Supergirl S2E3

Supergirl S2E2

Supergirl S2E1

Twenty-four-year-old Kara Zor-El, who was taken in by the Danvers family when she was 13 after being sent away from Krypton, must learn to embrace her powers after previously hiding them. The Danvers teach her to be careful with her powers, until she has to reveal them during an unexpected disaster, setting her on her journey of heroism.

Dating Jason Todd would include:
  • Him rolling his eyes when you do something cute because he is tough and does not want to admit it was cute
  • Motorcycle rides obviously 
  • Listening to his rants 
  • Having to calm him down after nightmares
  • Spooning
  • Deep and philosophic late night talks
  • Books
  • Overprotection!!
  • Roy
  • Getting fast food at 2 a.m
  • He breaks up with you because he thinks you deserve better but you get back together always because he needs you
  • “Kitty” “Baby” “Angel”
  • Fights let´s be real
  • Comes home late at night bruised and exhausted 
  • Hard time to express his feelings to you in person so writes you endless text messages 
  • Little cute gifts
  • Hugs!
  • Forehead kisses
  • someone who thinks they know what they're talking about:comic books are light and fun so comic book movies should be just as light and fun!
  • DC Comics:had Kyle Rayner find his girlfriend dead in a refrigerator.
  • DC Comics:held a poll to see if Jason Todd, a mere child, lived or died.
  • DC Comics:had Ralph Dibny find his wife dead in their home, before he even knew, before she could even tell him that she was pregnant.
  • DC Comics:killed off Lian Harper.
  • DC Comics:killed off Damian Wayne.
  • DC Comics:killed off Superboy.
  • DC Comics:killed off Supergirl.
  • me:*looks into the camera like I'm on the office*
My favorite Wonder Woman moment happened this year, actually, when Gred Rucka confirmed that Diana is queer. Not only did he confirm it, but he confirmed that Diana being queer is not a plea to appeal to some folks or to add in the diversity factor. Instead, her queerness is pivotal to who she is and the Themysciran culture that she grew up in. She lived on Paradise Island, in a place where love has always been love and happiness is the norm. What a wonderful thing to be who you are because of who you are, not because of a need to be defined by others. What a joy to not have to “come out” of or as anything, but to just freely be.
—  @izettanicole on her favorite WW moment our Staff’s collection of thoughts on celebrating Diana at 75 in “Wonder Woman at 75: All Hail the Original” [x]