brian miller

William: Golden Freddy, what is the plural of “Ox”?

Golden Freddy: Oxen. The farmer used his oxen.

William: Spring Bonnie?

Spring Bonnie: Wha-ha-hat?

William: What is the plural of “Box”?

Spring Bonnie: …Boxen! I got two boxen of pizza!

William: No, no, Spring Bonnie no. Let’s try again. Golden Freddy, what is the plural of “Goose”?

Golden Freddy: Geese. I saw a flock of geese.

William: Spring Bonnie?

Spring Bonnie: Wha-a-a-a-at?

William: What is the plural of “Moose”?

Spring Bonnie: Moosen! I saw a flock of MOOSEN! There were many of ‘em. Many much moosen. Out in the woods…in the wood-es…in the woodsen! The meese want the food in the woodesen…food is the eatenesen…the meese want the food in the woodesenes…food in the woodesenes!

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Diana of Themyscira from the Dark Knight The Master Race. Book #8

“blessed be
she
who is
both
furious
and
magnificent”
Taylor Rhodes

Shippers, you are going to want to read this issue of Dark Knight 3 The Master Race #8!!!!  #SuperWonder

Diana is simply THE most badass QUEEN & MOTHER & WARRIOR   in the DCU.

On sale today 29th March 2017 at comic stores and can be downloaded from comixology.

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Elisabeth Sladen and Brian Miller (who were married from 1968 until Sladen’s death in 2011) both appeared in Classic Who and New Who: she as Sarah Jane Smith, he as Dugdale in Snakedance, a Dalek voice in Resurrection of the Daleks and Remembrance of the Daleks, and a tramp in Deep Breath.

Though their time on Who did not overlap, they appeared opposite each other in the Sarah Jane Adventures episode The Mad Woman in the Attic:

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Preview for Dark Knight 3 : The Master Race #8


“Baal’s Kryptonian army has invaded Themyscira” and “Wonder Woman and the Amazons will show them why that was a deadly mistake.”


On sale March 29th 2017.

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QAF Then and now….

  1. Gale Harold
  2. Randy Harrison
  3. Peter Paige
  4. Hal Sparks
  5. Sharon Gless
  6. Michelle Clunie
  7. Thea Gil
  8. Scott Lowell
  9. Robert Gant
  10. Sherry Miller
  11. Harris Allan

samuelpino  asked:

It's true that Geoff Johns, Azzarello and Morrison didn't like Superman/Wonder Woman and that it was editorial mandate that many people rejected? because that runs the couple for me a little bit and thought i always knew that eventually they were gona ended i like that they did something different and that they answered the question of What if Superman fell for Wonder Woman.

If you can find quotes of them saying so then by all means share.

I know Azzarello said he did not want anyone detracting from Diana in the story he was telling. Neither Steve nor Clark was in his story. Johns is currently involved in the Gal Gadot movie and it’s in his interest to push for Steve hard due to that so maybe this is why he wants clois back to sync with the movies and free Diana for Steve in time for the movie. Morrison I have no idea what he thinks, not that it matters tbh because we will ship who we want end of the day.  All I know is that Rucka and Jurgens are trying to undermine Azzarello’s Diana and Soule’s ClarkxDiana to benefit their own stories.

Now if they do/did hate it, it is interesting that Geoff Johns was involved in the JSA story Thy Kingdom Come with Alex Ross  that had this ending. Yes that is Diana and Clark with their children and Godfather Bruce. 

Brian Azzarello and Frank Miller gave us this today in DK3. Yes, Clark and Diana and their second child. 

End of the day the person who matters is the man who gave us the couple and as far as he is concerned Clark and Diana’s love is real. 

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