>CW has Arrow,Flash,iZombie, Legends of Tommorow,Supergirl AND Archie:Riverdale now , all run by thr same folks
>The rest of their line up is tokushit like Supernatural, Vampire Diaries,The Originals, and The 100. And weird comedies like Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex Girlfriend.
What in the fuck happpend? How did one network get so based?
They stopped catering to teenage girls and started catering to the sci-fi crowd and teenage audiences in general.
Basically, rather than a little dash of everything, they embraced being a genre network.
Is there a mega HD rip of Seasons 2 and 3
Anyone else really lookinng forward to rebirth?
What'll be on your pull list /co/?
>black Wally West
into the shitter with you
Mah nigga right here got taste.
I don't really know how I feel about a Thunderbolts movie though. I'm afraid it would be twisted into a Suicide Squad knockoff, even though the T-Bolts are quite different from them despite the similar premise of supervillain teams.
Also, it's become slightly cliche to say, but there's no way they'd get Karla right.
In all fairness, it's not like most comic writers since Nicieza left have gotten Karla right, either (or Zemo, for that matter).
Starting with the fact that they don't write her as intelligent and clever as she should be.
I was promised Doctor Fate, dammit!
So guys, is everyone happy with the artist? How would you feel if Chris Burns and Dennis Culver are indeed the writers?
Do you want the other brothers of the SupeBats families to show up?
I really like Jimenez's art so I'm happy with him on pencils. I'm not familiar with those two writers so I can't comment but they'd probably be better than Lobdell or Jurgens
>Do you want the other brothers of the SupeBats families to show up?
I happy with his work too, but I wish there was a way to contact him like with other artists, you know for commissions and stuff.
Yeah, I heard one of them did Disney Duck comics, and Culver did a She Hulk/ X-23 team up issue.
>tfw hand-drawn animation is dead
Was Avengers Disassembled really the start of modern Marvel? 616 at least
Can we reminisce about the old Simpsons? No judgement to those who may be able to laugh once or twice at a new episode, I just want to talk about old Simpsons.
Look at this guy. Homer's secretary, for his new position which he got thanks to a hair-grow product. What kind of genius came up with this guy? This is completely original, he fits a stereotype but in such a way that makes him extremely bizarre. I see a vague resemblance of the old Simpsons in newer episodes, but exaggerated and completely unrecognizable.
What about The Simpsons that was better in...
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Oh fuck this character reminds me of Brannigan.
He's in Episode 2 of Season 2. Fuck, he even gets himself fired and claims that HE was the one who used the company's insurance to buy the hair care product. Then whips up a check and writes $1000 to cover the cost.
Why I'm focused on this guy is because this is a character that is so completely out of the ordinary yet fits so seemingly well. The Simpsons had a lot of fun moments in the early seasons. This episode was a charming one.
“I want you to say to yourself 'I deserve this, I love it, I am Nature's greatest miracle!”
Today is Friday 13th and Jason is coming to kill you. Which /co/ hero you call to save you?
Getting an obvious answer out of the way.
Should have listened to you guys sooner, everything about this movie is awesome.
Tell me more about hiden gems of animation, /co/
What. It was one of the most heavily marketed animated films of all time.
Which do you prefer- Marvel's sliding timescale and retcons, or DC's Crises and Reboots?
Sliding Timescale is dumb, the universe is well and truly broken in about ~10 years if even that.
Actual plot (e.g MCU, Small comics universes)>real time (e.g original FF run)>Reboots>>>>>>Sliding Timescale
/co/, what if Bruce Wayne was a Mega City One citizen who becomes a judge after the murder of his parents?
Why doesn't Bryan Singer just direct "The Flash"? Seems like the best most well-received aspects of his latest "X-Men" movies are the speedster and the speedster-related things.
Plus he can do serious but still generally entertaining superhero movies, unlike Snyder.
The reason everyone likes the Quicksilver bit is that they specifically put in a lot of effort into that one scene, to make him as broken as can be against a bunch of useless goons, just so they could upstage Disney.
They succeeded but then everyone started asking the question "why doesn't he just solve every problem like that?" Just because he did that one scene well doesn't mean he can direct an entire flash movie well.