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 No.15233[Last 50 Posts]

Old /co/ thread is dead and buried.
Let's have a new thread to talk about comics and animation.

 No.15236

>all my heroes are working class
isn't wonder woman a princess?

 No.15237

File: 1619317916006.jpg (189.39 KB, 760x596, young_adult_fiction_1.jpg)

>>15236
You're asking for writing that makes sense.

 No.15245

Is this thread for lefty cartoons and comics or anything /co/ related?

 No.15247

File: 1619329344525.mp4 (29.97 MB, 854x480, Fritz starts a riot.mp4)

>>15245
¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 No.15248

>>15245
Obviously the former or this would be a very short-lived thread.

 No.15249

>>15245
>>15248
I mean latter. Fuck.

 No.15251

Relevant thread: Anticapitalist /co/
>>>/b/24058
Half of it's bad but the other half is good.

 No.15253

>Crumb also criticized the film's condemnation of the radical left, denouncing Fritz's dialogue in the final sequences of the film, which includes a quote from the Beatles song "The End", as "red-neck and fascistic" and stated, "They put words into his mouth that I never would have had him say."
http://www.michaelbarrier.com/Funnyworld/FritzPartOne/FritzThree.htm

 No.15254

>>15233
what is this based comic bros

 No.15255

>>15247
never watched this movie
what was the creator of this movie trying to say

 No.15257

>>15236
>>15254
It's not a real comic. DC would never put out something this based.

 No.15258

>>15233
>where did Batman go?

 No.15259

File: 1619364794169.jpg (39.45 KB, 300x302, potter.jpg)

>>15255
Probably something edgy about communism not working
The original cartoonist denounces the movie, and killed fritz

 No.15260

>>15253
So from what I've heard, Crumb did agree to the movie being made (with hesitation), but after seeing it he hated it?

 No.15261

>>15236
Superman: pro establishment journo
Aquaman: and Wonder Woman: monarchy
Green Lantern: basically space cop
Flash: academic PMC
Only pro working class hero in DC is Green Arrow

 No.15262

>>15260
It's not like he had a choice, it was getting released anyway
He made a lot of money off of it too, being the first X rated movie and all.

 No.15264


 No.15268

>>15259
figured as much
sad

 No.15276

Saw these on other /co/ can anyone rec more commie comics?

The Communist Manifesto (2018) (Digital) (phillywilly-Empire)
https://mega.nz/#!b54Agbia!OCrqZeyXsYOgjhgJ8iGsoZklaRjXm2XD2HHXPAe2hXg
https://www.mediafire.com/?rgbw95kx9uf5h40

A People's History of American Empire (2008) (digital) (phillywilly-Empire)
https://www.mediafire.com/?dt62mqu59rgbe5o/

 No.15277

>>15276
Anything by Moore.

 No.15286

>>15276
Anything by Spain Rodriguez.

 No.15291

File: 1619461591536.jpg (26.09 KB, 400x297, deff.jpg)

who sandman here

 No.15349

Is green lantern really space cops? I want to read it because I really like the idea of being powered through will

Also what are the best blue lantern comics

 No.15350

>>15264
ayy nice
didn't see this was a pdf comic

 No.15351

>>15349
More like a space vigilante, or even a plantation guard, his authority stems from the guardians of Oa just handing out rings and nothing else.
Dunno about Blue Lanterns but I don't think they've been in too many comics anyway
>>15291
I started years ago, too a break and haven't returned even if I tell myself I will do

 No.15352

>>15351
>I started years ago, too a break and haven't returned even if I tell myself I will do
same

 No.15353

>>15352
>>15351
>>15291
what is the sandman
i've heard about the comic i feel

 No.15362

>>15353
A comic about the god of dreams walking into the dreams of different people
It's way weirder and way better than what it sounds

 No.15388

>>15253
whats the final monologue?

 No.15389

>>15362
that sounds cool i'll read

 No.15439

Crime Syndicate is the first time in years I've been hype about a comic
Any one else reading it?
What was the last comic any of you was hype about?

 No.15488

https://readcomiconline.li/

For anybody who wants to read all comic books, I like this website because it loads all the pages instead of making you click each page, so you can just scroll it easily

And it's library of comics is pretty big.

>>15439
What is good about it?

>What was the last comic any of you was hype about?

The new punisher series from 2 years ago

Currently I'm hyped about ASM (2018)
There's some centipede bad guy in the issue I'm reading and I don't know what's his deal is, Seems like he's a new villain.

 No.15495

>>15488
>What is good about it?
It's just nice to explore this setting, an earth where the characters alignments are flip but so far is just different from what I expected, it reads more like an early 00's comic like the ultimates or the authority than a direct flip of the justice league.

 No.15510

>>15233
>Literally the only DC book I still read
This fucking sucks. But recently I’ve been reading some old comics like Lazarus Churchyard and Transmetropolitan. 2020 Visions was fucking hilariously accurate outside of the “muh feminism” fear mongering. With a viral pandemic without cure and all!

 No.15514

>>15510
>2020 Visions
I think I heard about it, wasn't it published by vertigo in 1999 or 2000? Now it hurts to know it was accurate.

 No.15517

>>15514
It also somehow managed to predict the 2008 crash and the impenetrability of Wall Street. Sometimes reactionaries are so close yet so far.

 No.15542

>>15495
Read the first issue
Sounds like fun elseworld don't know where it's headed
also LOL at those fake reference comics

>>15233
Does anybody here have big ass torrents or magnet links for big comic collections?

Might need to go offline for a year and need to stock up on entertainment

 No.15546

File: 1620487268200.jpg (3.99 MB, 4032x3024, 4608.jpg)

r8

 No.15553

>>15542
Nemesis43 puts together a lot of packs on ETTV. Most of them are hitlist packs for certain weeks, but he has stuff like 2000AD collections, Commando, most marvel characters. I suggest DC++ for downloading comics, specifically the Perfection hub perfection.comichub.org:777

 No.15554

>>15517
Jamie Delano is a reactionary? Never hear dof him anyway
>>15546
Gr8/8

 No.15557

>>15553
Thanks anon I found him https://www.ettvcentral.com/torrents.php?cat=55
and that's a cool new program you told me about

 No.15560

File: 1620562875943.jpg (336.14 KB, 1173x761, The Rat Army.jpg)

Me @ the people when the revolution happens

Anybody ever read No Man's Land?

 No.15688

>>15560
The Batman saga? Never read it, It looked cool on the early 00's when I got into comics but now it just seems like edgy schlock

 No.15732

Holy shit… So I just watched Heavy Metal (1981). Feels as if I did LSD while watching Disney Fantasia with Gloryhammer album playing in my ear. Certainly an experience, and holy shit I can't stop laughing at the court scene.
STEEEEERN!!!!

 No.15746

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anybody have the comic this picture is from

 No.15748

>>15746
It's from 'This Godless Communism' a story that was serialised in Treasure Chest, a Catholic subscription only comic book in 1962.

https://www.historyonthenet.com/authentichistory/1946-1960/4-cwhomefront/7-comics/tcgodless/This_Godless_Communism_1961.html

 No.15749

The arkham games showed how you can stay authentic to riddler's original design without it looking too goofy and once again the stupid hollywood mf's want to do le grungy colourless design and make riddler look like some zodiac gimp

I don't doubt that characterization might be more fun but goddamn that whole dick tease for the future when the character will wear the actual costume never works out

we never saw hugh jackman's wolverine in his og costume in all of the x-men movies

 No.15750

>>15748
Thanks.

>A revolution was directed by a small group of men who urged the people to attack their representive government

Funny how much RED fear brainwashed them that they couldn't even realize how this sentence sounds exactly like the founder's of america

 No.15751

>>15748
speed run the whole shit comic
top tier boomercore stuff

was the phenomenology of the spirit hegel the same hegel who was marx's professor? wtf
also it did really arise me to find out books about withering away of the state, i would like to know to


some of the early stuff made me hard ngl
it fucking makes my skin crawl from the level of seething this comic does over communism being godless
i don't think even soviet propaganda was this strawman-ish

i fucking hate american propaganda so much, cocksuckers will accuse you of being le evil of doing the exact same thing they do
so goddamn disingenuous, just stop fucking pussy footing around that it's all ultimately about powering one's vision on to the world rather than somebody elses

 No.15835

I don’t know why but I just love 2000AD series. Even though they threw away the more sci-elements, Nikolai Dante was a great story. A more action based, brainless version of Corto Maltese.
>>15560
No man’s land was hilariously over the top and makes no sense within the context of a DC universe. There’s people that can literally stop earthquakes!
It’s kinda sad that nowadays DC is just basically a corpse dragged around by AT&T. There’s nearly nothing on their lineup that make me want to pirate their shit anymore. And they still haven’t release a Starman, O’Neil’s Question or Sandman Mystery omnibus.
>>15749
To be fair, in later Arkham games, the Riddler only wear casual green clothing that look more like a meth dealer than a super villain. He didn’t escape it at all.

 No.15935

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WVDKZJkGlY

Thoughts on the eternals trailer?
It gives me imperialist vibe with the whole "we gave them culture, we guided the poor brown locals" and the quips are a complete miss

But I dig the music and aesthetics because it gives me MoS vibes.

What are the best eternal comics

 No.15961

speaking of ralph baksi, Wizards has some lefty elements to it. the antagonist finds some old nazi propaganda films and uses them to radicalize his goblin soldiers. it's very much a critique of the pacifist section of the Vietnam resistance, especially the climax of the film.

 No.15979

>>15961
What exactly is leftist there? It is lib tier idealism.

 No.15980

Why are we discussing the supposed existence of "left wing media franchises" again? Fuck off; this is just a comics thread.

 No.15990

Invincible had potential but became shit after the first half and libshit at the end.

 No.15991

File: 1622098536567.webm (2.62 MB, 636x348, fritz horse rape.webm)

>>15259
>Probably something edgy about communism not working
It didn't really say anything about communism specifically but the movie talks shit about the left wing throughout. For the most part it depicts college age hippy libs being naive, but towards the end there's a couple of full on left wing radicals who are depicted as essentially pure evil. There's a methhead tweaking nazi (?) biker rabbit who keeps beating up his horse girlfriend and a sadistic lizard girl who talks Fritz into blowing up an oil pipeline, but decides to blow him up along with it because fuck it why not? Yolo lol

 No.15993

File: 1622111363518.jpg (2.16 MB, 2000x2000, E2WLlfUWQAYIpY1.jpg)

bruh
this guy as kraven the hunter?

 No.15997

>>15276
>The Communist Manifesto (2018) (Digital) (phillywilly-Empire)
https://mega.nz/#!b54Agbia!OCrqZeyXsYOgjhgJ8iGsoZklaRjXm2XD2HHXPAe2hXg
https://www.mediafire.com/?rgbw95kx9uf5h40

So I'm reading this foreword and it seems to me like this author is a lib who once used to hold revolutionary ideals in his youth

 No.15998

>>15277
>>15286
Are both of these authors communists?
Do all of their works have a communist message?

 No.15999

>>15997
Yes, it does seem that way doesn't it. He mainly does cartoons for the Guardian and the Daily Mirror, which are very lib papers. But he also sometimes does stuff for the Morning star which is affiliated with CPGB. He also definitely supported Corbyn.

I think he's just your standard doomer, disillusioned eurocommunist who pays lip service to communist ideals, but really quite enjoys his nice London flat and laughing at the poors.

I think for the most part they're decent drawings and a good accompaniment to Marx's words, but the foreword and the aftermath bit is pretty cringe.

 No.16003

>>15998
I love the fact that Kilowog and his home planet are canonically communist and DC has refused to address this since the 80s.
>>15998
>Rodriguez
One of the biggest names in underground comics. He wrote Trashman, basically a communist Punisher fighting against a “future corporate America” which is now hilariously looking exactly like 2021 America.
>Moore
A punk doomer liberal that LARP as an anarchist with his comic profits. However his writing is impeccable and his knowledge on Brit cultural history is very in-depth. He’s also a Lovecraft fanboy. His books on Providence, Watchmen and V for Vendetta are all great. Even his reconstruction of superheroes are great like Miracleman, Tom Strong and Supreme.
Dude used to be as much as a weasel as Goeff Johns but after his work got stolen by DC and his wife left him for a lesbian he became the guy he is today. Completely withdrawn to money and live squatting about.

 No.16004

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>>16003
>Kilowog and his home planet are canonically communist
I was wondering about that pic I saw on leftybooru
lmao they made the porky the communist

were any of the mentioned authors involved in green lantern who made this character

 No.16032

File: 1622262772992-0.jpg (1.27 MB, 1987x3056, RCO009_1551296550.jpg)

File: 1622262772992-1.jpg (1.49 MB, 1987x3056, RCO012_1551296550.jpg)

File: 1622262772992-2.jpg (1.51 MB, 1987x3156, RCO016_w_1551296550.jpg)

File: 1622262772992-3.jpg (1.09 MB, 1987x3056, RCO020_1551296550.jpg)

What level of vulgar anarcho-capitalist-primitivism is this?

 No.16033

Also who is the high evolutionary?
People were mad in the comments that kraven defated his creations and made him clone himself 87 children

Is he like a celestial? I can understand the anger then

 No.16036

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 No.16048

>>16033
Imagine dr Monroe but cosmic. Dude fought with beyonders and celestial while owning counter-earth where he routinely create civilization of beastmen then killing them because they don’t suit his liking. This is like having black mask trying to struck a deal with Sinestro, it’s retarded, also the entire storyline is just too long and overtly convoluted.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunted_(comics)

 No.16081

>>15259
He just hated the movie lel

 No.16083

Are power rangers/sentai/ultraman shows /co/?
Or should I post about it in the tv thread

 No.16084

>>16083
in 4chan they'll go on /m/. You could make a tokusatsu thread here but dunno how long could it go for.
I wish the toku and capeshit communities were closer, if you like one you will like the other.

 No.16111

File: 1622548044054.mp4 (Spoiler Image, 7.72 MB, 720x534, 2001.mp4)


 No.16124

>>16111
Aquaman and flash are in contender for the most petty arch nemeses:
>Eobard
<killed Barry’s childhood dog
<pushed him down a stair
<disintegrated every single best friend he’d ever had
<killed his mom to frame his dad for murder
>Manta
<killed Arthur’s kid for fun
<drove Mera insane
<then blew up the kid’s grave and funeral
<pretended to have autism so that Aquaman feels sorry for him

 No.16127

>>16124
Reverse Flashe's name is Eobard? Lmao

 No.16129

I remember years ago some tripfag storytimed a magazine for children's entertainment industry professionals and it always had ads for upcoming obscure shows, I miss it, I heard about She-Zow for the first time there.

 No.16130

>>16129
My favourite story time was on /co/ about a french comic where a dad raises three daughters

If anybody knows the comic please say so, It was very bright and colourful

 No.16131


 No.16142

File: 1622635246244.gif (1.21 MB, 250x167, 1348841320982.gif)

>>16131
YOU DID IT!

 No.16144

The History of EC Comics (TASCHEN) 2020 c2c (A-Team-DCP) (F).cbr
https://mega.nz/#!sBVXAIZL!hMVAbkNyc9_e18P4iYcQLE9byzkJWK5CaPGEcnVodPg

 No.16145

Finally finished reading the comic
I liked it.

These were my favourite panels
Did anybody understand what the ending panels meant?

The only one I could guess was an anti-stalin panel I presume because it showed a decayed mustache guy on the marx and engels (statue? or whatever a slab of thing is called with people's name on it)

 No.16146

My other favourites

>>16144
What is this?
EC comcis was a publisher?

 No.16148

>>16146
You seriously don't know about EC Comics? They were arguably the most influential comics publisher of the 20th century. As cliched as it sounds, there was a time when American comics weren't all about superheros. Crime and horror fiction were all the rage in the 1940s and 1950s, and had come to be widely known for the mature content. This was cause for concern among a certain segment of the population, which in turn led to the creation of the Comics Code Authority, whose subsequent censorship sunk the market for that kind of stuff into the underground by the 1960s and 1970s (later to be picked up by artists associated with Zap Comix, for sample). EC Comics' co-editor Bill Gaines' 1954 testimony would be famous for those concerned with the rights of comics artists, especially since the establishment of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund in 1986. The scans themselves are of a massive, $200 tome history published by TASCHEN just last year: https://www.taschen.com/pages/en/catalogue/graphic_design/all/01135/facts.the_history_of_ec_comics.htm

 No.16149

>>16131
>Tfw dad and bellybuttons still haven’t had a sequel in years

 No.16150

>>16148
*for their mature content. Digital re-releases of EC Comics' work are mostly split between Fantagraphics and Dark Horse. They should all be on libgen and wherever else you can find comics rips.

https://www.comixology.com/The-EC-Comics-Library/comics-series/84026?ref=Y29taWMvdmlldy9kZXNrdG9wL2Fsc29fYm91Z2h0L3BkX3NpbXNfczJz
https://www.comixology.com/The-EC-Archives/comics-series/131183?ref=c2VhcmNoL2luZGV4L2Rlc2t0b3Avc2xpZGVyTGlzdC9zZXJpZXNTbGlkZXI

 No.16151

>>16145
Do you have a link to a pdf of this?

 No.16153

>>16151
No, cbr/cbz are the preferred format; get used to it.

 No.16154

>>16151
Just download a comic reader. It’s literally free bruh.

 No.16155

>>16130
>>16131
>>16142
>>16149
I STORYTIMED THAT!!
It's still my favorite thread ever

 No.16160

>>16155
Wait it was you who did that?

 No.16161

>>16151
Anons above posted this here >>15276
https://mega.nz/#!b54Agbia!OCrqZeyXsYOgjhgJ8iGsoZklaRjXm2XD2HHXPAe2hXg
https://www.mediafire.com/?rgbw95kx9uf5h40


It's a cbr file which you can read through SumatraPDF https://www.sumatrapdfreader.org/free-pdf-reader
or extract the images liked I did by using 7zip or Winrar

 No.16163

>>16161
Yeah cbr/cbz are just comic book forms of rar/zip; just the change the file extension and extract to folder.

 No.16164

>>16160
YES!
IT WAS AWESOME

 No.16165

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>>16164
Amazing.

What a delightful coincidence that after all these years both, The person who made the thread and I, who enjoyed it, found each other on an obscure imageboard in an obscure board on a obscure thread.

Good job anon. Guess it was likely that you were a leftist since we are the ones who take initiatives to do such communal things.

 No.16167

>>16155
Wait really? Based. Storytime is always a great reprieve from the same outrage farm by /pol/tards and the waifu autism of /co/.
It’s just annoying that we don’t have a storytime cycling general here to do that.

 No.16184

>>16165
makes sense but beside storytiming I was never active inside any /co/mmunities
>>16167
A storytime thread here will be great, I haven't storytimed anything on 4/co/ in a while because of how fucking painful the captcha is, last time it took me all night to post about 120, it was hell.

 No.16188

>>16184
not having to solve the captcha is an underrated feature of this site ngl

 No.16274


 No.16344

File: 1623323969998.png (35.95 KB, 1150x336, Loki S01E01.png)

>this kills the MCUoid

seriously what were they thinking? was that one "OOOOO" moment from the audience worth throwing away the entire mystique

are the TVA like this is in the comics too?
I hate their ideology

WTF is the actual hiearchy levels or parallel levels in the marvel universe. Whole thing is a mess.
The trope of making eternal, celestial beings into some 60's bureaucrat office was cute at first but is now just depressing and hollow

 No.16463

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 No.16466

File: 1623637039238.jpeg (56.49 KB, 1242x919, combo.jpeg)

It was a simpler time.

 No.16468

Are there any reliable sources for sales figures that includes digital marketing?

 No.16469

>>15993
For real. Kraven needs to be menacing. And kinda hairy. I ink Henry is too big a star for Kraven but someone with Henry's presence would be good. It's also hilarious to see Grace Randolf hate Henry while simultaneously thirst after him.

But the tribe picked this lil Jewish kid from Kick ass to be Kraven. His accent was not even good as Quicksilver.

I'll never understand

 No.16471

>>16463
I've seen these woke Felix panel many times but I've never seen a context or a source

 No.16473

>>16469
>kid from Kick ass
wait
no
NO NO NO NO NO

THIS GUY IS THAT KID FROM KICKASS?!?

HOLY FUCKING SHIT
he got godzilla, mcu?

 No.16475

>>16471
>>16468
Not as far as I know, none of the digital storefronts publish any sort of sales figures. Even comichron for paper comics is not reliable since diamond doesn't actually publish unit figures, and of course it misses actual book shop sales. And now that DC aren't with diamond anymore it's even more difficult.
https://www.comichron.com/faq/directmarketsalesdata.html#diamond2003

>>16471
That one's just an edit.

 No.16486

>>16466
>Written by fame hogging scam artist #1 and fame hogging scam artist #2
The fact that these two haven’t retired yet is amazing to me.
>>16344
>Disney “lore”
It has always been retarded. The power showing of the MCU was terrible and lack any scaling or consistency at all. Most of it relies on telling you that the people are powerful rather than showing it. It’s a lasting problem that continues to exist ever since the first Iron man movie.
For instance, the MCU Wakanda is said to be an extremely technologically powerful country, yet their army comprises of an invisible plane that has to decloak to do anything, a bunch of techno barbarians on rhinos and a few elite guards. Or Thanos “army”, which is just a bunch of bumbling retards that can be easily mowed down with normal assault rifles. Most of the universal threats in the MCU can be dismantled by any country with a competent military in a single weekend.

 No.16491

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Problem Sleuth was the best thing Hussie ever made, fuck Homestuck.

 No.16493

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 No.16532

Jesus, this new Jupiter's Legacy is such lib cringe, glad the shit netflix show got cancelled. It's 2051 and the glowie propaganda is still right there.

This is most of the reason why I'm not a fan of capes, there's supertech and mind-blowing powers, but the geopolitics is still the same, the proletariat are still getting assraped, it's just not imaginative.

 No.16535

>>16532
Most of Millar’s body of work is lib cringe. If you think Red Son is bad you should see his run on the Authority. A complete downgrade from Ellis’ (rest in canceled) and full of the most retarded shit ever. He had them toppled Suharto’s Indonesia and wrecked the G7 but in the end they only replace them with the same capitalist bullshit but with a human face.

 No.16548

Post highlights from The Boondocks the comic strip

 No.16549

>>16532
Are there any good communist comics?

 No.16552

why does the "look what have they have to do to mimic a fraction of power" line feel so familar

what other /co/ media have this theme of aritifical gods fighting born gods

i've never watched invicible only the meme

 No.16562

>>16552
There was Supergod, but I think that was just artificial gods. Also God is Dead, but that was pretty shit beyond the first few issues.

 No.16580

>>16532
To be fair the Uyghur genocide shit is about as real as superheroes, so it fits right in

 No.16666

File: 1624072330033.jpg (297.23 KB, 1400x1050, alanmoore.jpg)

"I suppose any form of art can be said to be propaganda for a state of mind. Inevitably, if you are creating a painting, or writing a story, you are making propaganda, in a sense, for the way that you feel, the way that you think, the way that you see the world. You are trying to express your own view of reality and existence and that is inevitably going to be a political action–especially if your view of existence is too far removed from the mainstream view of existence. Which is how an awful lot of writers have gotten into terrible trouble in the past."

 No.16722

>>16552
Zenith and the Invisibles are the closest we got with this theme. It both have humans elevated into another level of perception either from sponsorship of another god or artificial drugs fighting eldritch multiversal god entities. However the first one is a cylindrical ending with the artificial heroes slowly becoming more powerful to the point they became the gods and go on to attack another version of the multiverse. It’s a never ending cycle.
>>16666
>what’s getting cucked by lesbians and corporations will do to a mf

 No.17282

Millar somehow always makes the real heroes into bad guys with his gay liberalism.
>invading Iran, trashing their capital and murder their entire leadership
<the Avengers are totally the good guys!

 No.17285

>>17282
Subtle

 No.17287

>>17282
>>17285
wait the hammer and sickle thor is supposed to be looking evil and bad?

he looks cool wtf. is this miller as in frank millar?

 No.17290

>>17287
That's Frank Miller, I think he means Mark Millar

 No.17322

>>16666
do you think he's seen this

 No.17324

>>17282
>>17285
people talks shit of 90's comics like if the 00's had not been any worse

 No.17337

>>17324
00’s comics were literally bush warhawk porn. Remember Holy Terror? To be honest Frank Miller’s falling out with liberalism is hilarious to behold. It basically alienated him from even his closest friends, Alan Moore and Frank went from a friendly rivalry to bitter spats after Occupy went down.
http://www.comicscube.com/2017/09/the-importance-of-being-frank-miller-by.html?m=1

 No.17341

>>17337
why is frankie such a rightoid
what happened in his life

 No.17411

>>17341
9/11 basically broke his brain. He saw the event as proof that the US is under attack by communist Islamic terrorists or something and in order to protect him being a radlib he have to support the warhawk bush. His hatred of Reaganism basically went away that moment.
https://archive.is/CWXO

 No.17415

>>17411
wait he was a radlib and was against reganism
woah

 No.17417

When is Freakazoid coming back

 No.17435

>>17417
Preferably never. Warner have a track record of shitting on every animated reboot they’ve ever made and the original creators are now too busy sucking off batman to care.

 No.17473

>>17435
yeah that's crazy that paul dini wrote for freakazoid

 No.17876

Just finished the entire Moebius collection. Sad that there will never be any other artist like him again. What a wonderful old crank.

 No.17886

>>15233
>DD is a lawyer
>WW is a ruling class despot and have no problem with slavery.
>SM already have everything a man can want without having to work
>Fishman is a king.

 No.17899

>>17886
That's the Flash, not Daredevil. He's worse, he's a mechanic for the police. GL is obviously a space-cop too.

 No.17901

>>17899
are superheroes not basically cops?

 No.17905

Was the multiverse gimmick a good or bad thing that happened to modern comic books

It pretty much lets you rewrite and redo and take and pick whatever you want.

Which comic book writer invented this trope by reading science books

 No.17922

>>17876

What is that from? It looks dope

 No.17923

>>17905

The worst thing that ever happened to comic books is the obsession with continuity that heralded the arrival of the multiverse stuff. Canon as a consept to get obsessed with ruined genre fic ever since it became a huge thing

 No.17925

>>17905
Probably the flash of two worlds being one of the first incarnation of comic multiverses. Probably started from DC’s corporate deciding that they want their cake and eat it too by taking a double dip in making two different characters with the same name.
Most comic writers can’t write multiverse for shit. It’s either extremely lazy crap or mega-autism with rigid rules.
>>17923
Agreed. The autism over it was stupid and led to a misuse of multiverse and parallel worlds into not a tool to tell interesting perspectives on the same character archetype but just pure over-indulgence in excess.
Hickman and Snyder are notorious for this. The former is notable to push his gay agenda against hope just to be dark for edginess’ sake and his obsession with graphs.
The latter on the other just want to wank Batman by recycling ideas.
>>17922
A Moebius story about how a US officer refusing to nuke the USSR in retaliation was executed for treason. Pretty cool and based.

 No.17926

>>17923
The worst thing to ever happen to comic books was clowns in tights and capes.

 No.17927

File: 1626315791191.png (349.48 KB, 680x513, 1386375929755.png)

>Job leaves me no time for comics

 No.17931

>>17927
to read or to make?

>>17926
really

 No.17947

>>17901
Kind of, they're vigilantes who are mostly tools for cops and government, but sometimes go against them. GL corps are literally a space police force.

I wish there could be an actually based story about Kilowog the GL's politics, he comes from a communist world, but the closest we got is some lib bullshit where he starts working with the USSR and then denounces them as too authoritarian.

 No.17955

>>17901
I wouldn't call stoping the Joker from blowing the city, fucking a thief and making a kid with a half demon being a cop.
Now go read the watchmen.

 No.17957

>>17931
to read, I have a pile of unread floppies since last week

 No.17965

>>17957
such is life
i have the time but i lack the drive

i'll read one for you today

 No.17967

>>17965
Solidarity forever

 No.17968


 No.17970

>>17926
Hey blame the game not the player. The CCA killed non-capeshit comics in its entirety and it’s still recovering from it.
>>17955
Morrison addressed this aspect the best.
>"I got interested in the class element of Batman: He’s a rich man who beats up poor people. It’s quite a bizarre mission to go out at night dressed as a bat and punch the hell out of junkies. And then he goes home and lives in this mansion. There’s an aspirational quality to him—he’s an outlaw and he can buy anything. He has a new Batmobile every movie. He’s very plutonian in the sense that he’s wealthy and also in the sense that he’s sexually deviant. Gayness is built into Batman. I’m not using gay in the pejorative sense, but Batman is very, very gay. There’s just no denying it. Obviously as a fictional character he’s intended to be heterosexual, but the basis of the whole concept is utterly gay.I think that’s why people like it. All these women fancy him and they all wear fetish clothes and jump around rooftops to get to him. He doesn’t care—he’s more interested in hanging out with the old guy and the kid.”
http://www.playboy.com/playground/entertainment/culture/the-super-psyche
His entire run on Batman is in essence a way to avoid the inherent class aspects of a vigilante that is the views that not systematic solutions but individual actions can cure societal ills. He made it explicit that his Batman is too big to take on normal crime so that the fantastic can be explored.

 No.17978

>>15991
Wait. They were supposed to be left wing?
They seemed more like neonazis to me.

 No.17989

>>16491
homostuck
gooood

 No.17991

>>17970
I don't want to sound pedantic but the CCA didn't kill non cape comics, non capes survived up until the early 70's
What killed non cape comics was the paperback novel, which also killed pulp/fiction magazines.
Paperbacks where very cheap for the amount of entertainment they offered and comics and magazines just could not compete. Cape comics survived because capes where a genre exclusive to comic books and so got no competition from paperbacks.

 No.17997

>>17978
Yeah in the comics they’re essentially Mautists. Crumb was explicitly hard on Maoism and China at the time as well as the western supporters of the ideology. Dude made an entire strip on trashing Mao’s comment on nukes being a paper tiger. In the strips, one of the cell member was a glowie from the start, something that he got from seeing some real Maoist orgs in San Francisco.Crumb ridicules his revolutionaries but more because they’re ineffective not because they’re extreme or evil like Bakshi.
The schism between Bakshi and Crumb in the adaptation of Fritz really mirrored the latter adaptation of watchmen by Snyder. Crumb basically had no say in the film with his signature on the contract wasn’t even confirmed to be his.
The film was a bastardized version of the three comics that not only got molded by Bakshi’s liberal mentality but also his love for extravagant violence and sex. Kinda like how Snyder made the scenes that was supposed to show silk spectre I in a vulnerable position into just another way of romanticizing rape. The fact that Fritz also became a projection for Bakshi’s extremely contradictory liberal beliefs is even worse, he saw Fritz as a fraud because deep down he interpreted his own shallow leftism as a fraud in of itself.
Dude nearly pissed himself when Crumb got Rodriguez and Wilson into the screening of Fritz.

 No.17998

>>17970
Bro somebody tell morrisson that batman is just a very clueless volcel

 No.18001

>>17998
Didn’t he go full non-binary recently? Makes sense since his wife is basically a female version of himself.

 No.18018

>>18001
bro i straight up got alan morre and grant morrison mixed up

 No.18205

>>16532
Issue 2 and a faction of the capes are literally invading china, busting open uiyghur concentration camps and parking nukes on Xi's successor's lawn, then having arguments about how they have to do it because interventionism is based.

 No.18206

>>18205
Not something outside of Millar’s writing mind you. The dude genuinely believes in world policing even though the people who do it being a bunch of self righteous fascists. In his Authority run he had the group straight up invade Tibet and take it from China.
The only few comics that do this trope in a coherent way are books like Miracle Man where the “heroes” took over, overthrew capitalism, nation states and then rule over as gods. The other one of my personal guilty pleasure is No Hero, in which the world is so sick of the superpowered vigilantes that they joined forces to murder them all. Since these bastards had been in the world since the 70s most of their changes were horrific.

 No.18254

>>18206
Yeah I'm not enjoying this book but I'll keep reading it for more lib idiocy.

No Hero is terrible, but I'm definitely also in that guilty pleasure camp. I think it's that one where the guy makes himself a dick out of someone's spine.

 No.18581

Any other good Argentinian comics? Just finished El Eternauta and it was truly phenomenal.

 No.18869

What are some good long running web comics to bing read
I always enjoyed going through pages of that rotund guy who strangles an animephobic dodo

I've been thinking about reading that Ctrl+Alt+Del comic
Is it funny like that?

Drop some website links for some fun webcomics (If you can from the first page) I prefer non serialized

https://www.smbc-comics.com/
https://www.whompcomic.com/
http://www.deathbulge.com/comics
https://poorlydrawnlines.com/

 No.18926

>>18581
Horacio Altuna's work is pretty fun.

 No.18936

>>18869
>Is it funny like that?
imagine the time when gamers thought that they’re special snowflakes. That’s basically all of the comics content. K9BD or gunnerig court are better.

 No.20736

Fucking Eugene would blow his fuse reading this mini. It’s perfectly encapsulates all the retardation that comes with eugenics from a radlib.

 No.20738

>>20736
Elaborate

 No.22122

File: 1640920174167.jpg (115.72 KB, 725x474, XIII-h3.jpg)

I just finished XIII and I got to say it's quite good, the plot is heavy and convoluted but basically involves an amnesic dude who fights US presidents, glowies, fascist conspirators and military juntas. Closest thing to an anti imperialist comic I read recently.

 No.22126

what is the name for the type of character that kingpin is

like he's a mob boss but he wants to appear nice and classy and elegant and clean

like he made it but he still has the unrefined, faker and poser seeking approval kind of vibe to him

tell me the trope name

 No.22128


 No.22149

>>22128
>does he win?
The body count is around a US president, a vice president, a secretary of defense, the director of NSA, 2 or 3 generals, quite a number of members of the klu klux klan, a few CIA operatives. He also was instrumental to do some socialist national liberation by ousting a fascist US backed junta. So yeah I'd say he wins.

 No.22154

Fucking hell Bendis seriously need to just make a scat fetish comic already. The man probably gets his rocks off shitting his pants.
Ever since he moved to DC every single comic he has written had someone shitting their pants. From Batman, Wonder Woman, Legion and now fucking Superman.

 No.22164

>>22154
Based honestly, making the capeshitters capeshit

 No.22181

File: 1641098870671.gif (2.16 MB, 333x450, wammaprance.gif)

so what did everyone think of the second and final season of Centaurworld

 No.22300


 No.22303

>>16081
a lot of authors do

 No.22304

File: 1641592212991.jpg (21.16 KB, 400x400, 1641518663116.jpg)

Comic Book Workers United is now America’s first comic book union
>We're beyond thrilled to announce that today we, Comic Book Workers United, have WON our union election, making @ImageComics the FIRST unionized comic book publisher in the United States. All 12 Image staffers submitted ballots, leading to a 7:2 result in favor of the union. At this time, three staffers' ballots are subject to a frivolous legal challenge on eligibility, thus their ballots were not opened.
https://twitter.com/cbwupdx/status/1479256677488611331

 No.22306

>>22300
anon likes cats hahaah

>>22304
NOICE

 No.22591

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Why do american comics live rent free on weeaboos' heads?
You never see fans of american comics even care about manga while weeaboos have to make an scene about waifu fighter being better and selling better like if it were a football match.
I don't care about anime or manga and want to stop hearing about it.

 No.22592

>>22181
It wasn't bad, it was just worse than the first season.

 No.22597

>>15276
Red Rosa by Kate Evans
Nestor Makhno by Philippe Thirault
Everything by Joe Sacco
Berlin by Jason Lutes
The Eternaut by Hector Oesterheld
Grant Morrison and Alan Moore are both anarchists but it doesn't necessarily come across very strongly in most of their work
John Wagner's Judge Dredd is a satire on American policing and attitudes towards crime; Marshal Law and Terror Assaulter O.M.W.O.T. are similar
Yossel, April 19, 1943 by Joe Kubert and Once Upon a Time in France by Fabien Nury are both about anti-Nazi partisans
The original Superman comics by Siegel and Shuster are more New Dealer than hard left but they're still very political. Grant Morrison's New 52 Action Comics run is supposed to be a modernized version.
Orbital by Sylvain Runberg is a space opera about a multiculti space federation and the villains are human separatists
Stuck Rubber Baby by Howard Cruze is about a gay man who gets involved in the civil rights movement
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller is (despite Miller's best intentions probably) a great satire about how fash Batman is if you cast him in realistic terms.

Haven't read 100% of those so some could be trash. There's also no shortage of message of the week capeshit stories like Green Lantern/Green Arrow where some supercop learns that poverty is bad or whatever but through comic book magic goes back to ignoring it and doing supercop stuff.

 No.22607

>>22591
>ou never see fans of american comics even care about manga
Yet you bring it up. The comics vs Manga rivalry has been around for ages and got to the point that places like VsBattles and other such places (comicvine) banned anime v comic discussion because both sides go apeshit. Like I recall reading a discussion about Hulk wanking the green fucker off so much it was impressively stupid.

 No.22618

>>22597
There was an amusing anarkiddie Tintin comic posted a while back.

The Adventures of Tintin - Breaking Free (1989) (c2c) (phillywilly-Empire)
https://www.mediafire.com/?gjyfni4rvbty1m2/

 No.23154

Where do people download comics from nowadays? I swear there used to be a site full of CBRs you could just search and click. Now my search results are all PORKED

 No.23155

Hell yeah, been waiting for a /leftyco/

 No.23156


 No.23163

>>23155
How long did you wait? Negative 10 months?

 No.23164

>>23154
libgen.gs
getcomics.info

 No.23269

If it's a Kanker episode, there's an 80% chance I'm just gonna skip to the next one.

 No.23270

>>15276
Trashman by Spain Rodriguez

 No.23518

>first 12 episodes of Archer namedrop Eugene V. Debs and Noam Chomsky
HMMMMMM

 No.23519


 No.23522

>>23519
Why what?

 No.23594

Any (ex-)horsefuckers lurking around these parts?

 No.23595

>>23594
What? Why would Ex-Horse fuckers be in a /co/ thread?

 No.23596

>>23594
>>23595
I think what he means is if there are any ex-bronies in the thread.

 No.23597

>>23595
>>23596
Ponyfags, nor/mlp/eople. Since they got their start on 4chan's /co/ I figured this would be the thread to ask in.

 No.23600

>>23597
>>23596
Ooooh, ok. You might wanna give /siberia/ a shot, or the pony thread on /games/

 No.23608

>>23597
I never stopped being a horsefucker, but yeah I use siberia more.

 No.23928

for reference

 No.23961

Alright, so you know how I said a big HMMMMMM to Archer? Back in >>23518 ?

Well they openly namedrop Operation Gladio and call it a "weird crypto-fascist CIA shitshow", and explain Operation Paperclip.

 No.23962

>>23961
Cool, can you post a clip or the episode its namedropped in?

 No.23979

>>23928
its funny because this show has an entire episode making fun of an allegory of gommunism

 No.24005

>>15236
MonBol gang

 No.24012

>>23979
I don't remember that. which one?

 No.24032

File: 1649953375079.jpg (102.13 KB, 720x544, sparkly jenny.jpg)

>>23979
>>24012
forgot an attention grabbing Jenny

 No.24034

Batman is a neoliberal.

 No.24219

Everything awful about the MCU is forgiven when they make this types of movies

You could not tell me 10 years ago, there'd be a movie with Thor with Guardians of the Galaxy, showcasing the entire Greek pantheon and that the normies around the world would be hyped for it

Stuff like this is what really makes the creative overhead worthwhile, the universe really feels a whole
I don't feel that way with the comics


I wonder if James Gunn and Takia Waiti collaborated for this flick

 No.24221

>>24219
https://screenrant.com/guardians-galaxy-3-thor-4-script-gunn-waititi/
okay yeah they did
that's so cool

i feel these two are the only guys that somehow broke free of the marvel overheads
i don't know how they bullied them back but it's good

for example those goats in the trailer? which thor's boats are being led by? they didn't allow that back in 2009 but here we are now

 No.24234

>>24034
More like a libertarian. THe only version that broke out of this mold was O’Neil’s and Morrison’s. One is a semi radlib and the other is just batgod.

 No.24258

>>24234
can you go more indepth on those two batman versions?
what makes them

 No.24266

File: 1650474270774.png (3.41 MB, 1083x1600, ClipboardImage.png)

comics were so cucked back in the 50s
i'm trying to read o'neil era batman from the 1940s and this was one of the ads before it

 No.24270

File: 1650476325041.jpg (58.34 KB, 1000x563, COOLSTORY.jpg)

>>24219
I just need hercules to pop in at some point and for Thor to start blathering to him and then does pic related

 No.24282

File: 1650502080437.png (281.85 KB, 474x398, ClipboardImage.png)

>paying camgirls to roleplay as Doctor Girlfriend
>not even for any erotic reason just because it's fucking hilarious

>>23962
Gladio is a theme in S3 episode "Lo Scandalo"
Paperclip and Nazi's fleeing to South America is explicitly implied in the B-plot of S2 episode Placebo Effect

and apparently there's more references to IRL CIA covert ops that I haven't watched yet.

 No.24283

>>24258
O’neil did a lot of work to firmly establish Batman as a character to finally get out of the 50s era concept of a rich guy beating on poor people yet still keeping the self awareness of it. This Batman also was a return to form of golden age brutality. Literally the difference between #223 and #224 is night and day.

 No.24299

>>24270
I've heard that theory that he's going to be introduce in this film and it sounds dope af

He will be out buying milk or something
And then Thor will take him under his wing, And he'll basically be like thor from the first movie

Rich, old god kid learning new ways

 No.24300

>>24283
>Literally the difference between #223 and #224 is night and day.


brb, checking out
also

don't you mean knight and day?

 No.24301

>>24299
That could be cool too. I wonder what they'll do with Starlord and Thor. I'm not sure I like the weird freenemy shit they got going on

 No.24327

any of malachi ward's independent work anons. it's the shit.

 No.24427

>watch early spongebob for the first time
>almost every single famous meme is from season 1

 No.24428

>>24427
later seasons turn to shit so

 No.24429

>>24427
>>24428
i also went on a spongebob chronological order watching spree a few years ago
the first 2 seasons are the classic ones with all of the famous episodes, i found out

 No.24504

>>24428
I know the trend of later seasons to get worse and that spongebob is the biggest cash cow of nickelodeon by far, but just the first two seasons? How can a show even crash so hard?

 No.24644

File: 1651585812059.mp4 (2.6 MB, 1264x720, OTmo5mvXJs33EXrs.mp4)

were the CW shows a mistake?

 No.24817

File: 1651998798520.png (2.69 MB, 1008x1600, ClipboardImage.png)

Is this the first time the genocidal maniac DarKKKseid has felt fear? lol, mogged

 No.24835

>>24644
This is better than every MCU movie

 No.24841

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 No.24845

>>24644
Yes, but at the same time they exposed the rotten core of modern superhero shlock

 No.24847

>>24817
Is that doomsday?

 No.24879

>>24817
Darkseid feels fear all the time. Mf once got mugged by earth street thugs.

 No.24881

File: 1652322004164.png (977.26 KB, 688x857, ClipboardImage.png)

>>24219
They are normalizing women having muscles so that's also a plus.

>I wonder if James Gunn and Takia Waiti collaborated for this flick

Korg is in it so yeah.

 No.24883

i just want doom in the mcu
i don't want kang doing secret wars, wtf does kang even do

 No.24884

>>24847
yes

this is from superman/doomsday comic
they end him in the most dope way possible

>>24879
LOL, do you have any idea of what comic

 No.24885

>>24881
>They are normalizing women having muscles so that's also a plus.

The Muscle Girl Agenda remains in motion

 No.24886

File: 1652327631777.png (26.98 KB, 1102x119, m.png)

Is this true?

are the beyonders an allegory for people who hate comics?
could make sense with the name too

they are BEYOND reading comics

 No.24906

>>24884
Literally Jack Kirby's Fourth World. He was intended to be a complete paper tiger. But over time especially with the Great Darkness Saga in LoSH he turned into a real threat. Then Grant Morrison wanked him even more in Final Crisis so that we have the modern incarnation.

 No.24910

>>24906
so he was one of the enemy of the new gods? wow

>mfw darksied was a reactionary

 No.24925

File: 1652442116156.png (975.68 KB, 750x601, ClipboardImage.png)

>they really drew this even though all of them create 9/11s like it's a usual wednesday for them

people were really emotional back then when it happened, huh?

 No.24927

>>24925
I feel this could have almost worked if they used the usual new york street level bad guys, kingpin, tombstone, sandman, hell maybe even nroman but using Doom out of everyone is so fucking out of place and nonsensical

 No.24941

did ben affleck ever really actually post on /co/?
i just read "josh trank" post on there

 No.24942

>>24927
kingpin hasn't caused building mayhem?
but yeah street level thugs would work

guess they were going for a campy togetherness thing with

"see even the bad guys are against 9/11"

 No.24947

>>24942
kingpin is a crime boss, but he doesn't destroy cities like Doom

 No.24949

File: 1652499222398.png (2.07 MB, 1920x1080, ClipboardImage.png)

Lassies and Gentlelads

M.O.D.O.K has been canceled after Tony Stark dug up some of his tweets on attacking N.Y

Hit Monkey is next
Don't sleep

Also is modok actually a threat villain or just one of those silver age goofy characters that people make fun of? I've never been able to figure out

 No.24950

>>24949
why do they keep making villains vaguely leftist (rhetorical question)

 No.24951

>>24949
M.O.D.O.K. is a legit threat in the comics.
He’s almost Dr. Doom level.

 No.24967

>>24950
wait which villain are you talking about?

>>24951
i saw they also made him the final boss in the new avengers games

he's like a kaiju

 No.24968

>>24219
Same.
I guess the new Dr. Strange is getting a lot of shit, but I thought they let Raimi have way more creative control than a lot of these other films give their directors. It’s first one in a while where the special effects and action scenes didn’t make me roll my eyes.

 No.24978

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File: 1652580607144-1.png (792.14 KB, 902x405, ClipboardImage.png)

ain't no way bruh
they canonized my gods in the mcu

look at this,
we're never beating the distant space alien allegations

 No.24979

>>24968
There's a effect where the fights with himself with musical effects no?

I can't wait for it to come out and digital to watch it

I heard there was some 80% drop-off in the box office for some reason?

Was it really because of fan backlash on the cameos or is there something else that caused it

 No.24980

File: 1652580887354.png (1001.45 KB, 1125x632, ClipboardImage.png)

Thor fought Shiva
what the fuck

Everybody else gave their life force but he refused until being fought

So in character, I wonder if in the new movie we'll only see Greek Gods or other pantheons too

I really want them to introduce more hot godesses this time and NOT KILL THEM

#RIPHELLA #REALONE

 No.24981

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you don't understand bros
I NEED THEM IN MY LIFE

 No.25044


Freakazoid is the most ADHD show

 No.25046

>>25044
All those Spielberg cartoons at the time were and I loved them for that.

 No.25047

>>25046
What were the others?

Is there any reason why they were like that? What was happening in the 90s

 No.25048

>>25047
Tiny Toon Adventures
Animaniacs
Pinky and the Brain
unbelievable amounts of cocaine

 No.25049

>>25048
That's a lot more than I thought existed
>Tiny Toon Adventures

Is this the one that got into a controversy cause it showed bugs bunny drinking alcohol?

I only ever saw this baby version of looney tunes
The wikipage says they're reviving it on HBO Max

 No.25050

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File: 1652758922365-1.png (1.76 MB, 1415x1080, Screenshot (1684).png)

>logs onto the internet once
>becomes gigaCHAD

why are you not freakaMAXXing?

 No.25118

File: 1652906694220.png (505.91 KB, 1349x682, 1652899839302.png)

Marvel is going to milk a corpse for at least 20 more years.

 No.25127

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just learned about the rasputin siblings, that anya taylor joy played magik and that colossus is not in the new DP3 movies

 No.25128

>>25118
what does that mean exactly? they are ressurecting him how

 No.25241

>>25050
They're gonna reboot it someday, aren't they?

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 No.25243

>>25241
i don't even remember the last place freakazoid was mentioned other than the voice actor posting daily facts of him on twt

So idk, i wouldn't opposed to some HBOMax thing

was the pinky and that other 3 rat siblings reboot good?

>>25242
🤮
what was his last cameo

 No.25244

I still don't know what was up with those X-Men comics in Logan

That fucked up my brain a bit, Cause those are real comics


So like they got their identities capitalized on by a fictional company in-universe?

I liked X:Men Origins Wolverine more

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BRUH WHY DOES HE LOOK SO GOOFY AND CONSTIPAPTED IN THE FIRST SHOT

WHY
WHY WHY

i want him without the nose, idk why
it just looks more alien

 No.25336

Gorr

A based iconoclast bestowing justice upon the ruling, decadent class

Or

Cringe, lonely godcel in need of some love?


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