It was a bunch of short stories about normal people with super powers. It always had like a star next to it or something or at least at the end of each story arch. It was semi-realism thrown into the mix. I think it came out when Heroes is out. It was very similar to that.
Fuck, I forgot the name. Do you remember?
Well they didn't wear capes. They were normal people with superpowers. That's the best thing I described it. They weren't heroes. And each person had their own story. It was so good. One of the few that seemed realistic to me.
Why do western cartoons look like garbage now compared to the 90s-00s?
You used to be able to make a profit based on just airing the show and selling toys. Now barely anyone watches TV through a provider and toys don't sell to kids. They can't afford well-animated shows safely, and they don't want to take risks considering that it's easier to play to rabid fanbases that love shows that cost $5 to animate because the studio uses a bootleg version of Flash off a Window Vista computer.
Heathcliff is hounded by Chihuahuas.
So what's the name of the Cap led Avengers and what's the name of the Tony led Avengers ?
What went so
please tell me this won't be shit
Alright, so I'm a bit late and I wanted to catch up on New 52 Supes. I've heard good things about him and I was planning on reading all of the stuff that featured him, but my problem is his apparent death in rebirth.
Now, I'm just wondering, would it just be a waste of time to look at any new 52 Supes books? I mean, I wanna look into the guy, but I feel like my investment into him won't mean much since he's getting replaced by the original pre-flashpoint Superman.
Hell, did anybody want this, specifically? It just feels weird, I think they...
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He'll be back sooner or later, but from what I've read there's hints he's never actually been the real Superman which is fucking shit.
Still you should at least try Superman Unchained and Morrison's Action Comics, they're both pretty solid stories.
Morrison's Action Comics
Pak/Kuder's Action Comics?
thats about it.
I like Gene Luen Yang, but reception to his run seems to have been lukewarm at best.
Geoff Johns did a short run on Superman that was okay. JRJr did the art.
Scott Snyder also did a mini, but no one seems to have built on it, so I guess it doesn't matter. It was decent.
i just started trying to catch up with DC in N52, do i just drop it and read whatever with Rebirth
I WILL FIND HIM!
There are no heroes left in man.
>comic forever on "Hiatus"
>that awful crossover before said "Hiatus"
>show's probably not going to be all that great
Why did this fail while films like Nut Job, Escape from Planet Earth, Open Season, Planet 51, and a shit ton of other sub-par animated films succeed?
This should have at LEAST made its money back. Even $30 - $40 mil would be enough. I can't recall any animated feature in the last decade that made only $10 mil. Even the PPG Movie and Happily N'Ever After made more.
Speaking as someone who never played the games, the movie felt like it wasn't meant for me. The world and characters felt like shallow placeholders I was supposed to already care about from the source material.
>Me: They should have kept the old SU animation. The characters deigns and art is lazy except for the backgrounds which are nice
>Idiots:But what about duh funny faces? The comedy would have not translated well through the pilot art style!!! You get use to it!!!!!!
It's nice to know that we sacrifice good art for funny faces
>Me: Saying something reasonable and polite
>People I disagree with: Lots of spelling errors and unnecessary exclamation points
Also this type of post belongs on Tumblr, where it's usually posted.
>Thanos will be defeated when it's revealed that Vision's consciousness has become the mind stone, Vision temporarily takes control of Thanos's Gauntlet from within allowing the Avengers enough time to defeat him
Here in Australia bogans often work shitty jobs and say it's their passion.
"I am passionate about childcare, baby sitting disabled people or hairdressing"
Despite it being a shitty job they love to say they have a passion for their work...
Hanks love of propane and his job as a crappy assistant manager seems to be a joke about this same attitude.
I don't think that Red necks and bogans are too unlike each other...
They aren't rednecks. They are just suburban texans doing suburban jobs.
Lucky, Luanne, and those guys that Khan hung out with when he dropped out of society, those were rednecks.
>I don't think that Red necks and bogans are too unlike each other...
however, hank hill's no redneck
>bogans often work shitty jobs and say it's their passion.
fair dinkum? rednecks don't. they barely work at all. remember the episodes with Lucky and those guys? What they turned Kahn into? Those are rednecks.
>people with passion for their shitty jobs like childcare, eldercare, or cosmetics
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hey /co/, I have a honest question, Without included anime and co-creators/writers...
Is there ANY women that made a animated adult cartoon?
Rebecca Sucrose made a show that should be rated TV-MA for being so gay, but thanks to degeneracy it's acceptable as a kids show in 2000+16