What is your opinion on MCU's Thor? Not the movies, just the character in general. Often times I forget he's even there, because he's one of the least appealing Avengers on the team.
Pretty weak interpretation of the character honestly. He's so flat and uninteresting. They forgot about Thor's Warrior Madness, that tthere is a part of Thor's personality that is capable of just snapping and sending him into a world destroying rage.
Ultimately Thor is meant to be understood in a Superman level context as the champion of humanity and the Guardian of Midgard. Hr isn't the dumb frat guy Marvel alwayd wants to make him out to be. He's the Defender of earth who struggles with an uncontrollable Godly fury
So I just got done reading fables #1-150 over about 2 weeks and I can say that I'm pretty dissatisfied (I'd rate a 7/10 but it could've been better) and I need something to read to make up for it. It's probably the only DC comic I ever cared for (not milked and actually original) but I'd like to read some original Marvel or Dark Horse now.
Does Dark Horse and Marvel even have books like the Killing Joke and Watchmen? Stuff that are just really good reads on their own that you don't have to worry about continuity or the overall universe?
>when the opening changes slightly to reflect the new status quo
>when the episode is so plot heavy they skip the opening altogether
>When the episode only features a black screen with the logo and title for 5 seconds instead of the 30 second intro
>Plus points is the intro's instrumental playing in the background
>Please Please Pleese Get a Life Foundation
Huh. . .
In August 1995, the people from alt.tv.animaniacs and #watertower IRC who were the inspiration for this short got to visit the WB studio and screen an early cut from the episode. Then one of them pointed out an error in the episode immediately after it ended.
Remember when the fans went to the studio and got to have a tour and meet the actors?
Remember when Tress MacNeille got stalked by Dennis Falk?
Remember when Mitch Beiro "married" Minerva Mink and later went to jail for pedophilia?
Pepperidge Farm remembers.
Terrific. Welcome to Bob's Burgers, can I get you something?
WATCH OUT FOR SHREDDER
Shredder in the new TMNT movie had to have been on Michael Bay's private stash of illegal drugs
His overacting was terrible and not even in a hysterically bad way
They really should have went with the original idea of making the white business man the actual shredder
Has /co/ read the Spider-Man manga? What did you think of it?
It's kind of disturbing, honestly. It's like a long study on how to shit harder and harder on a guy until he loses all faith in humanity. And gets the power to summon mind tigers. I'm not even sure they needed the Spidey license to write that story past the first few chapters.
wtf did I just read?
I have come to the conclusion that the Powerpuff Girls anime adaptation, PPGZ, is a better show than the 2016 reboot.
The biggest reason is because, although the anime has a very different feel than from the original, it stays true consistently to what is wants to be, a parody of the classic "magical girl" anime genre (Mahoujo Shoujo).
I wanna fuck Ima Goodlady
No...not Sedusa...Ima Goodlady her disguise
>tfw forced to live in the shadow of your prettier twin sister
Yep, cute despite the lack of pink frills, makeup, and sashay in her walk. It's a living testament to the "unpolished gem" lifestyle Lana tries to emulate in the shadow of her ideal older sister Lynn.
/co/ Image Macro thread?
The older the better.
Some of us work ungodly hours.
Anyone else find him putting people in walls and floors while they're still alive horrifying?
Jesus christ, just let Magneto finish me.
With E3 around the corner, anyone else excited to see more stuff on Fractured But Whole?
We're all aware this is the greatest cartoon ever made right? Or what's your objectively wrong answer?