Captain Marvel concept art from Avengers: Age of Ultron. She would of shown up with Nick Fury to help the Avengers in Sokovia.
This is all I have.
Not a fan of the logo or body pattern. Still its hard to critique just from this
Heathcliff spits out a fish.
which is better?
You're tasked with choosing a gay comic book character to discover they're actually straight.
Who is it?
No recent conversions
Do you think Scarlett is a white supremacist?
All whites are supremacists simply by existing because white people are the majority in almost all countries that matter and do better in those countries than almost all other groups resident therein
Fucking racist crackers
I came across this trailer recently....So on a scale of 1 to 10...
........this film is gonna be a 0, right?
The most overrated shows of all time? I think so.
Not at all. First and foremost, YJ isn't worthy to smell TT's shit. Furthermore, TT isn't overrated at all. It deserves it's place as one of the better /co/ shows. The only people who disagree are either those who have a hateboner for anything even remotely related to anime or those who are into capeshit autism.
Best episode if you want comfy/sad.
The last cartoon/animated film you watched is now a brand new world in Kingdom Hearts 3.
How fucked/excited are you?
Kingdom Hearts ruined every Disney movie. They are meant to be independent and stand alone and then it brings them into some greater continuity ruining the integrity of the original work.
I SAID YOU DID A GREAT JEEEEEEEEERB
What are some good comics and cartoons about war?
Dunno about cartoons, but far as comics go, try:
- Charley's War (WWI)
- Enemy Ace: War Idyll (WWI and Vietnam)
- Battlefields and Vertigo's War Story (WWII)
- The 'Nam (guess)
- Blazing Combat (various)
- Rebels (US revolutionary war)
- Vertigo Unknown Soldier (WWI and beyond)
- Rogue Trooper (sci-fi war)
- Adventures in the Rifle Brigade (WWII)
Welcome back, Anons! This time the villain is... some dude with a sword, and a train!
Take a drink every time a cover from the '70s has a villain saying "nothing can/will stop me now."
This was the era of standardized covers, everything had to have a villain attacking the hero, and dialogue.
Knock it off Danny, you're not Batman.
Well they couldn't have the hero be a dick to their supporting cast, people caught onto that after DC popularized Superdickery.
Let's talk bout eps. where the moral is to get a job.
Just flutter away your opinions, don't be shy