Why was she such a different character in the movie to the to show?
She goes from being sort of sarcastic but generally nice to being a complete cunt.
Because writers don't have time to care about the characters during the first season
Remember, the TV show was just another in a long line of movie to TV spinoffs
It lasted as long as it did because the concept was, while not original, fun
Was the JLA/Avengers crossover any good?
are you ready for the highest grossing animated movie of 2016!
it has everything it needs to become one:
story, humour, visuals, marketing!
What are this shows biggest flaws? Like I hear people say that it got bad at one point? What do you think was bad about it exactly and what weent wrong? Do you think the finale was satisfying?
promised/hinted at change in the status quo and characters evolving
Every character besides Dipper and Stan have one dimensional personalities with little to no lasting motivations
Also super rushed after ford is introduced
If you just want an episodic show its fine, but we wanted more
tl;dr: Disney wanted a show for kids, but manchildren watched it
Why was he more threatening than Ultron?
It's basically a meme at this point. I've never seen a cogent argument that Ultron is non-threatening that doesn't apply to most cape villains out there (who coincidentally don't get the "he's not threatening" argument thrown at them).
I'm pretty sure this originated on /tv/ too, and look how they're shit-talking CW right now.
>just trying to do his job
>gets labeled as the bad guy
Is there anyone else who was just trying to do an honest day work and be called the bad guy?
So what's the canonical explanation for Peter Parkers parents being out of the picture? Who were they?
Scratch that, they're spies who have a daughter that they hid from the world.
What's the best or yout favorite Spider-suit and why?
Who do you think suffers more Spiderman or Batman?
Your childhood crush
Why are the turtles obsessed with pizza? Pizza isn't even fucking good. They coulda thought of something worthwhile.
When did you realize the Marvel Cinematic Universe was complete bullshit?
Movie aside for a moment, how do you feel about the Civil War arc in the comics? I read it during high school and was impressed at the time, but re-reading it, I'm left with mixed feelings
I bought a hardcover edition of it during Free Comic Book Day since the movie was coming out and I wanted to spend some money at the store.
Re-read it that same day.
It's a terrible story. It really is. I remember being on Scans Daily when it first started
shut up, like 80 percent of /co/ used to post thereand the popular consensus we had at the time was that it was a out of character mess.
And it is. Big time. Iron Man, Richards, and Pym just come off as straight up evil.
There's a scene where Punisher guns down two villains in...
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From the few Marvel comics i read, Reed comes off as a workaholic and a dick who neglects his wife. In the Illuminati roundtable he pretty much agrees with Stark straightaway saying it's the most logical choice to support the new policy.
In Marvel Zombies, he intentionally infects his wife and friends because he believes it's the next step in human evolution, soon getting mauled to death by them, so he can feel it first hand.
Is the 2008 Hulk movie MCU Canon?
Is it any good? I've never seen it.
Is Hulk even any good as a main character regardless of medium, or is he only decent when used as a supporting character? Referring to him on Earth by the way, Planet Hulk was decent but basically was tailor made for Hulk to work as a character, though there's nothing wrong with that I guess.
The Hulk is ACTUALLY the main character in a lot of Hulk stories. That title goes to Bruce Banner.
In a sense the Hulk is a supporting character in his own comic, a separate character and personality that inhabits the same body that Banner does.
ITT: shows that would be better off without the MC