This is the most unfunny piece of shit I've ever watched. It tries so hard to make a joke but then falls flat because there's no emotion or quirkiness to it.
Why the fuck does everyone on the fucking planet adore this shitfest?
Who'd you pick to play Captain Marvel in the upcoming movie? I'd pick Colton Hayes to play Carol.
Alright... wtf is this?
I'm dead serious, read the names of some of these episodes. This is on the official Spongebob Wiki and these are just either dumb (hoping friend isn't transformed into shopping mall) to just downright disturbing (Patrick gets kidnapped during late night hide and sneak). What the literal fuck?
I still don't understand any of these fan wikis. The Pooh Adventure is another one. I can't tell if they're just exceptionally obscure jokes or the work of someone who is not able to make any coherent connection to reality. I can't even put them in enough context to find them funny.
A Most Excellent Audio-Visual Junkrat & Roadhog Adventure for the illiterate and those too feeble to turn a comicbook page!
btw, do these stories and the animated shorts make Overwatch /co/?
What's more powerful, Phoenix-Force/Phoenix, or Uni-Power/Captain Universe?
>crime-rate through the roof
>hordes of psychopathic criminals
>masked vigilante that only attracts more psychopathic criminals
>"high security" asylum on the edge of town that is easier to break out of than a wet paper bag
>gloomy, gothic architecture everywhere
>said architecture gets destroyed at least once every decade, only to be rebuild even dirtier and gloomier than before
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Many dont have the luxury of up and leaving. They have jobs, family, and financial limitations. Also Id rather live in Gotham than Metropolis for one thing. Local crime may be low, but every other week some world ending threat wants a dick measuring contest with Superman. That and its more expensive
Why did the art style for this show change in Season 2 in contrast to Season 1
Kim Possible was successful. Brandy & Mr. Whiskers and American Dragon: Jake Long were less successful. Rather than cancel those shows, they got Steve Loter to retool both of them to make them more successful. He made changes to both shows, but people only ever complain about American Dragon because it was more of a visual change.
The point of the show in season one was that Brandy, who was civilized, was trapped in the Amazon. The animals knew nothing about civilization and Brandy desperately tried to get home.
In season two, when the show was retooled, it was implied that the animals were civilized all along and merely didn't tell Brandy. They had shopping malls, amusement parks, television studios. They had everything. And Brandy stopped trying to get home.
Why, I do believe it's time for Bill & Ted Go To Hell!
But enough about me, how was your weekend?
I'm doing the whole four issues today - odds are this won't go too badly.
How the fuck does Galactus gets to places? I don't think he walks cause how do you walk in space? Does he float? That's a little awkward anx it would probably take him a while to get to planets. Does he teleport? If he does then why does he need heralds?
This was fucking obscene
ONE MO THING
Remember that time the Greatest Heavyweight Champion of All Time, Muhammad Ali, whooped Superman's ass?
Remember that time that the Greatest Musician of All Time, Wesley Willis whooped Superman's ass?
I've been thinking about reading the comic books but it's such a big universe that honestly I don't know where to begin. I've always liked Jean Grey she's my favorite and I'd like to read more about her specifically but I think that in order to understand more her story I have to start with the beginings of X-men. Can you enlighten me, please? Or can you send me a link to a website that shows the time line of the comic?
you dont need to start at the begining, trust me i just did. Slim Summers just doesnt have the same charisma as Scott, fucking lol at Stan Lee's inability to remember names or character traits.
just skip to when claremont started writing if you want jean phoenix as i assume you do.
hey /co/ it's my birthday today.Can somebody storytime some Transmetropolitan please
Have a nice birthday, I'll give you a bump
What did you guy's think of the show?
That it was fucking rad. I watched the last time they showed it on PBS for a thanksgiving marathon, holds up well except for the traveling fair arc imo.
I'm a book fanboy though so take my opinion with a nice helping of salt.