ITT: We post recent titles we think are god-tier than bash down each other and argue
Old Man Logan is hands down better than the Battleworld Tie In we got, kind of a low bar though considering Bendis, and I like how OML keeps coming back to what is supposed to be his past. It's a surprisingly good title.
Now, my pick, Carnage, I mean, if you told me two years ago that we'd be seeing Carnage slowly turn himself into a Chuthlu styled monster and get involved with lore from the Darkhold series, i would have said you're crazy and we should fund this.
Omega Men was a great ride from the start to the end
Why don't you rate these Jokers, /co/?
>The Joker, Agent of Chaos
>Heat Legend is quoted twice
>No dialogue from any other version is included
Would you watch it, /co/?
So, I really enjoy the art of Tradd Moore. But Sadly until now he only worked on Luther Strode and Ghost Rider.
So i come here to ask, are there any other artists with a similar art style? Especially in the way they illustrate motion and force. Any art where you can not only see, but also FEEL whats going on.
I am just a sucker for those extremely overexaggerated motions and proportions.
try Ryan Ottley's stuff if you're looking for a more traditional take on the overexaggerated action stuff.
Tradd Moore's particular brand of heavily stylized motion linework is pretty uncommon. To my knowledge he's the only one that does what he does (while having it still look good.)
Current show qualities aside, I wish we could've gotten some kind of full DC television universe with the Justice League.
A Superman show on CBS instead of Supergirl.
A full on Batman show instead of Gotham.
Flash and Arrow still on CW, with Constantine having his own show
Wonder Woman on NBC
TNT making that Titans show they wanted
And maybe Green Lantern on HBO
They could've made Justice League a crossover miniseries, or just made it a feature length theatrical movie set in the same universe.
>Superman Wonderman and Batman shows
Terrible idea. So much could go wrong with that.
Flash is getting better, Arrow is getting worse, Constantine was good, too bad they cancelled it
Green Lantern and Titans could be alright since they are less well-known
>Season 1 of Superman is a loose adaptation of Secret Origin and Morrison's Action Comics
>ends with him getting his proper suit in the final episode
>Season 2 makes Supergirl a reoccurring character
>Batman Season 1 isn't exactly Year One, starts out with him already having a suit and Batmobile
>near the end of the season, he accidentally knocks...
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Superman just has to be a family show, it can be either okay or great.
Batman is fine as long as it avoids becoming CSI or Law and Order. Arrow Season 1 and 2 and Daredevil are proof that it can be done.
Wonder Woman, now that's difficult. She really needs the near Game of Thrones budget. I'd place her on HBO. Make Lantern a miniseries because of budget.
>When Rorschach died he had the same overcoat
that he was wearing when he set that guys house on fire
Let's have a topic where we post panels/pages taken from comics that would not offend /co/ 5 years ago but heavily trigger /co/ today.
Panels and Pages are preferably taken from actual books made by one of the major publishers
>yfw rachel and miles get offended by kitty using the nigger word
This is an Opal.
and this is a psychotic bitch.
As you can see, there is no difference.
>Watchmen is too cynical, it made superheroes grim and gritty!!
I GOT WORMS
Yes. I stumbled upon it yesterday while browsing through random youtube stuff.
Lanfeust was dead after Lanfeust of the stars, they produced a lot of shit like the manga and the cartoon and you should be ashamed for liking it.
Which one gives the best
Clark's hugs are best because they are all-encompassing; you feel protected.
Diana's hugs are best because they are warm and heartfelt, like a mother's.
Bruce's hugs are the best because he rarely opens up, so they feel like they will never end.
Why are there so few main girl characters who are the star (no pun) of their own show? With shit like Frozen and MLP taking off like candy, I would think more networks would invest in girl shows.
Because every time the MC is female, somebody somewhere at some point gets Offended over something.
What is it about Daredevil that causes comics writers and artists to bring their A-Game? Almost all of the Daredevil books have been of a very high quality, even Mark Wade's run, which I'm not particularly fond of is well regarded.
He's a grounded character that has a strong supporting cast and generally a lot to work with. Dad problems, religious problems, crimefighting problems, lawyer problems.
His powers allow you to be relatively creative too.
basically its because miller did such a good run that it inspired the next few writers, at this point the title has a strong reputation of quality so they just don't give him to the shitty hacks
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