19 Oct 2014 23:34 | 37,467 notes | Reblog

batsyandmrj:

There’s thousands of notes on posts about how unfair it is that there isn’t a wonder woman movie and now that its been officially announced nobody is talking about it?

Like Can I get at least a hell yeah?

19 Oct 2014 23:08 | 3,002 notes | Reblog
cesperanza:

prtypooper:

hahahaha this is amazing. 
Captain Small Ass and Falcon Big Butt in all their glory.

LOLOL.  I’m waiting for the photoshop in 5….4….3….

cesperanza:

prtypooper:

hahahaha this is amazing. 

Captain Small Ass and Falcon Big Butt in all their glory.

LOLOL.  I’m waiting for the photoshop in 5….4….3….

19 Oct 2014 16:25 | 28 notes | Reblog

ravingsofanundiscoveredgenius:

chrysanthemumskies:

tbh whenever anyone mentions age of Ultron Maximoffs I have to pause and actually remember who they’re referring to because I don’t associate aou maximoffs with wanda and pietro esp since they would not stand for this white washing HYDRA manipulated “volunteering” bullshit

Whenever I see a photoset of comics!Wanda and movie!Wanda I do a double take because I still can’t comprehend how they’re supposed to be the same character.

19 Oct 2014 16:18 | 6 notes | Reblog

Warner Bros. and DC Expose Marvel's Achilles Heel: Diversity (Opinion)

therealsongbirddiamondback:

Seriously, I am so glad that DC is the one pushing this all to happen!

19 Oct 2014 15:03 | 7,391 notes | Reblog

The main reason I did Captain America was because I wanted to get out of my own head and stop taking my work so seriously. I’d had enough. I was like, “I want to train! I want to be a supergirl! I want a machine gun! I want to look fabulous and be surrounded by hunky bare-chested men! I want to make a movie that people come away from feeling amazing and invincible!

The main reason I did Captain America was because I wanted to get out of my own head and stop taking my work so seriously. I’d had enough. I was like, “I want to train! I want to be a supergirl! I want a machine gun! I want to look fabulous and be surrounded by hunky bare-chested men! I want to make a movie that people come away from feeling amazing and invincible!

19 Oct 2014 15:00 | 17,024 notes | Reblog

kirkspocks:

i want the “steve rogers is bi” movement to become so strong that people who arent in on it begin to question it. they’ll be like “he isn’t canonically bi… is he?” but they’ll never find a real answer bc so many people will be like “no. he is. he definitely is” and everyone will be confused and then his bisexuality will get written into movies

18 Oct 2014 23:51 | 99 notes | Reblog
docgold13:

Ms. Marvel / Kamala Khan cut-out doodle
so, apparently, Kamala’s Wikipedia page was vandalized by some bigoted idiot who replaced every instance of the word, ‘Muslim’ with the word, ‘terrorist;’ even going so far as to misidentify writer, G. Willow Wilson, as a terrorist as well.  Such tasteless and hateful nonsense.
I’m not sure what this fool was hoping to achieve here, but its effect on me has been to make me want to continue buying every issue as they come out, giving the books away after I’m done reading them, and then buy the trade paperback(s) for rereading.  
so chew on that, dirtbag..

docgold13:

Ms. Marvel / Kamala Khan cut-out doodle

so, apparently, Kamala’s Wikipedia page was vandalized by some bigoted idiot who replaced every instance of the word, ‘Muslim’ with the word, ‘terrorist;’ even going so far as to misidentify writer, G. Willow Wilson, as a terrorist as well.  Such tasteless and hateful nonsense.

I’m not sure what this fool was hoping to achieve here, but its effect on me has been to make me want to continue buying every issue as they come out, giving the books away after I’m done reading them, and then buy the trade paperback(s) for rereading. 

so chew on that, dirtbag..

18 Oct 2014 23:50 | 307 notes | Reblog
"If you don’t love Sam Wilson, you’re wrong."

Steve Rogers, probably (via ohquill)

18 Oct 2014 21:28 | 10 notes | Reblog
Anonymous:
what would you say are some of the best books for wanda? and who are your favourite writers for her?

By books, do you mean trades or runs or just titles? She mostly sticks to Avengers, and when she leaves, it does work out all that well. The Busiek run of Avengers vol 3 is the classic answer here and with good cause. If I were going to say any decade, it would be the 70s, meaning the 70s Avengers since she wasn’t in any other titles. There were things I hated about the 70s, but it was the height of her popularity for a reason.

If we’re talking modern, I’d go with Children’s Crusade because Heinberg was heavily influenced by Abnett and Lanning in terms of personality and it showed (and because I have no other options). There are other reasons to hate it and that scene at the end where she goes off on her own is awful, but, well, what else am I gonna say?

And also Force Works. Not that I would ever recommend Force Works to anyone, but when it came to Wanda, it was pretty much on point.

Writer-wise:

  1. Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning
  2. Kurt Busiek
  3. Steve Englehart

None of those were perfect, but overall, they did the best jobs.