Hey, /co/, I really like the OG Nick Fury, and was wondering what you'd reccommend. I've read the original Lee/Kirby and Steranko stuff, Ennis' MAX, and Secret Warriors, but there's gotta be more out there.
fuck Original Sin
And then an ongoing that follows that.
Really? I heard Bob Harras' stuff wasn't that good, but maybe I heard wrong.
Also general SHIELD stuff can apply too. I found Hickman's SHIELD pretty interesting and would've loved to know more about it, but for some reason Marvel won't release the last two issues.
Can we get a DKSA animated movie like TDKR?
With better art and clearer plot I think it could be more well received
It's classic monsters and terrors re-imagined as flora and fauna of the American wilderness. It's Manifest Destiny, a criminally under-appreciated ongoing from ole Image comics.
Issues 1 - 6, lets do this
so does Batman actually likes bats? like, is the batcave a bats sanctuary and he donates money for the preservation of their ecosystems?
He just let them be for a while, but then a strain of the Legacy virus was found in them (and got Alfred deathly sick) and he realized he had to do something about it, so now he takes care of them and they've always sort of made sure they were fed.
That was before the New 52 so who knows if it's still a thing.
What are some amazing dinosaurs cartoons?
what the scientists say: after years of analyzing fossil samples from different eras we've found evidence that certain types of dinosaurs had layers of primitive feathers covering their bodies.
what people understand: BREAKING NEWS! ALL DINOSAURS HAD FEATHERS AND COULD FLY, JUST ASK THIS SCIENTIST!
She is busy trying to get into Duane's pants
What's with all th-whoa, lordy that's a lot of bird titties
Any thoughts on your Lord and Savior Don Cheadle?
what are some good romantic comic books?
WAY WAY BACK IN THE 1980S
How is your annual re-watch of Clone High going, /co/? mine is fantastic
It's event time! The first of many!
PREVIOUSLY ON X-MEN:
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So, I finally finished Mystery of the Emblem recently. Pretty good, a little rough around the edges but not too shabby. Book 2 was a remarkable improvement over Book 1, in both story and music. Now off I go to Genealogy of the Holy War.
I have to admit, I'm not too fond of this event, it feels kinda shallow and toyetic.
Who is in your OT3?
For /co/ related things, the Trinity and Barry's three dads.
Hey /co/ you ever feel as most young people experience superheroes for the first time through animated cartoons and live action films, that leads them to feeling comic books are inadequate and incomplete, or overly complex and inaccessible?
What do you actually want from a superhero comic book in the year 2016?
Not necessarily. Sometimes it works on their favor. I got into comic books by watching Batman and Superman TAS and the Burton Batman movies, and then got amazed as how big these character histories were, how complex the mythology was and how the adaptations paled in comparison to everything the source material had to offer. There's quite nothing like the larger than life nature of these characters in any medium. It's one of the appeals that make comic books unique.
Bra why arn't you a real life superhero! Come on if its anything you can do it man!
Just learn some parcore and martial arts and shit!
If he can do it you can do it too brah! Dont you wanna live out your fantasy! Do it brah!