Deathstroke! I know I know… he has been out already… well I first got the deathstroke unmasked and realized… he my only funko pop that doesn’t have the mask version with him as well… so I got him and I’m kind of happy about it. I didn’t realized they added the whole head tie thing in the back as well.. little things like that makes these toys so awesome. 


30 Days of Young Justice

Day 29: Funniest Moment from Season 2

And I’m cheating again and putting several different moments instead of just one.

But the above one is my most favorite because I don’t think anyone was expecting Black Beetle to say a line like that.

Also on this list is

B’arzz’s lovely smile:

Originally posted by doctormarvelous


And the fact that Black Beetle actually got pelted with fruit at one point:

Originally posted by cartoon-emperor

(all of it is the Reach (because of course it is))
With Barry going to everyone he holds close to ask their opinion about going back in time, fans waited anxiously for his conversation with Iris (Candice Patton). In a scene that will have West-Allen shippers swooning for months, Iris and Barry have a heart to heart and Iris reveals to Barry that she knows she will marry Barry in the future. In an emotional exchange, Barry tells Iris that he not only wants to save his mother, but in some part of his mind he hopes that if he changes the past he will never have lived with her and Joe, and maybe his feelings for her would’ve come out sooner. This is a moment that had everyone buzzing. Patton and Gustin have unmatchable chemistry and they are taking the idea of star-crossed lovers to a whole knew level on The Flash. Patton has taken Iris to astounding heights and with this only being season one; it is impressive to see this level of character development. The Flash and all of the DC TV shows do an impeccable job at creating female characters that are fully formed, functioning members of the cast. It all started with Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) on Arrow and has emanated to every corner of the DC Universe. Iris is a product of that.
—  Nora Dominick, Emertainment Monthly