>You'll never get to read these babies..
So I've never actually looked into this until recently. How is it? I know Mr. Dead is behind it. Does that make it good/bad? Tell me more, anons.
His suit is pretty cool.
>be invited into someone's home, be given warm clothes and a free meal
>destroy their property and treat them like shit
>somehow they're the bad guys
/co/! Do the thing!
OKAY BOLBI DO THE THING REAL GOOD! SLAP SLAP SLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP SLAP SLAP SLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP
Uh, uh... Korra isn't very good! They sacrificed story integrity by splitting up the series into 4 small adventures that Korea breezed through without developing very much! Her struggles were all very shallow and her solutions were contrived and convenient "power-level" victories earned by lazy writing and enabled by her either crying and running away only to come back suddenly stronger for no raisin! The mess that was the interpersonal relations between the main 4 hampered the development of everybody because it ultimately meant nothing! The previous history...
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The central theme of her character is failure. Discuss.
That could work if Korra was the last avatar and Bryke stick with the theme of the world not needing the avatar anymore
So what was really the message of this comic that no one really gets?
There's not a white and black, only grey?
The means justify the ends?
A lesser evil is needed sometimes?
Will he be Marvel's next EIC?
The Viper is coming...
That no good prevailer of evil! We should immediately contact the mayor and have him ask all the shops around town that sell nuclear missiles to see if any of them sold to those terrible twisted terrorists.
My favorite thing about Gotham was that they had a straight up supermarket style black market complete with bored employee on the intercom and muzac.
Amazed at how a comic this good managed to be published in the most boring Marvel era. Loved everything about it. How is it selling compared with Bendis shit and SWJ pandering?
It's among the lowest selling Marvel books. 19k copies in April.
Obviously, Bendis's books outsell it handily. As for SJW books...depends on what you consider them. It beats Unbeatable Squirrel Girl by about 1000 physical floppies (although it's probably lower digitally).
Would you watch Space Jam 2 if it had the following?
No. Space Jam is popular and beloved because the novelty behind it was so odd and part of it's time period it became a sort of "So bad it's good" cult classic. The film itself is fairly mediocre and the strangeness behind it can only really work once.
Mom's gonna freak....about my choice in clothing.
[UNSOLICITED STORYTIME OF SEXY FRENCH SPY???]
its that time of the month again to post your fave obscure dc waifu's
>who are your faves
>Lady Klaus Nomi
This is going to haunt my nightmares
If they wanted a female Thor so bad why didn't they just give Sif a series?
to patty, to marcie, even to sally in a few years (right now it would be cruel because she would fall hopelessly in love with me and she's just too young, and anyway she belongs with linus and he can't compete with me calling her honeybutter)
but to lucy? more like chunky butterface