There's a new /777/ up, it's /selfhelp/ -
You're Pathetic, We're Pathetic, We Can Do This! Check it out. Suggest new
Movies & TV 24/7 via Channel7:
.m3u file. Music via
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:
Message too long. Click here to view the full text.
Now, I would be interested in every comic that is mentioned in the OP as well as others, but this thread is years old and many links are dead. Are there any more fruitful methods towards obtaining these than Googling or requesting them here?
Why do people like sonic cartoons so much? He has the most spergy and annoying fanbase, and i just dont see why his franchises so popular.
Think you answered your own question. It's a cartoon for spergs.
>Why do people like sonic cartoons so much?
>i just dont see why his franchises so popular.
It isn't. There are really only two Sonic fans. Chris-chan is one of them and the other is Blood_skull_boi84. No one else even remembers Sonic and if we all ignore it, and them, it'll all go away.
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!
Looks like cbs went ahead and based their supergirl costume color schema on Axel Brauns porn parody version after all, since everyone made fun of NBCs costume for looking more like a low budget porn costume than an actual low budget porn costume did... lol
A TERRIFIC adversary for Supergirl!!!
I kind of like it, but then I'm a latex fetishist.
Remember, you can't spell "uniform" without U N F.
Mine was He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. What was your's /co/?
, Happy 30th anniversary J&tH.jpg
Superman is my new hero. He kicks the KKK's ass and doesn't afraid of anything.
Superman is a bro. I like him
, superman ear bullet.jpg
, Peek #1_400px_wide.jpg
Clarissa is returning!
Is there more??? These are the same pages from a year ago.
i'm pretty sure that this is it since the last time he updated it which was a life time ago now
It's 2015, the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future and the year that Marty McFly and Doc Brown travel to in Back to the Future Part II. I celebrated the 30th anniversary by attending the largest screening of Back to the Future ever just the other day, and fans can expect more BTTF goodness when October rolls around, since that's the specific month that Marty and Doc (and Jennifer) travel to.
One of the things fans can get excited about is a new Back to the Future comic series from IDW, which Comic Book Resources reports will be overseen by film co-writer Bob Gale and will answer some of the biggest questions fans have had about the film franchise over the years. Gale says:
They came back to me with some story pitches, but they were overly focused on time travel and didn't feel like they were really "BTTF." So that got me thinking about what we could do in a comic series that would fit squarely in the "BTTF Universe" but not feel like an attempt to do "BTTF Part 4" or "imitation BTTF" or "BTT: The Clone Saga."
The answer was based in the movies, particularly "Part II," in which we see two sequences that happen "in between" the existing 1955 scenes from "Part 1": The bit in which Biff gets his cleaned-up car back and then harasses Lorraine as she picks up her dress for the dance; and the conceit that there were two Martys doing different things during the dance...
And then there were the fan questions. Bob Zemeckis and I had been asked many times, "How did Marty and Doc meet?" and "How did Doc's house actually burn down?" So I thought that a series focused on tales in these areas, dealing with the characters as we know them from the movies, answering some of these questions, would be worthwhile. Maybe these stories could enhance or fill in things from the trilogy.
John Barber ("Transformers") and Erik Burnham ("Ghostbusters") will be handling the writing duties, while a rotating group of artists comes into the fold; the first issue will feature art by "Batman '66" artist Brent Schoonover. The first issue tracks how Marty and Doc first met in 1982, how Doc became involved with the Manhattan Project during World War II, and how Doc's house burned down.
Sound like something worth reading?
, rejected First cover.jpg
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.
The volume 2 link isn't working, can someone repost it please?
Ack ack? Ack!
I love that movie.
Does anyone have the rest of "Take me to Work Day"? It's supposed to be out by now, but I can't find it anywhere.