This movie could have been really good. They nailed alot of stuff, from the concepts to the characters and the horror like feeling.
The first two thirds of the movie were excellent too, everything was in the right place. Too bad the last third of the film was too short, and the obvious missing scenes.
I'm hoping the sequel fixes alot of the problems. Maybe we'll see some x-me cameos
Is this the most sexiest (and almost inappropriate for kids) animations disney has ever done in this disney's revival era ?
Shit, I'm Late For School Edition
Drawfags and Writefags are more than welcome to contribute
So, was he right?
He was neither entirely wrong nor entirely right.
He was right about forcing hostile nations to cooperate against a bigger threat, but he was wrong about it being the only way to save the world. His whole deal is that he looks down on humanity and sees himself as the only one competent enough to make people do the right thing, even when they might be able to get their shit together on their own. His plan worked in the short run, but as Manhattan pointed out, that's not the end of it.
Will they though? It's not like we have something similar to compare it too. His plan might have worked forerer or for even centuries.
You can't imagine how people come together when a common enemy appears.
Woke up early for some reason, watched pic related. It seemed decent, easily better than a lot of the garbage on CN (this is coming from a guy who doesn't watch cartoons much). Where's all the hate coming from?
Is it because the teacher no longer has big hips? Or because the voice actors are different? Or some other reason I'm missing because I'm 24 and don't follow cartoons as if they're geared for serious critics (a la PhantomStrider, MrEnter)?
>Hawkeye will get another book in the future
>still shared with Kate
My travels have delayed this endeavor, but I am back /co/, at least for now.
Part 1 (#1-#5) — http://desustorage.org/co/thread/83230254/#83230254
Part 2 (#6-#11) — http://desustorage.org/co/thread/83247959/#83247959
Part 3 (#12-#15) — http://desustorage.org/co/thread/83280798/#83280798
Now, Venom, issues 16 - 20. Denny O'Neil, Trevor Von Eden, covers by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez.
Apparently Loeb and Sale's first colab
what does /co/ think of JL8?
Morning /co/, what's for breakfast?
Pick a superhero. Got it? Good.
Now make their video game. Is it a good game?
It'd be like Arkham City, but since the main character is a dangerous sociopath, you don't have to wait until some villain takes over the city. You can start asserting your will over people right away! Also you get robot spider legs.
Superman: Warworld. Supes starts out with an earth sequence that teaches you the ropes maybe with some robots or Metallo or a power suit Lex. Supes then ends up going to or gets captured by Warworld somehow and has to fight but then escapes and just goes wild ala Hulk Ultimate Destruction.
>itt: comics that got you into comics
This shit was like crack for my 9 year old brain
Well, it kind of opened the doorway to my interest in older and pulp style comics. All of Moore's America's Best Comics line holds a very special place in my heart, Tomorrow Stories especially
Literally the first comic I ever bought. Probably not the first one I read, but definitely the first one I ever bought on my own.
I still can't believe I found a scan of it. (Thank you based LibGen.)
>What is this storytime series all about?
Everyday for the month of June 2016 (the rare 616 Month), commemorating the 55th anniversary of Marvel Comics, I storytime certain old Earth-616 Marvel Comics issues on their anniversary/if there's pottery when their respective release dates and volume & issue numbers align. Watch out for the appearances of the numbers 6, 1, and 6, in that order.
>For what purpose?
Milestone celebrations of Earth-616, Universe-7 (the mainstream Marvel Universe before the...
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I've seen this, it's actually a (very loose) sequel to Don Quixote and is not terrible for a foreign CGI film. Whoever made it was almost certainly in on the joke about marketing it as Shrek related.
i hear it's not bad in French but William Shatner gives one of the most baffling and terrible performances i've ever heard. also does anyone remember the one where the poster ripped off Shark Tale but it actually had really good 2-D animation? i think it was on Netflix for awhile
Voltron talkback #2. It has a reverse trap. It's also pretty good. Probably what ThunderCats 2011 should have been.
If there is some kind drawfag out there, it would fun to see a redraw some part of the bathing scene from Mulan with Pidge and the team.