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File: 26f9f20231f7122⋯.jpg (33.24 KB, 600x338, 300:169, bild83584_v-tlarge169_w-60….jpg)

 No.924688[Reply]

What's the deal with this show? I mean, I've seen a couple of episodes and it's fun! It's actually pretty cool! Could it be that I watched the two good episodes by chance? Maybe, but I don't think so.

How come they never released it in English? Or Spanish, for that matter. As subs go, I'd be OK with either, but when I look at it I see a perfect show for broad distribution in America and other English-speaking countries.

What's the deal with the lack of distribution?

I wanna watch the whole thing. Are illegal methods the only methods? I'd buy a DVD set. heck, I'd even buy it in the original German. Are there DVDs in German, at least?

There are torrents, but all I can find are TV rips.

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 No.1051515

Is the original live action show any good?


 No.1051553

File: 2598ca0589b90e9⋯.jpeg (185.07 KB, 600x620, 30:31, 02b8f78a542c9d7c4206b445d….jpeg)

>>924688

Can someone reupload the English dub here?

https://boards.plus4chan.org/coc/t51259.html#p51259


 No.1052279

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 No.1052283

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>>924721

>Spanish.

Hello fellow spanish speaker.


 No.1058430

>>1052283

Oh, hi…




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 No.1056753[Reply]

If you like or even love a certain type of medium or genre then why should you feel the need to deconstruct it?

If you don't like or even hate a certain type of medium or genre or don't like certain aspects or tendencies of it then why should you feel the need to deconstruct it? Just ignore it and move to a genre or type of medium you like or offer your own take on it in a constructive way.

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 No.1058360

If you ask me, depending on how you do it. Decons can either be this asshole who openly drop trouser and pee on the pool while everyone's enjoying a nice swim or making a new kind of recipe from tweaking the tried and true recipe. The latter one is rare but it has been done if you look back long enough, the former? That one is common place.


 No.1058365

>>1056753

>Why deconstructing something?

Because "deconstruction" is used by too many pretentious writers who think that a deconstruction automatically equates to new, good, and smart. Deconstruction itself possesses novelty to the pretentious writer. Everyone reuses the cliches associated with it without understanding that those "cliches" were perhaps used appropriately in their own story context.

Fast-forward to today and we have to deal with tons of media that is a form of a deconstruction of another. Dark, brooding, gritty, etc - all bastard children of deconstruction. Nevermind the fact that deconstruction is a postmodernist tool to analyze things so as to better replicate or even fine-tune media for propaganda purposes. Everyone uses it, and thus most works are derivative.


 No.1058390

>>1058365

>Deconstruction = dark and edgy

I have to disagree. I am a writer working on a deconstruction of isekai and videogame comedy, of all things, and it's far from dark. Sure, it's darker than your average comedy isekai, since one character dies and it's kind of a big deal that defines the whole novel, but it is optimistic from start to end.

I wanted to call it a "serious parody", rather than a deconstruction, but that's more or less what a deconstruction is. It's a deconstruction because the videogame jokes work on an asbtract level, rather than by comparing videogame logic to real world logic (no "haha so funny I just ate 30 cheese wheels while the enemy paused and was staring at me", just plain bad gameplay design that can get exploited to hell and back). It's a deconstruction because the protagonist's death matters and its circumstances are carried over to the fantasy world (and doesn't even happen until halfway into the story), and pretty much sets the direction of the novel from that poont onwards. It's a deconstruction because the protagonist's love interest actually doesn't want to be his girlfriend, and it's actually a good thing since she is an insufferable Mary Sue everybody actually hates, so he later on realices she may be better to keep at an arm's length. The protagonist is more of a loser than a guy with a super secret OP skill, so while he eventually becomes relatively powerful to compete, he is far from being unbeatable. Then we get into the part where everything becomes an essay on mathematics, computer science, learning how to let go, redemption, and the afterlife, which would never happen in your average isekai, but that's just there to build up some pretentiousness brownie points. Deconstruction has only become synonymous of edgy because some stupid fucks at TVTropes decided to associate the word to every "genre, but dark and edgy" like when they fucking labeled Madoka as a deconstruction of megucas, when it's clearly a subversion of the genre. Deconstruction is actually about picking apart conventions and clichés of a genre that has degenerated over time due to incestuous writing. Things that used to Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.1058391

>>1058390

Forgot to say: I'm going to go the extra mile, and say that dark and edgy deconstructions require a deconstruction themselves. They became incestuous themselves after Watchmen.


 No.1058393

>>1058391

Not sure how you decontruct dark and edginess, beyond making fun of it, which people have done. There's the "reconstruction" which is also a thing that has been done by shows like Gurren Lagann. Just playing the old cliches straight, and doing them well enough that they seem fresh and exciting again.




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 No.1022951[Reply]

Now I know people are split on CG but lets talk about it for a thread. It has its uses and it doesn't but when it comes down to it is great for animation as a whole.

Take for example Hotwheels Highway 35 a typical toy movie but I think you can appreciate it for the little things the human animation is very dated but I the car/racing animation is really top notch even for todays standards.really shows you why Mainframe were the kings of this shit back in the day.

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 No.1058281

>>1057963

That's because everyone was turned into a robot.


 No.1058291

you guys like green lantern


 No.1058301

File: d22090ec4c01793⋯.gif (6.16 MB, 800x800, 1:1, BearonStairsStopMotion31_t….gif)

>>1057963

>CG is much more static and limited then 2D.

3DCGI is very complicated not static or limited just complicated. You have to care for the rigs, 3D space, lightning, textures, most of the works goes to asset preparations. The workflow is quite similar to stop-motion animation. How complicated this workflow is: Errors are not allowed or you waste rendering time. You can see this in 3DCGI TV Show why they go are safer route, have looped animation and look somehow static.


 No.1058314

>>1038618

>>1038846

Also, they made Digby a cockney, he's supposed to be from Wigan!


 No.1058316

>>1038828

Holy shit yeah. The series was so much better than the shitty CG movies. Sad tbh.




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 No.1036895[Reply]

Well…this is gonna be a thing, how badly are they gonna fuck it up?

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 No.1050709

3DPD


 No.1057954

File: 454b40835c19f08⋯.png (115.94 KB, 214x317, 214:317, ClipboardImage.png)

That is my new waifu right here


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 No.1058003

>>1057954

Holy photoshop.


 No.1058075

File: a9821a99ed428bf⋯.jpg (31.29 KB, 736x459, 736:459, 7133758298f9b271c40d5c30e9….jpg)

>>1057954

The costume was way off, and not in a good way, and no attempt at giving her a green skin.

>>1057956

<autism




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 No.1053322[Reply]

https://archive.fo/3WJgl

>The decision to rehire Gunn –he was fired last July by Disney after alt-right journalists made public a fusillade of decade old social media missives that made light of pedophilia and rape — was one that was mulled and actually made months ago, following conversations with Disney studio leadership and the team at Marvel Studios. Why the change of heart? After the firing, Walt Disney Studios president Alan Horn met with Gunn on multiple occasions to discuss the situation. Persuaded by Gunn’s public apology and his handling of the situation after, Horn decided to reverse course and reinstate Gunn.

Suck it, Cernobitch.

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 No.1057695

Since everybody's exposing everybody, let me ruin both Friday and Rush Hour for you:

>Chris Tucker is a paedophile who needs to rot in the deepest darkest cell, the only reason he isn't caught yet is because he's friends with the Clintons…


 No.1057707

>>1055928

I'm not asking about the bogpill on this. I was wondering how badly the new director they hired fucked up that they needed to rehire Gunn. Time to put down the comics and level up that reading comprehension skills with actual books.


 No.1057708

>>1057707

>I was wondering how badly the new director they hired fucked up that they needed to rehire Gunn.

They never hired a new director.


 No.1058045

Iron Man grabs the Infinity Stones from Thanos’ gauntlet and snaps him and his army out of existence with his nano-tech gauntlet. Pepper gets an Iron Man suit. Everyone gets brought back alive to have a massive showdown with Thanos and his henchmen, who are alive too. Vision is still dead lmao. Cap can use both of Thor’s hammers and his shield is broken in half. All of the female heroes have an all-girl charge scene. Iron Man dies and Cap goes back in time.

Spread the news.


 No.1058048

>>1058045

Late again newfag. Also use the catalog next time.

>>1058040

>>1057991

>>1058042




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 No.1046089[Reply]

>Brand new WB movie featuring the characters of Bruce Timm's Justice League along with new inclusions

Im cautiously optimistic about it, remembering how Batman vs Harley Quinn turned out and seeing most of the original cast absent in favor for worst Martian and diversity quota #67. Though seeing the Legion of Superheroes get more love is always a plus.

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 No.1056698

I guess we can safely say Bruce Timm doesn't have his magic touch if his posse isn't around. It doesn't have Paul Dini's heart nor Stan Berkowitz's intelligence in the script. Dan Riba and Joaquim dos Santos is not around to direct the action and James Tucker and Glen Murakami are not around to storyboard. The only one around is Alan Burnett to be his Yes-Man and a bunch of no-names running on autopilot.

I also find very convenient that Bruce's return to Warner animation coincides with Harley Quinn showing up on stories that have nothing to do with her. I mean, he did co-create her so it wouldn't surprise me if he knew of some legal shenanigans that allowed him to get extra cash over the usage of the character.


 No.1056702

>>1056695

Or it could just be that it happened at some point but not as soon as Dick decided to leave. Could've asked her at some point after the animated series and she declined.

What timeline? There's no clear set of events in order for these series' as a whole. Plus the characters don't age in real time either so that's not an excuse. Superman and Batman's animated shows happen, then JL, then JLU, then that all culminates into Batman Beyond. That's the safest way to look at it. So anything could be placed between the end of JLU to Batman Beyond's time.


 No.1056718

>>1056702

Depends is supergirl shown anywhere?


 No.1056721

>>1056718

In Batman Beyond? No.


 No.1057951

File: c57ee3a989e3df3⋯.jpg (8.04 KB, 480x360, 4:3, unimpressed.jpg)

It really is very terrible. It recalls Justice League season 1 or Superman: Doomsday (the first "Death of Superman" animation) in that it looks like Timm handed some scattered story notes to a useless fanfic-tier hack writer to grind into garbage. Every single line of dialog is awful, the established characterizations are subtly off, the jokes are unfunny, it's heavy on exposition yet still leaves significant events wholly unexplained, and there's no sense of pacing and nothing that happens seems to matter. It's also childishly edgy, with a bunch of excessive blood and profanity. A character exlaims "fart nuggets" at one point, so a millennial must have written this. Superman actually cries out "Great Rao!" in surprise, which is as dumb and jarring as giving Adam West lines to Kevin Conroy. The Big Three barely interact with each other and have zero interpersonal chemistry. A few plot points are direct repeats from episodes of JL/JLU.

The animation is stiff and choppy but the choreography and staging of the fight scenes is actually better than what we usually got on JL/JLU… Batman gets to do cool martial arts, Superman (usually) remembers he has super-speed and gets to do Znyder/DBZ stuff, although because Bruce Timm, he's still not much better in a fight than Batman and gets the crap kicked out of him constantly.

If you've seen any piece of media in the past 10 years, and I envy you if you haven't, you should be able to guess Jessica Cruz's character arc:

>doesn't believe in herself

>screws everything up because she's an idiot

>learns to believe in herself

>becomes more powerful than everyone else and best at everything and everyone loves her

>people she got killed are still dead

For a DCAU fanboy (me), the closest thing to a redeeming point was the continuity and DCAU fanservice and finding out what happens after the JLU finale, and they really try to establish that yes, this is supposed to really be the DCAU, not just recycled designs:

>we see statues of the DCPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




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 No.1037189[Reply]

Every single one of them deserved better.

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 No.1057877

>>1037315

>extremely shitty Hunger Games ripoff that completely misunderstood why people liked Hunger Games

Why do people like the Hunger Games anyway?


 No.1057879

>>1057877

it's Battle Royale for girls


 No.1057934

>>1057879

>it's Battle Royale for girls

I don't follow.


 No.1057936

>>1057934

Its basic premise is Battle Royale, but with a number of changes to target the YA female demographic.


 No.1057939

Personally I believe it was Battle Royale for the US mainstream when they didn't know about BR itself.




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 No.1057102[Reply]

25 years of Hellboy comes to an end.

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 No.1057310

>>1057268

I feel like it could gone over more of the consequences. Like you know what, don't even spoil how the world ends. Like have it focus on Hellboy maybe discussing the inevitable with his friends and how he is sorry about it.

That would be more melancholy, and probably more bitter but less "Whatevs".

I mean the nature of "The end of the world" seems really arbitrary now that I think about it. So like the Ogrdu descend and THEY don't count as the end of the world, neither is the Osiris society causing that deathsplosion.

But hellboy…. doing something something something, does count as the end of the world.

Like if hell entered earth would that still not count as the end of the world till hellboy did…whatever he did?


 No.1057359

>>1057310

Or fuck, a nice "end of the world as we know it" scenario.Humanity will die if they don't change, or they might die and hellboy send them to a nice heaven or turn hell into a heaven for the unfortunate victims of the apocalypse. Or turn people into pseudo frog fish men like Abe or demons like him, mutating them just to survive the destroyed world even if a lot of people die.And at least have a last battle with the Dragon instead of plotkilling it in one page.


 No.1057360

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>>1057310

>>1057359

>spend several BPRD arcs dealing with the apocalypse with millions of people killed

>have both Hellboy and the BPRD fight the Ogdru Jihad directly

>have a whole spin-off book dealing with Abe and the fish men

<THIS IS BLUEBALLING

You niggers never read the books.


 No.1057445

>>1057360

Its like watching 3/4s of a movie and then suddenly watching the last part at X6 speed. Sure there was buildup and events beforehand but that final stretch felt like it zoomed away.

Maybe its the lack of a click. Anyway I will say Im glad its over.


 No.1057800

its certainly better in Hells none ending that either meant nothing to the casual reader or if you remember the wizard and the serpent it was just a 'wait for HB to come back in BPRD!' teaser fodder.

This was a simple but nice resolution. Hellboy is the beast of 'an' apocalypse but not the end of everything, you could really argue he was really only the beast of the apocalypse for hell itself as the ultimate irony of the thing. But humanity survives in the hollow earth as the new 'former masters driven below' like the hyperboreans were to humanity, now the abe sapien men take the surface world not as some demonic invasion but simply life continuing on after an ecological collapse as it has done many times before. Its not 'fuck year humanity' its a very lovecraftian 'we are insignificant and part of a long cycle' the different between mignola and lovecraft is the ethos of mignola is 'the different is choice, thats what makes a man a man' and Hellboy chose rather than have some cavalcade of assholes choose for him. Thats a fitting end.




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 No.1036439[Reply]

On this day, Steamboat Willie was created, and Mickey Mouse made his official debut Despite him technically appearing in Plane Crazy a few months earlier, but that was a test screening so I guess that doesn't count.

In any case, he's turning 90 today. Say something nice to him and his cartoons.

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 No.1047844

>>1036441

Just like Bugs Bunny, because bland is something anyone can like.


 No.1048860

>>1047806

I'm about 70% sure that was because SEGA commit Seppuku by confusing customers and pissing off 3rd party companies and retailers. I wonder what would have happened to Sonic had SEGA been smarter with business decisions and better supported their consoles. At the very least the games wouldn't have been as underfunded and probably less shit.


 No.1057135

Bump


 No.1057239

>>1047844

Bugs Bunny is a trickster who prevails over his antagonists through wit. Far more personality than a generic everyman who can be cookie cuttered into any scenario.


 No.1057782

>>1057239

Even with Bugs that can get old when he always comes out on top. The only time where Bugs doesn't win is against the Tortoise.




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 No.1057661[Reply]

Okay, who the hell pissed off the politics sperg?

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 No.1057763

>I'm a faggot please rape my face sperging

This is what you get when /nofap/ appears at the top of /wmafsex/ for a week.


 No.1057846

>>1057724

>how do we fix our dead board? make it even more dead!


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 No.1057862

>>1057752

I think you should read a wee bit further down on that site, Anon, at least before you go around calling someone dumb.


 No.1058021

>>1057862

You don't think the cia doesn't at least have a backdoor, a agent in the tor organization or tapped their cables, a organization once under their nose; then yes you're stupid.




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 No.1057442[Reply]

It's 4/20 and you know what that means? It's time to blaze on over faster than Mary Jane Watson rushes over to the oft-wounded Spider-man and watch some cartoons! Be sure to reefer your friends!

Norman deflects bullets with his muscles: 28-29

No One Cared About T-Bob Until…Wait, No One Ever Cared About T-Bob: 46-48

Chinese Knockoff Yugioh: 1-3

Yes. I Agree. Captain Murphy's Max Pauldrons Feel Really Good. On The Hole: 27-28

https://vaughn.live/starfish_wasteland

Be sure to vote for what show you want for the bonus episode and the post show today is finishing up Starship troopers

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 No.1057670

>>1057533

Is this edit on the same number of levels of irony as the original?


 No.1057671

MASK drives off into the sunset now it's time for Duel Masters! You'll enjoy it if you play your cards right.


 No.1057672

File: ee65822f43030b3⋯.jpg (418.7 KB, 2048x1536, 4:3, T-Bob Easter Egg.jpg)

Voting MASK


 No.1057679

File: 368dd55a2533dd8⋯.png (124.25 KB, 617x245, 617:245, 1555636325333.png)

voting for duel masters


 No.1057680

Duel Masters has run out of life points, now onto robert cop to restore order




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 No.1047070[Reply]

Might as well have a thread to mock Willis and his crappy comic

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 No.1064250

>>1063329

>It's not illustrated well, but that was Dina speaking from inside the room in the last panel of that comic, not Becky.

How? Doesn't it make more sense to have Becky say it?


 No.1064291

File: 76270d24c51ee02⋯.png (440.51 KB, 1000x333, 1000:333, 2019-06-18-fakey.png)

File: 4f8534adda77fed⋯.png (66.49 KB, 176x328, 22:41, word bubble.png)

>>1064128

Now that it looks like the arc in progress wasn't an Amber Storyline per se, I'm hoping we do go back. Changed my mind. I have long since tired of lesbians and am not eager for wacky hijinks to wed the insufferable character to the boring one.

>>1064250

Not so much. Dina's so enthralled with the giant dinosaur and is so autistic that she doesn't give a shit what Roz wants. Becky is too at a loss as to why the dumb spic actually believes she's a benefit to Robin's campaign to answer like that. As for how it's shown, the word bubble has no point and ends at the door frame, suggesting its point (and speaker) is within the room. It's a detail a better artist would not expect the reader to pick up on. Also the text is slightly smaller in that panel, indicating a lack of volume due to Dina speaking with her regular voice when she should be projecting out to the idiots in the hall.


 No.1064295

>>1064291

Why the fuck is Willis using blue-ghost hands to use sign language ? What kinda retarded garbage lives inside his head where this makes any sense whatsoever ? Why not just… draw her arms the way they already are ? For crying out loud, with her finger gloves it just looks like she's basically one of jeph-jacques' androids.


 No.1064413

File: d4c5619c903fda0⋯.png (436.76 KB, 1000x333, 1000:333, 2019-06-19-exploitable.png)

>>1064291

So is the mute spic going to realize that the object of her desire is an incredibly shallow character? I mean, person? I can't really see any other development.

>>1064295

In his head I'm sure it's stylistic but at best it makes him look like he's copying diagrams into the comic out of a sign language book. Also he is probably not good enough at hands even after like 20 years of doing this to consistently do accurate sign language in his normal art style. After all, if he fucks up at something so core to a marginalized people's identity (deaf people shit) he's gonna hear about it on twitter. Anything but that!


 No.1064527

File: 748c0573e4ae223⋯.png (323.26 KB, 1000x333, 1000:333, 2019-06-20-likelike.png)

>>1064413

Aw dammit I just realized 'dumb spic' and 'mute spic' are interchangeable. Guess I'll have to stick with whore spic for Roz. I was going to admonish myself for imagining such a childish resolution to this plot but I really should have shot lower.




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 No.1051630[Reply]

I just realized there is surprisingly very little /co/ material that focuses in the Crusades from either side. It's either part of an character's backstory (main protagonist is an veteran) or the setting at large but never where the story itself takes place. The closest thing I could find was the El Cid, which is more of a work about the Reconquista even though the Reconquista itself technically predates the Crusades, it's often given crusade treatment by historians.

What are some comics and cartoons that deal bout the Crusades?

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 No.1056845

File: 263f0ade21aa58c⋯.jpg (57.57 KB, 478x640, 239:320, 2445638-karaoglan15_002.jpg)

>>1056724

>Karaoğlan is a Turkish historical comic book that was created in 1963 by Suat Yalaz.

>The comic's story takes place between the 12th and 13th centuries in Central Asia during the reign of Genghis Khan. The main character, Karaoğlan, is a young Uygur Turkic adventurer who worked as a scout in Genghis Khan's army. Karaoğlan is portrayed as a 23-year-old adventurous and brave youngster. He is nomadic and travels throughout Eurasia in his stories. He traveled as far as China, India, Constantinople and Siberia. He is accompanied by his faithful friend Balaban, an ex-captain in the Mongolian army and his father Baybora. His nemesis is Camoka, a Mongolian bandit who raids villages with his men.

>Karaoğlan has an interesting origin story. His mother was killed in a tribal blood feud and his father (which he will reunite with years later) Baybora had to run while Karaoğlan was just a baby. He was raised by a woodsman. Because he was never officially named with a ritual by his father (this was the tradition in those times) the boy remained nameless. The woodsman called him "black boy" (karaoğlan) because of his long black hair.

>Suat Yalaz based his stories on Turkish history and folklore. He was faithful to the language and daily life of that era. Because it originally started as a daily newspaper comic strip, stories were focused for a mature audience with serious issues of war, politics, history and eroticism. Humor is also an important part of stories. Characters are never portrayed as two-dimensional heroes or villains. The socio-political aura of 1960s and 1970s Turkey is also reflected in Yalaz's stories.


 No.1056850

>>1056845

That sounds interesting, how's the art? Good battle scenes?


 No.1056852

>>1056850

Considering how famous it apparently is, and from the cover art (because I can't find a copy anywhere), it's probably worth checking out. I just copy-pasted from the wikipedia article about it.


 No.1057305

>>1055663

Manga improves around issue 50, once the 'prologue' arc is wrapped up. Most people I discussed it with like the second arc the most, and then there is a tossup between first and the third. If you like action, you will likely prefer first part to the third one.

Overall, it is a decent manga, but nothing too crazy. Its fans hype it up too much.


 No.1057367

>>1055663

Well nordic people like germanics and slavs posses steppe dna. But i think the author went a bit overboard with it.




File: 9894d84f10e7f7c⋯.png (702.48 KB, 768x576, 4:3, mysterybox.png)

 No.1057290[Reply]

Welcome to Friday, not Monday, not Tuesday, and sure as hell not Wednesday. Wednesday is kind of an asshole.

And with Friday comes MOVIE TIME WITH TWO JERKS.

And those two jerks live here:

https://vaughn.live/tedfufu

Choose any of the following movies:

The Gumby Movie

Astro Boy

Mad Monster Party????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

OR

You can grow some chest hair and choose the Box.

The Yaki Box smells like… Okay I'm going to break character here. I've tapped into something too horrifying and hellish to unleash. I've finally done it, and I finally feel the cloying, suffocating grip of the emotion called guilt. I am not being facetious. I am not being ironic in hopes that you'll be fooled. I am the person fleeing from the monster, and warning you and your family to run in the other direction while I distract it in hopes of saving you from a bloody, hideous, undeserved death. There are devices and methods in lone Serbian torture gulags that would not even come close to touching this.. thing. This is not meant to be seen. It is clear that some method of black magic was employed in the conception of this, and no moral, upstanding person stopped it from being unleashed into the world. That is what this is. A pure lump of concentrated awful. Do not be fooled. This is not a load that can be shared, Samwise. This is not a game. This is not a joke. This is a solemn warning.

The Ted Box is a good educational movie about a good person and is a good movie compared to Yaki's

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 No.1057320

File: f21418edd60f697⋯.png (136.33 KB, 449x454, 449:454, 6cJ7Lsb.png)

YAKI


 No.1057321

File: 2b9eb5a0130541f⋯.jpg (342.05 KB, 517x773, 517:773, Funny Bunny 1.jpg)

File: 0a202a205bdd8a7⋯.jpg (319.77 KB, 519x776, 519:776, Funny Bunny 2.jpg)

File: ab3f472931c6e3e⋯.jpg (290.74 KB, 524x780, 131:195, Funny Bunny 3.jpg)

Voting Yaki Box


 No.1057322

File: 52e6bdd5f1e01b7⋯.jpg (95.45 KB, 1200x715, 240:143, Hmmm_5401b1_6966587.jpg)

Voting Astro Boy


 No.1057323

>>1057319

Someone posted Fourze so i must agree with him. Astro Boy


 No.1057324

File: 5ddeba6dd9aeecf⋯.jpg (608.59 KB, 600x820, 30:41, easterland.jpg)

Next movie of the night is from the Yaki Box, and it's Easter Land.

This is the movie I warned you about. I tried to stop you. Tried to warn you.

I TOLD YOU IT WAS BAD. BUT YOU DIDN'T BELIEVE ME. WHY DIDN'T YOU BELIEVE ME?!




File: 364685964a525fe⋯.mp4 (5.77 MB, 640x480, 4:3, open the blood gates.mp4)

 No.1053777[Reply]

Those fuckers. Our shit.

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 No.1057334

File: 0c7052caa444f53⋯.png (204.98 KB, 207x253, 9:11, do you have a single fact ….png)

>>1057278

Source?

>>1057281

>Telling him to look it up

At least bring your own proof you lazy nigger. I'm not sifting through hundreds of conspiracy sites with no evidence just because you can't cite an actual scientific source.


 No.1057362

>>1055032

>this whole vaccine argument was a tangent to the point that libshits use hypocritical arguments for them


 No.1057365

File: 2a4454f626e37bf⋯.png (125.76 KB, 320x240, 4:3, cheeeeeeese.png)

>>1057362

and then someone hoped on it because it was easy material for bait. Quite a nasty thing to do.

Just in case you were wondering: the death rate after vaccinations is minimal. Less than a dozen in the last two decades.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4599698/

To be fair, deaths caused by measles are also pitifully low, also less than a dozen in the last two decades. But of course, that's because of the vaccine.


 No.1057868

File: d5c682c6b99766c⋯.png (1.71 MB, 490x2651, 490:2651, ClipboardImage.png)

Maybe political comics need to be more subtle and cryptic.


 No.1058317

>>1054060

It's pretty clear what the message is in the second image, you snarky liberal faggot.




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