What emotion does his expression convey?
Is King of The Hill a good representation of modern day Texas, or is it outdated?
I live in the deep south, Alabama to be more specific, and King Of The Hill is still a bafflingly accurate portrayal of southern ignorance and culture that permeates down here.
I find Squidbillies funnier though
Whenever I look back on Gravity Falls, it always surprises how disturbing it would get at times (for a Disney show at least), especially in s2. It's pretty fucked up.
>it always surprises how disturbing it would get at times
It's not disturbing. You're just coddled and given to extreme over-analysis while also having the narcissism to think that you see what others don't.
even shemales cuck
Is this going to turn into a cuckold arc? His mother IS a dom and his father turned out to be gay. Considering all the other characters I think this is a very strong possibility. I for one welcome it.
anything meant to be monstrous, that succeeds on every level
>anything meant to be monstrous, that succeeds on every level
I've been watching this cartoon recently. It's not as bad as most people make it out to be, even if it is arguably disrespectful to the source material. Still, Cadpig was a damn fun character. I liked what they did with her.
pretty good show. it actually used some names from the book. and the things it changed, it lampshaded
>not as bad as people make it out to be
WHAT people? i'll fight them. i thought /co/ liked this
... dont remember it being that.. cartoony..
WAS IT SO FUCKING HARD TO HAVE HER SHOOTING AT LEAST ONE FIREWORK FROM HER HANDS SINGER YOU FAGGOT
I love how you idiots keep thinking that Singer is going to give more than 30 second screen time to any character that isnt named Xavier Magneto or Wolverine, or comes from Game of HOLD THE DOOR!
Ok you bunch of mysognists. What are some good comics with WOMEN as main characters?
Dan Slott's entire run of She-Hulk. Which is funny to say given how atrocious his Spider-Man is, but I guess even a shit writer can have ONE good comic book under his belt.
John Byrne's She-Hulk is pretty funny too actually.
The Amazing Spider-Girl is one of the most highly acclaimed books Marvel ever did and the seed for the entire MCU setting.
Amathyst: Princess of Gemworld is surprisingly good considering it's basically American Sailor Moon at first.
Manhunter with Kate Spencer as the...
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>tfw you wanna talk about comics but you also don't wanna feed a troll
Love and Rockets
Current Ms Marvel
90% of Greg Rucka's work
Amethyst Princess of Gemworld
Wagner's Madame Xanadu
Robinson's Scarlet Witch
Byrne and Slott She-Hulk
Shows with good messages
DC Rebirth Speculation discussion thread
Spoilers are a social construct
They'll reboot as an excuse to create more gender-sensitive non-white characters, and wonder why nobody's buying their titles. Then they'll pretend it was just a grand storyline arc a few weeks from now and go back to normal.
i love this kids so much
One of the creepiest thing to happen between Super hero and Super villain.
It gives me nightmares knowing that a villain do all this for some desperate attention.
Considering the number of stalkers that are out there and how many people have conspired to kill or have actually managed to kill celebrities based on their sick obsessions, this would be the #1 cause of supervillainy if superheroes were real. It wouldn't even come close to anything else.
was the background drawn by the guy from DIE Antwoord?
So Harley and the Joker are over for "good" and she is now with Poison Ivy. Which comic book or characters will be next to have their stories written over with the pen of progressiveness? I really liked Harley and Joker together I felt it complimented his twistedness well and made up for how tiresome he can be as a lone character, now he is just going to be a lone villain who won't be able to feature since he will have no one to talk to. Sooner this story ends the better.
>written over with the pen of progressiveness?
That status quo changed the only way it can; a character got popular.