So that Nightwing show that was never greenlit.
Wonder how long that could have lasted.
Turn your channel to Nicktoons, /co/
it's the FoP and Jimmy Neutron Crossover Special
Reminder that Rapunzel's warm, loving parents enforce death penalty for theft in their kingdom
Imagine you are the king. Your wife was a breath away from death. You saved her, only to have your child be kidnapped, as if God was playing some kind of cruel joke on you. Then you wait every single fucking year for somebody to happen, hoping from the bottom of your heart that she is still alive and well, and will return. And then just a few days before her eighteenth birthday, when it's clear that even if she were to return you would have missed the most important years of her life, some kind of faggot breaks in your home and steals her fucking crown. Had it been me I would have personally skinned Eugene alive.
The larger plot hole is HOW THE FUCK did nobody find the tower in eigtheen years when it's only three days away from the castle? Did the king send blind and deaf people as a rescue party?
ITT stuff that you see in cartoons that you sometimes forget existed in the real world
I always thought those giant bicycle wheels were something cartoons made up, same with rolling snowballs to make them bigger in the snow
So has there been episodes where it's Lisa that screws up bad and has to make it up to Bart as oppose to the numerous ones where its the other way round?
Its happened a lot.
Like when it turns out he's a talented musician, much more than she is (which makes sense since he's been shown time and time again to be creative while she just mimics), so she ruins his arms so he can never play again.
Post more faces like this
Who's the best simpsons character?
Post characters from other realities, earths, timelines, dimensions, from what ifs, and clones with different lives (from the person they were cloned) that you like
from the last issue of X-Men Blue. A team much more interesting (at least visually) than the O5 of X-Men Blue. Also, the best design of Pixie.
This is the shittiest plot device ever.
All it means is "we can pretend to have some dramatic death of a character, only to bring them back."
It means death has as much impact in comics as it does in DBZ.
Eh, I think it depends. A dramatic death is almost guaranteed, or at least a dramatic shift in plot armor, which allows stakes to be raised. Sucks that these never feel that appealing in capeshit