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septembriseur:

You guys… I found this bizarre 90s guide to Avengers Mansion and there is so much muchness I don’t even know where to begin. image

  • Yes, that is the Vision in the doorway, casually creeping on Wanda and Wonder Man. Just, you know, everyday Avengers stuff.
  • THAT IS NOT HOW YOU PLAY CHESS. AT ALL.
  • What better way to decorate the room where you like to relax than with a giant portrait of yourselves.
  • What. is. Wanda. wearing. (Answer: something marginally less insane than her costume at this time: image… which is a variant on her Transian bellydancing wear: image

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Firestar: “Ha ha look at us, Justice. Just two totally normal people walking down a totally normal hallway adorned with enormous portraits and action figures of our teammates, along with lethal weapons.”

Jarvis: “You fucking lunatics.”

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Justice: Hey, look, Firestar! Remember when our teammates’ souls were sucked out of their bodies and imprisoned as living dolls?! NEAT!

Ultron heads: *will almost certainly come to life and threaten world destruction within the next three years*

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rraaaarrl:

Ah yes, the mystical “FUCK OFF” circle.
(Hellblazer #285)

rraaaarrl:

Ah yes, the mystical “FUCK OFF” circle.

(Hellblazer #285)

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fuckyeahblackwidow:


Sharon: You do not know her, Natasha. You think you know her because she’s Russian-born and trained young. You think you know her because you think she’s you. The truth is, you spent a day and a half with her after you extracted her— and at your first meeting, she tried to kick your—Natasha: Keep your voice down!Sharon: You had Steve Rogers stash her in a safe house and you never spoke to her again. You do not know her.

One of the things I love of about Sharon and Natasha’s brief interaction is how Sharon’s pragmatism shines through. Most of Natasha’s friends are superheroes, and through their eyes she comes off cold, calculating, harsh. But to other SHIELD agents, the ones without fancy Avengers clearance and mysterious backstories, Natasha must seem sentimental and showy. She has the skill to run into a room full of armed men and beat them all with fists and high-kicking, and they do not. She gets away with things, she can bend the rules, she can make her own missions. They are numbers— Agent 15, Agent 44. She is the Black Widow.
Sharon is not a superhero, she is a spy. She deals with the the threats of a comic book world without powers and without any of the plot protections that come with Avengers status. She fights within a narrative that considers her expendable. And that has made her tough and “unlikable” and mean, but she keeps fighting, anyway, because Sharon Carter is the bravest motherfucker on Earth 616.
I am glad that this story let Natasha be right about Tatiana. But I am glad it let Sharon be right, too.
From Captain America and the Secret Avengers #1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Greg Tocchini.

fuckyeahblackwidow:

Sharon: You do not know her, Natasha. You think you know her because she’s Russian-born and trained young. You think you know her because you think she’s you. The truth is, you spent a day and a half with her after you extracted her— and at your first meeting, she tried to kick your
Natasha: Keep your voice down!
Sharon: You had Steve Rogers stash her in a safe house and you never spoke to her again. You do not know her.

One of the things I love of about Sharon and Natasha’s brief interaction is how Sharon’s pragmatism shines through. Most of Natasha’s friends are superheroes, and through their eyes she comes off cold, calculating, harsh. But to other SHIELD agents, the ones without fancy Avengers clearance and mysterious backstories, Natasha must seem sentimental and showy. She has the skill to run into a room full of armed men and beat them all with fists and high-kicking, and they do not. She gets away with things, she can bend the rules, she can make her own missions. They are numbers— Agent 15, Agent 44. She is the Black Widow.

Sharon is not a superhero, she is a spy. She deals with the the threats of a comic book world without powers and without any of the plot protections that come with Avengers status. She fights within a narrative that considers her expendable. And that has made her tough and “unlikable” and mean, but she keeps fighting, anyway, because Sharon Carter is the bravest motherfucker on Earth 616.

I am glad that this story let Natasha be right about Tatiana. But I am glad it let Sharon be right, too.

From Captain America and the Secret Avengers #1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Greg Tocchini.

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zombres:

and i especially love the idea of his fakey bruce wayne-y acting he has a watch collection he has a wing of japanese art at the Met named after him and he stumbles around at the gala opening smiling benignly and asking people to explain things and then mispronouncing them and acting all embarrassed and being photographed rollerskating (badly) next to a model in the jogging lane of gotham central park and his cars are brightly coloured and difficult to insure and how he’s at a bar and the news flicks over to a story of a breakout at Arkham and he gets all still and whoever’s at his elbow is like ‘hey bruce - what’s with you?’ and idris!bruce just says ‘i have that same shirt as the news anchor - does mine look that bad?? you’d tell me right?’ (all tags from harrietvane)

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godendag:

who do you want me to be? how about a friend? // promise me one thing. that you will stay who you are; not a perfect soldier, but a good man.

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Anonymous said: In continuation of the mullet question from yesterday would you consider it possible that instead of dying during the death of superman series superman instead had to leave the comicverse because he had a music career and thrn fathered miley cyrus?

reyesrobbies:

great scott we’ve cracked it

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thewintersoldier:

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omg peter

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clintbarttons:

"When I was a girl… the sky called me home. Should be interesting to see what calls me next."

Storm #001 

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brianmichaelbendis:

Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent/Superman - art by Nacho Castro

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reyesrobbies:

koromons said: 

I always wanted him to be called Kon again, I bitched and moaned about it and just now….be careful what you wish for, right? I don’t know whether to cry or laugh

at this point i dont even know if clark blessing the name or saying it doesn’t matter what krypton thinks or even superboy reclaiming the name as something positive can even save this. every time i refer to new 52!superboy as kon now it leaves a bad taste in my mouth. it’s a goddamn slur that is so damning on krypton that kara’s first reaction to hearing ‘clone’ was to punch superboy flying into space and try to knock seven shades of shit out of him.

'kon-el' wasn't an insult. kon-el was clark reaching out to him, letting kon know that despite the fact that he was a clone, that they shared no real blood - that he would always be there for kon, he didn't think less of him. they were a damn family and he'd always be there for him. a parallel to clark's relationship with ma and pa kent because adoption into another family doesn't make you any less of a member, clark was honored that kon would want to be part of his heritage, part of his family. it was a special moment between them that's just been sullied by this unnecessary retcon.

 it’s the young justice cartoon all over again with clark pushing superboy away and damning him for being a clone. it’s kon not even getting to choose him own name or letting him and clark have that family connection. it’s just bullshit and i’m so done with it :(

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reyesrobbies:

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'hey cassie you know 'kon' is pretty much a slur towards him at this point right?'

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'yeah i don't give a fuck'