why do I keep seeing people who call Aquaman their favorite superhero?
Is it the contrarian hipster thing to do to like a character who's the butt of most superhero jokes or am I missing something?
This was funny at times but so SJW crap.
So can someone explain this guy to me? Is he just a alien king bent on conquering the universe, or does he just do evulz for the lolz?
He believes in bringing ultimate order to the universe. And that means submitting to his absolute rule.
He tries to achieve this every so often by menacingly sitting in various chairs until the heroes make him move.
The world of the last show/comic you watched has been invaded by the kaijus of the Godzilla universe. How fucked are they?
What does /co/ think of Bendis?
Why do people on here compare cartoons to anime so much?
Over the past few weeks I've seen about three threads about comparing anime to cartoons. They're completely two different mediums and in my opinion Cartoons are superior. With cartoons you have a lot more freedom and better animation while in anime you can only make moeshit or never have a show that lasts past 12 episodes.
Why do people compare these two?
Can we get a cute MCU thread going on?
What went wrong?
Same thing that happened to Marvel: They got taken over by their own fans. They're businesses run by people who shouldn't be running businesses. It's a snake eating its own tail. Fans shouldn't run the business, they don't have objectivity to know quality, or ambition to create anything other than what they already like.
Still very much a work in progress with many more connections to be put in there it's been my ambition to create a model of the Marvel Omniverse.
Slight correction. The original designation for the Inhumans was Homo Sapiens Inhumanus, but Matt Fraction is an idiot who doesn't understand science or continuity and renamed them Inhomo Supremis. But after he left, other books like Karnak have gone back to calling them Homo Inhumanus.
How futile was Barry running back to save his mom? It's not going to stop Zoom from coming back and killing everyone.
In your opinion how long do cartoons stay funny? Are the oldest Looney Tunes, Popeye, Disney etc still funny by today's standards? What about in 100 years? What about cartoons today in, say, 50 years?
I feel like Damian and the Jason are so similar in their personalities they might as well be the same character.
>Damian raised under bruce slowly becomes less edgy, is later kidnapped by the Joker and beat to death with a crowbar. Talia or another League of Assassins member retrieves his corpse, reviving him, but leaving his mind and memories severely scarred. Vengeful and full of abandonment issues, he assumes the name Jason Todd and later calls himself the Red Hood.
Same with Tim Drake and Grayson. Drake's not interesting enough...
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Hell yes there are.
And I can hardly tell any of the fuckers apart unless I'm explicitly told which ones which.
But it's Batman which means more characters equals more spinoff potential and therefor more money.
I'd be okay if they went off and did their own unique things, but DC and fans are determined to keep them all in Gotham and interacting with each other and stepping on its others toes.
No point in Dick, Jason, and Tim being grown up Robin in the same room as each other since writers will just reduce them to one trait.
Why do people enjoy watching Superman get beat up and defeated so badly?
What are some perfect or near perfect big two comic runs of the past five years? Runs that where able to tell complete story and where done mostly by one writer? For me
Spurrier X-Men Legacy
Lemire's Animal Man
Spencer's Superior Foes of Spider-Man
King's Omega Men
And most likely King's Vision once it finishes and maintains its current quality
Inb4 I have shit taste