@god_spawn: You won't. Simple as that. Mwahahahahahaha!!!
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Turning 25 tomorrow. Damn, now I feel old lol
The Berserker Armor isn't a power-up if anything it's honestly another obstacle for Guts and his inhuman spirit to overcome.
We are never going to see that animated, are we?
Another big reason that I'm leaving is an old complaint of mine, I'm sick of reading the same handful of characters. DC is a worse offender of this than Marvel. How many new comics released recently have starred Batman, Superman or Wonder Woman? I was sad when they announced the cancellation of Static, Blue Beetle and most of all Sword of Sorcery, which had so much potential. Similarly, in Marvel, the cancellation of Journey into Mystery starring Sif saddened me. In my opinion, there is no reason for a Justice League 3000 comic.
Are DC and Marvel really to blame for this? If you ask me, the fans are. How many non-Batman, Superman, JL etc books DC has published ever since the New 52 started? On the top of my head, Blue Beetle, Sword of Sorcery, Demon Knights, Static Shock, Mr. Terrific, Blackhawks, Grifter, Threshold, Team 7, Voodoo etc And those are only the ones I can remember right now. So people can hardly say that DC didn't to promote other characters. Those books were cancelled because the readers weren't buying them. Seeing the fans complaining each time a book is cancelled because the fans themselves didn't buy that book, is really laughable. Now I can agree that some of those books were bad but still people can't say that DC didn't try. People tend to forget that in the end, DC and Marvel are just companies. They don't make comics out of the goodness of their hearts but they do it in order to make a profit and make a living. Do you think that DC would have any problem publishing a Legion of Superheroes at the same time with Justice League 3000, if both books were selling well? I think not. People need to understand that comic book companies only create the comic books that fans want in the end. I see people complaining about Batman or Wolverine being everywhere or that there are too many Avengers books out there now but somehow those books make it to the top of the sales chart unlike others books that don't feature those characters. The companies see what sells the most and create new books accordingly. If fans want more non-Batman, Superman, Wolverine, X-men etc books, how about you (and by you, I mean fans in general and not personally you, just to be clear) start buying more of these books instead of complaining, quite hypocritically I might say, whenever one of those gets cancelled even though apparently you weren't buying/reading it according to the sales?
Attack on Titan is kinda dragging.
At least Sleepy Hollow has been renewed for a second season. That's good.
I'm really digging that show so far.
Same here. It has been a pleasant surprise so far.