The fanbase for the show is like 5 people, all of whom just post captioned screencaps of the thing. Anyone outside the fanbase, what's your opinion of this show?
In the 90s, what was it exactly that led to people deciding 'lets put this it' for things like Minerva Mink, and Lola bunny?
Was it just pervy 90s furries already in the industry? That would make sense if it was the artists who wrote and produced the thing, but its not.
Is it a joke? Like... 'haha, animal characters aren't sexy, that makes this funny'?
I don't get it.
Sexy animal characters are very common since the 40`s
They wanted a female member to the team, because reasons and stuff. She was designed before anyone figured out what to do with her. She was "written" after she was drawn. Apparently someone on the team decided she should be extra sexy.
Don't blame on a conspiracy what could be easily explained by executives not knowing what to do.
>Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (2015b) #8 - 15,131
>Patsy Walker Aka Hellcat (2015) #6 - 11,822
>Vision increasing a bit instead of losing readers
>Contest of Champions is still cancelled
>All those books will still live on anyway.
Will Death appear in MCU, XCU or both?
>Will Death appear in MCU, XCU or both?
None of the abstract entities should
They are used pretty shitty in the print media and would be out of place and remarkably shitty in the MCU
>would be out of place and remarkably shitty in the MCU
But Death has a key role in the Infinity Gauntlet storytime, actually.
i think she should be at least referenced, even without appearing in a physical form
>Black character is main character's best friend
>They're nerdy and slightly timid
>They never have any attributes of growing up in the projects or the ghetto
I know that they don't want to stereo type us but when every single black person in kids' shows is the same extreme minority within our community it gets annoying
Because black people scare white people.
Really. If you're gonna have a black character in your show marketed towards white people then you can't actually have him act getto. Otherwise your audience will feel threatened by his demeanor. So the easiest thing to do is have him play against type to make the suburban white kids feel at east.
Nah man, what was the live-action kid's show where the main characters were a white guy and a black guy, and one of their closest friends was a big black guy that was originally a troublemaking delinquent who was treatening them before they became friends.
It was set in a highschool, the principle was an older black lady.
Its not "Hang Time" I'm thinking of, its something else.
I admit I really like what they did with the cape, making it come together like a collar at the neck, etc.
But does anyone else miss the bare midriff?
That's kind of been signature for a while now...
Do you think comic books have better writers than video games?
Yes. The best comic writers know how to leverage the medium to their advantage. Video games are still stuck with "play a bit of the game to unlock the next cut-scene" formula. Of course there are some that deviate from this but they are few and far between.
Hey /co/. What are your thoughts on the Scott Pilgrim series?. Are these comics linked to a certain "core" or fanbase? what type of people read Scott Pilgrim comics?
The comic I felt was kind of weird. The video game stuff feels kind of awkward and randomly thrown in compared to the movie (but it's possible that I had just gotten used to it by the time I watched the movie so it was less jarring there).
I never hated it, but I don't know if I liked it. Art was probably the best part.
i felt the opposite
the video game stuff felt more awkward in the movie. a lot of people who didnt read the comics walk away and think it's just "lol videogame references", when really it's a world where video game mechanics exist in real life
Have you started your day with a nice spoon full of Skub, /co/?
So there's currently two dumbing of age threads and a questionable content thread.
And Achewood has been consistently updating for the past month.
Tell me about Donna Troy /co/, I've always thought she was basically just wonder girl but not blonde, but she seems to be decently popular.
I'm not Titanfag so I may be wrong. I remember it this way:
>first she was made out of clay, just like Wonder Woman
>but not really, she was human kid Wonder Woman adopted
>enter Terry Long, three times her age but it's love, senpai!
>but she's not adopted by Wonder Woman anymore, she's orphan trained by some titans to be their champion
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Like usual, a 2 minute clip has been released for the next episode, for those who like to spoil a good percentage of the episode for themselves.
Episode is VIP Members only, focusing on a key part of the finale connections.
and this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQtRucRpcnA
Episode description: Mordecai, Rigby, Muscle Man, and High Five Ghost want to be VIP members at Cheeser's.
Next episode is the Penultimate, titled Deez Keys, which follows "the guys" making a deal with the scientists while looking...
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Forgot the airing times aside from the finale day.
As well as the clip(s) there's some spoiler images throughout the episode released. First 5 aren't much but after 6 onwards there's some story being shown.