Official Win-O'-Thread #3
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>What is this thread?
Every Wins'day at Win-O'-Clock we gather here and post links to the latest scans and rips of comic books.
Most links we uploaded ourselves, others we are sharing from elsewhere.
Some comics we've even purchased ourselves (but most we didn't).
If you'd like to help out, just ask and we would be delighted to tell you how.
Otherwise, be patient, be polite, and understand the simple concept behind these words: Not posted means not available yet.
>Where can I find old Win-O'-Threads?
(Note: This finds the OP for old threads. If you want to search for comics in the archive, clear the subject field!)
>Where can I find downloads for other comics?
Warez forums/blogs (like AvaxHome), DDL-indexing search engines (like FileDiva), torrent trackers (like KickAss) and other P2P networks (like DC++).
If a link has been posted on 4chan, you can search for it in the Desu archive (add "http*" to searches to return only posts with links).
If all else fails, just >buy it.
>Where can I buy comics?
On the various publishers' webstores, and at your local comics shop.
>Where can I find an LCS?
>Where can I find out when new comics are released?
>How do I download from websites that only give me .exe files?
Untick the checkbox under the download button.
>How can I find this thread every week?
If you are using the inline extension go to http://4chan.org/co/official or use the option under "Filters & Post Hiding".
If you have 4chanX go to Settings > Filter > Subject and add the following line:
>And last but not least
Adventure Time S7 thread
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Well, the hype's slowly coming, S7 is going to be great guys.
>Season 7 premiere week promo
>Stakes miniseries airs for 4 days, Monday, Nov. 16 to Thursday, Nov. 19
>High quality Stakes intro
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There are plenty of things to be cynical about, but there are still some really amazing stories being told. Some weeks, when I have a smoke, nothing brings me more joy than to read a new story or a long story.
Everyone reads them, or partakes in movies. And even amongst movies, there are good comic stories. The language of aspiration and big ethics is now common. It's definitely sentimental and mediocre sometimes, but when it's right, it's satisfying to most people who like a story.
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People need to stop acting like there is inherent "problem" with Superman, as if the reason he isn't popular is some inherent aspect.
News flash, with charcaters like this it doesn't fucking Matter. Blade and Ant Man both had very successful films, it doesn't matter who the fuck the character is,only that you actually bring the quality.
Superman was huge in the 70s, a notoriously edgy and cynical time
because he had two very good movies. Same with Linda Carter Wonder Woman. A light or dark tone doesnt have anything to do with hoe successful a film is. The Dark Knight and Gotg were both huge.
You just have to not suck.
People will like Superman when you make a film or tv show or videogame r other mass media product that doesn't totally fucking blow
No one cares about "accessibility" or being "hip"or any of that shit. Just dont suck.
Fucking talking trees? Quips? Grimdark?Made for kids? Hard R?Who the fuck cares, just be good.
The moment Superman gets sometbing big enough to be a cultural landmark again, he will be "in" just like how Batman was "out" between 66 and Burton. or between Schumacher and Nolan
BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
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New information from Total Film magazine.
>The movie begins with the battle between Superman and Zod from Bruce Wayne's perspective as he attempts to rescue innocents trapped in one of his office buildings, but fails.
>Two years later, Wayne harbors resentment against Superman, whom he blames for the rampant destruction in Metropolis. Alfred Pennyworth is worried Wayne is losing touch with his humanity and tries to dissuade him from challenging Superman, but to no avail.
>Wayne and Lex Luthor have been holding fundraisers together to rebuild Metropolis. At one point, Wayne visits Luthor at LexCorp, where Luthor humilliates Wayne and dismisses him as a frivolous playboy. This, however, is part of a ruse by Wayne to evaluate LexCorp's security. Batman later breaks into the building and fights off Luthor's guards to steal Kryptonite to fight Superman.
>Batman functions as an antagonist for most of the movie.
>Batman relies on deception to fight Superman, while Superman is resolute to "fight fair".
>Wonder Woman is crucial to the plot, but her role is secret as it heavily involves the lead-ins to JUSTICE LEAGUE. Everyone praises Gal Gadot as the ideal choice as is customary of a movie's production blitz.
>There is a dead Robin, but they haven't yet revealed who he is.