02 Sep 2014 15:49 | 1,793 notes | Reblog

"Painkiller Jane," Woman-Directed Bisexual Woman Superhero Movie, Announced While Marvel and DC Twiddle Thumbs

02 Sep 2014 14:58 | 114 notes | Reblog
daveyjhey:

Based off my earlier concept that 616 Jean is dumped back on Earth by the Phoenix and is pissed at her younger self, Hope, Emma, the Phoenix Five. But bestie Storm is on hand with a kristaferanka outfit with a kevinwada twist to show she’s still HBIC

daveyjhey:

Based off my earlier concept that 616 Jean is dumped back on Earth by the Phoenix and is pissed at her younger self, Hope, Emma, the Phoenix Five. But bestie Storm is on hand with a kristaferanka outfit with a kevinwada twist to show she’s still HBIC

01 Sep 2014 18:32 | 13,153 notes | Reblog

[on diversity in media] I think its social responsibility. I think it’s our responsibility to stand up and say what we want. It think if you look at television in the past two years, it’s becoming the decade of the female. Like, all these new shows with female leads. Even if you look at television, as well as cable, as well as films, there’s been a resurgence, as far as the leading woman in Hollywood, which is great. And I think we’re also at the point now…you know, it’s interesting…x

01 Sep 2014 18:31 | 10 notes | Reblog

clintonfbarton:

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jasonttodd replied to your post:

"i watched SUITS last night i can totally be a lawyer"

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01 Sep 2014 18:30 | 168 notes | Reblog
Anonymous:
Would you ever be at all tempted to pen a run on Captain America?

In a hot second.

wondygirl:

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The writer we need

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01 Sep 2014 15:29 | 152 notes | Reblog

seanhowe:

The Man Who Colored The Marvel Universe:

Stan Goldberg (1932-2014)

Marvel colorist Stan Goldberg, who created the color schemes of the costumes of Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, and dozens of others, died yesterday, at the age of 82. Mark Evanier has more information here.


I wrote briefly, in Marvel Comics: The Untold Story, about two of Stan’s contributions to the Marvel mythos.

On The Fantastic Four:

And although they remained unmasked (in another break from comic-book convention, they were going to keep their identities public), at the urging of letter-writing fans they soon had snappy blue uniforms. “Jack gave them this long underwear with the letter ‘4’ on their chest,” said Stan Goldberg, who designed the color schemes of the Marvel comics. “I made the ‘4’ blue and kept a little area around it white, and then when the villains came in—the villains get the burnt umbers, dark greens, purples, grays, things like that—they can bounce off it.” The blast of colorful heroics against a murky background world immediately set Fantastic Four apart from everything else on the newsstand.

On Spider-Man:

The grand melodrama was offset by Lee’s snappy patter, Ditko’s stunning costume design, and, once again, the primary-color palette choices of Stan Goldberg, who selected for Spider-Man’s costume a combination of cherry red and dark cobalt (in deliberate contrast to the more vivacious azure of the Fantastic Four).

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Goldberg also drew non-superhero comics for Marvel in its Timely incarnation, and was the longtime artist for Marvel’s Millie the Model series. In the late 1960s he began drawing for various series published by Archie Comics.