my favorite show of all time <3
a show that’s shaped so much of my personality and sense of humor :)

my favorite show of all time <3

a show that’s shaped so much of my personality and sense of humor :)

jthenr-comics-vault:

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #73 (April 1969)Art by Dick Dillin &amp; Sid GreeneWords by Dennis O’Neil

jthenr-comics-vault:

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #73 (April 1969)
Art by Dick Dillin & Sid Greene
Words by Dennis O’Neil

Good god, Daniel, do you have to troll them too? isn’t fooling your family into thinking you’re an old lady enough? have some decency man.

brianmichaelbendis:

X-Men: Days of Future Past by Alex Maleev

brianmichaelbendis:

X-Men: Days of Future Past by Alex Maleev

I know how big an Emma Frost fan you are, so I have to wonder, how do you feel about her... role (?)... in the X-Men film series so far? Where you happy with her characterization/portrayal in First Class? Do you think January Jones should stick around? If not, who would you like to see cast instead, and what would you like to see done differently compared to her portrayals in Origins and First Class? Love your work!

kristaferanka:

its simple.

there has been no emma frost in films yet.

the version in wolverine origins was nothing at all like the character

and the version in first class, while closer, is still a shell of a woman the character could be.

i think either natalie dormer, charlize theron, or robin wright would be perfect for emma. ideally, a combination of all three haha.

the key is that she actually needs to be shown as a deep character. the tricky thing with emma is that 90% of her character is behind a lot of layers. on the surface, she’s seemingly a cliche bitch. but there is so much behind her as to why she is this way, that within the limits of a single film, it would never do her justice to be any less than a second billings character. she needs to have black widow level prominence to really be able to see past all her defenses to where her true personality and motivations are. there are a lot of characters in the xmen who just right off the bat, are very captivating. you can understand a lot about them within one issue with them (like wolverine, storm, beast, magneto, mystique etc). emma is not that character. she is fundamentally written as not that character. her personality and characterization is all about the walls she builds. and if we can’t delve into that, there won’t be an adaptation she deserves.

perhaps something like this? Dormer/Wright/Theron

Green Arrow_Lines Tim Green II Colors Doug Garbark by DougGarbark
likecarkeys:

#FlashbackFriday #NewWarriors
New Warriors v2 #0 (Jun 1999): Wizard Magazine had a prequel to the new New Warriors series as an insert to their magazine

likecarkeys:

#FlashbackFriday #NewWarriors

New Warriors v2 #0 (Jun 1999): Wizard Magazine had a prequel to the new New Warriors series as an insert to their magazine

Infinite Crisis - Atomic Wonder Woman by Gorrem