Could we have some amazing 3D animation videos?
>Marvel Pushing Thunderbolts hard
>Best Thunderbolt member never shown/mentioned/ or hinted at
/a/ here, anime is shit now. What western animation is good for beginners?
This is bullshit
How does the CW expect us to relate to Barry when he was 3 dads?
Most people only have one and some don't have any
>You will never have a cop dad, a science dad and a doctor dad
How in the world did this masterpiece of animation get to be as tarnished as it is now?
How long will it take for this poor retarded puppy of a """"""franchise"""""" to finally rest in peace?
'Tarnished'? Why, did something happen to the original film? Or are you bitching about all the sequels that are more fit for their medium of straight to DVD than forced dark depressing shit just for the sake of satisfying those five people who saw the original and ravenously waited 20 years for it to get dark again?
You know what needs to die? Godzilla. Clearly the original is the best of all and all the derivatives are kiddy garbage, right? Because that what matters: 'art' over entertainment, right?
> I'm sorry about your father. He seemed like a good man, with a beautiful son
What did he mean by this?
So, I know that this might sound like a joke question, but I'm seriously curious as to what everyone thinks Martha means in Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader.
I've always read that as, being Batman is its own reward. That his life will be short, difficult and full of danger, but that it's worthwhile, because he has a privilege that very few get: being Batman.
They did pretty well with Martha and Selina.
When do you think this ionic powerhouse will show up in the MCU & return in the books?
He's a flying brick like Captain Marvel, no legacy of great comic runs, and the whole evil brother thing is being done by Thor and Loki, so don't expect to see him anytime soon...unless Marvel replaces him with a trans east indian who listens to The Grateful Dead 'ironically'.
>tfw you realise every Captain America movie had a sad ending
Being MCU Cap is suffering
Except for Civil War.
Steve and Tony became totes best friends again despite trying to kill each not too long ago. And Tony has apparently completely forgiven him.
What a Civil War that was. Very dark and realistic.
Reminder that Sokka had sex in "The Southern Raiders".
Yeah no shit. The set up was perfect for losing your virginity.
>literally at war
>could die anyday
>you are 15
>qt warrior chick is into you
If I were sokka I'd fuck her like an African war drum.
Memes aside, where did it go wrong?
Memes aside, it was pretty clear that Nolan was tired, and Goyer's script was really weak, especially since it just repeats the same basic plot twice in one movie.
That whole "Bruce went into hiding for eight years" was a completely unnecessary wrinkle that damaged the plot.
Somewhere between the writer's not understanding how the stock market works, and the hero fake-sacrificing his life just so he can retire to another country and abandon his city and morals to whatever villains were to come next.
Will there ever be a better superhero show than Batman the Animated Series?
there was, it was called Justice League seasons 1-2
(the DCAU was essentially the last really good set of animated superhero shows, and was also better than everything that came before)
point one thing they did wrong
"I want it to look GOOD AND SCARY!"
What did he mean by this?
>We toyed with the idea of giving [Zemo] his mask and sword in the final act of the movie, but we quickly realized that it would have made no sense within the context of the story structure. Those items have great importance to this character. They aren't just a costume and a weapon, they are his heritage, legacy. Had we made him suit up in the movie yes, fans would have understood what was happening but casual audiences would have been lost because we didn't explore [Zemo's] royal descendance .
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>We didn't think a Zemo toy should compete with a Spiderman one, so we're saving him for another tie in.