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Anonymous ## Mod ## 16/01/13(Wed)22:06 No. 24379 [Reply] Stickied

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This is now the, official, request thread for /co/.

I shouldn't have to say this, but: Spamming, Flaming, and the such will result in a ban.

Take it easy~

shout out to MASONIC Anonymous 18/11/09(Fri)03:34 No. 25379

thanks for the KODT upload , these are awesome!

Comic Uploads Anonymous 09/07/25(Sat)16:37 No. 7618 [Reply] Stickied

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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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Anonymous 18/11/12(Mon)21:17 No. 25381 [Reply]

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The last of the greats, and someone who helped shape my childhood, is gone. Go in peace, Stan. Excelsior!

Captain Marvel who's secret identity is Billy Batson Anonymous 13/06/29(Sat)00:03 No. 23609 [Reply]

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“It’s just such a great idea – you say a magic word, and suddenly you can fly, and bullets will bounce off you. Just a really, simple, great concept.

“I think the key is that magic word, ‘Shazam.’ Magic words are something that go back in fiction, back to myths and legends and The Arabian Nights. It’s just something that resonates for us, I think. And it’s such a good magic word – it sounds like ‘Alakazam.’

“Even Gomer Pyle was saying it. Dave Chappelle was saying it on his show. I’ve heard it in rap videos. Everyone knows what it means, it’s ‘Shazam!’ It’s the transformation into something else, like ‘Let’s go!’ It’s a call to action.

“And the costume – the red outfit with the lightning bolt. How many times in our lifetime have we seen generic parody superheroes, whether in an advertisement or anywhere, with a lightning bolt on their costume? The lightning bolt has almost become the generic symbol for a superhero, and it has its roots in Captain Marvel.”

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February 29, Happy Birthday Cap! Warren Ellis 16/02/29(Mon)23:55 No. 24441

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Anonymous 16/05/17(Tue)00:32 No. 24638

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>I share birthdays with captain marvel

Anonymous 18/11/06(Tue)21:02 No. 25375

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People forget how popular Captain Marvel was at one time. He had his own radio show, a movie serial and outsold Superman for a time. Imagine OUTSELLING the most prominent superhero of all time at the height of popularity for the medium. That’s bananas. But Captain Marvel would have been pretty well-known to a generation of Americans. So it’s not strange that some parts of the Captain Marvel mythos would become part of the zeitgeist, even when the people saying “Shazam!” may not understand the origin of the term, the same way that most people don’t know that terms like “Brainiac” and “Bizarro” originated with Superman.

Out of context comic panels Anonymous 18/10/28(Sun)13:15 No. 25357 [Reply]

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Anonymous 18/11/01(Thu)17:39 No. 25369

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Courtesy of Preacher.

Anonymous 18/11/01(Thu)17:44 No. 25371

Nextwave is a goldmine. I recommend it to anyone who likes comics that don't take themselves seriously.

Anonymous 18/11/03(Sat)16:33 No. 25373

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Anonymous 18/10/22(Mon)07:04 No. 25346 [Reply]

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Why is he so Amazing?

Anonymous 18/10/24(Wed)00:30 No. 25349

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Spider-man is the most Marvel character that Marvel has. He's flawed. He's late for work, has relationship trouble, is awkward and nerdy. It was through his actions that Gwen Stacy died. He couldn't save his friend Harry. Spider-man was a fairly realistic character when they were few. DC's characters are paragons, Gods among men. Marvel's are people. People with extraordinary powers, but still people. He's also had to benefit of growing up with his readership, from a lanky teenager to a married man. In a very real way Spider-man is all of us, the Everyman. That's why he's amazing, it's because he's spent 50 years resonating with his readers.

Mmm mmm Anonymous 18/10/29(Mon)01:49 No. 25364

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>Because the impact he had on Marvel and he made Venom and a bunch of other characters

Anonymous 17/11/17(Fri)07:33 No. 25173 [Reply]

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Not trying to sound like a SJW, but how come no comic book creator has created a transgender superhero that is written realistically with problems that someone might actually face and not this made up bullshit of misgendering PTSD. This could provide an actual interesting dynamic to the character.

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Anonymous 18/10/08(Mon)18:06 No. 25307

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Exactly like Kamala Khan.

Anonymous 18/10/21(Sun)05:03 No. 25344

As a man who is in favor of more diversity in media, it annoys me how often it feels less like real diversity and more like just blatant, condescending pandering.

Anonymous 18/10/27(Sat)02:14 No. 25355

Are you referring to films like Black Panther?

Anonymous 17/05/22(Mon)10:57 No. 25108 [Reply]

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Batman is a much better than character than Superman. I understand that Superman's main appeal is that he is a perfect man and his goody persona is heartwarming. But this can only go so far until it gets boring. Batman on the other hand is a self made hero that has many flaws to make him an intriguing complex character. This is because Bruce knows if he gives up being Batman he will find happiness but his vengeance is what drives him. Also I dont know why anyone would root for Superman to beat Batman in a fight. Superman beating Batman is something very realistic and predictable. Watching a god pummel a man dressed as a bat isnt something that would be interesting in a comic book setting. Rather the underdog and the one that relies on brains instead of brawn should be the victor. I am not a batfag, I just know that Batman is a superior character to Superman.

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Anonymous 18/10/21(Sun)05:18 No. 25345

I don't find Superman's goody heartwarming persona boring at all. In fact, with the way everyone and everything has to be so dark and brooding all the time these days, it's actually kinda refreshing.

Anonymous 18/10/25(Thu)21:57 No. 25351

I look at Superman more like a god walking among man and trying to fit in. Because of that, he's burdened with being the good guy, like the anchor that keeps the world together. If he isn't then he loses the only home he ever knew.

Anonymous 18/10/26(Fri)02:52 No. 25354

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You're kind of right. DC's heroes have been likened to gods. The classic Justice League line-up gets called the Pantheon and the three largest characters of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman get called the Trinity. Superman is meant to be bigger than life. A paragon of everything just and right in the world.

But people tend to forget that he was Clark Kent before he was Superman. He grew up on a farm in Kansas and in modern times he didn't develop his powers until puberty. So his formative years were normal. In the modern movies he feels detached from humanity, like he's above us, and that's why the movies angered fans because Superman would never view himself as above anyone.

Mlaatr Anonymous 18/01/30(Tue)00:02 No. 25206 [Reply]

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This show is better than it's given credit for.

Anonymous 18/10/20(Sat)10:07 No. 25343

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agreed! Plus Jenny was total waifu material

So what changes do you in the MCU from the comics? Anonymous 18/10/18(Thu)16:35 No. 25339 [Reply]

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>Example is Spider-Mans age he's 15 in the movies but like 30 in the comics.
I like the age change in Spider-Man, I also like MCU Thor vs. Comic Thor

Anonymous 18/10/19(Fri)02:41 No. 25342

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Here's the thing, by and large it's all from the books. That's why these movies work, because instead of them ignoring what made the comics great they embraced it. If you liked the style of Thor Rognorak, that's all Jack Kirby's run.

If you like the story of Thor Ragnorak then it gets a bit more detailed. Most of it is taken from the Ragnorak event during Walt Simonson's run on Thor, Thor 272-278. The rest comes from Planet Hulk, Incredible Hulk #92–105 and Giant-Size Hulk #1, actually. Both are good reads. But I recommend reading Walt Simonson's run on Thor if you can, it's the run greatest run Thor has ever had and the movies pull alot from that.

The newer Spider-man movies still take from old school Spider-man. Check out "If This Be My Destiny...!", Amazing Spider-man 31-33 or if you want something more modern check the first arc of Ultimate Spider-man, which is 1-7.

But yeah if you like something about the movies you can find it in the comics, it's just that they are all older runs since the writers need something to work with.

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