I'm looking for some new reads with good storytelling, like adventures or dramas or even nonfiction. Good art's a plus but not as important to me.
Necropolis maybe? Just throwing that out there as I don't know much about webcomics, but interested in this thread, so... bump.
Some anon made a similar thread last night and someone started talking about Guilded Age . I started reading it and it sounds like you might like it. It's pretty interesting. Made me want to play D&D again.
As a counter-request, anyone know any good slice of like webcomics? I recently read all of DoA and liked it, so I want more; something else to binge read.
>Stood by while he destroyed a entire city.
>Stood by while Magneto killed billions of people.
>Tried to KILL Cyclops, Nightcrawler, and Jean
>Prof X automatically makes her an X-Men at the end despite her horrible crimes.
>The other X-Kids have no problem working with the crazy bitch who tried to MURDER them ealier in the day
>people enjoy the art ramos does
I can at least appreciate that it's very comic book-y and has a sense of motion. I mean obviously it could be a lot better, but it's pretty far down there on the list of stuff that makes me cringe.
we're getting a CGI movie when Bill Watterson dies, right?
who would you cast as the voices
probably Bill Murray as Hobbes
>Bill Murray as Hobbes
god damn, i hope not.
I do not want Garfield as the voice of Hobbes
I'm not sure who would work best, but I always heard him as a lot younger than Bill Murray would voice it.
Some unknown would be cool, a teen-to-twenty-something voice maybe. I never imagined Hobbes as very much older than Calvin. They were really closer to being equals than mentor-student.
Hobbes was a nice counterpoint to Calvin.
Wow, that was really
boring 6 issues of decent art and nothing more, I'm disappointed
I cant follow the same amount of comics i used to so ill have to downsize to just 12 (picked a number), here are mine, which would be your 12?
Beasts of Burden
Archie Meets the Ramones
Hyperbole and a Half
I will probably be awaiting the hardcovers as well.
why is dr manhattan a villain now?
Could they get away with this episode today?
Hoe good is it for an animation degree? Doe they help you get your foot in the door? Are they good at helping you to meet others in the industry? What is the quality of the education?
Oh anons, everybody knows that peaches come from a can.
They were put there by a man, in a factory downtown.
>it's a sports episode
I don't know. Hit the Diamond was one of the best episodes up to date.
I was skeptical before but if you do it right it can be fun. It's all about the ability of the staff to make such an episode good
Did anyone else not see this solely because they thought the main dinosaur looked like it was drawn by a retarded 3yr old?
I didn't see it because it looked bad and the trailers didn't win me over in the slightest.
But apparently we live in an era where you are a horrible person if you decide not to see a movie because the trailers look bad.
Where are the guys like this today?
>It's actually pretty good
Huh. I thought there was no way it'd be anything less than shit.
What's his fucking problem?
Quick question does the new Voltron show have an actual opening theme/credits or not.
no spoilers otherwise please.