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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.1003615[Reply]

The last time we did this we got some clay-mation, interesting perspective work, and some neat little edits. I know what I did is crap but we have to start with something. Have fun and take a crack at it.

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 No.1039241

File: df42df5542a28ce⋯.gif (435.99 KB, 518x391, 518:391, pickle.gif)

File: b61615950a59fcc⋯.gif (435.99 KB, 518x391, 518:391, pickle_slow.gif)

Realized I never posted this here.


 No.1039264

>>1037290

2 giant starfish in a raincoat sneaking into an 18-rated movie.


 No.1039547

>>1039511

And?


 No.1049054

bampu from last thread


 No.1057693

One Question…

>How many of you here use a mouse for this?




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 No.1050255[Reply]

I'll start off with a classic:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACHVwA1D8fE

release tarboy 2 you fucking coward

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 No.1057481

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Does this count as cool?


 No.1057675

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>already on page 10

Is the happa spammer still at it? Anyhow, here's a bump, i'd webm the embed but ffmpeg doesn't wanna work today


 No.1057676

File: 88b5ce8e86cec11⋯.webm (7.07 MB, 640x350, 64:35, Man Spaghetti-1Dkq6Lp8_gg.webm)

Here's one I could webm


 No.1057689

>>1057481

Yeah that one is pretty good. I think he's trying to get a full series from it.

>>1057675

honestly I like this guy's work.




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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.1057766

>>1057673

That doesn't make sense perspective wise, it looks like Dorothy is at least 3/4 facing away from the door, especially judging by the shadows. No way you're seeing a nosebleed from that angle. Speaking of shadows why's her room interior black? Guess she's one of those people that are productive in a dark room with the door open.

>>1057674

>>1057681

Unless ascended Janny has changed the rules this thread will be the only DoA thread until it hits 750 posts or page 15. Any new ones will be duplicates and would be deleted. Gotta go to the catalog to get here, like I have for the QC thread for over a month.


 No.1057773

>>1057766

It be easier if the thread was deleted now


 No.1057855

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>>1057673

Becky being aggressively nice in an effort to establish a weird rivalry friendship is probably the only good thing she's ever done as a character. She could pretty easily get Dorothy to stop being a cunt by saying she's trying to sway Robin's political approach to one more aligned to their views, but it fits with her motive that she doesn't. Watch this fall apart in the next comic, though.

>>1057773

I guess you could do that, though I'd still say don't. I see no reason why guys can't just use the catalog. If we see an obvious prolonged drop in posters maybe.


 No.1058047

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>>1057855

GOTCHA BITCH


 No.1058246

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File: a97604da9fde657⋯.png (342.42 KB, 1000x333, 1000:333, 2019-04-26-freeloadin.png)

This is retarded. Why didn't she have her rehearse?

And what's wrong with DeSanto's mouth in the last panel?




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 No.1053348[Reply]

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 No.1057370

>>1053718

Yeah it completely rekt the grrl power shit. Not only is she special specifically because she's no longer a human/woman, but getting "empowered" that way is a direct result of getting gang raped (although the latter part was implied from the start).


 No.1057371

a bunch of the episodes aren't sci fi at all

the witness was scifi themed but more supernatural

the vampire one was just supernatural action horror

so was the werewolf one

the japanese waifu one eventually became sci fi (steampunk really) but had more focus on the nature spirits

the yogurt one had a scifi premise but the story was more just a surreal comedy


 No.1057372

>>1057371

also red army vs demons was just supernatural


 No.1057376

In terms of mature animation anthology, is better or worse than Where The Dead Go To Die?


 No.1057403

>>1057371

You do realize that supernatural has only been "excluded" from sci-fi in the 90s and exclusively in the mainstream, right?




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 No.1029767[Reply]

>Sources tell Variety that Warners and Warner Animation Group (WAG) are in negotiations with “Shaft” helmer Tim Story to direct the new “Tom and Jerry” live-action/animated hybrid. The studio has also brought on Chris Columbus as creative producer on the new “Scooby-Doo” animated movie.

>Warners has been strengthening its animation slate since production on the “The Lego Movie,” which coincided with the formation of Warner Animation Group in 2013. Allison Abbate was tapped to oversee the division and executives, including Jesse Ehrman and president of production Courtenay Valenti, have made a big push to get classic titles like the Hanna-Barbera properties off the ground. The studio understands how much of its history is rooted in these iconic characters, and wants to give them as much attention as DC and Harry Potter projects.

>Warner Bros. is aiming for a balance of animated features and live-action hybrids, and in a rare move, the studio has made a concerted effort to make sure the animation and live-action teams are working hand in hand in developing these projects, something rarely seen at other studios. Executives also understand that for the animation to be strong for the hybrid projects, the VFX some studios use won’t work as well as going through the animation process, starting with storyboarding the characters, instead of pre-vis, to help develop each individual’s arc.

>“Tom and Jerry” is expected to be the first live-action hybrid to shoot in 2019 and insiders say timing helped when it came to landing the “Ride Along” director, who had worked in animation. Story recently finished production on New Line’s “Shaft” reboot, and was talking to WB execs about what he was interested in doing next. When the classic cartoon property was brought up, Story immediately mentioned his admiration for the characters and how he’d love tackling that property. For that film, the plan is to shoot in the real world with animated versions of the familiar cat and mouse duo. Sources also say that since Tom and Jerry didn’t speak and relied on physical comedy to draw laughs, this version will stick to that style and not cast actors to voice the duo. That decision should also help add to the international appeal of the film.

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 No.1048191

>>1047244

<human lead

>tom & jerry film

>it's not about tom and jerry


 No.1048192

>>1048180

>phoneposting


 No.1048199

>>1047343

>feels good when my favorite movies and shows are too politically incorrect for current year to be infected

That's why they're getting a remake retard.


 No.1048277

In all seriousness how would Tom & Jerry work as a film? There's only so much you can do with slapstick for an hour and a half before it becomes grating.


 No.1057399

>>1048277

Probably something similar to what they did with their first animated film. Spoiler: there was almost no slapstick




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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

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>>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.




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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.1057307

>>1057304

That's not even what's good about it. Hell, the "raw shock value" of Watchmen is maybe like two pages.


 No.1057311

>>1056794

>Alan Moore thought "hey, we can do more with superheroes and comics than we are currently doing".

Bullshit. All his writing is filled with arrogance and LOATHING, and he has done fucking NOTHING with his own work.

The truth is that the man is a arrogance bitter asshole who thought he deserved "Higher Level" work, but then turns out he couldn't and his ideas ended up destroying the medium.

I call bullshit on his

>"people just copied his style of writing rather than his philosophy of writing."

thing. Its more like his bad ideas are thrust back into his face and now he has to live with them.

League of Extraordinary Gentlement is a great example. Remove moores name, and all your left with is a butchering of classic characters with stupid levels of unnecessary grimness.

Like Imagine so many of his "Classic" Stories without his name attached and imagine say…Dan Didio as the editor. Practically the same thing.


 No.1057351

Watchmen was good because of how the character the creator made that we were supposed to dislike ended up being possibly the fan favorite, eat shit Moore


 No.1057358

>>1057142

>you're giving cervantes way too much credit, he wanted to make a satirical work

This is getting to fucking meta for me but are you making a deconstruction of the idea that one of the greatest works in written history and the most important literary piece of the spanish language was just some cripple who wanted a few shekels?

Don Quijote was first thought as a comedy and it took 200 years to find out the full spectrum of ideas behind the work. Part 2 was not just about giving the midle finger to a fanfic writer, it really is about human nature. By the end of part 2 it is actually Sancho who eggs Quixote on with wild and fantastic ideas, even on his deathbead, instead of the other way around.

Saying this is a serialized work is anachronistic - you are applying XXIst century mindset that should not belong.

t.litfag


 No.1057361

>>1057351

Well, Dr Manhattan is the best character. Only edgelords like Rorschach the best.




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 No.1021119[Reply]

Considering it seems to be everywhere at the moment and its technically in line with 616 cannon, anyone here got the new Spider-man game, is it better than Ultimate Spider-man(gc) or Spider-man 2 and how much did Dan Slott ruin it?

Also /co/ related vidya thread

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 No.1056604

>>1056603

>One sentence is a blog

>>>/suicide/


 No.1056701

File: 62ee6fc0d86bf47⋯.png (81.46 KB, 640x480, 4:3, batman doom.png)

Batman doom is a pretty kickass and complex mod for doom released in the late 90s that's definitely worth playing. Might not work properly depending on which source port you're using or if you're using vanilla doom. Thankfully patches have been released over the years.

https://doomwiki.org/wiki/Batman_Doom


 No.1057331

>>>/v/16378936

I think some of you might already know this, but City of Heroes still had a single private server running that was in the hands of some control freak, he's since decided to release the source code after everyone started hounding him.


 No.1057347

>>1057331

Delete the thread already faggot.




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 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)

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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?!




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 No.1053777[Reply]

Those fuckers. Our shit.

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 No.1057291

>>1057280

>bike cuck giving that lesson

I'm not saying that he can't change his worldview but it would more accurate to his views if he made a spiky lump out the lies (my bike being stolen made the world a better place), baked it, and hugged it.


 No.1057334

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>>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.




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 No.1056937[Reply]

Recently I asked around here and there for recommendations on Spider-Gwen books because to be honest I was really attracted to the design and without knowing too much about the whole Marvel Universe but enough to at least know who Gwen Stacy was.

The thing is, everyone agreed on something, when it comes to art Spider-Gwen only has good covers and got me thinking, is this a frequent thing in comic books?

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 No.1057017

File: 07b6ebd3d006363⋯.png (792.94 KB, 600x910, 60:91, Gurihiru Squirrel Girl Cov….png)

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>>1056953

In Marvel, Gurihiru are the best artist team consistently working on interiors. Unfortunately, they are currently saddled with art duties for Unbeatable Wasp relaunch.

Tradd Moore is pretty good, but he seems to be Cho's replacement as the cover artist who sometimes does interiors to lure people in. Just like Cho, he will likely do less and less interiors as the time goes on. Moore is also getting a bit too extreme with his artstyle lately if New World is anything to go by. It slowly starts to look like western knockoff or Keisuke Itagaki's style.

DC has Sean Gordon Murphy. He is very good overall, but sometimes cuts corners and gets sloppy. Still, he is the best American comic book artist currently working when it comes to drawing cars, bikes, and other machinery. There is also Sean Williams, who is capable of some high quality artwork, but his layout experiments sometimes turn out mixed results. Other than that, DC has some competent people, but no one outstanding. Generally, it is easier to find competent art in a DC book than a Marvel one.

There are quite a few competent people drawing non-big two comics. However, the last person to be truly impressive was Jason Stokoe. I am not too up to date on more recent indie books, since I have less time to read comics nowadays, and prefer European stuff followed by manga.


 No.1057019

File: 8d4ce9f6abfbbe1⋯.jpg (24.76 KB, 294x312, 49:52, osborn.jpg)

>>1056937

MUST RAPE AGAIN!


 No.1057251

>>1056984

The premise of her character sounds like that show on Netflix where this chick was raised in an underground cult but then gets liberated and has to adjust to modern life.

>>1056991

Funny thing about that one I don't think even the feminists liked it that much.

>>1057017

>Trad Moore

I have to get around to reading Luthor Strode.

I know Stokoe mainly from some Godzilla stuff. I still got to read Half-Century War.


 No.1057257

File: 4042c553e143ae7⋯.jpg (170.45 KB, 585x898, 585:898, chew-6_4b15f8c983.jpg)

>>1057012

This is probably my favorite cover from the series, barring the comic con variants


 No.1057259

>>1057017

>Sean Williams

That's JH Williams that you've posted




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 No.997616[Reply]

https://archive.is/XVua6

Who's ready for another continuation of a show that ran out of steam two seasons ago?

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 No.1057144

>>1057141

disappointing


 No.1057146

The thing I hate the most about this show is it trivializes depression and everyone who watches it thinks its some like funny ironic cool thing to be depressed.

Most people who think they have depression are just mildy unhappy with their life choices. More importantly, they're usually just in a depressing situation and unaware that their environment is giving them all of this anxiety and sadness. STEM majors.

Real depression is fucking being unable to move. Having shit to do that you want to do and being unable to just put the effort in ans fucking do it. It's not being "sad", everyone fucking gets sad, it's a part of life. It's not melodramatic with panic attacks or cutting or suicidal thoughts the last one is just par for the course in clown world. Actual depression fucking debilitates you. I was a smart kid, I skipped twk grades and you know what happened to me? Halfway through college I just fucking gave up. I was an academics GOD and when it hit me I couldn't even write a fucking 600 word essay twice a week. I failed everything, and then the failures just stopped hurting and I stopped feeling ashamed. You know that sense of dread you feel when you miss a deadline on something important, imagine if you never felt that again in your life. Sounds good, huh? You think that until you realize that for years the only thing moving you forward was your fear of failure.


 No.1057147

>>1057146

fuck pressed post goddamn

You just have shit to do, and it seems to fucking easy, and you just don't do it. It's not like you don't care, or don't want to, or can't. You just don't do it. And there's no excuses. You let all of this shit just slip away from you, and you try to explain this to somebody and they just think you're some lazy faggot because they think depression is just like a TV drama.

If you can still reliably get up in the goddamn morning and go to work, go to school, or do whatever chores you have to do, you're not goddam depressed in my book. You may be stressed, or sad, or whatever, but you aren't depressed. You're still a functional human being, you aren't broken yet. So just shut the fuck up and get back to work, because I won't.


 No.1057186

>>1048794

I just feel disappointed when they did the "It gets easier" final of a season just not to follow that, to have Bojack finally redeem himself.


 No.1057213

>>1057146

Normalniggers are unable to deal with regret and poor choices. People worshiping Bojack as "relate-able" are proof of that.




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 No.1042829[Reply]

Didnt see anything in catalog. Let's have a comic creator resource thread. Writers, artist, inker, letterer, colorist, or any questions pertaining to creating and publishing your work.

Publishers

Marvel - https://www.marvel.com/help/category/17/topic/30 - does not accept portfolios anymore. You need to know someone to get hired now.

DC - https://www.dccomicstalentworkshop.com/artists-workshop/how-to-apply/ - they have a workshop set of courses every year (or have been lately) that you can submit work and portfolios towards admission. This can lead to work and showcases, like the New Talent Showcase 2018 issue ( https://www.dccomics.com/comics/new-talent-showcase-2016/new-talent-showcase-2018-1 ).

Image Comics - https://imagecomics.com/submissions - Accepts Artists: We accept inking, pencilling, lettering, or coloring samples. Writers: We accept proposals only. Clique group. Without a name, youll find trouble getting support from Image. Knowing someone is best way to get there and having previous work or status (novels, film, etc). Not the 'indy haven' it used to be.

https://jasonthibault.com/definitive-list-comic-publisher-submission-guidelines/ - this is a longer list of publisher and guidelines updated for 2018 standards.

Crowd funding is a great way to get funds, but also entirely name based and getting info out there. Need twitter and other media. Youtube channel is very good if artist for basic livestream drawing sessions or critiques, helping improve art of followers, etc. Jim Lee has a good channel for this. Ethan van Sciver used to do insider talks on his Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1054645

>>1054588

Ah I remember that one. I'm kinda curious as how you would do surreal humor. I guess it tends to look like random stuff but there's more to it than that right?


 No.1055333

>>1054645

My take on it is that you need to lead somebodies expectations in one direction but at the right moment you have to shatter those expectations in a comedic way. You have to let people think they know what’s going to happen but quickly do something to surprise them then make them laugh not only at themselves and their expectations, but also how rediculous the thing in front of them is.


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Messing around with line art. Trying to decide if I like a messier look or a cleaner one.


 No.1056038

>>1055457

not bad.


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The State of Visual Narrative In Film And Comics by Peter Chung: http://archive.vn/Z8aOR




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