What did /co/ think of this?
Personally I felt it dragged on for too long (could have been 1 hour), the Meghan Trainor song was garbage and the Snoopy / Red Baron scenes detracted too much from Charlie Brown's story. But those last few minutes of the movie, I was shedding manly tears.
Too much slapstick and the wrong kind of mood. I would love to see a children's movie with all the bleak philosophical aspects of the strip. Imagine a kids movie with characters saying "what's the difference between being really sad and being depressed?" And Peppermint Patty staying up late for her dad to come home, making her lose sleep and screwing her up for school. Also, where was the religious talk?
Personally, I felt the movie was far more sentimental and whimsical than anything Schulz actually did with Peanuts, less cynical and somber and really Snoopy being so loyal also felt kinda weird since the rest of the Peanuts shows/strips/etc portrayed him as more unintentionally selfish...
And yet it's still good?
As someone who watched all the Peanuts specials growing up, and the four 'cinematic' movies, tPM felt like a book end for Charlie Brown as a character. He didn't get the girl of his dreams, he kept failing but he was acknowledged to be...
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For a Flash run written by Grant Morrison it was pretty disappointing. I expected a lot more crazy shit and the most it did was make Wally able to make a suit out of speedforce.
Also The Suit wasn't a very good villain.
>Wally racing his childhood radio signal friend while also being powered by everyone running on Earth
I think you're underrating a lot of the run just because you expected him to show up on page like in Animal Man or something
What did everybody think of the Preacher premiere?
Who would win in hand to hand combat?
Remember when we used to do alt art threads all the time?
Let's do that again.
Alt art thread.
>Red Hood Arsenal #13 came out! I inked a short story at the end of the chapter, penciled by the awesome Joe Bennett. Had a blast with these pages!
Wait a minute, I just had a really nasty thought. So far we're the only people in the movie that haven't gotten killed somehow.
It's been a year since ADHD aired a new episode of any of its shows
Is the block officially dead?
from the same guy who brought you this
What would happen if Cap confronts Red Skull and Red Skull repeated this same thing to Steve, word for word, to justify his actions?
It's amazing to me people use this as a definitive Cap speech. Usually when Steve gives a speech, there's something about hope, freedom, or morality. This one's so bad that a supervillain could say it.
Cap would probably deck him in the face because Cap knows he's wrong.
Does watching cartoons as an adult carry the same stigma with it as watching anime as an adult?
This is a thread for the movie "The Incredibles"
Talk about anything Incredibles related
Remember Gamma Jack is best hero.
For those who want lore.
Do you think they should make 616 Steve Rogers an actual superhuman like MCU Steve Rogers?
This may not work but i'll do it anyway.
I'm looking for the artist that designed this cover.
As the ancient Hawaiians used to say
> daily reminder that if they were real, /pol/ would shit on mutants and inhumans