Hey guys. Post that one scene, you know, that one scene that gets you the most emotional. Something real life cannot do for you
Runner up is Frys brother
Really the entire scene, but this is usually where I lose it.
My problem with this death is hiw young he was. Like anyone <21 dying just fucks me up.
The author of the comic? Jesus... why would make such a thing
See, what happened was that Ctrl-Alt-Del was a gag gaming webcomic, basically Penny Arcade only not as good. Then, out of fucking nowhere, they did this lengthy plot line where the MC's girlfriend had a miscarriage. It was such a jarring, grotesque tonal shift that the comic completely crashed and burned, and ever since then, the pivotal comic of the arc has been used as a Photoshop target.
No, we post it to mock it. It's a "humor' web comic which the author then decided to drum up with DRAMA by having his character's girlfriend miscarry. It was already a shit comic and this was eternally hilarious
The Luck of the Fryish always got me a lot more than Jurassic Bark
And even though it's not /co/,
going through the New House in Undertale on the pacifist route.Holy shit, I haven't felt emotions that deep in a long time, especially from any video game.
>going through the New House in Undertale on the pacifist route.
>That fucking track
I feel it. I feel it DEEP
Pic related really makes me emotional. Actually, any interaction between the two just hits me. I don't know why. Maybe it's seeing 2 people with really fucked up lives find comfort in each other. Maybe it's just because I was going through a rough patch in my life when I read this. I dunno.
This episode came on at a pretty tough time for me, so I appreciated the sentiment.
Dude, I'm not even gonna lie, there were tears
I hate kids, I laughed at
Heavy Rain's child deaths, but Undertale ripped me open
>the latin american dub for that episode
te lo juro por dieguito maradona
>Tons of people shoving past each other to get to the helicopter
>Only room for one more
>Mr. Hyunh holds up Mai
>The crowd stops fighting and passes her forward
fuck that was rough.
I'd argue that Death of Spiderman is Bendis' best
I think the dialogue for this scene was different in the original "Mort" novel,
but this is the adaptation I'll always remember.
>the entire meta around his return to evil being inevitable
>all the good he did went unnoticed and all the bad things he hadn't done were all people saw when they looked at him
>for a while it didn't matter because he had his brother back who loved him no matter what
>then it's all taken away
I always wondered why they put an argentinian guy speaking like clearly an argentinian, just for that punchline?
Not /co/, but a couple years ago I had to live with an argentinian woman and one I randomly asked her what does she think about Diego Maradona. She said he is amazing.
It's just probably fanservice for the Argie viewers or the VAs like messing around with the dub as long it doesn't ruin the story
I remember KND latin dub having a lot of things like that
Mothers saying goodbye to their children for the better good gets to me for some reason. The song didn't help.
That one didn't fully do it for me. The one that absolutely kills me everytime is this one:
>you did it by yourself
even with the squeaky pitch from this particular video.
A:TLA is incredibly powerful with its slow story and character development. Even when Aang goes berserk Avatar Mode for Appa and Katara hugs him down it fucking lands. Such a beautiful show.
I don't even know why they tried to make a movie out of it, when all it's strengths relied on the longer format and the simple but incredibly aesthetic vaguely defined eastern look.
>mfw this scene
>I'll be with you, Littlefoot.
>Even if you can't see me.
Literally gets me every time.
I still have no idea why,,
My god I cried like a baby...
The Lego Movie had some real gut wrenching moments
It's not /co/ but it's capeshit related
I guess because they're more honest about what they're doing. With live action films and shit it's this big overdramatic thing where the actors are trying their hardest to win some kind of award for their shit, and you know it. Maybe with cartoons your suspension of disbelief completely removes that jaded lens from the equation and you're much more receptive to the emotional barrage they're trying to hit you with. Who really knows though, I'm just pulling stuff out of my ass
>The Luck of the Fryish always got me a lot more than Jurassic Bark
Pretty much the episode where i realized i was a pretty shit older brother.
Though that said anything to do with dogs pushes me into pure crygasm.
that Laika comic for example.
It's split in two, but:
>tfw my stepdad died in a car accident from a semitruck making in an illegal turn before dawn a year ago this Friday
>tfw watching this, with the too-real way they interact about it and
I can't type this out, I have a stocking shift in 30 minutes.
But goddamn. It hits everything. It's too fucking close to how it was, I came home from grabbing fast food to a cop parked out front, then he told me what happened and I called my mom and told her and, fuck man. It's too real. The fucking music makes it hit harder.
Up till now, we've only seen his dad as a 2 dimensional tough guy. Here is where it reveals a softer side to his character and genuine love for his son. Just the way he tries to let Fry know that all the times he's being hard on him is his way of showing love.
That's about what I always figured as well. There's a bit of a silver lining to having animated films be shunted to the side and ignored by the mainstream hollywood establishment- it means the people who get into and make animated films actually like animated films and do their best with what they got, without giving a fuck about stupid superficial bullshit like the oscars or whatever, because they're never going to penetrate into that club of pretentious drama-jerking old geezers anyway.
Fucking every time. I don't know why. It just sounds so legitimately sincere.
There were plenty of scenes in this movie, but this one in particular.
I think it worked so well because it was just so unexpected. It's not the kind of thing you expect out of Lord and Miller. The movie didn't really seem like it was headed down that road but when it got there it made perfect sense and it played it perfectly.
>Hey Arnold is the underrated show of the century.
>constantly cited as a childhood favorite amongst millenials
>always on the top of "Best Cartoons Ever" lists
>whenever emotional moments are posted, a lot are from Hey Arnold
>still has a massive following to this day eagerly anticipating the conclusion or a revival
He died shortly thereafter
>Little bird, little bird, fly through my window
That came too far out of left field for me.
The one where Bender unexpectedly bonds with his bastard son is pretty good, though.
Although the impact is ruined a bit by the joke they did in one of the movies with Bender tracking down his firstborn son and then casually throwing him into robot hell without hesitation.
It's a little sad that they got split up at the end of the movie but at least their reunion the next year will be happy. Right, guys?
I love when South Park has emotional moments
That moment where he completely fucks up and she's just staring at him dead-eyed was pretty wrenching as well, although in a very different way.
Wakfu has a real problem with permanence though. In both cases it gets reverted within, at most, 4 episodes.
And of course there's always
The way Calvin and Hobbes ended always felt special to me. It didn't take the 4th wall goodbye, or just end abruptly, but ended in the most Calvin and Hobbes way possible.
Your posts made my room really dusty. Those and all the Futurama ones.
This destroyed me. He ruined everything. Such a horrible moment.
Just finished binge re-reading Order of the Stick. This scene really hit me hard the second time around.
Just for clearence:
>The differences between the film's conclusion and the book's are numerous and have substantial bearing on their respective outcomes. The most significant is that the survival of the dogs at the end of the film seems very unlikely; the book as originally submitted to the publisher concluded similarly, but in all known editions, the pair is rescued and returned to Snitter's original owner, who in the book has survived. Other differences are linked to the alteration of certain characters and to an overall compression of the time sequences and series of events outlined in the book.
>The film ends with the dogs swimming into the fog, leaving it ambiguous as to whether they survived or not, even though an island is shown during the credits.
The whole scene lasts short, but brings the message so much better than many others...
Well, I can't stop laughing at his fat face when I see that.
"The first living thing in space had been the Russian dog Laika.
She had died in orbit—had never come home. If he glanced out at the star-speckled sky, Gennady could almost see her ghost racing eternally through the heavens, beside the dead dream of planetary conquest, of flags planted in alien soil and shining domes on the hills of Mars.http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/schroeder_01_15_reprint/
Brave and bold is ending, the last episode basically ignores the force wall in the end batman directly addresses you directly and
says that even though this show is over he will always be there for you fighting evil in all of its many forms.
>Except for that deal you made with the Devil. What the fuck were you thinking?
>funniest scene the first time was the one where he looks at the double decker couch and makes fun of it relentlessly
>it's the saddest scene in the entire movie on the second watch
fuck you Lego movie
They only survived in the book because the publisher forced Adams to shove in that bullshit about the dogs being rescued by that little boat and living happily ever after. They thought it was too sad. Adams wanted them to die at the end. I read somewhere that very early editions end the proper way, but it's hard to find a copy.
Wait, why would his father go to the same afterlife as the rest of them? Isn't he an evil wizard or something? Or just a huge asshole who's somehow Lawful Good on a technicality?
Her prayer, it's just like, damn. For all her apparent shallowness, you really feel the pain underlying in it.
your afterlife is determined by which god you worship, and you can get away with being one step removed from your gods alignment. which means, say, a lawful evil guy can worship a lawful neutral god and still get into their afterlife
>oh boy, this sure didnt turn out to be the best christmas ever
>but we still have two minutes left
puts hands together
>and i have faith in you
Incredibly typical and overdone I know, but to this day absolutely nothing has hit me as hard as this episode did.
I consider myself pretty emotional about these things so it's not like this episode was the only thing I ever cried to. Generally I enjoy letting a good show get me to that really emotional point that i'm just not allowed to go to in real life.
This episode however had me in tears immediately and re-watching for days on end trying to wrap my head around why it left me in such an emotional wreck. To this day I don't really know, something about the language used in the song, the amount the episode doesn't show you, or just seeing these two great characters I've fallen in love with humanized in such a tragic way.
This moment always such out as a lot sadder to me.
The only thing he ever wanted
The one thing he could never have.
Seeing the Rocket blast away and hearing the music did a fucking number on me.
The only way it could have been worst is if the rocket fucking blew up with the parents inside.
Buckley's ex-girlfriend had a miscarriage and then they broke up. Loss.jpg has a huge blogpost that goes with it that makes the whole thing funnier because Tim is such a twat.
In short he says something like
>Well my relationship was toxic to begin with, and the miscarraige didn't really bother me that much because I didn't want a kid anyway but I could kinda see how that would've affected other couples. So I decided to write this plotline to 'test' Ethan and Lilah's relationship and see what would happen.
>not pic related
I cry like a bitch everytime
And if we're doing sad anime shit now
But really the whole thing is sad as fuck
"Why do you need me to take care of mom? Are you going somewhere?"
It dies for a while, then he comes back as a mindless mass murderer controlled by the fat nurse, kills a lot of fables like Beast in order to clean house of secondary characters, then he see Snow White and decides to not be a mind controlled mass murderer anymore (seriously, he just does it without any reason).
Suffice to say that whoever told you that it becomes shit was right.
Yea you did the right thing stopping.
That panel I believe is Bigby talking with his son who dies. Bigby and Snow live all for years after avoiding some shity curse that involved Rose and Snow needing to murder other.
Frog becomes a bad ass king more powerful than adversary but just chills in his little kingdom. Jack gets out of hell with gary and manages to create a reality where they live on a beach with hot bitches. Blue is still dead and playing the blues in a jazz club.
I know what you mean, like the episode where they go after the witch
Apparently a gift form a casual girlfriend possesses a ton of more love than a gift from a man who sacrificed his sanity to save a little girl
some shity curse that involved Rose and Snow needing to murder other Oh God. That was the most bullshit anticlimatic ending of ever. Twenty issues dedicated to Snow and Rose gatering armies to kill each other only because of that curse that forced their family to only have female daughters that had to kill each other when growth until only one remained... and five seconds before the big clash they go "Wait a moment, It's been an hundred issues that I have male children. That means that the curse doesn't work anymore and we have no reason to kill each other!"
Is one punch man mostly serious? because i thought it was gonna be another um yaknow the show that silly anime luchador show were is mask is flesh coloured and he has the tuft of hair.
It's very good comedy mixed with serious moments.
Pic related to this thread.
"You lie. You had strength to spare. I never stood a chance. It wasn't even a battle. So much for prophecies. You were too strong... Saitama..."
The miscarriage isn't what's supposed to be funny.
It's the fact that this guy wrote an incredibly shitty, unfunny comic where he jerked himself off for being a gamer and then just randomly had a fucking miscarriage comic in the middle of it.
not exactly /co/ but i don't think anything has made me bawl harder than the ending of this fucking game.
can you hear me, sophia? I'll have to put off coming back to your side for just a little while longer. There's someone I need to get to know here, first.
>Wakfu has a real problem with permanence though. In both cases it gets reverted within, at most, 4 episodes.
The season 1 ending was crazier than that, Nox kills practically the entire crew, only Ruel and Eva survive. Tristepin is killed in battle, and all the Sadida die and turn into trees, including Amalia. Yugo also falls in combat. The bad guy pretty much wins and kills the good guys.
Nox then undoes all of that, but his spell doesn't last long enough for Tristepin to be saved. It was a damn rollercoaster.
As for Tristepin breaking Evas bow, they have two entire episodes, one for each character, where they go on soul trips afterwards. Eva realizes that he really does love the guy, and Pinpin tames Rubi so what happened can not happen again.
I always thought it was because Marceline's love for Simon had faded after seeing him degrade into the Ice King for a thousand years. Whereas PB still wears the shirts and it always reminds her of Marcie.
>You know. The pain. Of you. Day in, day out, being there. With that face. Not knowing what to say. Not caring anymore. Not even knowing that you'll probably only care about her when it's finally too late. Forgetting about all those desperate- those desperate years you spent alone, your barren years when no woman would even consider resting her tired head on your shaky little shoulder. Stinking of belly semen. Why even wipe? And when you finally get one of these [Points at Dolly and imitates a fanfare] coveted pieces of tail that have been built up as the grand trophy in your nothing life, you try desperately to keep it. Not to protect it! But to hoard it. To keep it away from the other wolves and jackals circling your territory! And you realize, all too soon, that you're not good enough! That maybe there was a jerk-off called Darwin after all. And that you never acknowledged his existence because you knew deep inside that you were really what you feared you were-- weak. And passive. And ultimately, broken by the ones who were made the fittest. And that through your weaknesses, you built up a poison that poisoned others around you. That you love. And the only true justice was to let those dominant jackals feed on you. Survive off you.
Layton knows how to wreck me emotionally
I think that just makes the emotion feel even less genuine. Like, you can't say they ruined Bender's character by making him uncaring, because the stuff where he cares comes later on.
>Mrs Doolin beat grim
>She beat death
that line gives me the chills every time.
This one gets to me more.
I understand there was internal pressure to remove the scene, but holy shit, couldn't they at least have altered it instead of cutting it entirely? I'm sure they could have done the same scene without evoking controversial connotations.
>It's literally my job to inspect these identical robots and throw out the defective ones
>Oh except this one because it's cute I guess(?)
I can't believe I fell for this sentimental bullshit the first time I saw it.
I found a better version, and now I don't have to worry about so fuck it, threads still up and I need this.
>I still remember the specifics of that day: Thursday around 1:30 in the afternoon, January 15, 2015. Mostly overcast, mid 50's in temperature
>go to nearby Jack in the box because fuck it I'm hungry
>head back home to the apartment, see cop car, think "someone must be having a rough moment right about now"
>go inside, set down food and jacket, get ready to eat
>(knock knock knock)
You know that feeling when you put all the context together in your head and you know it's not a good thing that's about to happen? Yeah that feeling.
>asks if I know (stepdads name), at first I thought he was in trouble with the law or something
>that stops when he asks me to sit down
>evidently, around 4:00am he was going down a 2 lane highway in the fog, almost to the main highway, when a semi-truck made an illegal left turn, and didn't see him in time.
>the pick-up truck he was borrowing spun out, he was thrown from the vehicle, and killed instantly
>he was on his way to see my mom out of town to celebrate a milestone in his falconry apprenticeship.
>the cop and I call my mom to tell her what happened, we decided its best I be the one to break the news
>I was in shock for at least an hour
>later we saw one news photo online that was edited by someone who didn't notice his shoe/lower-leg was visible in the shot, that was fucking nice
He'd had his ankle crush by a granite slab a few months earlier, missed a lot of work, things got pretty bad for him, but he started turning around in the weeks before. That night when he left for the road was the most dressed up and well-kept he'd been in so long...
The reason the scene im talking about gets me is the acting for sure, the broken up voice, the tone and shakiness, the way it's approached, it's just too perfect.
/blog, I just had to post this to be less crushed by it. Thanks for being here anon's.
I know this might be a common answer, but I've seen this movie five times and I always straight up start crying during this scene. I'm hoping Toy Story 4 doesn't turn out shit.
>All I ever did, I did to make you proud. Tell me how proud you are Shifu. Tell me. TELL ME!
>I have always been proud of you.
TAI LUNG DID NOTHING WRONG
> The surrogate family is revealed
> Adulterer joke
10/10 innocent truth joke
> her prayer
Smile gone. Hope and optimism fading.
> chair hump
well that's wierd but-
> BEAR FALL
> TURN AROUND REACTION
feels like a car crash in sped up slow motion
> MILK SPLASH
dude... this, right here. Out of all the stuff that gets me in this thread, this is the big one for me. I grew up reading calvin and hobbes, it was the first stuff I was even able to read on my own. I went through all the comics for years, and it just worked out that I read this book last. I didn't even know that calvin and hobbes wasn't still coming out at that point, but when I read this, I cried like a fucking baby and somehow just knew that was the end of my heroes. Its like watching a good childhood friend die of cancer in their sleep. Tragic, but at least it was mostly painless and they had a good life. I'll always miss these two. God damn it. I miss being a kid.
read that shit again. He doesn't decide to do it for no reason. He's knocked out of the trance by his family appealing to his more human nature. But he is still under the spell of the ring. Red Rose turns him back a few pages later.
I actually just watched this for the first time the other day. I never disliked moral oral, but never really got into it, but man. So far, none of the rest of the episodes I've been watching have been as dark as this. Like, this just really hits home in so many ways. A lot of times it doesn't even seem like its trying to be funny. Its a pretty accurate representation of a broken home. And man, that ending... I just sat there for a few minutes afterward to collect myself. It wasn't even so much that it was really sad, just... hopeless
>I always wondered why they put an argentinian guy speaking like clearly an argentinian
And please, let's not start to talk about the Latin dub of The Simpsons.
porque posta, ahí se fueron a la mierda
season 1, I literally just started watching it earlier this week. I mean, I've seen episodes here and there of course, but never really sat down to watch it. I think I just got done with the episode where he smokes crack
That one moment in courage the cowardly dog with the space squids.
When I was younger that really fucked with me, Even now I still get a little choked up
Basically the entire episode is a meta look at the way Batman shows and superhero shows in general tend to work.
>Batmite gets tired of the Brave and Bold show because he wants a new more darker and edgier cartoon. (Mirroring a lot of people that never gave BatB a chance just because it was more lighthearted.)
>His plan is to use his reality warping powers to make the show jump so much the shark that the executives would HAVE to cancel it.
>Ambush Bug continuously tries to stop him, countering every cliche trope Batmite tries to throw. A lot of crazy 4th wall breaking shenanigans happen.
>In the end Ambush Bug and Batman succeed in keeping the ratings, but the executives decide to pull the plug regardless.
>BatB gets replaced with a new CGI
Batgirlshow, which wasn't what Batmite hoped but "at least it's more serious and dark".
>Cue to him starting tod esappear, Ambush Bug appearing to explain that by cancelling BatB he basically doomed himself because his goofy character can't exist in this new serious universe. Everything fades into white.
>It cuts to a celebration in a studio with all the characters of the show, workers picking up backgrounds and objects like if they were props.
>Batman approaches Ambush Bug and asks him if it's really over. He answers that sadly yes but we shouldn't see it as a bad thing.
>"At least you can say you had a good run."
>"A great run"
>Batman turns to the camera as it pans out to show everyone like in >>78888695 and delivers this speech.
>"And until we meet again boys and girls, know that wherever evil lurks, in all its mirrored forms. Know that I'll be there with the hammers of justice to fight for decency and defend the innocent."
The Iron Giant is one of the first movies I have any distinct memory of seeing, and I somehow heard about the re-release in time to get tickets and see it with my siblings last year. Still fantastic.
TTGL as a whole is filled with feels moments, why is Japan so good at writing funny, over the top extravaganzas that also pull our heart strings while they're at it?
I tried finding the scene where Kamina was telling Yoko about being trapped in a cave and how it was due to Simon not giving up that inspired and drove Kamina's spirit but for whatever reason TTGL scenes on youtube are very limited.
I always tear up anytime I see the screen cap.
Maybe I just over think it emotionally to Kevin Smith levels of over thinking but fuck I cry hard anytime I see this bit.
I honestly didn't expect to get a gut punch from this
my grandfather had alzheimers but it didnt really kick it into high gear until i was about 12. so i had all these fun, great memories of him, just us goofing off and shit. towards the end, he didnt remember me at all.
any time i hear even the first chords of 'i remember you' i start crying
When i was about 8 or so i was home alone watching some music video show on tv. One video was pretty much a re-enactment of how Laika was trained and sent to space to die and when it ended i cried hard, the hardest I think i've ever cried. My mom and sister came home just about when it ended and i just walked up to them and even though they asked over and over what was wrong I just couldn't tell them since i was crying so much. Just could say a few words "tv.. music video... dog... space".
It stayed with me many years and was now reminded of it.
Teared up seeing that now
Dunno if toonami is /co/ enough for this thread, but fuck it all if this episode doesn't make me cry every time. I think the worst part of it is that you think it's going to be the most satisfying death in the series but then they completely flip it around and make you pity the most detestable character.
Hughes' funeralis an easy answer, I know, but it comes so relatively early and still manages to hit like a fucking brick.
Brotherhood is so fucking good.
I remember long ago that my older brother loved Avatar and always watched every new episode that came out. He was excited to see the series come to a close but later died in a car crash. Basically he had an Aortic Dissection and died before the car slammed into a tree and turned the girl in the passenger seat into a vegetable. Girl's family pulled the plug and thought it necessary to sue my dad for damages even after he said he would pay for both funerals.
I remember this being the last episode we saw together. Fuck man...
"Optimus... we needed that." "What about OUR WORLD!?"
>place is packed
>drinks are on the house
>but you gotta leave your guns at the door
I only watched this movie once, I rented it and the DVD was messed up and wouldn't play after Emmett jumps out the window, so that's where the movie has always ended for me. Emmett killing himself.
I have an older brother and as kids we used to fight a lot but now we live thousands of kilometers away from each other and this hit me like a fucking truck
why did I click on this thread?
call him right now anon, mine died while I was overseas.
2016 will be better anon
Am I the only one who felt the later episodes were really forced?
They struck gold with this one >>78901606 and the dog episode. Then with episodes like finding out hermes made bender, or the one where fry visits his mom in his memories just felt like they were trying to force more sad episodes because they're popular
Oh absolutely. I wouldn't even say they 'struck gold', they were just really good at writing any episode at the time. It's obvious the CC seasons were trying really hard to make their own emotional episodes and the emotional moments were decent, but they were dragged down by a plot that was half-assed at best. They weren't writing stories that included emotional moments, they were writing shitty plots to try and use as a vehicle for the emotional moments.
Well if we're going to post /v/, I present
Tobi, the racing paper
Pretty much all I have to do is think about that episode and it breaks me up inside.
It doesn't help that I'm super sensitive to music. It's funny how one of the worst-animated episodes in the series is one of the most emotional
If we're allowing Toonami can I just say Krillin's original death hits pretty hard? Right as Krillin's running off Goku unconsciously stops him for going for a second before playing it off. Something about that just fucking hits me hard.
>Your age is showing
about 4:30 for the big gut wrench.
>What kind of mentally disturbed adult is Andy?
Right? You know what's weird, though. I've seen the same kind of deranged behavior in daycare providers, kindergarden teachers, and children's social workers. Why is it that we keep hiring these fucked up lunatics to work with children? It truly is a sad world. Hell, even parents can lose grip on reality and start playing with toys like a child around their children.
We really should replace them all with 14 year old teenagers off 4chan, they'd do a much better job.
pretty much wiley coyote is in the animal man universe trying to deliver a message that reveals the secrets of the universe (that everyone is a comic and not real) and goes through extreme hardship before finally delivering the message right before he dies.
Animal man cannot read it
>"If that little kid likes me... how bad could I be?"
it was so predictable and by the books I couldn't feel anything other than possibly the screenwriter making sure he ticked off that point on his checklist when writing "movie 294"
>Don't worry. I believe he already knows.
The medley of all the songs during
Asriel'sgot me fucking full of determination. Scumbag feels really hit me hard when I accidentally killed Toriel on my first run. The flower even mocked me when I reset the game.
CAD started as a 'comedy' gaming webcomic desperately trying to ape penny arcade.
when that didnt work, he threw in some comedy romance
when that didn't work, he had the character miscarry, leading to a grand total of 3 or 4 serious pages, before promptly dropping it and immediately going back to comedy.
also, these were his comments on the arc.
today, it's become a meme, but the loss comic itself is just a page that perfectly encapsulates just how shit CAD and tim buckley are.
Duggan knows how to suckerpunch me with emotions.
KIDS NEXT DOOR!!!!
>The Mayor in the Yaoi episode.
saddest part about her.
>tell my tale to those who ask...the good alongside of the ill...
>For me, it was when I did a botched genocide run, and going through Sans' judgment scene. I expected him to chew me out, but he was so calm about it, I felt like a pile of shit.
>Take responsibility for your actions
>If you knew what you were doing....
Then why did you kill my brother
>Sabretooth still remembers what happened since the new #1
Fuck me I didn't need this today
I know. But at the same time I'm so happy about the real ending. It was a fitting send off
The creator of a video game based gag comic parodied his girlfriend's real life miscarriage in a sudden and unexpected arc.
Except in real life he blamed her for it and cut her out of his life while in the comic she helped him get over the >>78881003
We mock him because he's an asshole who steals money and sends dickpics to underage girls by making edits of it.
this sequence man
Well, it's gonna come back to bite Sabretooth in a couple months...
>Deadpool has no idea that he killed his own parents. SHHH! Don’t tell!
>Only problem is...he’s investigating whodunit, swearing vengeance.
>Don’t worry! He thinks SABRETOOTH did it! This is gonna be a fun fight.
Whenever Calvin's parents have these introspective moments, I always tear up. The comic does a very good job of juxtaposing Calvin's imagination of his parents as omnipotent forces with solemn reality. Those rare moments where Calvin's mom talks to Hobbes are especially poignant for me.
One of the best aspects of Calvin and Hobbes (or any good comic like it) is that you see the comic in an entirely new light when you read it as an adult. I thought his dad was an asshole as a kid, but now I love him
>being on 4chan
>not trying to be condescending
Boyega says the next movie is much darker.
They said he could finally give spoilers of 7 now that they're working on 8. He also said he really has to get in shape, the next is stunt heavy for Finn.
I'm guessing he's going full Resistance soldier now.
I don't know about you guys, but this scene tears me to shreds. Barely anything else does, but there's just something about throwing all of yourself into something you believe with all of your soul, and having the world just slap you down, that's far too realistic. I couldn't stand it as a child, I can barely stand it now.
I will go sailing no more.
Maybe it's because I used to be a /tv/fag, but I was not impressed by the movie. There were too many things they missed in emulating the original films' atmosphere, and they really dumbed it down into an action film over a mythical character story. It's mirror-image of ANH would be more suited to a reboot, as with Abram's tolerable Star Trek movies, but are really lackluster if this is supposed to be a continuation of the series. I could write an essay about the problems I had with it, but I'm not that autistic so I won't.
I was impressed with Boyega's role and Kylo Ren, and Rey's actress was a qt even if her character was annoying. I didn't fall asleep in the theater like the Godzilla reboot, so that's a plus I guess. Better than the prequels/10
Considering Stalin was still in charge, the guy who kicked his wife to death and told his eight year old daughter she'd get worse if her mother was ever brought uo again in any way, no.
It probably doesn't hit other anons but Flash and Ultra Humanite's bit in Comfort and Joy is my favorite Christmas special
There's a special kind of feels for watching a mentally retarded person get used or taken advantage of.
The most fucked up part of this documentary everyone is talking about for example isn't how the local police railroaded this guy into prison twice, its how they tricked his outright retarded nephew into confessing to a murder he was attempting to ask questions about.
This was so well done. The music at the end fucks me up every time
crazy part is, it doesnt even require retarded. Cops do some real scumbag shit, to get confessions, and convictions.
Zellner taking the case now.
>Zellner started her law firm in January 1991. The firm represents both civil and criminal clients. She has obtained the exoneration of 17 wrongfully convicted men, handling many of these cases pro bono.
one of her cases.
3 year old, bound, gagged, sexually assaulted, then murdered.
>Kevin Fox, the girl's father, was initially charged in the young girl's murder, based almost solely on a videotaped confession that he had killed Riley. He spent eight months in prison before he was cleared of all charges due to DNA evidence that did not match his and the confession was ruled out based on coercion.
Like. what even the fuck?
Like I said, the painful part is watching a very clearly and somewhat severely mentally challenged individual get completely used by two ordinary adults.
Then the phone conversations with his mother afterwards where all he can say is "Yeah" because he doesn't know how else to respond. Then say "Its my fault because I'm stupid".
I mean, that was gutwrenching to watch.
Especially with cases of child-killing, the police feel a huge pressure to get a quick conviction from the public. They also tend to make a quick theory of what happened upon viewing the crime scene, and then find additional evidence to fit their theory rather than changing their theory to fit the evidence.
Often times a mixture of this causes police to coerce suspects into making false confession, usually under duress bordering illegality. It's fucked up; not only do they put innocent men behind bars by doing this, but they also let the real killer walk.