Why was it such an uphill battle for a Deadpool movie to be made?
Producers didn't believe in it especially after their first take on Deadpool.
Also, despite him being probably Marvel's most popular character right now, he's still entirely unknown to your grandparents and the vast amounts of actual normies (unlike Spiderman, Batman, Superman, etc).
Why do comic fight scenes look so stiff, static, and awkward compared to fight scenes in manga?
I think its the use of motion lines.
Sometimes they lack the willingness or ability to 'break' the design and anatomy a little to create a sense of force, impact, speed, and action.
You know the drill
Just incase anyone missed it
Is this worth watching? I remember being excited for it before it was released but then I forgot about it I guess.
Greetings from /m/, what are /co/'s worst origin retcons? The kind they go "why did you do that?" or just plain rage.
This was pretty fucking sweet.
Are the other's Martin's adaptations as colofrul and worth as this?
Thunderbolts #2 preview is out.
This very obviously isn't the actual first page of the issue.
Is civil war II worse than the first one?
the moral dilema in this one makes more sense at least, but once again I don't understand why they can't just compromise. Instead of preemptively arresting people in the visions, why not just prepare for the event or surveil those involved?
There's no moral dilemma
Carol just wants to use Ulysses to stop other events like the Celestial and Thanos. She doesn't want to abuse him to stop pretty criminals
You could make an argument that it may lead to that, but theres nothing wrong with what she wants to do now.
I get Tony's mad that his friend died, but knowing where Thanos would be didn't kill him
>Detective Comics returns to its old numbering with a new concept and creative team in DC Rebirth, with writer James Tynion IV, artist Eddy Barrows, inker Eber Ferreira, and colorist Adriano Lucas joining forces to explore the next generation of Gotham superheroes. The series also sees the return of Batwoman to prominence in the DC Universe, working with Batman to train Red Robin, Spoiler, Orphan (the new codename of former Batgirl Cassandra Cain), and the reformed villain Clayface to take down the rising tide of evil in their city.
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Who are the best? Who are the worst? Who made you realize you were into it?
What if instead of Powerless, we got an Office-style show about DC's writers?
>writers are sitting around a table presenting their ideas for their next story arc
>Tom starts out "So, I had this one experience based on something that happened back in the CIA."
>tenses up, has the thousand yard stare
>they continue the meeting, leaving Tom to his PTSD
>come back in the morning to him still there
Is this the best Green Lantern story?
The movie did Hal's arc better, so no. Pic is the best Green Lantern story.
Being Rated R, do you think they will do everything in the comics correctly?
visualwise, we already know it looks like shit
rating doesnt particularly matter. DKR had some pretty accurate content and it was PG-13
although to be fair the source itself wasnt too heavy on disturbing imagery, while KJ has a fair bit
Even if the film isn't going to be adapted to the original art style, I mean it is at least Young Justice style, which doesn't suck, we have Mark and Kevin back in it, which I would think counts for something. Maybe they will do something good? I figure, it's rated R which gives them more freedom.
This guy pretty muched summed up the biggest reason why I think Civil War 2 is shit and makes no sense
Listen, i really don't want to hate Bendis' work. I usually go in with an open mind and try to enjoy myself but he really has made it hard for me this past couple of years. I enjoyed Ultimate Spider-Man, Disassembled, New Avengers and I think the Dark Avengers run was the last time i enjoyed something of his.
Civil War II, from reading issue #0, Comic Book Day Issue and #1 seems to be his shittiest work yet.
I honestly think Marvel as a whole needs fresh blood and a new direction; Bendis' style doesn't cut it anymore.