>Ultimates 3 & Ultimatum never happened
How would you have run the ultimate universe and what direction would you take it? /CO/
Is it possible to make a show/comic starring a disabled character without making it obvious it's being done for awareness, pandering, or preachy purposes? Pelswick is probably the only example I can think of that was as good as stuff like The Weekenders or Doug.
Breakfast Son in Breaking Bad. Breakfast Son was actually alright in as much as it wasn't thrown around a bunch, but they still addressed shit like him driving differently.
The big issue is when they try to act like handicapped people can do anything when they can't, which is why they're handicapped.
Now that its been a while can we all agree giving Ruby a super secret shonen power was the most autistic thing the writers could conjure up?
Maybe they can still fix this.Make it a one shot, so she can never ever do it again.
Maybe she'll almost get herself killed because she tries to force it to work and she learns a valuable lesson on not relying on magic genes to save her.
is the worst pupper
There is no such thing as worst pupper. Cats, however...
HE'S MADE OF RUBBER!
>Charlie Cox asked @OriginalFunko for a couple @Daredevil Pop!s to take to hospitals & schools—here's what they sent!
Can I even post this here?
I didn't like when it went cosmic.
The super villain shit was just so upbeat, even when it was edgy and soul crushing, it was just fun. I can enjoy cosmic shit, but it just came in and shat all over what I was really enjoying.
I hope he finishes Twig soon so we can move on to Worm 2.
I'm interested to see where exactly we would go in the story after the supreme fucking up of the entire multiverse by the end of the first one.
I miss him bros
He should have taken the name Basilisk when he become a militant mutant revolutionary.
What animated film defined your childhood? Maybe it's not your favorite these days. Hell, maybe you don't even care for it anymore. But what movie connected with you the most when you were growing up?
Don't be afraid to show your age.
Pic related for mine. It falls short in several places, but I'm comfortable giving it a "dream logic plot" kinda pass. It still has some amazing animation and fun story beats.
>What animated film defined your childhood?
I credit Fantasia with giving me an interest in music at a really early age. My mom had the music from it on a cassette tape, and I listened to it so much that I think it wore out.
Can't remember if I got into dinosaurs because I loved this so much or if the reason I liked it was because of the dinosaurs, but I watched this constantly.
When I rewatched it after not having actually seen it in close to a decade, I realized the soundtrack-- music, characters' lines, etc,-- was pretty much burnt into my mind. I'd actually watched some of the sequels too as a kid, but none of them made an impact on me to that level.
Probably a lot of them, although I don't likely remember them or notice the influence. I mean, looking back I can clearly see how a combination of Legend of Zelda, Fox's Peter Pan, and Robin Hood mixed together and influenced some of my preferences.
I do remember watching and re-watching Lady and the Tramp repeatedly back when I was a kid. It was certainly one of my favorite movies back then.
Who are the greatest vegetarian / vegan superheroes?
What are some good iconic cape vehicles?
>created to be the coolest imaginary friend
>is an egoistical asshole most of the time
You know how some comedy shows feature a main cast that are comically terrible to each other?
It's kind of like that but without the self awareness to take advantage of it, so it just looks like the nicer ones are shit on all the time.
What is Marvel's "Watchmen"? Does it have any?
Can we talk about the fact that Rick Grimes turned into a complete fucking cut in the comics?
When he was faced with the problem of Negan, he lied and cheated his way to defeat him. His morals were fucked. Negans morals were also fucked, but more stright that Ricks. He never lied, and tried to do the best for his people. When he said something, he went and did it. He never said anything he wouldn't do. He followed eye for an eye. He had set rules at his safe haven.
Rick on the otherhand, only cares about Andrea, carl, and his main group of friends. He...
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So, /co/. Considering you guys are experts with these sorts of things, is anything in this bundle worth the asking price?