skullman2033 said:
because A: no one wants that and B: that's like asking water to be less wet.
So I have a little crush on Jessica, sue me...
Some pictures of the Halloween Overwatch event have been leaked.

https://i.imgur.com/zJ6jUSU.jpg (Mei)
https://i.imgur.com/Oeo8knf.jpg (Symmetra)
https://i.imgur.com/kowecQN.png (Zenyatta)

I think that could make really good corruption or zombie-type art.
AnnoyinGoblin said:
https://i.imgur.com/zJ6jUSU.jpg (Mei)
Ohhh. My favorite Overwatch character dressed like my my DarkStalkers character
Contorted said:
New Last Jedi trailer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0CbN8sfihY&t=1s
The director doesn't want you to watch it though.
Pinkanator said:
The director doesn't want you to watch it though.
About that....
i come bearing tragic news. it seems that recently, grape-kun, better known as that penguin with a waifu has passed on. truly the world is left a little darker without him
skullman2033 said:
i come bearing tragic news. it seems that recently, grape-kun, better known as that penguin with a waifu has passed on. truly the world is left a little darker without him
I just saw that.

Truly he was too good for this world, hope he and his waifu are happy togather in the afterlife.
No man ever expects to outlive their penguin.
The web novel Worm just updated with....something.

A forum thing about what's been happening in the setting since the ending.
Imasuky said:
The web novel Worm just updated with....something.

A forum thing about what's been happening in the setting since the ending.
Thanks for the update.

I have mixed feelings on Worm, but I won't deny it's a hell of a ride.

EDIT: In other bug-superhero news, Miraculous Ladybug just started its second season.
vinegrape said:
Thanks for the update.

I have mixed feelings on Worm, but I won't deny it's a hell of a ride.

EDIT: In other bug-superhero news, Miraculous Ladybug just started its second season.
Yeah Worm is....something that can be hard to take. But it was pretty impressive.

Also

Yay!

I can't wait to see it.
I've read Worm up until chapter eleven, then got kinda bored. Does the second half get really good, or am I already past the "good" part ?

Please avoid spoilers as much as possible, if you can, too.
AnnoyinGoblin said:
I've read Worm up until chapter eleven, then got kinda bored. Does the second half get really good, or am I already past the "good" part ?

Please avoid spoilers as much as possible, if you can, too.
It's hard to say. Like any story it depends on your taste.

Been a while since I read so I can't really say what is good and isn't.
Imasuky said:
Yay!

I can't wait to see it.
Yeah, the first episode's pretty fun.

spoiler

AnnoyinGoblin said:
I've read Worm up until chapter eleven, then got kinda bored. Does the second half get really good, or am I already past the "good" part ?

Please avoid spoilers as much as possible, if you can, too.
That's new. Usually, I see people get bored of it with the later chapters.

If you're already at the Slaughterhouse Nine and still aren't interested, I'd advise you back out. Maybe you could stick around a bit longer for some of Taylor's fight scenes. But if you're not hooked by now, I'd say it's a wasted effort.

I enjoy Worm, but it is very much a "love-it-or-hate-it" series. There's no shame in not liking stuff.
vinegrape said:
Yeah, the first episode's pretty fun.

spoiler

That's new. Usually, I see people get bored of it with the later chapters.

If you're already at the Slaughterhouse Nine and still aren't interested, I'd advise you back out. Maybe you could stick around a bit longer for some of Taylor's fight scenes. But if you're not hooked by now, I'd say it's a wasted effort.

I enjoy Worm, but it is very much a "love-it-or-hate-it" series. There's no shame in not liking stuff.
I still hate even hearing the name of the Slaughterhouse Nine.

Fuck those guys
vinegrape said:
In other bug-superhero news, Miraculous Ladybug just started its second season.
Imasuky said:
Yay!

I can't wait to see it.
I'm unusually apprehensive about it, primarily because I know what happens to action shows that gets a little too into its own mythos (especially magical girl shows) and also I enjoy a show that has ZERO FUCKING ANGST
Where i stopped, they started talking about the Slaughterhouse Nine.
I didn't really stop because I didn't like it, but more because I found something else and didn't really bother to come back to Worm.
I'll try to go a few chapters further ^^
AnnoyinGoblin said:
Where i stopped, they started talking about the Slaughterhouse Nine.
I didn't really stop because I didn't like it, but more because I found something else and didn't really bother to come back to Worm.
I'll try to go a few chapters further ^^
Well at least read some of the stuff the Nine get up to. If they don't get you nothing will
Okay, I'll try.
Thanks for the advice ! ^^
Okay, I'll try.
Thanks for the advice ! ^^
Amazon wants to remake Lord of the Rings as a TV show
Disney is pretty much buying out all the moive stuff from Fox.

Which includes Aliens and Predators.
Imasuky said:
Disney is pretty much buying out all the moive stuff from Fox.

Which includes Aliens and Predators.
It fell through, thank God.
Contorted said:
It fell through, thank God.
Too bad I wanted to see Aliens in Kingdom Hearts 4.
Contorted said:
It fell through, thank God.
Imasuky said:
Too bad I wanted to see Aliens in Kingdom Hearts 4.
On one hand, The Predator And Deadpool 2 are saved. On the other hand, yet again The X-Men are stooped from being in the DCU.
Imasuky said:
Too bad I wanted to see Aliens in Kingdom Hearts 4.
This quote explains why I don't want it to happen:

"Let’s look at what 20th Century Fox has done this year. They released the bonkers A Cure for Wellness, the masterful, R-rated Logan, the solid R-rated comedy Snatched, the controversial Alien: Covenant, and the astounding War for the Planet of the Apes. That’s not to say that it’s a studio that only makes hits, but it’s a studio that gives a lot of money to concepts that aren’t easily marketed like a western noir superhero movie, a film where an android kisses himself, and a summer tentpole that’s basically says, “Humanity deserves to die.”

Now compare that to Disney’s slate, which includes Beauty and the Beast, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Cars 3, and Thor: Ragnarok. And those movies have made a lot of money for Disney. They know what franchises are valuable, and they hit them out of the park at the box office. The machine works well, and it does its job, which is to make hits and then use those hits to power ancillary revenue streams like toys, clothes, theme parks, etc. And that’s fine. It’s a business model that works and we get enjoyable movies out of it.

But I like living in a world where we have both 20th Century Fox and Disney producing different kinds of films and offering consumers more choices. If Disney purchases Fox, what happens to Fox’s slate? Do they stop making Deadpool or do they try to make it PG-13 so that it fits with the rest of the Marvel Studios brand? Does Disney bank on difficult films like A Cure for Wellness, or do they instead choose to spend it on something safer and more family-friendly? And where do creatives go to pitch their ideas? The number of major studios that will back an R-rated film goes from five to four, and if those four say “No”, that movie doesn’t get to exist."

Defcon7 said:
On one hand, The Predator And Deadpool 2 are saved. On the other hand, yet again The X-Men are stooped from being in the DCU.
MCU, you mean. And besides, we wouldn't have things like DOFP, Deadpool or Logan if X-Men was part of the MCU.
Contorted said:
MCU, you mean. And besides, we wouldn't have things like DOFP, Deadpool or Logan if X-Men was part of the MCU.
FACK. I didnt see that spelling error!

Ah...frankly I’d at least be ok with Fox keeping DP. If it wasn’t rated R, probably wouldn’t work.
Guys I think it would be fine. I mean the netflix shows are certainly pretty R-rated.

If they were to release movies like Deadpool or Logan, they would probably release it under the Touchstone banner or create a new division of marvel to put it under, much like how some of the other hardcore marvel movies were released under the Marvel Knights banner, which would honestly make it fine.
MCU would be better off with X-Men in it. Much as i feel like Mutants often clash with other heroes of the land (namely: why are mutants treated like degenerate freaks while other metahumans are venerated? Fantastic Four are beloved in-universe but the X-Men are reviled), it's a richer world with them in it rather than not. Wolverine started as a Hulk villain, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch ran from the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants to become early Avengers.