Comic versions, not the weaker characters from the MCU
I'm still waiting.
Tony was right in movie Civil War.
You need to be able to be able to hold Superpowered people responsible for there actions.
Just because you have powers does not mean you are above the Law.
Winter solider should have faced a Jury for his deeds, maybe the would have judged him guilty maybe not but he should have faced them.
>implying the winter soldier would have ever seen the light of day again, let alone a jury
Try a brief stay at a government black site before winding up in some unmarked hole in the ground.
The United States would never cede control of superheroes in the manner depicted in the film. The United Nations is completely inept and they veto everything the United Stats wants. Why would they just hand over superheroes?
Should they have gotten married?
>We have big plans for him
What did they mean by this?
Since nobody really cares about this shitty show, I should be fine revealing that it's
Leo Fitzwho dies.
Is Gwenpool the worst new character from the big two?
I can't think of any other character having such a lazy concept and execution.
I was thinking about choosing Joker's Daughter for the stupid name and the oooooh so edgy design, but at least they took more risks with her character instead of playing it the safest and most generic way possible like Gwenpool.
What do you think /co/?
Inbefore cute posters white knighting a drawing.
I think Gwenpool's book is immensely entertaining, and I like that the book doesn't shy away from the fact that Gwen kind of is a huge hypocrite who doesn't take other people's lives seriously because she doesn't think the Marvel universe is real.
She's a fun character, but she's not exactly a perfect role model.
Explain me one thing /co/.
How does Superman fly?
With the power of his hatred of injustice
It's time for the first ever DC Death Match!
Using the Mutants and masterminds system and the Character sheets from DC adventures I'll be pitting two titants against one another to the death!
TODAY WE HAVE!
Superman the Last son of a dead world Vs! the atomic man Firestorm!
superman [url=http://roll.coyotecode.net/lookup.php?rollid=127471]_: 1D20+2 = +2 = 18
firestorm [url=http://roll.coyotecode.net/lookup.php?rollid=127472]_: 1D20+8 = +8 = 26
firestorm goes first!
Free action: quick change into heroic mode
Move action: Flies 30feet into the air
Standard action: takes defend action
move action: skip
standard action: heat vision 1D20+10 = +10 = 30
firestorm defense check 1D20+12 = +12 = 18
loses and is hit.
firestorm toughness save DC25 1D20+10 = +10 = 24
firestorm loses by one degree and takes a bruise.
I really don't want to believe that Bojack was actually gonna take advantage of Penny but then again you look at what happened prior in the episode like giving alcohol to minors to the point of alcohol poisoning then telling them to lie to the hospital and finally asking her mom to run away with him and leave behind her family
Would Bojack really cross the line of wanting to bang her daughter?
Did they fuck?
Can we talk about how shit marvel is now?
I think that they are willing to do about any book as long as they can sell.
I mean, pic related has to be the most obvious cashgrab that I have seen in recent years outside of Civil War 2.
Why is Marvel so focused on the tumblr demographic these days? They aren't even buying their shitty books!
6 seasons and a movie
Wait, is there a new film coming out?
It's shocking that this show stuck around this long.
>Superman loses his powers
>Superman can't control his powers
>Superman turns evil
>heat vision eyes to look scary/badass
I would rather read a hundred stories about Kryptonite than deal with any of this shit ever again.
Are you sure you wouldn't like yet another grim deconstruction of his archetype instead?
What if the author gave you a ten minute interview about how they find Superman boring and they want to breathe life into him by doing something new and refreshing, like turning him evil, because that's never been explored before?
Yeah that's what you want. We're going to give you that.
I remember when Ang Lee's Hulk would often come up in discussion of worst comic book superhero movies of all time.
Is it really that bad?
I think Ang Lee's Hulk is probably the best live-action adaptation we've gotten of the Hulk. I like how Hulk is portrayed as something legitimately frightening, instead of just big green guy who yells and punches bad guys.
I think its better than probably 70% of capeshit to be quite honest, my man.
You can feel that its stitched up of 20 different scripts, but its pretty good. I will never understand the bitching about the CGI. It looks great, especially for 13 years ago.