I thought it was cool. I have no idea why the Comedians badge was embedded in the walls of the Batcave though...that had me scratching my head. But the reveal of Manhattan was amazing.
Give a well known Marvel superhero and give them a new power. If Superman can get shit, so can Spiderman.
Do you agree with (justified) murder?
>Before DC Universe Rebirth, The concept of many jokers has been discussed, and largely a popular fan theory on /co/
>After DC Universe Rebirth, The Multiple Jokers are widely panned for "being retarded" on /co/
I don't get it
>a small amount of retards discuss retarded things
>one of those retarded things becomes canon
>retarded thing gets called out for being retarded
>because it is retarded
>retards act surprised when they get call out for being retarded and discussing retarded things
Where did you get lost?
Let's play, /co/.
Don't worry mods. There was a Jamanji cartoon.
Remember the episode when they kept going back in time because Alan always died in different ways? I think in the beginning he gets zapped by lightning and only his beard is left. I should've thought it was funny, but I didn't.
This was pretty neat until they entered the alien structure and the drawing couldn't keep up with flimsy writing. Anyone who has read Nihei will feel extra disgust at how poorly drawn that megastructure is.
Anyway, how did Grant Morrison manage to stay forever in the angsty teen occult phase and then try to cram it into every single work of his?
Let's get down to business!
So is Dr Manhattan responsible for the Nu52?
or was that the "Empty Hand"?
or is Dr Manhattan the Empty Hand?
Empty Hand is the reader. Manhattan can sort of be seen as a reader in a way but I think Rebirth is more directly using him as a self insert for modern creators and the message they took from Watchmen.
MCU Ranking Thread!
Post yours, defend it against others critiques, mock theirs, spend hours in seething comment trains that will eventually be lost into the void of meaningless in which all we do is someday subsumed!
Iron Man > Guardians of the Galaxy > Age of Ultron > Winter Soldier > Avengers > Civil War > Iron Man 3 > Thor > Captain America > Ant-Man > Thor 2 > Incredible Hulk > Iron Man 2
I know I'm the minority with Ultron but honestly I left that movie feeling like it was everything I never thought a comic book movie would dare to be. When that city started flying I was just thinking 'holy fuck this really is a super hero comic come to life'
Right from the beginning with the Avengers tearing through Hydra mooks it established that tone too, it's weird to me that so few people were able to get on its wavelength.
Was it a bit of a mess at parts? Absolutely, but so is every...
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What the fuck is his plan?
Why is marvel so much more into guns when marvel is generally considered the more liberal of the big 2?
How would you feel if it was revealed that he was responsible for the DCEU?
Preview for the next Captain America issue
But we already saw Cap destroy democracy in Civil War. Also, learn how to spell fascism.
New episode of Clarence tonight at 5:30
>Burned out after so many adventures Clarence struggles to sit around and do nothing.
>The end of an episode that never happened
Always tickles me.