How come he's able to easily shave his beard, yet his hair can withstand millions of degrees and mach 4?
Does he use a kryptonite razor or something?
He lasers it off with his own heat vision and a mirror and if you actually read a comic or watched a cartoon you would know that, you filthy fucking casual.
Dory did it.
"Warcraft", TMNT:OotS, and X-Men;A continue to sink, being duds at the domestic boxoffice. But they're making up for it with strong international boxoffice. Especially "Warcraft" which made $200 M in the Chinese Boxoffice. I have no idea why.
When I say "TALENT", you say "SHOW"
reminds me of the old Mondo video shockumentories or the Faces of Death series.
With that said, nothing really stands out as good or amusing for me. Sheriff is coming pretty close in the newer episodes.
Can someone explain why Marvel's handicapping the X-Men in the comics? I hear people say it's to weaken the brand so they can get the movie rights from Fox, but that doesn't seem right. They don't have room to put out any X-Men movies. Disney's already putting out 3 MCU films a year, plus a Star Wars movie, plus 2-4 animated films a year. Any more and they start cannibalizing themselves.
Are they doing it for TV? Netflix money probably wouldn't be worth it but I could maybe see them trying to make a broadcast X-Men show.
I don't know man, but I just find it really disappointing how much bullshit like that affects the stories.
Like the whole cramming Mystique centre stage because JLaw is popular, even though it makes no goddamn sense with the intrinsic logic of the world. Like, imagine if in Dragonball they suddenly turned some goober from the Ginyu Force into this universal symbol of heroism for warriors everywhere.
Sure that might be good for a laugh, but when you think about it for more than one second it's just like "fucking what?"
GOAT animated capeshit or radio drama with wiggly paper dolls?
I love the style of the old fleischer superman shorts, but it's hard to deny the animation is way less dynamic and interesting than some of the Popeye material of roughly the same period. Don't get me wrong, there's tons of movement, but there's something 'off' about them that makes me prefer Batman TAS as the definitive animated capeshit
Was Motorcity any good? Because that animation combined with an OST by fucking Brendon Small sounds like a great combo.
It was great. So was Tron: Uprising. The ridiculous Sundays at midnight timeslot fucked both those shows.
>Transformers Beast Wars
>when it frist came it was originally considered garbage and a shit idea
>truk not munky
>overtime it became one of the best Transformers shows to date
>that 90s CGI
>Transformers Beast Machines is announced
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Times you almost wet my pants in fear.
What went wrong?
Is anyone watching this? Thoughts? With each new episode we are getting more and more of the comics. It's a slow burn but, hey, chainsaw fights. And Cassidy is one of the best brought to life comic characters.
Third episode in and yeah I like it more than when I saw the pilot. The introduction of the Saint and the angels makes me think they're not going to diverge too much from the comic as far as the main plot goes. I was worried they were going to drop God being a cunt in favor of just having the Grail be the primary antagonist.
Still miffed at the show making Jesse's dad a preacher rather than having that life foisted on him by Grandma.
I read somewhere they were going to make Genesis an alien and I groaned. But it looks like they are going to the Nephlim, voice of God route. So much better. I never saw the point of taking a book and completely changing everything about it for the big/small screen.
I thought the French loved lesbians, /co/.
is Batman the most interesting comic book character?
If not, who is?
The creative team behind Venture Bros. come out and offer a deal: we are now guaranteed a new season each year, but it is now a comic instead of an animated show.
What would your answer be?
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i really loved this design. pissed me off they ruined him in his spinoff. it made perfect sense, the inner frame has visible telescoping or folding parts so you can imagine him suiting any height, while the head is featureless since that's going to have to be full-on holography anyway, heads vary too much and require too much precision so there's no point in an inner head