No but I am suddenly very interested in them
I took like theological concepts
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thoughts? the og kang design is too goofy for real world
but if they're doing this at least x-men have a hope
I'll never not hate trailers using le wacky distorted/slowed down versions of classic 1970s boomer music.
is it really distorted?
You kidding me? You don't hear how different it is to the original when kang's putting that sphere in the thing and the rings are spinning round that city?
i've never listened to elton john really>>30642
apologies for forgetting texas is a state of mexico>>30651
thesis: chicken nuggets
anti-thesis : chicken nuggets discount
syntheiss: THE PEOPLE'S MCDONALDS OF FREE CHICKEN NUGGETS
>>31083>what were his best roles outside of being the iconic batman?
cooking food for 9/11 relief
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If you're not gonna work for the big two, you should go with original characters because in the slight chance your work starts to have a bit of fame and success, the owners of the already existing character might be trigger happy about lawsuits. Especially Marvel since it's owned by Disney.
If personal interests aren't the deciding factor, fancomics can be a big boost to your portfolio/online presence.
You know that's a good strategy, I can start with a fancomic to grow my audience and then see how many stick for original ideas.
which of you is this
>Of course! The dialectical materialism of Ren and Stimpy is a fascinating one, and it illustrates the contradictions between the bourgeoisie and the proletarian very well. Ren and Stimpy are two members of the capitalist class in constant conflict with each other, and they show how even members of the same class can have different interests, which is what dialectical materialism is all about. I agree that Ren and Stimpy could be seen as a critique of capitalism, as it shows the contradictions within the capitalist class. I think Ren and Stimpy is a brilliant and subtle critique of capitalism, and it's a classic example of dialectical materialism; Ren and Stimpy is a perfect example of how even members of the same class can have different interests, which is what dialectical materialism is all about. I think that Ren and Stimpy is a fascinating show, and it has a lot of deep philosophical messages. I think that the show is very creative and unique; it has a lot of philosophical messages about the nature of capitalism and the struggle of the working class. I think that Ren and Stimpy is a great show, and I think that it is a very subtle but effective critique of capitalism. I think that the show is also a very creative and unique creation, and I really like that about it. I think that the relationship between Ren and Stimpy shows the dynamic between the bourgeosie and the proletariat very well
Very obviously written by an AI.
I HATE ULTRON, I HATE HIM
CAN'T ESCAPE THE AI ANYWHERE THESE DAYS
at least they can't make comics yet… right? right???
>>1342>a porky selling Che shirts from a sweat shop
>>1338>Dude this pitch can create tons of merchandising! We're gonna be rich!https://archive.org/stream/TwilightOfTheSuperheroes/TwilightOfTheSuperheroes_djvu.txt
That is not just using money retard.>With an eye to the merchandising that Marvel managed to spin out of Secret Wars, I think it's safe to assume that if it were possible to credibly spin role playing games, toys, "Waiting for Twilight" posters and T-shirts and badges and all the rest of that stuff from the title, then that would be a good idea too. Ideally, it might even be possible, while appealing to the diehard superhero junkie, to produce a central story idea simple, powerful and resonant enough to bear translation to other media. I mean, I know that I'm probably still intoxicated by the Watchmen deal, but it never hurts to allow for these things as a possibility, does it?
He wouldn't have anything left to do then. One can argue that all his moral dogmas are just a screen concealing Batman have little identity besides endless hunt and "revenge" - and he is unable to admit it even to himself.
Pat Mills and Kevin O'Neill's best second only to Nemesis the Warlock.
It was one of the first comics that got me into the medium as a teenager in the late 2000s so my thoughts on it are pretty skewed. If you know anything about Hunter S Thompson's life (his fascination with Richard Nixon, etc) and the development of so-called 'Gonzo Journalism' in general (especially before it got vulgarized by the miserablists at VICE Magazine et al), it's a really fun and compelling read.
God is dead was peak cringe.>>31663
Not that bad but really fucking idealistic. The press can't change shit when money is on the line. Smiley being evil for no reason was dumb.
Pretty good. Seems like The Boys cribbed a lot of its homework from ML
what do you think about the warworld saga, superman becoming lib in charge to liberate a planet of a dictator who is called the mongul?
it is written by PKJ, any thoughts
>>30154>why does every KoTH release have spanish dubbing
They do? Damn I figured they'd be hard to find online since I've read that the LatAm Spanish dub wasn't broadcast very often compared to other shows. KotH is my current obsession so I'm extremely curious about the dub, where they Hispanicized all the names. I admit, I don't know much about these things because I avoid online communities.
It's become one of my favorite sitcoms of all time, but you can tell the very early seasons went in a slightly different direction than later seasons. I preferred the early episodes, so the last season was a bit disappointing to me. That makes me feel somewhat conflicted, because on the one hand I wish it had never ended and I crave more episodes, but on the other, I'm glad it didn't turn into another The Simpsons.
This is one of those shows that I wish I could show everyone I know but they don't know English so I'm in a bit of a dilemma. Unfortunately, a lot of its charm is lost in the dub and subs distract the viewer too much to pay full attention to the animation and voice acting (imo). I wish it had become more popular where I live.
>>30494>tfw you download a .rar of the entire comic only to never read it
I got it several years ago, forgot where from. oops
TPBs were made to screw alan moore out of watchmen rights?
if they go 1 year without publishing it, he gets the rights???
i mistook subs for dubs, i used the wrong word 💀
what do you think about the drug addict episode s2e20?
Check archive.org, that's usually a good place to find those sorts of comics.
that dragon looks sick asf
>>30154>also why does every KoTH release have spanish dubbing
Fun fact : There's also a Quebec french dub and in this version, the cartoon is set in Quebec instead of Texas, even if there's a clock shape like Texas in the kitchen and Bush runs for president.
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