For The Masses:
Beautiful and flawless character designs by Jamal Campbell:First of all… holy. Second of all… shit. These are magnificent.
Gina Torres as Wonder Woman
Nicki Minaj as Power Girl
Laverne Cox as HuntressLucy Liu as ZatannaBeyoncé as Black Canary
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"I’ve been told I’m a violent girl. I’ve been given a 19th-century blade for my birthday. I’m sword mad!"
This is one criminally underrated Batman villain.
SERIOUSLY THOUGH SHE WAS MY FAVORITE BATMAN VILLAIN
Her physical condition didn’t allow her to age
No one took her seriously as an actress
And even when she was trying to get into a happy romantic relationship (albeit with another villain) he still couldn’t take her seriously as a consenting, sexually active and romantically interested adult
That’s a lot of blows to someone’s psyche
and Babydoll is both a sympathetic villain and a formidable one
I remember this episode fucked me up a a kid.
And man, do I wish we could see this Batman again: the Batman that consoles his villains, because the majority (if not all) of them are mentally ill people. And Batman knows this and wants them healthy again, not punished and GOD definitely not dead.
Geek Studio’s Geek Gift Guide: Marvel Comics Edition
All superheroes have their downtime so give an awesome gift to a superhero in your life! Games, necklaces, candles, and cookie cutters for the Marvel fan you’re shopping for.
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One of the reasons women in Marvel mentoring other women is so important to me is that mentorship isn’t a one-way street. It’s not just that characters like Laura and Rikki and Anya and Skye need someone to look up to and guide them. It’s also that characters like Nat and Jess and Melinda May deserve the constant reminder that they are heroes, that they deserve to be looked up to, that they’re part of something bigger, and that they matter.
"I decided that I was a feminist. This seemed uncomplicated to me. But my recent research has shown me that feminism has become an unpopular word. Women are choosing not to identify as feminists. Apparently, [women’s expression is] seen as too strong, too aggressive, anti-men, unattractive."
Sports Editor at The Nation, Dave Zirin
Jessie J just slayed the Bang Bang track SINGLEHANDEDLY.