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DC MEME -  [2/?] favorite female characters (in no particular order)

Carol Ferris / Star Sapphire 

"I’m not going to lie, I sort of miss sitting down while traveling. Floating gets a little old." - Carol Ferris in Green Lantern: New Guardians #027 

*jumps into this bandwagon several weeks late with Starbucks* Am I cool now?

This entire post is dedicated to my awesome (in a dysfunctional sort of way) Team Edain family. Live fast, die awesome.

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crovvnart:

** this is not meant to teach anatomy/proportions!! this is only meant to be a guide on shapes!! **

i was trying to explain to a friend how the magic manicotti trick worked and idk. why am i posting this? who knows.

if it helps someone, though, then that’s cool!

titanite001:

Anthony Jones

hypable:

The success of Arrow and the upcoming spinoff The Flash has led Warner Bros. to put into development a Supergirl TV series.

It’ll be the first time a primetime show airing on a network like The CW will focus on a female superhero rather than a male one.

According to Deadline, the Supergirl TV series is being produced by Greg Berlanti, the mind behind the two aforementioned CW super hero shows. WB is the television studio in charge of the DC properties like Supergirl.

Read more at Hypable.com

What do you think about the recent backlash on Milo Manara's Spider-Woman cover? I liked it, although I understand why some people might get upset.

brianmichaelbendis:

I do understand it. it was a mixed message and I’m glad that Marvel copped to it.  frankly, my feelings mirrored Amy Reeder’s

“If you want to know my opinion on Milo Manara’s Spider-woman cover, I’m going to have to disappoint you and say I feel super divided on it. I love Milo Manara!! It’s a variant cover…so it’s sort of an erotica variant! Of course, I’d also like to see Katie Cook do her own version…that’d make Marvel’s choice seem a little less like a systemic problem. And yes, it’s all a different story with context, but without context, it is a bit jarring and I don’t negate that because the Internet really changes our experience these days. And the image itself does remind me a lot of images by artists I DON’T respect…

“That’s not my point. My point is, it’s not an easy thing to evaluate or explain what is okay and what’s not. Some sexy drawings of women I can get behind, some I can’t. Some of that’s context. But a lot of it is what seemed like a weird intuition that I couldn’t really pinpoint, until recently.

“The word that changes everything for me is ‘personhood.’ Does this woman seem like a person? Do they have life breathed into them? A personality? Or are they an object? Do they feel manufactured or repetitive? Would guys who like this appreciate that I am a living, breathing woman? Or would they complain I talk too much?”

–Rocket Girl artist Amy Reeder,

 to add to that I find that there is a very creepy undertone of certain people trying to shame creators. I could do without that altogether. it’s creepy.

 I was more offended by the creators redrawing the cover ‘properly’  how insipid.

 if you don’t like something don’t buy it. if enough people don’t buy it just won’t exist. this creator shaming, to me, is creepier than anything you might think is wrong in this business.

 all an uproar does is put the spotlight on something and that thing ends up being waaaay more financially successful than it would’ve been without it. this is a truth as old as our culture.

 one of my kids might end up going to college because of Glenn Beck’s racist shit about miles morales :)

 sometimes I see people pulling panels out of context in a weird attempt to shame people.  like, if you showed the next panel the panel you showed would and does have a different context.

 in my opinion, artists should be able to express themselves without fear of shaming. that idea is the most important to me. I get concerned about what kind of vanilla, soulless crap we are going to end up with if everybody is subconsciously worried about being shamed.

 I was glad manara came out and defended himself and didn’t back down from his art even though I don’t think he needed to.

 if you don’t like it, don’t buy it. say it over and over.

 and now take a moment and curb your desire to yell at me because I have an opinion that might disagree with your own. thank you :-)

feedmecomicart:

SO I BETTER BE DAMN PERFECT.

Hawkeye vs. Deadpool #0

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kristaferanka:

uncannybrettwhite:

Mark Waid & Jamie McKelvie on “Nightcrawler”

Marjorie Liu & Kris Anka on “Wonder Woman” (totally Kris’ idea, a great one)

Greg Pak & Fiona Staples on “Thor”

Jeff Parker & Chris Samnee on “Superman”

Kieron Gillen & Declan Shalvey on “Hawkeye”

Corinna Bechko & Gabriel Hardman on “Guardians of the Galaxy”

Doesn’t exist, but also Greg Rucka & Sean Murphy on “Rogue”

A fantastic list I do say!!

Alternatively: Marjorie and myself on “Emma frost”

kristaferanka:

uncannybrettwhite:

patbaer:

laughterkey:

bookshop:

heidi8:

teamfreekickass:

alexandertheprettyalright:

mamalaz:

Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel 

Speaking their lines vs the final product

Why is Vin Diesel looking down? Is he worried he’s gonna forget his line?

Vin Diesel asked the director his inspiration for every line he did and did multiple takes until he was satisfied. He also recorded the line over 1,000 times and also recorded his lines in Mandarin, Portuguese, French, and Spanish so they could use his real voice in those versions. He’s looking at his lines because Vin Diesel is a  dedicated  motherfucking professional

And then he showed up at the LA premiere like this: 

Vin Diesel in an I AM GROOT shirt, on stilts, because he is awesome and magical

Stilts, people!

Vin Diesel is so fantastic every time I hear people mock him I just want to be like “excuse you, do you know of any other multi-racial actor in Hollywood who’s fronted a blockbuster franchise featuring an unashamedly multi-cultural cast full of primarily non-white actors, and who has done it unapologetically over and over again for *seven* installments? NO, YOU DON’T, SIT THE FUCK DOWN.”

<3 <3 <3

Vin Diesel makes goofy movies like The Pacifier so he can keep making Riddick movies. He even went so far as to found Tigon Studios to make sure the Riddick video game was good (it was awesome).

I love Vin Diesel!

In high school and college, when Vin Diesel really rose to box office prominence, I used to hate Vin Diesel because he seemed like the kind of dumb macho guy that A. made fun of me a lot and B., well, A’s enough, isn’t it? 

And then he went on “The Tonight Show” and talked in depth about his high school life as a hardcore D&D player. So. I’m on board with Vin Diesel now. And also, like, don’t judge people by how they look

i don’t even care about the gifs. reblogging for the comments and cause Vin is my boy. 

tessfowler:

Laying my sword down for a second. You’re safe here. I’m not going to hack you to pieces. For the moment, at least. (See? That’s a joke. I’m normal just like you. I make jokes too.) But I warn you, this is probably not something you want to hear. Don’t…

ladyloveandjustice:

the comments on this are unreal “she needs to keep quiet about the death threats she recieves and not make the public”

because we really just want women to keep quiet about the crimes committed against them. Please don’t call attention to the fact misogyny is dangerous, ladies. Just shut up and don’t share the horrible things you are going through.

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