useful.
>See bank robbery in progress
>Stop time in 20ft radius around yourself
>Keep stopping time for 10 seconds until cops arrive.
Is this a real thing?
I really hope it is and becomes cannon
Is this worth a watch? I didn't like MoS that much. Is this movie an improvement over it's predecessor?
So, how do you guys feel about the prospect of the movie's supporting cast being comprised mostly of OCs, including an original long term love interest?
His oldest archnemesis will always be knows as THE auteur of comicbooks for generations to come.
His youngest archnemesis will always be known for being the comic book guy that made it into Hollywood.
Is /co/ the only place where Grant Morrison is well loved?
Nickelodeon magazine thread?
I remember that I used to spend a few hours in my playhouse to read a bunch of these magazines, unfortunately I only have the wild thornberrys movie issue left
I remember reading the issue that had the actors from Spider-Man 3 and they asked something about breakfast I believe, and Kirsten Dunst's favourite breakfast was some complex thing with one slice of bread. All in all, pretty fuckin comfy magazine, I have great memories of it. I remember putting the 'keep out it stinks' sign on the bathroom or something like that.
Man, that magazine was great. It was like the MAD Magazine for kids - just a little bit more crude than it's competitors at Disney and such, a little bit more random, and all the more hilarious for it.
I've probably still got the Spongebob Movie issue in my closet, but my favorite article was the fake advertisement for a colossal new SUV, boasting an actual nature reserve under it's hood (with it's own family of deer)