>pic related is the teaser image for the Nova relaunch
P-P-P-POWER OF THE NOVA CORPS!
Sam and Rich team up please. Sams on that one cover where he's crying and Rich's helmet is floating behind him must be leading to Sam trying to save Rich somehow.
Rich gets to come back
Sam isn't aloe no more
Sam gets a father figure
Rich gets to be a mentor
And no, Richonlyfags, Sam is going still going to be a Nova as well because Champions
I just watched this and wanted to see what you guys think.
Largely the same movie as the theatrical cut, but the additional material really smooths out the production overall and provides additional content that could in some cases be inferred and in other cases changes scenes significantly. I really liked the UE, best capeshit of the year for me where I had the theatrical behind Civil War and Deadpool.
Hey kid! I see you there with that "gotta catch 'em all" look in your eyes! I had that look once too, ya know. When I was a youngster like you, there were one hundred fifty one pocket monsters. We could carry that burden. Just like life, they added more and more to weigh down our tiny, weak shoulders. We didn't have no fire monkeys. We just had fire lizards, and god dangit, that made sense to us.
Okay, we need to make a decision here. Between Spider-Gwen and Gwenpool, which is the cuter one?
which is the best gwen among all the Gwens?
>inb4 Gwenpool isn't Stacy
she belongs to the family
Is anyone else kind of tired of recent Disney movies having a surprise twist villain? Wreck-It Ralph, Frozen, Big Hero 6, and Zootopia all had them. It's getting a little tiresome because now people are just going to start expecting every movie they do to have a surprise villain and the supposed villain we see being a fake-out.
I guess it's because they want to prove a point that sometimes the person you least expect would be a bad person. However, it will reach a point where the audience would be like "He/She is too nice. They must be the real villain!"
The alternative would be making someone so evil that people have no choice but to guess that they are the villain (and they'd be right). What we need are more complex Disney villains.
I still can't get over the fabric textures in this movie.
Expecting Disney to make complex villains is a losing battle, they had too many decades of hero vs the literal personification of evil.
Post shitty webcomics. Intentionally or not.
Don't know why the names and web address are blanked out
So what's going to happen to Shiro? Is he going to die like the original series? Turn heel when the Galrans get control of him? Be crippled so someone else has to take over? Voluntarily stand down as leader when he realizes he's not fit for it anymore, and trade lions with one of the pilots?
And if he does die will it be in the middle of the show or toward the end? Killed by the bad guys, a teammate, or a sacrifice?
Anyway, might as well post all the Voltron comic previews together. Comes out the 13th so only a few days away.
Gumball is lucky.
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I stopped paying attention after Halo 3. Did I miss anything significant? The only parts of Halo 3 I remember are something about bombing Africa to stop the flood and nerfed SCARB fights.
Imminent tickle-torture foreplayedition
So... Is it really, truly over?
I been dying to show this to /co/ and now that I find it translated I have to post it.
Its a cute-funny comic about a single dad
why is Many Billy's friend when she thinks he is annotingly dumb and they seem to share no common interests?
they're left together on the same house and are together all the time
Alright gentlemen: how do we kill Spiderman?
Find or create a theoretical spider-woman to mate with after which spider-logic dictates the larger more physically capable female devours their partner as sustenance to bear their many young.
What went wrong?
Still one of my absolute favorite character designs ever.