>that woman who wants Zombies to rule the world
>implying a world full of people who's behavior change all the time based on what they eat is stable
>implying it's gonna go anywhere but with humans as stock food and loads of Romeros because you can't feed everyone
I don't think so.
Don't think they grow old either. So I guess their civilisation would be the exact same people living forever and feeding on generations after generations of human cattle.
Their population will grow thinner though, seeing as Zombies will probably kill each other from time to time.
>There's still people that will call Watchmen the perfect adaptation despite Nite Owl being such an hunky and sleek mothercuker that could rival your average movie-Batman
How come the current Voltron reboot, Legendary defender (just saw it, enjoyed it) got to be much more popular than the 2011 Voltron Force reboot, that was just 5 years ago?
I mean, I have been on /co/ since 2007 and it's only recently I learned this 2011 showw even existed in the first place.
Why is it that anyone can look good in a spider-suit?
Will she have powers from the suit?
What do you guys think about Batman Hush?
What does Batman do when it's day time?
So I don't mean to offend with this question, i'm just looking for an analysis on comic book writing from people who read a lot of comic books.
So a lot (not all of course, but a lot) of comic books have a very specific type of writing that basically screams comic booky writing. You see this all the time in cape comics. It feels kind of like cheap writing where there are some really neat concepts without a lot of depth.
The thing is while I recognize this type of writing, I can't exactly put my finger on what this type of writing consists of, and...
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I'm not exactly sure how you mean. Decompression? Oversimplification of complex matters? Contrivance due to plot? Genericism of dialogue, characters, philosophies due to a writer's lack of worldliness?
You'd have to give a general example of something you've come across. You don't need to explain every detail, but if you can get across a particular feeling or concern with a particular thing that happened or didn't we can get somewhere.
What is even the fuck?
Hasn't been storytimed yet, so I might as well
>this faggot gets on your rock
What do you do?
Say Marvel wanted to kill off Frank Castle and replace him as the Punisher.
They leave it up to you to come up with his replacement.
Here's what I would do
Have Satan decide that since Frank sent so many souls to Hell, he breaks up his soul
Satan finds four people who would be willing to accept the Punisher soul after Satan fucks with them a bit.
Some less than others.
Breaking the four Punishers down into titles
And The Vengeful
Honestly you can never replace Frank, but if you had to?
Pretty interesting concept, but would that mean the Original will be stuck in hell and the rest free to roam the earth?
I'd try to rip off Old Man Logan by having Frank be so stubborn to keep fighting that he somehow lives long enough to carry over into the timeline of 2099, where he either Trains or officially hands over the Mantle. But that be silly.
Was it rape?
Does anyone feel like having two Spider-men in the same universe slightly devalues the identity of both characters and diminishes the legacy aspect. If 20 years from Marvel decides to make a gay Spider-man it would kind of make the title feel kind of cheap and irrelevant by having third guy with the name.
As someone who grew up in the 90s it feels like there have always been tons of Spider-Men and -Women around so not really.
Short answer but I don't really have any thought more complex than that.
I don't understand why they have to be animal people for a movie about the x factor
Why did they have to be animal people for a movie about Robin Hood? Zootopia has kind of shifted the narrative by making a movie that was ABOUT the fact that they were animal people, and it isn't uncommon to have kid's movies where the characters are all talking animals.
are animals more easier/fun to animate or?
What's the best Batman cartoon?