Norton!Hulk or Ruffalo!Hulk
also if they ever make a 2nd (or 3rd) Hulk movie would that qt brazilian be She-hulk?
Honestly I think Ruffalo totally killed it in the Avengers, and I was skeptical of him before that. I totally fell in love with him though by the end of the movie.
That being said.. I sometimes imagine Ed Norton delivering the "I'm always angry" line and I get chills.
Post your favorite comic book character.
How do we go from this...
Fire and brimstone coming down from the skies! Rivers and seas boiling!
Forty years of darkness! Earthquakes, volcanoes...
The dead rising from the grave!
Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together... mass hysteria!
the only thought i had when i realized i agreed with the super Nazi
In the Watchmen Storytime yesterday, it seemed like a lot of people haven't read Before Watchmen. Thank God, honestly, because it's terrible. I figured I'd Storytime the first issue of the Minutemen series and see how things go from there.
You didn't file your paperwork last night, /co/.
So, I've been reading Morrison's run on JLA and I'm kind of digging Kyle Rayner as a character. Normally I find the whole Green Lantern shit incredibly dull, but I'm like Kyle as a character.
Can anyone recommend me a good Kyle Rayner story? Something which if after I finish reading it I'll be sold on him as well as learn more about him as a character rather than just the characterization of him which I'm getting from Morrison's JLA.
Let's get this started
Why is Red Skull speaking reason?
Why are they turning him into an antihero?
What the fuck are you doing Marvel?
I'm pretty sure you know why and I wouldn't be surprised if the people/person reposting this thread over and over in different forms wasn't also the same tumblrite asshat who then comes in and says things like "wow you said faggot how homophobic".
Can someone explain why baiting is "fun"? Because I don't get the joke and after a while of repeated material it becomes extremely obvious when someone is trying to bait.
>T H I S
>Black Lantern Flash
How can a writer be this uneven? The Rebirth one-shot was fucking fantastic, an emotional rollercoaster that seeks to return its heart to the DC Universe while delivering a poignant piece of metacommentary, while the finale of Darkseid War was nothing but a meandering mess with shit dialogue, shock deaths and utterly baffling developments.
If you had told me these two were written by different people I would totally believed you, that's how different they are in terms of quality.
Marvel thinks theyz sneaky gits.
I don't think they think they are.
Making their Nazi villains sound like Trump/describing them like Trump is pretty typical.
I mean hell it's been Spencer almost each time it happens.
Politics in comic books? Fine. Let's at least do this right.
I'm trying to remember a panel.
Peter jumping out of MJ apartment, he acts like nothing happened, says bye and leaves.
He's jumps and puts his mask on meanwhile.
He's thinking to himself.
"I remember it... i remember it all" or something along these lines.
He was in a reality with Gwen Stacy.
I don't remember where is this from.
I checked House of M and Spiderverse, but no luck there.
I really can't think of any other comic where this could have happen.
Any help /co/?
Also, Spiderman's best girl general.
Who would win /co?
I don't think they're ultimately capable of hurting each other when both are on their game. If we consider ambush scenarios then I guess Spider-Man is the one who can't be caught off-guard while the reverse isn't true.
Whelp, it's the final issue and all.
He could be the Marvel equivalent of Frank from "House of Cards", feigning goodness but carrying out evil with frightening competence.
Always staying in the shadows, the perfect spymaster.
I even know how to introduce him.
He's the "noble man" who spends forever trying to prove Captain America is innocent. He gets promoted to where he can do the most damage when he succeeds.
Unlike his movie counterpart, his goal is to subtly rebuild HYDRA in a modern image.
He's even willing to fight the older factions of HYDRA to do it, as he sees them as obsolete in his new order.
Thus he is ironically both friend and foe to Captain America, depending on the situation.