Alright /co/, let's admit Barry Allen is the best surrogate father and mentor in DCU and his sidekick turned out to be the only cool hero from the third generation out of all Titans.
It wasn't him though, it was Manhattan who ruined Wally's life.
Besides he really is the best mentor out of all leaguers, considering Wally grew up to save the universe in the end.
While trying to be aware if my nostalgia gogles are on too tightly, is this the best portrayed version of the Joker?
He doesn't seem overly a gag like the media leading up to the 90s, and while genuinly dangerous and murderous he isn't an overpowered force of evil and edgyness on the levels of Hot Topic like he is in comics today. This Joker just feels very well "balanced" I guess?
Does this mean we'll be able to play as muties and Richardses in new Marvel Games?
Also, the Ultimate Alliance games may be coming to PS4 and Xbox One:
Is this a new era?
>Does this mean we'll be able to play as muties and Richardses in new Marvel Games?
>Is this a new era?
I know this isn't really /co/ related, but the topic is kinda /co/ related.
So i've been watching 'my hero academia" and there's this character named eraserhead, who has the superpower to remove superpowers of any superhero or villain just by looking at them.
so i thought "could this guy beat superman or at least remove his powers?" and i thought yeah, but then i realized maybe not. cause superman is an alien and he gets his powers from our sun right? so it's more of a genetic thing.
in 'my hero academia', it also a...
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What are the rules with this whole "erasing powers thing". Because technically Superman isn't anything special, it's just a normal thing everyone that's part of his species can do.
If you're going by BnHA rules, then Superman wins because his powers aren't from a quirk.
If you're going by "everyone's powers work lol" then Eraserhead wins because it looks like he has better hand-to-hand combat skills than depowered Supes does.
What if Scarecrow was still insane but was willing to clean up Gotham. Would you read it if it was a comic?
I assume he catches someone robbing the bank, gasses/injects them with toxin, then the affects of the toxin completely neutralizes the criminal temporarily putting them in a fear trance.
>What if the guy that used fear as his primary weapon was a hero?
GUYS ITS OUT
Just saw this. Didn't know this was based on a comic. How is the comic?
Seriously? For some reason, I didn't expect that kind of response, then again I heard Civil War comic is horrible.
Movie is alright, though the princess bit at the end was cringe.
So Eggsy had kind of a team in the end? That would have been kind of interesting. But I'm content with Merlin; he's pretty great.
What are /co/'s thoughts on the Blackest Night event ?
It wasn't bad but yeah, after years of buildup it was a disappointment. Sinestro Corps War was the better event.
I liked some of the tie-ins, particularly Adventure Comics. And REBELS was clever enough to just make the black lanterns merely another obstacle in the existing plot rather than interrupting things to deal with them.
They fucked up
Here's to 38 years of Garfield.
Why is this is so bad?
It's a story about a spoiled princess who tries to magically sneak out of a conflict with her mother, and then spends the rest of the movie forced to desperately try to repair the grade A fuckup mistake that turned out to be.
Marketed as a feminist movie about a girl seeking and gaining her independence.
With a title in the form of an adjective that only adequately describes one character in it - her father.
somebody told me that you have a boyfriend who looks like a girlfriend that I had In February of last year
Yea it's dumb but the good part was it freed up the rest of the series to be Joker free!
ITT: dream casting.
I know this is a cliche casting choice, but I honestly think that no one else would be able to nail the silliness of Plastic Man's character better than Jim Carrey.