I'm kind of a rookie at comics and just finished reading this, it was fun to read but I wasn't crazy about it, a few of the attempts at being shocking felt forced.
I really love cosmic horror though, would you guys be willing to recommend me some more cosmic horror themed stories?
They can be long running series or one off comics, I don't really care, I just want to explode due to revelation about the cosmos.
I've already read plenty of hellboy.
Starting with some brand new OC.
is batman the brave and the bold worth watching?
No it's random tier humor. Pretty much every episode is "aren't old comics quirky?"
Might me fun for a 6 or 7 year old that likes silly colors and over reacting people but if you want that you're better off with Spongebob which does kid humor better.
Remember when we thought that Disney would do this to Marvel?
New ep in 11 mins
Do your worse /co/
Does DC have a guy cameo like this in every movie?
If they don't, who should they get?
Patrick Leahy, U.S senator, Batman fan. He also wrote the prologue in one comicbook.
Assuming Frank Miller lives, they might as well shove him into every Batman movie from now on considering he's had the largest impact on the character since Bill Finger, for better or worse
>go to local con
>Jon Bernthal and Elden Henson both have booths
>Bernthal's line exceeds his designated space, so there has to be a line to get into the line
>Henson's booth is a ghost town
I felt like giving him a pity visit, but what could I even say? "I really like when you bitch to Matt about him being Daredevil."
But yeah, Bernthal is a cool guy.
Yeah, I guess he had his moments.
Too late now, anyway. Today was the con's last day.
Camp Wedonwantcha, do kids actually put stuff up their own butt as a joke?
Let's be honest.
All artist who draw children are wanna be diddlers.
Before you reply, if you were, think about every artist who draws children. Tell me they don't socialize them a little.
Is he coming back, /co/?
I defy you to tell me exactly what's wrong with this
What's the most useless mutant power to have?
That chameleon dude in the uncanny x-men (2013) who just naturally makes himself look like people he's talking to without getting any kind of powers or anything.
actually his power was very useful. he was basically appealing to everyone's inner narcissism. it was a cool concept until Bendis just made it so he was the perfect infiltrator including being a biological chaff grenade.
Babs, I need you to do something for me. Batman doesn't have the courage to actually deal with him.