Good ol' Dredd. Keeping our streets clean
I know it's hitman but can't give a specific issue.
She was qt af and it's a shame thinking that nowadays if the comic was out /co/ wouldn't enjoy it as much.
Say what you will about Batman, but he knows how to fucking rek a bitch.
>Not the kid
What a gay. Even if he was obsessed with finding out who was smarter, if the kid is dead then it doesn't matter, can't be smart if you're dead. Nerds are stupid.
Oh fuck my sides!! Injustice Superman is such a tryhard.
The Batman Beyond comic went above and beyond the call of duty in giving absolutely everyone Bad Ends
I braved the dark recesses of google to bring you this
So she storms a police station and confesses to murdering a cop for reasons she seems to have no proof of, what happens next? Not being snippy, really wanna know. What book is this, btw?
Not sure why I don't have the real second page of this sequence
Also Reed and the rest of these assholes.
You too, Punished Frank.
One more for good measurement.
>this superman was a smug psychopath so it probably wouldnt have helped anyways but still
Because Batman's a cunt and Hal's a shithead
>Bubverine swinging his claws at Spidey even though it's a "misunderstanding"
>Swinging three pairs of razor sharp knives that can cut through solid stone at someone to defend yourself
If Spidey didn't dodge it would be straight up murder. Is Wolverine retarded?
It's lines like this that make me question why /co/ hates Injustice.
It's literally what would happen if we wrote a comic.
Bat-God getting demolished.
Superman getting shrekt by Alfred.
Actual good Harley.
Legit /ss/ between her and Billy.
We don't hate the Injustice comic. The Butlering is one of the most beloved events in /co/. It's a hilarious spectacle of a comic.
Although if /co/ wrote a comic I like to think it would feature less NAAAARGH
>bringing your salt into unrelated threads
You're making the x-fags look bad.
It's called a learning disability! He can't help being
I love how even Wally is clearly thinking "... Fuck. That was over the line."
how often has a villain come across a hero he's not normally up against and just gotten destroyed.
like if Joker was setting up a trap for Batman and Green lantern just showed up and threw his ass on a different planet
Hal was a giant retard in that he wanted to have a go at Superman, got his ass kicked, then went in for another go to get his ass kicked again.
Batman was a retard in that he didn't first try to talk to Superman in spite of his feeble attempts to find a "weakness" in the guy that thrashed someone with actual superpowers.
It's not exactly what you mean, but in Cable & Deadpool, when Cable was taking over the world, they got the fucking Silver Surfer to fight him. Cable fought for a while, even destroying his board, but in the end, he wasn't a threat.
That's just how I titled it so I could remember,calm your man tits
He is really strong.
The Superior Spider-Man annuals were great
I feel like killing a pregnant lady is a bit beyond being a jerk
Uhh, everyone loves Emma. Read more comics.
She had the baby several issues back
You ought to remember it, if only because of Harley's casual clothes
>Thor, Thanos, Sentry
He and Sentry didn't fight. Thor and him never really got a full fight. He did make thanos bleed but the whole bomb thing weakened him and he got beaten down.
does anyone else ever feel guilty for fapping to non porn comics?
Yes that /co/mrade was exaggerating, but still Black Bolt is really fucking strong even when most of the current writers completely forgot about his master blow and only use his voice.
The matter manipulation was the real killer. Although the master blow kinda lost purpose when black bolt got into class 100 hundred range. He would have to punch people off the planet for it to look good.
Why did they make Elastic Man so insecure in Justice?
It's the moments like these Iike the best.
Yeah. In addition to learning how to throw lightning, he also learned how to do the multiple Flash after image thing
>just how strong is black bolt?
He screamed a hole in space and time.
Once it led to the cancerverse, the other time they used it to reach in the hole and fish out one of the infinity gems.
>does anyone else ever feel guilty for fapping to non porn comics?
Considering how extremely sexy they drew Harley in Injustice, no, not really.
There was one panel before they kill Dick where Harley was actually drawn with no underwear on.
So.. is there a safe spot to view Grayson without being mesmerized by him? You look at his face and bam, you're captivated. Look at him from the back and his butt just hypnotizes you.
It was a big rock
That storyline had its moments.
Of all the people that Slott used to get Spock some street cred, Blackout seems the weirdest. The guy used to taunt Ghost Rider with the fact that he killed his sister, seems out of Spider-mans league.
Batman I guess. Try it out loud, it sound normal
>literally grabbing lightning and throwing it like a javelin
Why is this show so stupid? They could've just had him channel it with his speed aura or something.
Other than that this episode was pretty hype.
>chad shows up in your universe
>decides to stay
>does your job better than you
>steals your girl
>hurr durr Batman could beat Superman, Thor and Goku in a fight
>muh prep time
>muh Batman never ever kills
>Superior in every way to the rest of the Justice league
>he would definetly beat everyone with prep time
>Nolan is a god
Those people. The ones who think that Batman is the greatest hero in all of existance and could never be beaten. You say batfags to mean a fan of the bat franchise?
It's worse than that. Batman stops the fight by saying that he knows who Superman is and that he's a good guy. He could have done that at the beginning and not even had a fight. The only thing I can think of is that he was testing Superman to better assess his power levels.
Several people that know him should have seen something was up in 30 seconds. That sort of got salvaged early on via Longshot vs the Marvel universe explaining that he did get caught immediately and Longshot altered reality via a cosmic cube so that noone caught him.
>that fucking storytime
Some of the most fun I've had reading a comic.
Vulture is there too, and Sandman would have been, buuuuut....
yes because 5,000 years is not enough time. it would be more like 5,000,000,000 years. and there'd be way more changes to planet earth after that long. the whole point is, when the sun changes enough to become a red giant, it would be so close to the earth and so hot that no life could survive. vandal savage would be dead because the temperature would be boiling. there would be no oceans. the sun would take up almost all of the sky and be blindingly bright.
its just dumb.
I dunno. I was a child when I saw this episode and I already thought it was bullshit. As a kid born in the early 90s, I had already seen Cosmos and Bill Nye so my knowledge of science wasn't exactly advanced at the time. But I knew enough to know that the whole idea of this episode was stupid.
Which is too bad. They use words in ways that don't make sense and which demonstrate they have not even a rudimentary understanding of what's going on. It's just stupid.
I guess this is why I don't read comic books anymore.
I thought he was biologically immortal, in the sense that he won't ever age or expire.
But what if he was drowned, or boiled, or dissolved in acid, or melted with Superman's heat vision, or pulled apart and had each of his bodyparts tossed into different stars in opposite corners of the universe? Could he survive that?
Could he survive on a planet without water, food, where the average temperature was enough to boil water?
And all I head is Kabuto Koji screaming "BREASTO FAIYAH!!!"