Watching Norm of the North right now.
This movie's really not that bad
>This movie's really not that bad
>really not that bad
>not that bad
How does /co/ feel about the new Samurai Jack?
An angry Juggernaut comes running at Steven universe with his bubble shield activated. WHAT HAPPENS.
If Steven is bubbled, Juggs launches that fucker into the stratosphere.
If Steven has the Rose Shield out, Juggs is diverted but doesn't stop. The unmovable stays unmovable, the unstoppable stays unstoppable.
>After the war, Krabs stayed secluded in a deep depression that seemed endless.
Explain to me the appeal of this series beyond just having cute girls and cool weapons.
So Marvel doesn't have only the worst writters of Big 2, but the worst art too?
I've been thinking.
would you be interested in a series, trilogy or so, of modern Roger rabbit films that play him off almost as Disney's Dr. Who? In that each one, he's ageless and has a new human companion. So that you get a weird sort of out-of-sync quality to him.
Have a prequel set during the end of the rubberhose/silent film era with a Felix the cat knock off as the villain.
Have one set during the sixties where Roger feels threatened by the changing role of toons in society and the rise of stiff TV animation, with a Josie and the Pussycats...
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I need some recommendations, /co/. Stories about superheroes that stay optimistic even as their world around them is falling apart or get back up after failing?
A girl I knew committed suicide and I didn't save her. I was her only chance and I failed.
Valve put out a short Dota 2 comic about Tresden, The Legion Commander today.
>it's a "main character gets beat half to death" episode
You'll have to be more specific. Most EEnE episodes ended that way.
>that episode of Teen Titans where Slade beat the shit out of Robin. Robin almost falls of a building only to be saved by Slade simply so Slade could wail on him some more
Remember when Megatron was a giant floating head?
Why is this not as fondly remembered as other shows from the same time?
I didn't know any other kids who watched it at the time, either. I loved it, honestly.
That's because it didn't really need to be told, even though it was fun to watch. Teen Titans did the same thing where they showed the origin of how the team met in the final season.
What costume for you made the best transition from comic to screen so far?
For me it's Ant-Man. No it's not 1:1 an Ant-Man costume from the comics, but it does a really good job of actually looking like a functional piece of tech while still being recognizably Ant-Man.
as far as 1:1 translations go, this has to be it for me.
It was too good for this world.
ITT: Characters who you want to see happy.
Just once, just one last time.
they're happy as long as they have each other, they never really snap at each other for one failing, they still love one another
i feel like trying to take over the kingdom is more like a couples hobby for them rather than something they really want