Describe why you love comics and cartoons.
Try saying something that isn't "escapism"
Extrapolate that to fiction, and realize how limited you are.
Moving on, I was raised watching B:TAS and got to see the second Burton film in theaters as a kid. I was a batfag from a young age, and liked the detective part of his character even though it's often the least shown in more popular media. I also read a lot of Spider Man as a kid, but got turned off during the Clone saga. So these days it's sort of like catching up with old friends and seeing...
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Because I do. I don't need to rationalize it.
What was the point of this? It was all pretty good except for this piece of shit.
/co/ when you close the fridge door does the little light stay on?
don't listen to these fucking idiots, they're lying to you. the light does stay on when you close the fridge door because jews need a way to cash in on those electricity bills.
Why do so many comics and cartoons eventually split into a multi-verse? It seems so fucking convoluted 90% of the time and plots end up becoming too fucking stupid to comprehend / drag the quality of a story down massively? Why does it happen /co/?
On your feet soldier, we're not done yet.
Is he strong?
...So, the one girl with the least amount of charisma or personality in the entire MCU won.
WHO CAN WE BLAME FOR THIS SHIT /CO/?
ITT: only movies that scarred you as a child
>The puppeteer locking him in a cage and threatening to chop him into firewood
>Pleasure Island, and the children screaming for their mothers as they slowly transform into donkeys
>Monstro, the giant whale with piercing red eyes that erupts from the stormy sea to eat them
That movie was MESSED UP to watch as a child.
how could this turn out so right?
Finn grew up. Phoebe accepted his apology quickly because she already had that level of maturity 2 seasons ago. It just took Finn that long to catch up. I'm glad he's not such an idiot anymore, it's great to have a more competent Finn again.
What went wrong?
What is /co/'s opinion on the whole pregnancy plot?
Why did they do this?
this episode was shit
Nonono, this episode right here was shit
What makes a character cool /co/?
Im coming to a point in my life where I don't even know anymore
Self-confidence and earnestness are the two big factors.
A good character design, badass one-liners, and not being a Jobber.
Few characters qualify.
>the Templar will never consort with beasts
I'm starting to like these guys
Was that templar guy from before in on the templar's plan to kill all tigers and keidran sympathizers or was he just a patsy?