01 Oct 2014 04:51 | 2,813 notes | Reblog
Why the hell do you need an arrow that comes back to you after you 
shoot it, Clint?
30 Sep 2014 22:41 | 3,914 notes | Reblog

marvelobsessions:

Steve desperately trying to high five Bucky in Captain America: The Winter Soldier

30 Sep 2014 21:38 | 48 notes | Reblog

magic-for-losers:

magic-for-losers:

"You would not understand, boy. What I did… I did for love."

Clea, Sorceress Supreme

Earth X (1999)

30 Sep 2014 21:10 | 22 notes | Reblog
throughthejuleps:

For crotalusatrox!
I’m doing $10 flash commissions in this style to help pay for my table in Artist Alley for New Orleans Wizard Con! ($10 for one character, $5+ for each additional character)
Inbox me with a character and send payment to julep.illustration@gmail.com to be added to the queue. Thanks for helping out!

throughthejuleps:

For crotalusatrox!

I’m doing $10 flash commissions in this style to help pay for my table in Artist Alley for New Orleans Wizard Con! ($10 for one character, $5+ for each additional character)

Inbox me with a character and send payment to julep.illustration@gmail.com to be added to the queue. Thanks for helping out!

30 Sep 2014 21:07 | 483 notes | Reblog

kurtbusiek:

faitherinhicks:

postcardsfromspace:

bigredrobot:

Kurt Busiek dropping the mic on the “wretched, insulting narrative that Kirby’s heirs up and sued Marvel because they smelled money.”

Definitely worth reading the whole thing cuz these screenshots are terrible.

This is so important. Read it. All of it.

*applauds*

Uh, gee, thanks.

[If I’d known this was going to get picked up and spread around, I’d have done a second draft…]

30 Sep 2014 20:47 | 913 notes | Reblog

DC Comics Thinks Their T-Shirts Suck Too

dcwomenkickingass:

Since I started this blog four years ago I’ve reported on problematic merchandise featuring DC Comics IP too many times to mention. And it seems to go the same way:

1. Post on item

2. Get worked over in comments, Twitter and comics forums by people stating one or more of the following:

  • feminists have no sense of humor aka “Ah yes, more, more bullsh*t from the feminist brigade”
  • that there are “real problems” in the world and question why “this is even an issue”
  • I’m a woman and have no problem with it
  • I showed it to my wife/daughter/girlfriend/mother and they had no problem with it
  • You “misinterpreted” the item 
  • comics are for dudes so get over it
  • why did I ignore that other thing so clearly I am a selective journalist that just hates DC and finally, always a favorite,
  • I’m an ugly bitch SJW feminazi who needs a good dickin’

And yup all that stuff got said this week when I posted about a t-shirt featuring Wonder Woman and Superman that basically elicited a huge EWWWW from most people who saw it.

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Coincidentally another t-shirt popped this week that state the wearer was “training to be Batman’s wife”.

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And that got an equal amount of disgust.

But this time? This time DC Comics responded to the issue and we got this:

DC Comics is home to many of the greatest male and female Super Heroes in the world. All our fans are incredibly important to us, and we understand that the messages on certain t-shirts are offensive. We agree. Our company is committed to empowering boys and girls, men and women, through our characters and stories. Accordingly, we are taking a look at our licensing and product design process to ensure that all our consumer products reflect our core values and philosophy.

I have to admit I’m surprised to not only see them comment but acknowledge the problem and say they will try and fix it.

Good job, DC.

30 Sep 2014 20:43 | 66 notes | Reblog
funkopopvinyl:

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funkopopvinyl:

Comikaze Storm and Captain America Exclusive Pops

Comikaze Hot Topic Exclusives revealed Coming this year at Comikaze 2014 comes two new exclusives! The first is a GITD Storm from X-Men and the second is Unmasked Captain America. Storm from the X-Men made her first appearance in 1975 in the comic “Giant-Size X-Men #1″. She is a…

Read More about Comikaze Storm and Captain America Exclusive Pops

If you would like to find out more Funko POP Vinyl information, go to popvinyl.net

#2014, #America, #Captain, #Comikaze, #Funko, #Gitd, #Pop, #Storm, #Unmasked