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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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Anybody got any Little Victory or Bad Nero to share
The last cartoon you saw is now an edgy comic from the 90's.
What is it like now?
Ren and Stimpy; so, the same, but in print.
And with lots of puches and muscles!
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Clarissa's first new story in ten years.
Superman is my new hero. He kicks the KKK's ass and doesn't afraid of anything.
Lol Superman's a pussy, all you need to do is lure him into a kryptonite filled room and lock door then his bumhole is free for activities.
Superman is a bro. I like him
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Creepy Susie and 13 other tragic tales for troubled children.
Found here on /co/ cause you won't find it anywhere else on the net. TRUST ME.
Can someone post a .zip?
I second that request.
only serious replies pleaes
Also, I ate your shit and shat it out. Now you eat the double shit.
I refuse. Now there's shit on the floor, good job making a mess sex weirdo.
I didn't shit on the floor, I shit on a plate.
The shit on the floor belongs to OP.
It the Stuffed Friend story, done in claymation! Clarissa gets a new bunny toy... The vid is Keedvid-able. Apperently it's done by some students as their film project.
I finally got it to play and it was awesome. Thanks for sharing.
his dick is out.
slow on the uptake, aintcha son
Just started reading Luther Strode and it's probably the most campy, gratuitously over-the-top book I've read since Preacher, minus all the existential bullshit. Definitely takes me back to a time in my youth when Duke Nukem and The Toxic Avenger were kings. What other books should I check out?
Post frames from cartoons where a female character is unusually-proportioned, in the context of that show.
That's all that I've dug up so far.
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Fans of Science Fiction over a certain age will remember a television show called Quantum Leap. Quantum Leap was a time travel adventure featuring Scott Bakula (later to star as the captain on Star Trek: Enterprise) and Dean Stockwell (a veteran actor who has been in the business since he was a child in the 1940's, but probably most well-known today for the updated Battlestar Galactica). Bakula played Sam Becket (not the poet!), a super-genius who invented a means of time travel within the span of one's own lifetime (in Becket's case, that meant that periods from 1953 to the then-present were considered fair game), while Stockwell played Al, who remained in Sam's original time but could communicate with Sam through holographic brainwave transmissions. The basic idea was that Sam would trade bodies with someone in the past, living their life for a while. Sam would "leap" out of that time (and trade places with yet another person) after having changed history for the better.
The show lasted for five seasons on NBC. I invite readers to go check it out, but I'm not looking to talk about the television series itself. Like many popular television shows, original Quantum Leap stories were also created for other media. There was a series of paperback books, for example, that ran for several years. For right now, however, I want to talk about the Quantum Leap comic book.
Today, March 26 2014, marks the 25th anniversary when the pilot episode 'Genesis' first aired on March 26 1989.