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Doomsday Clock Anonymous 01/03/2021 (Sun) 15:29:06 No. 8643 [Reply]
Why does this piece of shit exist? Do people actually like this? And WHY THE EVER-LOVING FUCK did they ADD DOUBLE-PAGE SPREADS BETWEEN CHAPTERS YOU CAN'T READ BECAUSE THE BOOK DOESN'T OPEN WIDE ENOUGH? It's like these faggots somehow forgot their shitty capeshit would be compiled in a book someday, a book my poor sister bought me for Christmas because "it'd be nice to have a book with more than just words in it." This isn't even getting into that awful ending, how boring not-Rorschach was, or how the writer thought Ozymandias commissioning a statue of his dead cat from Jeff Koons was in-character. At least that fat slob of a magicfag had the sense to not read this. My dumb ass read it through to the very end and now I feel physically ill. I never want to see to see Superman or any of these stupid faggots again.
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>>8675 Doomsday Clock is less bad than HBO's show. It's not a high bar to beat. HBO's Watchmen was just a very dumb show. It is like all edgy comics that learned wrong lessons from Watchmen, but live action version that skipped edge for politics overdose and mixed it with modern pandering. It is so clueless that the series almost becomes a parody of itself and of all other modern, incompetent adaptions. Idiotic, cringe dialogue that is supposed to come across as witty, badass, or insightful is the best example. Like many other Watchemn continuations, it only uses superficial elements of the original comic, and characters are dumbed down. At the end of the comic it was clear that Manhattan was not interested in fitting into human society, done with Earth, and that Owl and Silk Specter were done with crime fighting. TV show's entire premise meanwhile hinges on the fact that Manhattan is back on Earth and he suddenly wants to be a normal human. Silk Specter meanwhile is now working as a government agent (back to crime fighting but without a suit) and is obsessed with finding Manhattan. Ozymandias was butchered too. He goes from calculating thinker with a superiority complex in comics, to an over-the-top raging lunatic with an edgy hobby of torturing his clone servants. HBO's show is just a run of the mill modern trash. It literally ends with blue laser shooting into the sky, villain defeated with sneaking back behind him and whacking him unconscious, and a "brave" ambiguous non-conclusion as to whether Sister Night got Manhattan powers. >>8684 It was Lindelof's project, and he will always force in pozz no matter how hamfisted it has to be. Lindeloff is almost 50 years old.
>>8734 It says a lot when every crappy CW/ WB show gets saved by HBO Max but Watchmen is the on that gets the axe.
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>>8643 >Why does this piece of shit exist?

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Anonymous 03/28/2021 (Sun) 09:55:56 No. 10764 [Reply]
What is the best horror cartoon and is it Courage the Cowardly Dog because of a lack of competition or is it Courage the Cowardly Dog because it's so hard to beat?
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>>10808 Mighty Max was considered to be the horror genre, but it wasn't nearly as unnerving as Courage. A good watch though, with one hell of a finale
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>>10808 I guess Scooby Doo, or at least some incarnations of it, can be considered horror mystery. I'd say another show that is a bit horror, would be Over the Garden Wall, which is an excellent show, one of the best shows in modern CN history, and I hope it never gets a second season.
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>>10764 >thumbnail looks like it says "Queen of the Black People"

Euro Comics - Repost Anonymous 04/28/2020 (Tue) 00:16:44 No. 310 [Reply]
Other than 2000AD and Asterix, what are some of the other good comics put out from across the ponds. Burger here with a real interest in reading some.
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Besides Druuna and Manara's work, there is Muse too. It is more recent than well know European erotic comic classics, but almost as good. The story is about a new caretaker, or rather a baby sitter and companion to a rich boy inventor. He lives without parents in an isolated, lavish estate. He works days and nights on his elaborate inventions, automating even the most mundane things. His only companions are a small handful of servants. Our protagonist is supposed to teach the boy how to have a happy, carefree childhood. Unfortunately, the boy is pretty adamant about his inventions, so getting him to enjoy being a kid is a challenge. Another thing that's a challenge are mildly odd things happening at the estate, and protagonists' strange dreams. Since she happens to be a beautiful woman and this is an erotic comic, these dreams usually end up with her in somewhat compromising and revealing situations. Muse aims for a light and carefree feel, so authors do not go as far as Manara tends to. Despite obvious focus on cheesecake, the comic builds mystery well. Trying to find out what's exactly going on and why, makes it a page turner. It’s a quick read, and both tomes can be finished in one sitting. Overall, the plot is a mix of mystery and fairy tale, with some costume drama and a dash of scifi. Other than the mystery, there is not that much meat to the story, but it is still decent fairy tale. Art is loose but very good. Not only the attractive protagonist, but other characters, costumes, machines, and architecture. Visual storytelling and motion is on point too (save for a one goofy panel where protagonist falls out of her boat, and few "quality" panels due to sloppy coloring). Not much corner cutting, although it is pretty obvious that landscapes and furniture are not the priority here. Quite high production values, and that's not very common for cheesecake comics. Everything is drawn by Terry Dodson. Another rarity, since he is an American artist working on a French comic. Not only that, but he spent years working for big two. Muse is lighter and less vulgar than something Manara might publish, but this is still rare for someone affiliated with Marvel and DC. Cho, Wally Wood, and Bruce Timm are the only other high profile creators who dabbled in erotica, at least to my knowledge.
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I finally got around to reading "Les Indes Fourbes." It's a follow-up to a novel from 1604 about a low class scammer known as Pablos. In his pursuit of virtue and adventure, he is taken on a journey around 16th century Spain. Pablos he is plagued by bad luck, succumbs to greed, and engages in various scams. "The Swindler" is English translated title I know it under, but there are other versions. Original novel ends with the main character wondering if he should try his luck in colonies. That's what the comic is about. Bad luck follows Pablos to Americas. He fails in his quest for wealth, and is found half-dead by city guards. His mumbling about El Dorado piques greedy governor's interest. Pablo's interrogation serves as a framing device for the story. Juanjo Guarnido of Blacksad's fame is responsible for the artwork. It is very good, but not quite as good as what you can see in Blacksad. There is less detail, backgrounds are looser, and art is less dynamic. Not bad by any means, but it is obvious that something is missing compared to his art in Blacksad. Maybe Juan Díaz Canales had influence on art despite being a writer, or maybe Guarnido is getting old and tired. It is only a slight step down. Art is still very good and better than most comics. While artwork might not be better than Blacksad's, writing definitely is. That's because Les Indes Fourbes has a different author, Alain Ayroles. Unlike Blacksad's Díaz Canales, Ayroles has far more experience. He is best known for De Cape et de Crocs (Capes and Claws), but wrote many other stories. Writing in Les Indes Fourbes are quite nuanced. Characters that manage to be scumbags, but appealing enough to get reader invested. There are no good guys. Only people with their own agendas committed or desperate enough to do anything. Natives are not saints, and Spaniards aren't all complete tyrants. The worst characters concentrate at the top and bottom of colonial society. Colonists and natives in between get short end of the stick while struggling to get by. In lesser author's hands this story could devolve into typical black and white cliché. Here the main focus is Pablos' personal odyssey as he faces twists of fate. Preachiness is minimal and present only when it servers the main plot. Overall, Les Indes Fourbes is very good. Absolutely worth it if you can understand French or happen to find translations.

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Anonymous 01/11/2021 (Mon) 18:42:53 No. 8793 [Reply]
Meanwhile, on Bizarro /co/…
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>>10933 >Fresh start What I have seen from screenshots, her personality atrophied to basically be a green gorilla. Either a benign retard like Koko or a rampaging animal. Nothing but a green lump of muscle in the background that rarely does or says anything important or entertaining. Fresh start made her an objectively worse as a character. Before Bendis missile she actually had a distinct personality, sense of humor, and unlike most other Hulks she was in control, retained her intellect, and was able to have a proper career.
>>11011 > her personality atrophied to basically be a green gorilla. A happy magical green gorilla that's totally superior to anything that came before, right Bizarro Nona?
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>>11011 Bruce had the potential for multiple personalities before the gamma bomb went off and gave them form. Jen's never shown any sign of MPD. But, because she's a lot more confident when she's a seven-foot-tall gorgeous powerhouse, some bitter cunts decided to make it so gamma causes multiple personalities. It's fucking preposterous and does nothing to explain why Bruce was the only one for decades who had that problem. ... ...is what I'd say if this wasn't Bizarroworld! Ha! I sure do like me a raging amazon who looks like a dude!

Model Sheets Anonymous 01/27/2021 (Wed) 22:19:39 No. 9212 [Reply]
Model sheets thread? Also concept art, because that's fun too. It's relatively easy to find model sheets for cartoons, but I wonder if there's any for comics.
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>>10873 <reading comprehension You illiterate dumbass, I mentioned both minimalism and simplicity in positive context both in my written post and in the pics. <bland >minimalism These are two different things that not necessarily correlate and this an entire new argument. I also talked about the other extreme which is over-detailing. Of course, autsimo, not every character design done back then in cel animation was spectacular, but it wasn't nearly as bad and wide-speared as today. The character designs you brought as examples are still good character designs despite being relatively bland; they got good construction, nice contrast between round and straight lines and overall look appealing. Do you actually try to equate these with SU and AT?! Are you completely retarded? The point was SU and AT are oversimplified , not just simplified. <there's nothing about the process of traditional animation that requires the character design to follow certain rules The limitations of cel animation forced decent construction and simplicity, unlike today when you have motion-tween crap and CGI Greeble which easily enable bad character designs. <cell It's called cel, not the smallest unit of life.
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>>10888 >but it wasn't nearly as bad and wide-speared as today Yes, it was, you utterly ignorant. UPA art style and animation style spread like wild fire because it was cheap and easy to produce in a time where TV animation overthrew theatrical animation. HB took inspiration from UPA, the entire easter block animated tradition is based on these kind of character designs, even Disney and MGM took inspiration from UPA in some degree. Returning to my last post, the first two are fine, as I stated I like a lot Gerald McBoing Boing but the artstyle gets old really quickly and as a example showed the last two: When a UPA influenced cartoon shows a man, generally draws it in a cookie cutter way, with rounded body bit nose and rounded eyes, in other words really generic with really nothing interesting going on. I'm not defending modern crap like AT or SU, what I mean they have bad character design because the people working on them are mediocre, not because of the technique employed and thinking otherwise is stupid and you are retarded for thinking otherwise. The difference between digital and cel is the difference between a mechanical and an electrical typing machine, if the result will be good or bad is up to the artist. >It's called cel, not the smallest unit of life. Meh, you get the idea.
>>10896 <b..but muh UPA >but after watching the same artstyle for a fiftieth time it gets boring and tedious So you got a hateboner for UPA because you watched it so many times to the point you hate it, autistic moron. As I've said before UPA wasn't the greatest, but it was decent and way better than current shit. <the first two are fine All of them are fine you pretentious faggot. <I'm not defending modern crap like AT or SU That wasn't the point you illiterate idiot, the point was you saying UPA is bad as current Calarts/beansmile shit is complete bollocks. <because the people working on them are mediocre, not because of the technique employed and thinking otherwise is stupid <technological advancements have no meaning nor impact It's both, you disingenuous retard; motion tween-crap will easily let you move badly constructed design, CGI will easily allow you to add greeble, digital painting would allow to add as many colors as you'd like without having to consider paint budget, etc. <The difference between digital and cel is the difference between a mechanical and an electrical typing machine No, a good comparison would be between traditional (hand) sculpting to 3D sculpting. Your comparison is stupid because there's little to no difference between the capabilities/limitations of these machines.

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Cartoons / Comics You Can't Quite Remember Anonymous 04/01/2021 (Thu) 05:15:38 No. 10855 [Reply]
There are many cartoons and there are many comics. Chances are there's one you've seen some time ago but for the life of you can't remember the name of, the title of, or anything else except for one or two really specific details. Despite living in the space age of 2021 search engines still can't solve all of our problems and we have to rely on plain old brainpower for some. Hell, with all of the lost media from the 70's-00's and a good chunk of webcomics going out with a whimper there isn't even a guarantee some of these things have a digital footprint left, let alone a physical one. So /co/, is there any oddity that's been bugging you for years, some piece of fiction you could never quite put your finger on? Maybe someone knows else knows about it too.

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Kid Cosmic Anonymous 02/04/2021 (Thu) 04:38:47 No. 9381 [Reply] [Last]
>Craig McCracken >Rob Renzetti >Inspired by classic comics, including Dennis the Menace and Tintin <Netflix Original It's got some potential, but the team is retarded at the moment. Another season is already in the works.
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>>10022 >>10023 >>10024 Well at least Craig doesn't have to worry about the censors much.
>>10020 Its refreshing for a show to acknowledge an actual government presence for once, you can only fight aliens so many times until you start asking where the military is?
>>10325 Yet another reason Sym-Bionic Titan's cancellation still stings.

Cragera vs Grape Ape Watchalong Anonymous 03/30/2021 (Tue) 23:13:01 No. 10811 [Reply]
The cakefather is gonna stream the movie on 8chanTV at around 8pm est. So come and join the fun. >>>/v/273574 Link- https://watch.8ch.moe/view/26985367-f948-4c5a-8da9-bc85a4cdb21d/ Edit: Looks like they moved the date from the 30th to the 31st. So Wednesday it is.
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Thanks, I need chemo now
>>10842 You should've gotten enough radiation already.
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>>10811 >vegetablesssss You had one fucking job. APES DON'T HISS.

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Anonymous 03/30/2021 (Tue) 03:35:11 No. 10790 [Reply]
Has anyone checked Invincible? I'm downloading but can't check until later. Episode 1 magnet: 674f498b
>>10790 Episode 2: 0799ccc5 Episode 3: c5848fb2
Check the catalog, faggot: >>3496

>live-action Avatar show Anonymous 06/11/2020 (Thu) 02:29:14 No. 1807 [Reply] [Last]
https://comicbook.com/anime/news/avatar-the-last-airbender-cabbage-man-live-action/ >Of course, fans would love to see Sie return as the character. The unassuming merchant became one of the best running gags of Avatar, and he is still talked about today. The Cabbage Merchant appears through the show with his stand of produce which always gets smushed by the Avatar and Company. The character, which was meant to be part of a one-off joke, became its own role after fans of Avatar championed the ill-fated merchant. How bad do you think the show will be? Legend of Korra bad? Even worse?
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>>10623 That could have been interesting. I could imagine Zuko going full Tokugawa and isolating the Fire Nation as an attempt for penance and to attempt to rebuild his country as a peace time culture only to be invaded by blackships from the Earth Kingdom 70 something years later. Would have been more interesting than what we got.
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did some zutaran write that fire nation book >>10624 It's weird how even though they set LoK not that long after TLA and even brought back old characters like Toph they didn't really try to make any of the conflicts in it besides Kuvira's be actually rooted in it and the Fire Nation (and that was just an extension of making her Girl Meme Hitler). Not even Unalaq said anything about the war and its' impact on his kind especially. Doubly with how woke Bryke and Co. are so you'd think that just having an anti-colonial villain would be enough.
>>9881 I only watched the first series and not Korra. They can stroke on the woke all they want with stuff like the later. It's clearly not for people like me.

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all imageboards are dead check em hail caesar Anonymous 08/26/2020 (Wed) 02:00:59 No. 4444 [Reply]
ayy
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>>8797 That's gonna take a while.
Where is the wadina porn?
>>10501 In your heart, and mind. try spee's librejp board, he seems to be posting there again

80's Cartoons Anonymous 09/05/2020 (Sat) 03:43:30 No. 4807 [Reply]
What are you anons currently watching? I've been re-watching The Transformers, TMNT and The Real Ghostbusters.
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>>4899 unlikely; MCoG takes place starting in 1532, William Adams was born in 1564
>>4810 G1 was good in bursts, sometimes it came off as good but yeah as mentioned its mostly just a childrens show. Some episodes were fun and gave interesting ideas; and probably were the final turning point in regards to whether transformers should just try proper stories rather than a giant mess of whatever. But it really is just incredibly inconsistent, you'd think Fire in the Sky saying Starscream was a scientist would be ignored or kept; but the show seriously just keeps on swapping back and forth. Season 1/3 are probably the higher points; both have a higher consistency to whether they're really trying at all. Too bad that doesn't apply to season 3s animation; which is usually the worst the show has to offer. All and all, i think ideas and backgrounds are the best the show has; not exactly worth it to watch much of it. The movie is a pretty fun romp even if it is almost incoherent due to how much of it was just cut out. >>4858 >After Beast Machines, the whole franchise got a hard reboot with Robots in Disguise, originally made in Japan and called Car Robots, which is a new continuity, as far as the west is concerned. It should be pointed out, Car Robots was officially a part of G1 and western dub wise its wasn't super distinct. >Then after that there were a series of three more animes that were originally not in continuity with each other, but the english localization mashed them together and said they were the "Unicron Trilogy." Fun fact about this, the unicron trilogy was pre-planned and armada-energon were a part of the same series even in japan. It seems like the japs really didn't want to follow the outline that was made in the west and constantly ignored it till the point of galaxy force where they just made it detached; except even in japan this was retconned into it being the sequel to energon. The english version of armada actually uses earlier versions of episodes, and energon has a dub thats practically nonsense and the only episode they cut is a major character one. Like seriously, the armada toyline had shit that a leaked version of the clear "energon linking point" actually integrated into the show but it is nonexistent in the final. They wanted to use classic characters around the time of unicron arriving, so you have shit like Terrorsaur in the toyline.
>>10404 Actually i misremembered, it was the outline for energon; not the end of armada. I could post all of it but instead i'll just post what i remember rather than digging it up. They find "classic" transformers in unicrons insides(one thing this actually shows is that armada wasn't actually meant to have a fight against unicron); they get mutated by staying in unicron gaining combination abilities(something the autobots in energon retained). And minicons becoming "Omnicons" which also did make it into energon but i don't even remember what the final show really gives as an explanation in regards to them. Basically the outline calls this process unicron turning them into drones, megatron thinks if he finds unicrons spark he can control him so he touches it and begins to mutate rapidly and becomes "galvatron"; the whole "megatron tries to control unicron and it backfires" exists in the final show. Primus was also a part of the outline so it seems that while the final shows are pretty fucking detached they did loosely follow them; though the bios make me think they sometimes very intentionally went in the other direction like with starscream just getting mind wiped. A lot of the bios seem to be reliant on something that isn't the show; starscreams reflects what you would think he'd do in the show so i have to think his armada character arc was actually something planned from the start. The english bios make it pretty clear that the random extreme design changes for some of the armada characters wasn't intended; in fact Demolishor got a third repaint for the cybertron line. Galaxy Force/Cybertron notably feature a really weird continuity in the bios, there's this pretty fleshed out minicon conflict so i have to imagine it was an outline thing; Thunderblast is randomly noted to be friends with Sideways so i have to think the starscream allegiance was planned from the start though was probably intended to last. The black hole focus in the bios makes it seem like it was always intended for unicron to become one after he "died", even if the insanely stupid way they attached it to energon is now reliant on it. Though unicron got a totally new design and toy so who knows.

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MK Ultra Girls Anonymous 02/24/2021 (Wed) 18:19:08 No. 9807 [Reply]
From the GG threads at >>245963 There's more Calarts cancer to be made this time involving mortal combat featuring character designs made by Pan Pizza. About 26 episodes of this shit were already completed. Accord to rumors the general plot essentially it's MK teenagers in school training to be warriors for a specific competition. Half comedy/half action. https://archive.is/DhKyD https://archive.is/JMfo4
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>>10306 The big problem is that if Snyder is proof of anything, it's that enough bitching and calls to have something made by the social media mob will bring it to reality, if it wasn't real, if very well could be if Pan got enough people on Twitter to spam some Warner Bros exec's email with death threats to make a show.
>>10323 There is a difference between making a fake leak for a shitty pitch and demanding an already existing product to be released.
>>10352 Maybe but unless Warner Bros says anything it's on enough of the same boat.

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Is anybody making art like "Do the Evolution" anymore? Anonymous 10/18/2020 (Sun) 03:46:29 No. 6309 [Reply]
I rewatched the video for Do The Evolution for the first time since it came out and was shocked at how good the art is. EVERY SCENE IS A MASTERPIECE. Yes, it's famous as one of the best cartoons ever made, but look at the huge gap between it and anything on TV these days. Is anybody producing artwork and animation with this attention to detail and quality anymore, even for fun?
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It's anime and not all that recent now, but Redline was a visually stunning movie done to a really high level of fidelity that isn't cost effective and likely won't be repeated. It nearly bankrupted madhouse apparently.
>>10349 It also took 7 years.
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>>10349 It's gorgeous. Thank for the rec.

Raya and the Last Dragon Anonymous 03/07/2021 (Sun) 15:05:08 No. 10143 [Reply]
Disney panders to China / SEA with its alta rip off.
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>>10342 The film, what else.
>>10343 Which movie: Raya, Soul or Tom and Jerry?
>>10347 What's the Subject of the thread.

Licensed Comics Anonymous 09/23/2020 (Wed) 09:44:10 No. 5205 [Reply]
Good comics based on films, television, cartoons etc. I’m specifically talking about comics based on properties and expanding them, not just straight novelizations, though those can be good as well.
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>>8153 Goes to show not even Disney trusts modern Marvel to handle its other properties.
>>8153 The 70's Godzilla comic was ok. I like him fighting SHIELD I just wish they'd have him do more stuff in the Marvel Universe. Godzilla getting shrunk by Pym particles was interesting and so was him getting used by aliens to fight in an intergalactic war against an enemy alien faction that uses their own monsters. I just wish they did more creative stuff with it.
>>8153 >GI Joe >snake people I thought that bit was only from the movie? I remember hearing Hama hated Cobra La and that whole thing.

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