What was the joke here?
It's all the funny of the Shaboopi dance numbee, plus it's an internet reference, AND it's another chance for Seth to show off his amazing singing voice. I can only hope we get to hear him sing on The Orville starting this Sunday at 8pm on Fox.
I miss him
ITT: The main character of the last show you watched or the last comic you read finds themselves in a
Do they live?
Does /co/ like Morrison's JLA run?
Honestly, I think it's just ok. Some of the stories were fun but it feels super condensed. They defeat one massive all consuming universal threat and then face another all consuming universal threat. There are no side stories to break things up and the characters don't really evolve at all because it's a constant flood of mega threats. It's a little exhausting to read continuously.
CricketsThreadAnon, a small request: when you start your next Pope Hats threat, please put "Pope Hats" in the subject field, to make it easier to find. Thanks!
>the hero wins via a 'dirty' tactic rather than THE POWER OF FRIENDSHIP or some mcguffin powerup
any good examples of this? in wizards, the main character shoots the villain with a gun instead of doing some standard magic duel ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cZqRzHnI8s )
Do all of the jokes in this show boil down to one character saying something out of place and the rest of the characters reacting with surprised looks in silence?
So, top ten season two doesn't have a finale?
I've read the four issues and the special and I'm confused. There is something I miss?