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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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IDW Ghostbusters Volume 2
“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.”
So I know that Fawcett is not around anymore but that didn't stop them from creating what was possibly the most popular superhero of the Golden Age in February 1940 when they came up with the concept of the World's Mightiest Mortal.
From what I understand, Captain Marvel books were so popular they outsold Superman books 2 to 1 in the 1940's.
I thought it was a brilliant concept to have a young boy turn into a Superhero by simply uttering a magic word. Reading the reprint of Whiz #2 is one of the most memorable stories of my childhood.
The formation of the entire Marvel Family was another neat idea.
hey guys, can you recommend some good Ms. Marvel + Spidie issues, i've just read the Siege
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Foom Magazine #15 came out in September of 1976. It features a two page written interview with Marvel Creators about “whats next”, and a full page splash of Ms.Marvel by “Jazzy” John Romita Sr. and a preview image of the full cover for Ms.Marvel #1.
The current established first appearance of Ms. Marvel is Ms. Marvel #1 was published by Marvel in January of 1977. So… Foom #15 came out Four months before Ms. Marvel #1 and features a Cameo at worst of Ms. Marvel. The First Cameo appearance.
Just finished One More Day and I have to say I liked it.
Peter's desperation is done well, the scene with Iron Man is great, so is every panel with Mephisto, possible outcomes of Peter's life interesting. Only the very last issue is bad, some pages real bad. They clearly cornered themselves. I like the idea that rather than giving up the merriage to save May, they gave it up for Peter to not end up miserable for the rest of his life and is allowed to find peace, but it was executed poorly and in a confusing way.
From the perspective of Spider-Man's status, I do not mind Peter becoming single and basically a younger version of himself. But, I really digged Back in Black and I think it is a pity they did not do one or two more arcs to develop Peter Parker as a felon. It is even a bigger pity, because BND was already planned, so they could have pushed Peter much further, since it would do no harm to the long-term mythos.
Marvel's Kevin Feige to Produce Next Installment of the Spider-Man Franchise with Amy Pascal
(Culver City, California, and Burbank, California February 09, 2015) – Sony Pictures Entertainment and Marvel Studios announced today that Sony is bringing Marvel into the amazing world of Spider-Man.
Under the deal, the new Spider-Man will first appear in a Marvel film from Marvel's Cinematic Universe (MCU). Sony Pictures will thereafter release the next installment of its $4 billion Spider-Man franchise, on July 28, 2017, in a film that will be co-produced by Kevin Feige and his expert team at Marvel and Amy Pascal, who oversaw the franchise launch for the studio 13 years ago. Together, they will collaborate on a new creative direction for the web slinger. Sony Pictures will continue to finance, distribute, own and have final creative control of the Spider-Man films.
Marvel and Sony Pictures are also exploring opportunities to integrate characters from the MCU into future Spider-Man films.
The new relationship follows a decade of speculation among fans about whether Spider-Man – who has always been an integral and important part of the larger Marvel Universe in the comic books – could become part of the Marvel Universe on the big screen. Spider-Man has more than 50 years of history in Marvel's world, and with this deal, fans will be able to experience Spider-Man taking his rightful place among other Super Heroes in the MCU.
Happy for the character Supergirl that in her 55th anniversary (1959-2014) of her comicbook existence, there is confirmation she will have her own tv series!
Mine was He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. What was your's /co/?
One of the biggest anime sensations of the modern age, "Dragon Ball Z" has a new film hitting theaters in the spring, and judging by the first footage, it's set to hit all the right chords with fans of the series.
My cartoon obsessions in chronological order:
Ren and Stimpy
Beavis and Butthead
Rick and Morty
Transformers from the 80's
Strawberry Shortstack vs. the Creepy Cruller!
hurry up and get to the part where Clarissa reports her father to the police and they drag him off, crying and screaming, to be raped to death in prison.
And then she has to deal with her bullshit mom and brothers blaming her for the changes in their lives.
New webcomic, check it out :D
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