how have you guys been enjoying the adventures of quirky and the dyke lately?
when are they going to answer important questions such as when is matt coming back? or why do secondary characters get more exposition than the main cast?
Am I the only one who found Vicky attractive?
ft. scalie schoolie cameo
Trying to catch up on Batman and I was wondering, Is Scott Snyder's run on Batman vol 2 worth reading?
What do you think are his best stories?
It's pretty good, bit up and down but fantastic art and great stories for the most part
Court of Owls 8/10
Death of The Family 6/10
Clayface two parter 7/10
Zero Year 9/10
Why was this so
shit/co/? Where did it all go so wrong?What did you like? What didn't you like?
I'm still scratching my head over this one.
Yes, it was. I was mostly shocked by the drastic departure from solid characterization and bright, shiny and dynamic art to The Billy and Teddy Show, starring Kid Loki paired with a flat, ugly horrendously samefaced artstyle.
take the mantle, /co/?
No Batwoman and Ivy in Injustice 2 - No Buy.
I don't know how it is here on /co/, but on /v/ we know anyone saying this doesn't actually give a shit about the game. Your are just upset your can't jack off to your waifu(s).
So...Good for you. Have fun not playing this game!
I don't actually like Netherealm games, but I might give Injustice 2 a shot If Starfire gets in.
Gravity Falls, Invader Zim or The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy?
Superheroes are ostensibly a type of urban fantasy. Mundane setting, fantastical elements. But lately, it seems like this just isn't the case anymore. With the over-saturation of events, world breaking threats, and the noticeable phasing out of supporting casts, capes just don't do the slice of life thing anymore.
And frankly, that makes them less interesting.
>HURP DERP POWER LEVELS
Just because a character is powerful doesn't mean they should exclusively deal with cosmic level shit. There's no reason to limit the kinds of stories you can tell.
The FF often enough deal with the other residents of the Baxter Building, Superman is a journalist, the Avengers are all heroes who do street level stuff in their own books, and Green Lanterns are literally cops.
Who draws the best Spider-man and why is he Mike Deodato Jr?
>best colors on the suit
So It got added to Netflix recently and I've finally got around to watching it.
I like the movie's suggestion that nothing bad has happened to children since the Dark Ages.
To a bunch of immortal beings, if it isn't a plague, it isn't significant.
where the alien sees all the worst people in history, but doesn't call them a threat.
I mean, no matter what happens to humans, the destructive nature power won't be as bad as what happened to the dinosaurs.
To the higher ups, humans lives are like little speck of dust.
Remember Chaotic, /co/? The cardgame tie-in show that was way better than it had any rights to be. Also the show where the cardplaying kids actually turned into their monsters rather than controlling them
including transforming into hot ones like Takinom here
I remember alright. It's one of those shows that gets funnier the more you really think about the premise; pic related.
three possible outcome
Splinter is dead, which isn't bad perse
so Jen sacrifice herself
Alopex breaks out of control at the last moment and takes the blow (she will really need a redemption after this.
“Chasing Phantoms” Part 1! While the Turtles and Splinter are still reeling from the events of TMNT #60, they come under attack by the Street Phantoms! Will Splinter let this challenge to his rule stand?
When your nostalgia goggles finally wear off you start to realize how fucking UGLY this show is