supersuun:

haha

oh god all of these are me

hemsworthss:

science bros.

Hawkeye

NOW I UNDERSTAND WHY THERE WERE NO SERIOUS SHIPPING EPISODES IN A:TLA

gabzilla-z:

delicioustrap:

I UNDERSTAND, BRYKE

PLEASE NEVER DO THIS AGAIN. PLEASE. JESUS CHRIST.

Bryke: You want shipping? HAVE SOME SHIPPING

Fandom: OK OK WE GET IT, WE’LL BEHAVE PLEASE STOP.

hiddlebumz:

hiddlebumz:

alecshao:

Sebastien Preschoux - Color Theory, 2009

mfreems:

#for a second I thought this was ships and I was like AWW YEAH NATASHA GETS IT DONE HERSELF

Lucrezia and Cesare, season 2

An interesting question; who’s the Question?

dcwomenkickingass:

Note: If you haven’t read The New 52 the offering from DC Comics from FCBD you might want to stop reading now.


One of my favorite arcs in DC Comics occurred in the 52, DC’s weekly series from 2006. In it Renee Montoya and Vic Sage, The Question, became friends and then mentor and mentee. Vic, or Charlie as Renee called him, was dying and the book ends with Renee becoming the Question. As the Question Renee had a mini-series, a back-up in Detective Comics and guest appearances in Birds of Prey. And then the new 52 came.

Dan Didio was asked in September on Facebook:

Is Reene Montoya still the Question and is Vic Sage still dead?

His answer?

“Renee will be seen as a member of the Gotham City Police Force.”

You’ll notice that in typical Didio style he wouldn’t say yes or no and wouldn’t answer the full question. 

And now, just maybe, we know why. Yes, spoilers ahoy!

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gabzilla-z:

thesidekickcomplex:

Black Bat by Phillip Chan

*swoon*

gabzilla-z:

thesidekickcomplex:

Black Bat by Phillip Chan

*swoon*

anchorss-away:

dfgkredfrgbfsd WANT

anchorss-away:

dfgkredfrgbfsd WANT