ITT: best versions of a character
I can see that. How would Transformers Prime Megatron fare in comparison?
Hating on a fucking acronym for "In this thread"
My god, summer really is here
That's not G1
I always thought it meant In Technical Terms
Prime Megatron is literally Movie Megatron, except all bark and no bite (despite the silly shark teeth)
Nah, Scarecrow should be lanky, not broad shouldered. He looks like could actually go toe to toe with batman, which defeats the point
He shouldn't even look that scary UNTIL he uses his fear gas.
So it's a funny case, if this design is what he looks like with fear gas then it's great, but if its not it's shit.
Classic megatron will always be the best. The comics made a pretty good redesign of the classic look though, but I can't seem to find it. On a related note, when did purple become the new black?
I guess that's why I like him. It's a complete flip on the classic skinny strawman into a hangman preacher look. He used his gas to remove peoples fear, forcing them to act without any safety or restraint, held his own in fights and spoke calmly and softly. I mean, weedy doctor Crane with his hallucinogen gas has appeared in comics, films, and games as basically the exact same thing for years before and after, so that curveball design just stuck with me.
It's not summer, it's - I don't even know what to call it - "anti meme extremism".
You know, people who are so angry to the balls with reddit or halfchan that they would like to denounce every single acronym, speech pattern or slang term.
You know, the ones who will call you out on using "meme arrows" if you quote another post
Lol, don't forget "Reddit spacing"
I haven't seen a single episode of Prime, I denounced the entire series based on design similarities with bayformers
I prefer to treat it as it's own thing. 2012 Donatello is neurotic while the 2003 one is more zen and has the occasional snark. I guess I'm more biased towards 2003 because I grew up with that one but I will admit I do like 2012 Donatello except for the romance with April. I don't like 2012 Mikey that much though.
No, the games were ridiculous edgelord shit that only a 13 year old would find appealing (freddy krueger claws? mask sewn into his face? give me a break), the arkham games are very mixed bags in the visual department. Bane was also awful.
My favorite look is still simply this. Nolan got one thing right.
Again, when he's using the fear gas, he can look however you want. It's amazing how few artists/writers ever take good advantage of Scarecrow's potential.
He never even got to be the main baddie in a movie, and he still got overshadowed by jason todd and joker in Arkham Knight
Interesting. I normally preferred to go with the simple look route for Scarecrow since its too easy to edge him up and make him look ridiculous. Though I think ironically enough Injustice 2 actually does use the concept you mention of his fear gas making him look more terrifying. That and I preferred the concept art for the villains from the first Arkham game. I think the artist who did it still has it up on his deviantart page.
I kind of prefer this outfit.
joker in Arkham Knight
What a let down that one was. I was okay with Joker being dead and maybe hearing a few lines like in a flashback but that entire game was a mess. Instead he talks more than the last two games combined. I was so sick of the blood poison thing that went back to the first game. Thought it was okay in AC because it acted like a ticking clock mechanic, but using it again the way they did in AK just made me realize how overused the joker is in general, how overplayed the dichotomy was and how truly false it is.
I like this one better
Shit taste fam smh.
The hair is ok with me. Though I hate the trend of super heroes having no secret identities.
I should clarify, I was talking about the costume, not the character,
inb4 "still shit taste fam smh"
It was way over-done, if they had just used him more sparsely, and definitely cut out that freakin musical number or save it for the credits.
The "joker's nightmare" scene was great for instance, really fitting comeuppance for that kind of vile character where his ego is really all he's got
Yeah, it does and it's a good excuse. I do kind of wish you could play as normal Crane too, he's got a good design as well. But eh, you know.
Took a quick look, yeah the concept art is way better.
It's still a bit edgy, but it's more vibrant and stylistic to balance it out, so Bane and Scarecrow, for instance, don't seem as ridiculous.
I also never really liked Batman's design in these games. Oh the batsuit is fine, I just think he's too bulky and his face looks like he's got fetal alcohol syndrome or something.
The costume is fucking alright what I really hate is when she is drawn indistinguishable from a man like here . Only the hips are the only thing that give away that she is fucking female since her chest looks sharp and edgy and her hair is short. I hate this thing were a female in order to look strong has to have a masculine look.
No one cared who I was untill I put on the mask.
To be fair, memes are fucking cancer, same with imageboard culture, that led 4chan to the gutter. But then again, you have anti-meme extremism that led to stagnation.
I have to watch all of it. Just like 2003, it started to become weird and I lost interest, but I want to watch it in one sit.
indistinguishable from a man
<This wrong argument again
Women can have broad shoulders as well and it can be attractive. And I like dyke hair since 90s Storm. The only problem she have is that she is a cunt, and to be fair women that look like that tend to be cunts, that's why they look like that in the first place, which is a shame I fantasize that girls like that only need a good dicking to start acting correctly while conserving the looks
I fucking hate this Bane, even the Poison Ivy henchman was better.
I thought she had a mohawk and that was in the 80's.
Probably the best adaptation of the character outside of the comics. I liked how they blended the old 616 spidey and the ultimate comics together.
I know you're just shitposting, but TDKR Bane is literally the absolute worst Bane adaptation ever. Took everything that Bane is and squandered it. Half of it wasn't even used. They could've at least gone with an Arkham Origins Bane mask and toned down the effects of Venom at least on the body to have a more "realistic" Bane.
TDKR Bane is literally the absolute worst Bane adaptation ever.
That's why baneposting became such a huge thing user. The movie was awful, and the plain seen was so bad it's good.
Well I'm glad you actually said the real reason behind the meme instead of just spouting something ironic.
The dialogue was so spaced out and retarded it was so bad it was good.
He wasn't alone
You don't get to bring friends
They're not my friends
It was still the best part of the movie, Nolan is a hack who got his career off by making the Joker a two dimensional anarchist.
well he made Joker more of a nihilist.
They literally state in the film he's an anarchist.
4chan went to the gutter when FYAD infested the place, thanks to that cancerlords who think every imageboard must be /b/ circa 2004 + board topic exist.
I thought it was alright
If you say without thinking then yes.
Yeah that doesn't mean he acts like one. Anarchists want no government. Joker doesn't believe in morality and his philosophy has more in common with nihilism than anarchism.
Prime's Starscream stole that whole fucking show. I'd rewatch the series for him alone.
The version of Megatron that sat on his ass while Shockwave did all the work.
Best version of the character.
Who was it that stole the show, again?
This is fact tbh
I love soundwave's design in Prime as well, but he doesn't have any real character traits besides "devote loyalty to Megatron".