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The Legend of Korra Anonymous 12/04/13(Fri)18:40 No. 22752 [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
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In anticipation of the premier of Korra tomorrow morning, I bring you the Official Discussion Thread!

If the trailers are any indication, this series will be just as good as the original. I for one look forward to it, for since the original concluded I have had to settle for less than satisfactory actions 'toons and ponderous anime for my fix of cartoon drama and violence.


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Chainsaw Expert ( has seen over 156 chainsaws) 13/09/12(Thu)23:31 No. 23699

>>22752
>the premier of Korra tomorrow morning

bump
since season 2 also starts tomorrow, oh the irony!


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Anonymous 13/09/18(Wed)03:20 No. 23709

The other /co/ seems to be constantly arguing over rather or not Korra is a redeemable character or just a static one. Many claim their hate for her stems from their hate of Mako and Korra being together. Korra still has her own unique personality and there were still plenty of character development that often times gets overlooked by the love triangle story-arc, but what does 7chan's /co/ think of her character?


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Chainsaw Expert ( has seen over 156 chainsaws) 13/09/24(Tue)17:39 No. 23719

>>23709
Well, Korra has a kind of duality with Aang in many aspects, Aang didn't want to be an avatar, but when confronted with it he tried to act as avatar-ishly as possible, Korra on the other hand always wanted to be the avatar but when she finally got out of training and in to the real world, she didn't know what to do. I also think most people seem to forget that Korra was sheltered most of her life doing water, earth & fire training, so she doesn't know how to make independent choices or knowing when she's being manipulated into something.
Actually now I think about it, the lack of independence is her main characteristic:
-she wanted to do air training not for herself, but because it is expected form the avatar to know all 4 powers
-she joins the pro-bending team not for self development or even entertainment but rather seeking validation from Mako and Bolin
-whenever she's forced to step out of line of her superior (be it Tenzen or someone else) she justifies herself that "as an avatar I should..." instead of acting on her own conscience
-and mostly in the 2nd season, she only capable of thinking "I need a master" first switching from Tenzen to her uncle and now forcing herself to decide between the uncle and the rebels (represented as her father)

In the end she tries to act strong and hotheaded but all the time seeks validation of her deeds in others




Anonymous 13/02/24(Sun)11:49 No. 23471 [Reply]
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Anyone have any good Jesus comics? I'm looking for any comic with Jesus in it but I prefer ones like this


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Anonymous 14/01/26(Sun)09:01 No. 23817



I have a few of the ones shown OP. I've seen more but that's all I have. Last one is from some other artist.


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glob 14/08/08(Fri)17:27 No. 23964


saints young men is a manga, its humor is allright. theres also mark millers american jesus and sean murphys punk rock jesus


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Anonymous 14/10/27(Mon)19:48 No. 24107

>>23500
Ahh no-one knows what it was?
At one point God thought the Israelites abandoned him and he was lounging around bummed out, then they came up to him and he said 'you fucking fuckers' with tears in his eyes.




Anonymous 14/09/15(Mon)09:17 No. 24014 [Reply]
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Is Batman really a superhero?


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Anonymous 14/09/16(Tue)09:06 No. 24018

Have you read Dial H #13? Is a dicussion that concludes that Batman is not a superhero. I strongly rec it.


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Anonymous 14/10/17(Fri)04:03 No. 24096

The real question is... Is Aqua Man a real superhero




Anonymous 14/10/14(Tue)23:22 No. 24087 [Reply]
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What does /co/ think of Homestuck? http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6


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Anonymous 14/10/15(Wed)01:03 No. 24089

I read what I thought was pretty far into the series, but that Andrew (is that his name?) guy is so prolific I don't think I could ever reach the end.

I liked it, got a little sour on it after seeing the reams and reams of fanart and animations based on it. Reminded me if I applied real effort I could produce beautiful popular work instead of admiring other people that do :/




theory Anonymous 13/11/14(Thu)10:08 No. 23758 [Reply]
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PB is actually Glob. Discuss.


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Anonymous 14/03/02(Sun)05:39 No. 23835

This is my theory as well. we've seen mysterious pink shit around in the ancient history segments (with Simon & Marcy), that was PB aka Glob. All the Candy Kingdom, the structures as well as people, is literally part of it, with fictive distinction created just for its own amusement/self-exploration. And the 'Candy Kingdom' actually comprises much or most of the life on earth, has spawned numerous child empires and 'species' like the most recent Lemon people. But they're all still really 'candy', still actually part of 'Glob'.


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dhiwhe 14/03/26(Wed)18:22 No. 23847

PB has nice pink breasts


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Anonymous 14/10/14(Tue)19:16 No. 24085

>>23847
thinking about that it makes my boner rock hard




Mother Up Anonymous 14/02/08(Sat)05:50 No. 23824 [Reply]
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Hey /co/ can we talk about this show?

Personally, I just want rule 34


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Anonymous 14/09/22(Mon)20:44 No. 24044
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I just saw the pilot episode.

It was funny that Rudi Wilson and the black guy were hunting kids and when she broke the news to her kids that their father left them and her when they were in the kitchen.


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Shoe I Am Anonymous 14/10/10(Fri)17:18 No. 24080


2Bit; Rud, your robot butler's giving me attitude.
Sarah; I'm not a robot.
2Bit; - Ah! It's self aware. We gotta destroy it!

That was very funny to me!


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Double D Moms Anonymous 14/10/10(Fri)17:27 No. 24081


Sarah rules!




Mylo Xyloto Comic Mylo X. 14/09/20(Sat)21:13 No. 24034 [Reply]
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I really want to read Mylo Xyloto, the six-part comic that supposedly tells the story of the album by Coldplay.

Does anyone know where I might be able to find a CBR/CBZ/PDF copy of each issue?


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Anonymous 14/09/21(Sun)02:24 No. 24035



>>24034 Do not know, but I was curious to find out how the covers for issues 2-6 look like and man are they smoking!


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Issue #0 Mylo X. 14/09/26(Fri)03:41 No. 24052

Issue #0 is the 'Hurts Like Heaven' music video. Looks pretty awesome:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8KV0mzqTXY




Silver Age :D 11/08/11(Thu)21:50 No. 18463 [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
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>What The Fuck Silver Age? what The Fuck?

Dump your silver age shit here!


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Anonymous 14/09/22(Mon)15:57 No. 24040


Hulk's back! AWESOME double-spread page! Poster material anyone?


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Anonymous 14/09/22(Mon)15:58 No. 24041

>>24039
Man, I know it's a bit of an autismal thing to say, but I wish Marvel's rules were better defined when it comes to powers and shit.


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Anonymous 14/09/22(Mon)15:59 No. 24042


And so ends this untold tale of the uncanny X-Men and the incredible Hulk during the Silver Age of marvel comics!

Alan Davis did a, to me, SUPERB job!




Nightcrawler Anonymous 14/09/01(Mon)01:11 No. 23996 [Reply]
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Hey, so I just got into the Nightcrawler series, but I only have the first three.

I tried to find the .pdfs, but no dice. Anybody happen to have anything or know where to get it?




Remembering the Quantum Leap Comic Book Anonymous 11/10/08(Sat)20:32 No. 20439 [Reply]
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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.


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Quantum Leap 25th anniversary Anonymous 14/03/26(Wed)20:57 No. 23848
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Today, March 26 2014, marks the 25th anniversary when the pilot episode 'Genesis' first aired on March 26 1989.

http://quantumleappodcast.com/


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Anonymous 14/04/17(Thu)05:17 No. 23876

I still can't tell if these threads are by a spambot or if they're a particularly dedicated fan. >>21719 makes me think the former.

I like Quantum Leap.


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8 of the Best Real-Life Stories Sam Beckett Leapt Into Anonymous 14/08/20(Wed)00:58 No. 23972



In honor of the cult favorite's 25th anniversary, we pose this question: What if Sam Beckett had never traveled in time? The answer: Well, we probably wouldn't have these things...
1. The Trump Tower and the catch phrase "You're fired!"
Beckett definitely had an eye for the future. In 1958 he pointed out a primo piece of New York property to a 12-year-old boy in the episode "It's a Wonderful Leap." Turns out the kid was named Trump, and he went on to become a real estate mogul who later dabbled in reality TV with "The Apprentice." So yes, we have Beckett to thank for the tower... and Omarosa.
2. "Peggy Sue"
Buddy Holly didn't write the lyrics to his hit song "Peggy Sue" — at least not according to the "Quantum Leap" version of history. In the episode "How the Tess Was Won," Beckett hopped into the year 1956 and gave the teen songwriter the lyrics to his breakthrough hit song, which went to the top of the Billboard charts the following year.
3. The moonwalk
Who can forget Motown's iconic 25th Anniversary TV special in 1983, when Michael Jackson debuted his Moonwalk moves? Turns out, the King of Pop learned the moves from Beckett in the episode "Camikazi Kid." Of course, the good doc's time-travel machine may have been a smidge off kilter for this event. In the episode, set on June 6, 1961, a young Michael Jackson is a dancing elementary schooler. But the pop icon was actually born on Aug. 29, 1958, so that would have made him only 2 years old. Oh, well, maybe Beckett gave the dance tips to an MJ impersonator.
4. The King of Rock 'n' Roll
The 1993 episode "Memphis Melody" had Beckett channeling his inner Elvis, before Elvis was even Elvis. The year was 1954. The place: Memphis, where Beckett leapt into the body and mastered the hip swivel of the future King just two days before he was discovered.
5. "The Twist"
Beckett was clearly a dancing king. In the episode "Good Moring Peoria," he traveled to Sept. 9, 1959, transformed into radio DJ Chick Howell and promptly taught Chubby Checker how to do "The Twist." The real Checker made a cameo in the episode, where he asked if he could use the move.
6. A Dealey Plaza debate
The events of Nov. 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas, were tragic, and no TV show can change that. But President John F. Kennedy's very real assassination had a slight twist in the "Quantum Leap" two-parter "Lee Harvey Oswald." After Sam Beckett leapt in and out of assassin Lee Harvey Oswald's body, he became Secret Service Agent Clint Hill, who, in this fictional account, saved the life of Jackie Kennedy during the motorcade massacre. The controversial episode went with the theory that there was only one shooter in the assassination, but in an interview with Syfy, Bakula said h Message too long. Click here to view the full text.




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