>WHY COULDN'T YOU JUST LET ME MAKE BELIEVE
cartoonfag here, was Baby Doll a previous comic villain or was this her first introduction ever? If she was an original character in the show did she have later appearances in comics?
Every now and then the Goon will just shove it in and brake it off, No warning.
>Baby Doll was a Batman villain, first featured in the Batman: The Animated Series episode, "Baby Doll". After her first appearance, she was used a few times in other BTAS episodes (Most predominately in the episode "Love is a Croc"), but has yet to make a major appearance in any of the comics or other Batman media.
did it not make everyone uncomfortable having bruce constantly draw a little girl's panties?
like it's a little excessive, like in my neighbor totoro excessive
We died once to save this Earth
And we can do it again
2003 didn't pull any punches when it wanted to.
That episode was the worst. She had all of the annoying baby-talk with none of the depth. It makes it seems like she just likes acting like a baby, instead of how the first episode showed that she was crazy and acted that way because of how everyone treated her.
I'm not callous.
I'll tear up at a good film. Or a good song. Or a even a good comic.
But this one has always struck me as completely saccharine.
>A cold, little, homeless white girl warms herself with a Spidey-emblazoned issue of the Daily Bugle?
>And then she just happens to see Spidey
>And then she has a whole shrine to Spidey, complete with cut-out paper hearts, in case the reader didn't get it.
Well, at this point--
>And then-- AND THEN, she literally leans over and kisses a picture of Spidey and rubs her face against it and blushes, coyly.
>She then snuggles herself up to sleep inside of her endless-Spidey-box.
I get what the author was going for. And I worked with kids for a couple years- I'm frankly glad Peter David didn't include any overwrought "kid dialogue" in this issue.
But it's nonetheless super cheesy and totally over the top for me to form an emotional connection.
I mean, It's not so much that she loves spider man more than, this person she idolizes literally passed over her god knows how many times, and failed to save her before it was too late, yet she dies still dreaming of him.
If this fruit was hanging any lower it'd be on the ground
It's not just dwarfism, it's something that prevents aging. There's something like that in real life, but people with it still end up looking...weird. Like a child's body with wrinkly skin or something.
It's realistic though when a kid is really little, like Baby Doll's persona. Sure it's intentionally bizarre since she's not actually a kid, but it's not like they were presenting it in a sexy way. If the sight of toddlers' bloomers inherently makes you feel uncomfortable, the problem is more with you than the show.
It didn't make me that emotional, but this gave me some feels
That and the game show episode of Bojack Horseman
Does anybody else remember the old Baby Doll threads we used to have?
We agreed her Good End was to invest her money into strip joints and night clubs until eventually she became a Larry Flynt-esque kingpin of pornography and sleaze.
>I need you to tell me it's not to late. I need you to tell me that I'm a good person!
Posting Animal man is cheating, son
I hate how not only did Ted died, but Max killing him was a very retarded decision itself. When Max killed him, it was like a giant red flag sprouted from him, saying "evil at work", ruining his hiding place from super heros.
Symmetrical hypopituitaric dwarfism. You still age normally, but you don't fucking grow.
I used to work janitorial services in a business complex downtown and a lady in the insurance place on the second floor had it. She was a perfectly formed human being, 40 years old or so. Just really small.
It was like... you'd see her and think she was really far away or something. But no, she was just fucking tiny.
>"A final gift, my wayward son. A fast death. Infinitely preferable to the shame of returning to Earth. There, your legacy would be one of fear and distrust. A pariah desperatly chasing the favor of a world that cursed your name."
Fuck you Darkseid.
Jesus christ. I'm half horrified and Half saddened
I don't think there's a better Christmas special out there.
Season 2 sucked since it was just the downfall season of a total ballad that had barely any build up
should've waited at least one more season if not two to drop all the "sad bombs"
I know it's a hard moment for Ace, but I liked that it was an equally horrible moment for Bruce as well. Given that we've had dozens of episodes featuring him doing the impossible and keeping pace with living demigods, being completely powerless to stop this little girl dying in front of him must have hurt something fierce.
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This and The Little Match Girl are too feely for me to handle. To think there really are homeless kids out there in the world, slowly succumbing to the elements while we remain ignorant and pre-occupied.
I think adopting them would be more helpful.
I can't find it, but this one comic with Superboy Prime in Blackest Night where he says he hates himself because he wants to be a hero, but he can't because the writers won't let him or something like that.
>Only one in the country
Is there some Canadian asshole with 3 of them?
but even Quasimodo got over it and knew it was time to get shit done and save the day.
It is just as important to be respected, which he earned. He was a hero.
You can;t have everything, and those the appear to have it all, do not. Good lesson for kids. Way better then the fucking mermaid movie.
I know there wasn't a dry eye the day States Man kicked it...