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I figured that I'd start up the comic upload thread again. I will also try to deliver any requests to the best of my ability. Let's start off with the obligatories and some of my favorites.
Batman- The Killing Joke:
Batman- Dark Knight Returns
The Death of Superman:
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I too would like to acquire these, getting a physical copy is extremely difficult especially with collector prices.
I just want to read them, don't care about resale value.
Just finished One More Day and I have to say I liked it.
Peter's desperation is done well, the scene with Iron Man is great, so is every panel with Mephisto, possible outcomes of Peter's life interesting. Only the very last issue is bad, some pages real bad. They clearly cornered themselves. I like the idea that rather than giving up the merriage to save May, they gave it up for Peter to not end up miserable for the rest of his life and is allowed to find peace, but it was executed poorly and in a confusing way.
From the perspective of Spider-Man's status, I do not mind Peter becoming single and basically a younger version of himself. But, I really digged Back in Black and I think it is a pity they did not do one or two more arcs to develop Peter Parker as a felon. It is even a bigger pity, because BND was already planned, so they could have pushed Peter much further, since it would do no harm to the long-term mythos.
There’s a new Tarantula who is killing off illegal immigrants. When he targets one of Mary Jane’s friends, Spider-Man gets involved and briefly saves her only for her to wind up in Immigration services custody. Tarantula is furious he didn’t get to kill her and a Government operative introduces him to Captain America who will aid the Tarantula in his quest. He follows Tarantula’s orders, completely unaware of what is really going on, having being told Spider-Man is a terrorist. Walker doesn’t appear too hesitant at the start, believing he’s following the government’s orders and acting on behalf of his country, however he does note he had never imagined Spider-Man as anything other than a good man. Tarantula insists MJ’s friend is likewise a terrorist who must be stopped and that’s enough for Walker. When the duo break into a government building to speak to MJ’s friend, Walker realises something is up, having to restrain Tarantula from killing a police officer in cold blood. Walker begins to feel uncomfortable when all the detained immigrants look at his outfit in fear. Walker asks himself if this is something the real Captain America would do. Tarantula interrogates and threatens MJ’s friend in Spanish (which Walker can’t understand) and finds out the connection to MJ and Spider-Man. Walker and Tarantula set up a trap for Spider-Man by leaving a message with MJ. Spider-Man shows up and a battle commences, and Spidey is confused as to why Captain America is in cahoots alongside Tarantula (he is unaware this is a new Captain America). After Captain America and Tarantula have beat him, the Tarantula decides to try and cripple Spidey, at this point, Walker realises he’s on the wrong side of the fight and abandons Tarantula. Don’t worry, Spidey isn’t crippled… he beats the Tarantula.At the end of the issue, Walker confronts the agent who introduced him to Tarantula, having discovered he is a rogue agent with no legal authority. Walker beats him up stating that the flag he represents is supposed to inspire and not terrify.
I loved Alex Saviuk's Web of Spider-Man issues
Happy for the character Supergirl that in her 55th anniversary (1959-2014) of her comicbook existence, there is confirmation she will have her own tv series!
Maxima in a role of ally/antagonist? Hope so.
I LOVED Bizarro Clark on Smallville! Maybe a version like him can be developed for the show?
Imagine the suspense to behold Supergirl take out a thug like him through a combination of her intelligence and brawn.
I'll root for an underdog like Kara Zor-El anytime!
his dick is out.
slow on the uptake, aintcha son
Ack ack? Ack!
I love that movie.
White Hair. Blue Eyes. Voluptuous Body. Beautiful Face.Ororo Munroe, the only daughter of Princess N'Dare and David Munroe.
Their stay in Egypt became became tragic when a plane crashed to their house with only the young Ororo surviving and has left her claustrophobic. Young Ororo didn't know that it was her powers that protected her from harm.
She was raised by Achmed El-Gibar who taught her to be a skilled thief, skilled in hand to hand combat and lockpicking.
She soon traveled to Kenya and was worshipped as a goddess. Professor X then invited her to join the X-Men and help him realize his dream of humans and mutants living together in peace.
Many things has happened to Storm then. She went mohawk, she became powerless, she also became a leader of the X-men. She became a temporary member of the Fantastic Four and also became a member of the Avengers but stopped being one after the start of the Avengers vs X-Men event.
Storm has the ability to manipulate weather. She can control air, pressure, lightning, etc. and she can fly.
I have been working on this comic for a little while. This is the first page. I will have more pages to show, but for now i only have the one. What do you guys think?
This is amazing, I love all the individual reactions. But, the girl/guy behind the black guy with his hands on his head seems kinda... apathetic to the situation.
Still, this is sweet, f'ing sweet.
Thank you very much! That was one of the best comments I've received so far. As usual I will be posting more on Monday. Thanks for checking this out!
Anyone have any good Jesus comics? I'm looking for any comic with Jesus in it but I prefer ones like this
I have a few of the ones shown OP. I've seen more but that's all I have. Last one is from some other artist.
saints young men is a manga, its humor is allright. theres also mark millers american jesus and sean murphys punk rock jesus
Ahh no-one knows what it was?
At one point God thought the Israelites abandoned him and he was lounging around bummed out, then they came up to him and he said 'you fucking fuckers' with tears in his eyes.
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I'M GONNA POST TMNT. YOU'RE GONNA READ IT.
http://www.mediafire.com/?mvzhyownzzj Book I
http://www.mediafire.com/?mnnjm0dnmtm Book II
http://www.mediafire.com/?zmynlognygn Book III
http://www.mediafire.com/?zjzlzmzbjju Book IV
This is the first 11 issues or so, plus extra shorter shorties, in color. This is where it all started. If this goes over well I'll post more.
Is Batman really a superhero?
Have you read Dial H #13? Is a dicussion that concludes that Batman is not a superhero. I strongly rec it.
The real question is... Is Aqua Man a real superhero
What does /co/ think of Homestuck? http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6
I read what I thought was pretty far into the series, but that Andrew (is that his name?) guy is so prolific I don't think I could ever reach the end.
I liked it, got a little sour on it after seeing the reams and reams of fanart and animations based on it. Reminded me if I applied real effort I could produce beautiful popular work instead of admiring other people that do :/