>>13369>ur doamine burned
<used by the "muh /v/" fag
You sure use that boogeyman a lot.
>>13366>implying /v/ even know who bendis is
Perfection, now he truly is born from the darkness like Bane.
This is the older and more active /leftyco/ thread and slightly better quality, can >>15233
have its contents posted here I wonder?
Also anyone like or make fan omnibuses?
I just found one on getcomics for the JMS run of Thor,
I also found one for Dan Slot run of She-Hulk and tbh, The fan-made one looked better
What's the effective result on a desktop? Can you send screenshots?
wht does effective result mean>>29192
holy fucking shit, how did ytou do that
it literally looks like the panel didn't exist
i am going to learn how to do content aware filter
and OMEGA thanks for those megas and links
it sounds based but if batman is arrested than sadly it's all going to come crumbling down
who is the clown cheka? is that the Joker's NKVD
Batman has only been a problem in this show lol. And Harley has decided to replace him
sort of. She actually helped Bruce overcome some of his trauma using her psychiatry skills
and wants to be more heroic now that she had a taste of helping someone.>who is the clown cheka? is that the Joker's NKVD
Yes, that's just what I called them because of alliteration. They only showed up for one scene so far, to arrest Bruce.
Glory to the new Socialist Prince of Gotham!
God help anyone who messes with the psychiatric queen
Yeah. He was also a bit of a Jesus figure (because American pop culture fucking always
falls into that trap, "Hijacked by Jesus" I think tvtropes calls it) and had a following of what you'd might call hippies. Then after a little bit of reluctance and blackmailing (on his
part, hilariously) he fell in with the Awongas and somehow got along just fine with industrialist narcissist weapon dealer Tony Stark.
Then they fought and Captain Not-France burned his hair off with a flamethrower. Then they were pals again.
Shit comic as I recall it, wouldn't recommend.
Holy shit this animation is bad
So, what was TDKR an allegory for>>29243
Ah I remember that Ultimate Cap now, I don't know how they made an already insufferable character even worse>>29250
I don't mind the animation as much as the voice acting,
Maybe it's because I know the actors, but I hear Alan Tudyuk, Diedrich Bader (ik he was the voice for Batman before this too), Lake Bell and the Girl from Big Bang Theory, sometimes it breaks my immersion
Oh and that soft sounding black comic who voices King Shark
It can be hit or miss but it's usually very good if there is enough background to sample from. Can't remember which version of photoshop brought it in but I have CC2019, iirc CS5 had it too.
Just magic wand the bubble or whatever you want to erase, expand the selection by a couple of pixels to include the edges. You can hit shift+f5 (at least with how my shortcuts are set up, that may not be default) to go to fill and select content aware in the contents dropdown and it'll do it automatically and do a decent job of it.
Or you can go edit->content-aware fill and there you will be able to define the sampling area, where it picks what to infill with, so for example in this you could define the sampling area to exclude all of iron man's armour because you don't want any of that ending up where the bubble was.
TDKR is just a boomer fantasy about still being a badass despite being old. It might actually be the prototype for all those shitty hollywood movies about old fuckers coming out of retirement to do action heroics again.>>29250
It's about average overall. They aren't going to waste a lot of budget on characters standing around talking.
he is going to make no excuses for the terror>>29262
i am surprised with all the other HBO Max cancellations this one didn't get the axe
what is this stuff, is it nft lite?
Scathing, but this has been for longhttps://www.theguardian.com/books/2022/sep/20/longest-single-volume-book-in-the-world-goes-on-sale-and-is-impossible-to-read
When do you think it happened
It predates the movies I feel, what was the first comic book gimmick? limited editions or variant covers
I think it was when those #1s started selling for a lot
I forgot Marx but a hobby product like this that serves no utilitarian purpose and is just entertainment is always a commodity?
>>29278>i am surprised with all the other HBO Max cancellations this one didn't get the axe
Harley Quinn? The character is extremely popular right now. To the point that when they rebooted Suicide Squad they kept Margot Robbie.>>29316>making a version of One Piece that is literally the whole manga in "one piece"
This is clearly some kind of modern art shitpost.
hey now they also kept rick flag, and ended up killing him, can't remember if boomerang died or lived
that was such a sad story for starro, i did love the thing with the rats in the end, it was beautiful and poignant sweet
It is literally art crap. It's 1,900 Euros and there are only 50 of them made, the 'artist' describes them as
>With a spine width of more than 80cm (31.5 inches), this sculptural object cannot be read or displayed in bookstores. ONEPIECE can only be contemplated as a materialisation of digital comics’ very own media-saturated digital ecosystem. ONEPIECE exists only as an object of pure speculation.
That and the fact that he doesn't seem to have actually done anything beyond think 'lol, wouldn't this be fun'. The binding is done by someone else, obviously the book is Oda's. But he's taken Oda's name off and put his own, it's the same sort of hack shit that Roy Lichtenstein did.>>29316
The first variant cover made to sell more shit (as opposed to just different covers to identify newsstand copies, different covers for regional pricing, different logos, etc.) was the 1986 Man of Steel mini.
There have been some truly ridiculous comic gimmicks out there.
- Marvel's KISS comic mixed the blood of the band members into their red ink
- Rub-off fake blood on bloodstrike
- All the metallic, holo-foil shit in the late 80s early 90s.
Before all those I think it would be crossovers to get you to buy extra titles that you wouldn't otherwise because your favourite character is in them. I think this first happened in 1940, in Pep Comics #4 The Shield (the first American-costume themed superhero, beating Captain America by months) bats up some crooks and they continue into Top Notch Comics #5 where the shield and the wizard meet.
Another gimmick which was big in British comics, but I'm not sure the same can be said of US comics, would be the free gift. New comics magazines for the first few issues would come with extra gifts to get you hooked, for example 2000AD Prog 1 came with a 'space spinner' like a shitty plastic frisbee, a few issues later you got 'biotronic stickers' that you put on your arms to look like a cyborg.
It's the truest homage to a book about pirates
> Marvel's KISS comic mixed the blood of the band members into their red ink
I remember this! They're doing this now again in music but with nike shoes
Also damn, marvel and dc didn't even start the crossover shit? Whatever happened to Pep
I REMEMBER FREE GIFTS, This happened in India too, My mum used to get me spider-man comics from a newstand and every week had a gift, way more cooler than the other gimmicks even if it's just unloading inventory
I gotta find my spider-man diary
Do you have any gimmick stuff in your own collection?
>>29355>Whatever happened to Pep
The publisher turned into Archie comics and it became just a humour comics series in the late 40s and kept running with ever slipping sales until 1987 when they cancelled it. Like a lot of titles it was just a victim of kids having more things to do.
I don't really have any of my comics from back when I was a kid in the 90s, UK magazines tended to be printed on bad paper and basically disposable, even more so than US ones. The only gifts I specifically remember were a Dennis the Menace pencil-case, another one that was also a calculator and this bendy stretchy rubber smiley-face man.
Boomerang died in the start what a shame.>>29316
A few months ago DC literally published a “Your own custom comic” book. Which is literally blank pages where you can draw your own shit on. Basically a glorified notebook.https://bleedingcool.com/comics/24-hour-comic-day-dc-blank-comics-now-have-24-pages/
Or the gimmick last week which is a book with just covers.>yo I heard you like variant covers. So we made a book of just that!https://bleedingcool.com/comics/batman-dear-detective-1-preview-they-did-it-they-finally-did-it/
capitalism, truly the most innovative system
>Question for this thread.
What female or male? characters in /co/ are infamous for being a trigger for someone's coomer paraphilia / fetish later in? life?.
The most infamous / well known example is Sally from the Sonic SatAm cartoon.
But other ones i've heard are also.
- Raven [Emo, Goth girls]
- Azula from Avatar [Femdom, mean girls]
- Ty-Lee also from avatar [Bombshells]
Do you know of any other common ones?
If we're going cartoons too, then the whole show of Totally Spies. Feeding, musclegirls, brainwashing, bondage, catgirls. It has everything.
You are making it sound way better than it really is
>>29509>coomer paraphilia / fetish
As opposed to non-"coomer" paraphilias and fetishes? Stop talking like a retard.
What's the hottest marvel/dc books
Like cheesecakes to the max?
Marvel Swimsuit used to exist, but not anymore
More like memehouse of reference amirite guys
That's what treehouse of horror always was. The very first was the raven, that twilight zone episode with the alien cookbook an poltergeist.
did anybody ever see the one where homer eats himself? it was so sick
it was a modern tree house of horror, and i don't think i've seen anything grosser on tv ever
also wow, none of you are cheesecake experts
I get my cheesecake from twitter artists not from musty comic books.
the ones that come before you are ashamed of you
it's a lost art, and you darespeak of it like this?
learn to recycle cheesecake, they don't grow on trees
now post the twitter names of these so called cheese makers
let mine eyes checkth upon these, like you check these digits!
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