>28 years later
>still the best capecomic ever made to date
How's this possible?
Would you watch an animated Walking Dead series? Either based on the comic series or Clementine's story, you choose.
>Would you watch an animated Walking Dead series?
>Either based on the comic series
Why tho? We already have the TV show for that
>or Clementine's story
Pls no, I love Clem but she can't carry a story by herself.
I would rather have something like every episode we follow a different person/family/group, something like the 400 days dlc for the game that I would watch.
>>“Would it kill one of these movies to have a plot that pivots on a desire or emotion, rather than earnestly deployed pseudo-techno-jargon? Wouldn’t Captain America: Civil War be a more interesting movie if Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) fought over, say, the affections of Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), whose approval they are both clearly jockeying for anyway? “
>Wouldn’t Captain America: Civil War be a more interesting movie if Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) fought over, say, the affections of Black Widow
I'm not clicking that link, just tell me, is the author a woman?
Why don't they use him more often?
He was dead for about two decades, and is otherwise a feral animal that you can really only do so much with.
Last appearance was a cameo in Spider-Verse, confirming that he at least survived the firebombing at the end of Carnage USA (unless it was an AU Doppel).
Does anyone here who isn't a babyfur watch this?
i'll have to check it out later
No Archer thread?
Why do people like Darkseid?
I just don't see the appeal, yet it seems like people legitimately give a shit about this character, and get mad when you even slightly suggest he's not the bestest thing ever.
And no, "Morrison" and “DARKSEID IS" are not acceptable answers.
A calculating evil god that always manages to fuck up everyone, including Superman. And yes, he should lose to Antimonitor. And he fell down those stairs because he was losing his power and it was a Superman/Batman arc and those are always barely canon.
Ask a comic fan from the year 2034 anything.
Does Marvel ever get its shit together?
Do Peter and MJ get back together?
Does Felicia stop her quest for revenge?
Do Spidey and Captain Marvel ever hook up?
Does get out of her shitty relationship with Angel and get with best boy Cyclops?
Do Aquaman and Mera stay happy?
Is there a cure for autism?
I know this technically has nothing to do with /co/, but /tv/ refuses to discuss this, and /lit/ are a bunch of elitists.
Basically, A Series of Unfortunate Events is being adapted to a Netflix show, and I have nobody to be hyped with. Pic related is Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf.
Are you as pumped as I am?
It's 9:41 PM Eastern Standard Time
Have you had your dose of OUTRAGEOUS today, /co/?
"He's a phantom"
Which Louis is best Louis
>Well-liked by everyone in the industry
>has had multiple self-owned comics optioned, and 4 made into films so far
>could have continued to write for Marvel/DC but decided that creator-owned was the future (and was right)
>biggest/best artists all want to work with him, because Millar splits everything 50-50
>Stuck in the DC ghetto, can't work for Marvel because he burned...
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I don't get it
DC Rebirth Speculation
Holding the line at 2.99 edition
>posting early not to get hijacked
good on ya
Legends of Tomorrow is going to use the JSA next season. So, that'll be a nice springboard for their popularity when they finally get their book.