One day these threads are going to get taken down fro being /lit/.
When that day comes I hope to see at least 3 of them pop up on /lit/.
>My family died in a food fight 20 years ago, I took enough pasta and meatballs but i live. I finally figured why.
At what point do we draw the line between picture books and comics? Aren't they basically the same thing?
And if they are basically the same thing, what ratio between pictures and text does it become /co/ relevant?
These aren't even picture books.
The only reason they are on /co/ is because one anon wanted to talk about them and couldn't get a real discussion on /lit/.
The same thing happened a few months ago with the Detective Conan threads.
>Me, I know where I stand. And I don't worry about it. Because when it's over. When they're all messy and the food fight is over... there'll still be one sandwich left. To clear all accounts
But what glorious pictures they were....
I'm innocent, I don't waste food.
So they were
I don't like storytimes. Well, I like holding them, though mine usually don't get much attention, but I really don't enjoy reading comics in that format most of the time, with a few exceptions. Hell, I don't even like using a reader that much.
Never has there been a more appropriate time to post "Super Hero Squad" Punisher
Why yes, I do believe there was anon. He worked in the canteen, trying to find out who the kingpin was using to flood the school with angeldust. In typical fashion it all started when a student thought he could fly and jumped out of a window in the middle of class.