Let's continue this Dofus: Livre 1 movie translation thread going, or whatever it's called.
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Any day now, Jhonen.
In the interest of escaping DCfriend shitposting, can we just have a good old fashioned positive Marvel thread?
There are so many things I'm hype for right now and I'm sick of all the negativity getting spewed.
>Captain America being Hydra has blown up WORLDWIDE. Seriously, I've never seen a comic get people this excited, and I've heard it's selling out everywhere.
>Civil War 2 in full swing with a real shocker already RIP Shulk
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Why is she such a slut?
ITT: Moments a cartoon fucking slayed you
Hard mode: No spongebob
what does co think of this?
Why must our heroes suffer forever?
Guys, it's /a/
You should have read the flyer outside about the anime talk days. I set this up a long time ago with the priest. He gave me permission on the condition that I would tell no one that he really likes Sword Art Online season 2. And don't tell anyone I said that, or I'm going to have to go back to that tent in the park. Raccoons don't want to talk about anime. They just want to scratch me and make awful screaming noises.
okay so one of the issues was a trap that was meant to expose you, the reader, to the villains allowing him to invade his earth but I now realize this ties into All-Star Superman where the actual person of superman is real in our universe and he takes his form in the comics and so did his villain and I now realize the issue was meant not as a trap to us but to the villain as grant morrison has hope for us to think of a better idea to beat his villain. sorry, tad drunk, but this is en epiphany to me
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But aren't we the final villains in all these stories? We're the Empty Hand, the one that continues to propel the story on forward, constantly exposing these characters to greater threats and dangers.
>On one Earth Superman's rocket landed in Kansas
>In ours it landed in a comic book
>The idea of a man who will never let us down VS the extreme archetypes of villainy
>Ultra was literally a super villain trap and we used it against them
but aren't we also the one's who determine hwow the heroes defeat the threat? aren't both the problems and answers within us and isn't it up to us to write the THE END that superman deserves like in the end of superman 4-d?
Bill Waterson must be George Carlin of comics. Can somebody explain why this cunt is so revered for his smug contrarianism? If he were born in our generation he probably would have never even taken up art in the first place; he'd be too busy correcting people on Reddit.
For one he's actually good so the Carlin comparison is inaccurate and the concept of an author that wanted nothing to do with whatever merchandising scheme the big wigs come up with is a nice change of pace. He set out to make a story with a boy and his tiger and finished it at that,
>If he were born in our generation he probably would have never even taken up art in the first place; he'd be too busy correcting people on Reddit
Oh, this is b8
>It's an episode where the main characters play a sport against other people who may or may not be evil for no reason whatsoever
Fucking think of other ideas you lazy assholes, like goddamn.
>It's a thread where some idiot who thinks original ideas are possible bitches about tropes.
This trope always seems eerily off, yet is somehow accepted as a thing like circumcision
Why does the cartoon board like a show with awful animation?
You think /co/ likes this? As an entity we don't like a single thing in the whole world, let alone this show which is spammed more than Steven Universe these days. Tripfags run rampant in every thread and it's pretty much the definition of 'waifu the show' in western animation.
I personally think it's a good show though, and I love the art. Reminds me of comics like Garfield.
Since it's becoming Nick's highest-rated cartoon, it's either that good or Nick has been that bad lately. It may just be that the masses are crying for anything fresh that isn't Spongebob or Fairly Old Babby.