but no it's a cover of an actual comic


the vibe i get from these comic covers is that mickey and donald are dating and living together and mickey helps take care of the triplets


Which Character Actually TRAINS THE HARDEST?

NEW VIDEO FOR Those interested Its the common debate 

“so and so is stronger than so and so” they obviously train harder. 

But this person worksout extra hard and they are still weaker does that mean they don’t train hard enough.

Today we got a lot of folks to cover in this roster as we compare all of their training routines to see who actually trains the hardest. 


anonymous asked:

People are getting mad over the idea that Danny Rand should've been asian; Like yeah, he was white in the comics but unlike a superhero like Luke Cage, who's ethnicity is central to his character, Danny Rand doesn't need to be white to be the same character as in the comics. And either way, Lewis Tan, who auditioned for the role, is half white and white passing. Plus he actually knew martial arts. Am I wrong?

Hell no you’re not wrong.

Lewis Tan could’ve easily been Danny Rand and it wouldn’t have jeopardized anything. In fact, it would’ve added more to it. Tan could’ve been an Asian diasporan who tries to connect with his roots or whatnot (he actually is an Asian diasporan, being born in England). Not only that but he actually knows martial arts, does his own stunts, and just him being Asian could smash the white savior/whitewashing/yellowfacing stereotype we’ve been getting for over a hundred years.

Marvel has changed the source content many times throughout its movie adaptions so “sticking to the comics” is not even a good argument. What the “source” argument does is allow fanboys/fangirls/fanpersons to cover up their racist/prejudice/colonial mentalities because they just want to see another basic, lame ass white person on television. Finn doesn’t know martial arts and he can’t act but he’s white. That’s pretty much all you have to be in order to get a leading role lol.

Angry Asian Guy


So we reached this accursed thing. For once, I’m showing the pages in their entirety just for this.

So this is “Titan Tails”, the most unpopular Super transformation in all of Sonic history. Is it because of the stupid equation of Tails + all of his alternate counterparts = a big muscled version of Tails? Is it the hammy, unbelievable corny premise? Or is it because Tails and his eye lazors and twin tails out-beat Mogul’s chest laser and his universe-destroying powers?

No matter what the reason, I have finally discovered why this #150 milestone issue is so universally-hated. It sets out to celebrate everything the Sonic comic has done to this point, but does so with an unoriginal cover of a close-up of the character’s face, a story of “Sonic” flirting with most of the female cast, and another of Tails turning buff and saving the multiverse.

This is an atrocity of such a level that its not even funny. Join me next time for more dumb-ass plots or, better yet, wait til #160 where all these clueless writers and dull stories make way for actually decent writers and artists who would lead the comic into an age of decency.

The World Ends With You starters pt. 2

  • “I thought you couldn’t afford to lose. Give up on yourself, and you give up on the world.”
  • “Did you think you were special?”
  • “Only by allowing strangers in, we can find new ways to BE ourselves.“
  • “Life’s little crossroads are often as simple as the pull of a trigger.”
  • “Dibs on the rainbow.“
  • “That was a nice distraction.“
  • “Don’t make this worse for yourself…“
  • “No no no, I call Pink. Pink is love, and a humanitarian like me loves people.“
  • “Actually, I should be gold. The color of wisdom.“
  • “Let’s spend some quality time together.“
  • “I don’t see how this is my fault. You’re the one who refuses to call me Pink.“
  • “Don’t be depressed, Yellow. Blue’s already got the emo thing covered.“
  • “Yes, but you got your clippings from fashion magazines, not comic books.“
  • “And here’s me, playing the world’s tiniest violin.“
  • “Everyone has their own little internal world - a secret garden only they can enter. Each world follows its own internal logic - individuality. And the logic of one world means nothing in another. Understanding other people isn’t hard…..It’s Impossible.“
  • “You watch my behind, and I’ll watch yours.”
  • “But…I ain’t strong enough to stop a car, man.“
  • “The plates have been licked…dessert is imminent.“
  • “Don’t bother struggling!“
  • “I’m off to listen to bands you kids have never heard of, and when they go major I’ll be there to complain about how much they’ve sold out!“
  • “I can think of a decillion better ways to spend our time… than by having MEETINGS.“
  • “No comments from the peanut gallery.“
  • “Heh. Every inch of my work is flawlessly calculated. Look at the perfectly understated silhouette. How can you not see the beauty!?“
  • “The world’s made up of numbers! I’ve been reverse-engineering my desired solution all along! And here it is!“
  • “The world’s made up of numbers. Do the math and you’ll find your desired solution.“
  • “Oh, don’t act like a child.“
  • “You know, enough with this “proxy” business. Too formal.“
  • “I can see you’re taking this hard. But you needn’t blame yourself.”
  • “The world ends with you. If you want to enjoy life, expand your world. You gotta push your horizons out as far as they’ll go.“
  • “Enjoy the moment with all your might…whether it’s gloomy, whether it’s bright!“
  • “Knowing it in your head doesn’t mean much if you don’t act on it.”
  • “Enjoy every moment with all ya got.“
  • “I’m coming too. If anything happens I wanna be there to see- I mean stop it.“
  • “Yo, is it true they sell curry here? A secret base ain’t nothin’ widdout curry, yo!“


Homage to album cover for Gorillaz - Demon Days

Inspired by Teen Titans Go character models from episode:  “ 40%, 40%, 20%”

Idea for this actually came from my little brother. He loves Teen Titans Go as well as the OG series. Of course TTG doesn’t have anything on the original series, but I gotta say…it certainly has its moments here and there.

Like this sequence for example:


Pretty damn awesome.

anonymous asked:

About the "Racist" ML comic, Marinette knew nothing about the people there and she is naked. She has the right to be afraid of the strangers. Stop seeing things that aren't there and read the pages. If you actually read the context, you find these guys are gathering supplies to deliver to a shelter and they actually do help out Marinette out by giving her what clothing they found. It's a classic "Don't judge a book by it's cover" moral.

Surprise! I did read it. But whoops, guess my form of reading isn’t valid. In fact, someone was so sure that I, a high school junior, might struggle in reading context, that they’ve decided out of the kindness of their heart to help me out a week after this whole debate. Thanks for the concern about my reading level anon, want to help me read my AP Lit books too?

After this wonderful message from Anon, I’ve seen the error in my ways and have become pure again. I no longer shall be salty about racism or homophobia or misogyny or hate….

hah psych u woulda thought

Frosty’s Guide to Rehabilitating People Who Think Problems Exist (They Obviously Don’t)

Hey, I’m sure you’re a wonderful person, (inhales deeply) BUT IVE GOT SOME NEWS FOR YOU. So yes, it’s been a fucking week, but buckle in and grab ur popcorn with a liberal dashing of salt, this ain’t gonna be short. 

1. Did Marinette Need to Be Naked? The Great Debate that No one Seems to Pays Attention To

  • I don’t know, I mean I too like to walk around the city in nothing but a cardboard box after I de-transform from superheroing. 
    • “Oh, looky here. I was wearing clothes before, but they’ve seemed to disappear! I’ll just ignore the fact that this has literally never happened before. I’m sure the writers think it’s a hoot! Lol who needs clothes anyhoo, let me just continue on my way in this new couture cardboard box. It’s the latest style in the streets of Paris.”
  • She’s 15, possibly younger. Clothes just magically disappear at that age, trust me I remember. Wasn’t too long ago when the exact same thing happened to me. Oh the mems. 
    • looks into the camera a-la Office
  • Maybe she only wears underclothes that meld into her skin after a period of time because
    • Hah 

2. Ah, The Issue Is Very Simple, Black and White Really 


How an Entire Part of the Fandom Overreacted Together (Hey, it’s Like the Mandela Effect, We’re Seeing Things that Aren’t There!)

  • Yes, Hi, It’s 2012 calling, it wants its subtle racism back
    • Sorry 2017 can’t come to the phone right now. It’s still busy denying the existence of a lot things
  • As a very gucci poc living in NYC boi do I have things to say rn
    • Oh my, what a lovely thing they’re doing here. Teaching all those terrible racists about how you shouldn’t be assuming those awful stereotypes about black people. Really, it’s just such a wonderful lesson. 
    • Look, great, you want to subvert stereotypes, I’m all for it. This isn’t one that you should be trying to teach a lesson about. 
    • The stereotype of black people, especially black men, doesn’t go away like this. By having them appear intimidating in your children’s comic you’re unintentionally telling kids to internalize this first impression. They’re internalizing that black people DO appear like that, but SOMETIMES they actually turn out nice and okay and not murder-y or rape-y or loot-y. ***
    • I mean, they even show that Marinette has internalized some of these stereotypes of black people. 
      • PSA: Her best friend is from Martinique …
      • Do I need to say more
    • You want this stereotype to go away? You have to STOP incorporating it into the media in the first place. 
  • I’ve been told that as most people who’ve seen this comic don’t live in the city, it’s been enlightening because they’ve realized that the people here are not actually like that
    • look, that’s part of the problem. Why do you think you have these impressions of New York City in the first place? 
  • Ghetto Blaster 
    • ….
    • Welp, we might as well all start changing our names to stereotypical objects associated with our race. I’ll start. 
      • Hi, I’m Ramen Noodles with a side of Overachiever (let’s play: guess what race I am)
  • I know you think that this is also about Marinette being afraid of strangers. This is a good point. If I was unfortunately naked anywhere, I’d be wary of everyone. 
    • BUT THOSE STRANGERS DIDNT HAVE TO BE BLACK MEN dressed like stereotypes. literal stereotypes
    • there were a number of ways you could’ve shown the ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’.
      • a person of any race dressed in sketchy and dark clothing could’ve been used if you really wanted to teach this moral. 
      • but no…had to be a group of black people. 


  • you know what, maybe i will judge a book by its goddamn cover
    • as in, when people of color in a fandom tell you something isn’t okay, its not your duty to tell us why we’re overreacting. 
  • whether i read it or not has nothing to do with how this fandom likes to ignore the problems that occur. 
  • Ah, I’m offending people with my cries of ‘that’s racist’ or ‘that’s homophobic’ I really sbould be more sensitive to the feelings and backstories of others next time
  • if people are telling you that something seems problematic to them (racist, homophobic, misogynistic), you shouldn’t be trying to persuade them to go through the entirety of the context 
  • just 
  • fucking
  • shut 
  • up 
  • and 
  • think 
  • about 
  • why
  • they 
  • feel
  • that 
  • way

thank you and have a great day


No actual episode sypnosis unlike last time because I don’t actually know what an episode like this would detail. Probably a story arc climax, though. Also, that issue number is random, I don’t know when this issue would take place. And once again, no actual comic yet.

But I have been meaning to make something for this song, so why not make it into a comic cover? This was incredibly fun to do, Hibikase always sounded like a really powerful and even angry song (despite…you know…its actual subject matter) so I made Miku look angry and powerful to go with it.

Once again, too, the illustration with no text is under the cut.

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anonymous asked:

About the "Racist" ML comic, Marinette knew nothing about the people there and she is naked. She has the right to be afraid of the strangers. Stop seeing things that aren't there and read the pages. If you actually read the context, you find these guys are gathering supplies to deliver to a shelter and they actually do help out Marinette out by giving her what clothing they found. It's a classic "Don't judge a book by it's cover" moral.

you know, it’s funny because i’ve already seen three separate people answer this ask and i’m really trying to understand what you’re trying to accomplish by provoking that many users if it’s not to cause trouble.  

but since you’re already here to start shit, i’ll give you a sparknotes version of why the whole “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” moral lesson is a horrible one to apply for the sake of teaching kids lessons about racism. 

“don’t judge a book by its cover” works for shit like “sometimes happy people are actually depressed,” “sometimes relationships look healthy in public but are abusive in private,” or “sometimes flirty boys are actually sweet and not playboys.” what makes this lesson work is that the base/initial assumption needs to be a reasonable one. it’s not unreasonable to assume that a fun loving person has no mental health issues and it’s not unreasonable to assume that a couple acting happy and loving while in public is actually happy and loving behind closed doors. however, the moral lessons asks you to not rule out other deeper implications that can be learned through context. 

now. you do not and i repeat do fucking not use “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” tropes to subvert racism. because the problem with that (and this is what happened in the ML comic) is that your base assumption must be predicated by some initial racist stereotype and that’s where you start allowing tasteless implications to seep into your story. 

by saying “not all black people are thieves, thugs, criminals, etc.” you’re basically telling people that “it’s understandable for you to have that base assumption about black people.” we’re saying that racist assumptions are reasonable. let me emphasize it is not okay for people to normalize having those base assumptions. those base assumptions are seeped in racism, and the ML comic writers were incredibly lazy and irresponsible for failing to see that. 

you wanna subvert racist stereotypes surrounding black men? the depict them in a diverse set of roles. show them in varying levels of wealth, holding different jobs, speaking different ways, dressing different ways, styling their hair different ways, etc. and give them fully fleshed out personalities where they have complex backstories, motivations, and morals. the ML comic did not have to have Marinette automatically assuming that these men were thieves. all she had to do was see these men and have her say, “hey can you help me?” that’s it! very simple. but instead her reaction was a way of nailing down that base assumption: black men are dangerous looters. 

don’t you fucking dare start lecturing people of color about how they’re supposed to be reading media they see as racist. if a person of color says that something is racist and it makes them uncomfortable, you sit down, shut the fuck up, and listen to them. it’s very simple and not complicated and it amazes me that this continues to elude people

I saw it advertised in assorted DC Comics, as I had seen the ads for the previous issues, but I didn’t quite know what a “fanzine” was, so I never sent away for any of them. Until this point. This particular issue of THE AMAZING WORLD OF DC COMICS was said to contain “The SHOWCASE Story.” Knowing that the silver age Flash first appeared in SHOWCASE, and desperately wanting to read that first Barry Allen adventure, I convinced myself that this magazine must reprint that key story, and so I convinced my Mom to send away a dollar-and-a-half for a copy, which eventually turned up in the mail.

What I got wasn’t a comic at all, but a well-produced insider’s look at DC–one that I really wasn’t able to fully appreciate at the time. THE AMAZING WORLD OF DC COMICS was produced in-house by DC’s youngest staff members, the so-called “Woodchucks”, many of whom would go on to a place of prominence in the industry. The “SHOWCASE Story” was a lengthy article on the history of that since-discontinued magazine, and its place in comic book history. I was pretty fascinated by it, despite my disappointment at not getting to read that first FLASH tale.

There was also a lengthy article/interview with Sol Harrison and Jack Adler about their long association with the firm. Adler was the person in DC’s production department who had innovated the greytone process that had been used on a number of excellent covers in the 1950s and 1960s. The centerspread to the issue reprinted this one from GREEN LANTERN #8, the cover to a story that I had actually read a few months previous in DC SPECIAL.

There was also an extensive section previewing upcoming issues that had yet to be released, which fascinated me and made me lust after some of these comics–most of which would end up in my hands in the weeks ahead. This was preceded by an article about a group of fans in NY for the Super DC Convention visiting the offices while costumed as the Legion of Super Heroes.

Next came a short mystery story, which I loved, as it was all about a comic book writer. It’s actually one of the cruelest stories I’ve ever seen, and I completely understand why somebody at DC thought the better of it and pulled it from the regular books, running it only in this limited edition fanzine. The story is a bitter slam at the then-recently-deceased DC author Bill Finger–the co-creator of Batman and Green Lantern and writer of thousands of individual DC stories. Here, he’s cast as “Phil Binger”, a compulsive procrastinator whose best stories are the lies he tells his editors in order to get an advance on his paycheck. As a kid, without the context to understand what I was reading, I loved this tale, and the zany Ramona Fradon artwork really made it sing. But it’s a story that, once you understand what it was really about, is stomach-turning.

Next up was the latest in a series of articles concerning how a comic book was put together. This installment was about lettering and production, two subjects that really didn’t interest me all that much. Still, I learned a bunch from it–in fact, a while later I got my own Ames Guide for ruling lettering guidelines as a result, though I don’t think I ever actually used it for very much. My homemade comics at this point were still being drawn in ballpoint pen, so I couldn’t quite see the point in ruling a bunch of lines that I was just going to have to erase again anyway.

And the issue closes out with a two-page comedy filler by Jack Kirby originally intended for the second issue of the aborted IN THE DAYS OF THE MOB Magazine. There were a bunch of images in this little two-page short that I was enchanted by–I found Kirby’s comedy work more entrancing than his contemporary adventure stuff, an opinion that would change in the years to come. 

anonymous asked:

Hello! So if you want some more Saitama request I've got you covered hon ❤ so how about some headcanons for baking cookies with Saitama please?? Idk I just think that would be super cute. Thank you so much!!

  • he’s actually better in the kitchen than you would think
  • considering he lived by himself for so long in the middle of a ghost town
  • he likes to snack on the ingredients as you two are working together
  • you have to smack his hand on one too many occasions
  • “Plea-”
  • “No, you have to wait”
  • whenever you have to taste test something his face is so blank you can’t tell if its good or not
  • following instructions with him is comical, if not unusual
  • “Ah, honey we need a-”
  • if you lacked a mixer to beat the dough mixture he’d do it himself, his arm stirring at such a speed it turned into literally a blur
  • “er…okay then I guess that works too.”
  • he likes to lick the bowl
  • alot
  • Saitama”
  • “Its all going the same place.”
  • “Put the bowl down.”
  • the whole process is messy and ingredients are all over the both of you before anything even gets into the oven
  • he doesn’t mind, often grabbing your face randomly and without warning 
  • his lips then land wherever there are stray flyaway bits of cookie dough on your body
  • which end up mostly on your face and hands
  • this usually ends with you screaming in embarrassment and blushing while he nonchalantly kisses up your fingers
  • nevertheless you accept his…odd behaviour, and eight out of ten times reciprocate
  • he always makes sure you know he appreciates it with a hug, burying his face in your hair
  • “S-Saitama…hey….this is nice and all but something’s burnin-!”
  • and..the cookies are burnt but hey, it was fun

Hatsune Miku: VOCAL ANDROID in: “LOVE WARD?!”

During a day of volunteering at the local hospital via concert, Miku stumbles upon a new Module power-up…that turns her into a magical nurse! Combined with final exams and romantic tensions, how will Miku get through the week with this new transformation that seems to activate on its own?

OK…so…I apparently just spent the past three hours making this out of pure inspiration because I love the mood of this song and the Spacy Nurse module.

Yes, this is supposed to be a sort of fake comic book cover for one of the Vocal Android episodes, and no, there is no actual comic as of right now. Maybe one day. But for now, enjoy this sort of peek into what nonsense this fanverse details.

I’m not entirely sure what else to say for now, except that under the cut is the illustration version (no comic text).

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Iron Whitey, Doctor Yellowface And The Two Faced Critics Of Downtown Bollocksville - Quill's Scribbles

So… Didn’t see that one coming.

The upcoming Marvel Netflix TV show Iron Fist has received quite a pummelling from critics in early reviews. Most of the criticism centres around how slow and boring it apparently is, but others focus on the show’s controversial casting of Finn Jones in the title role and the ripple effects caused by it.

  1. The Verge says that the show fails in a number of ways in regards to diversity, representation and appropriation, saying it’s hard to decouple the character’s whiteness from his elevated position.
  2. Filmink.com says that the casting of an Asian American actor in the role would have helped to give the show its own identity. 
  3. Uproxx describes Finn Jones as being miscast, coming across as ‘a befuddled surfer who wandered into the middle of a kung fu movie’.
  4. Nerdist.com describes Iron Fist as illuminating where the industry still flounders regarding racial stereotypes and representation in media.
  5. Variety questions why Marvel didn’t cast an actor of Asian descent in the role and accuses the show of cultural appropriation.
  6. IGN.com remarks upon the controversy of the rich white guy finding enlightenment in the mysterious Far East trope.

At the moment I’m typing this, Iron Fist has a rating on Rotten Tomatoes (and this is true) of 0%.

Originally posted by ivanv

Yep. Iron Fist looks set to be the worst thing ever to come out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But on the plus side, it means the DCEU fandom can finally drop the Marvel Bias bullshit. See guys! The critics do say mean shit about Marvel! Are we finally ready to face reality and accept the fact that the critics talk shit about DC because they just don’t like your movies?

Now look. I’m not here to gloat. In fact kind of the opposite. A few people have been wondering why I haven’t been giving Iron Fist a hard time like I have been with Doctor Strange (which I’ve described numerous times as being objectively more racist than its source material). Well the reason is because Iron Fist hasn’t actually done anything wrong as far as I can see at this moment in time. 

With Doctor Strange, Marvel whitewashed a prominent Asian character and stripped the story of its Asian culture and influences before blatantly lying to our faces to justify their shitty behaviour, painting themselves as the unfortunate victims of political correctness in a pathetic attempt to cover their own arses. They essentially took an already racist comic book, made it even more racist and then effectively told us to eat shit and deal with it. What have Iron Fist done that we know of? They’ve cast a white actor as a white character. Now yes it would have been great if they cast an Asian actor in the role and I was very disappointed like everyone else, but at the end of the day, it’s their choice. They’re not in any way obliged to racebend a character. If they want to cast a white actor as a white character, they have every right to do that. The burden is now on them to make sure the show doesn’t fall into the same traps as the comics did (the mighty whitey trope and Asian stereotyping). These reviews aren’t exactly filling me with confidence, but as ever I will reserve judgement until I’ve seen it for myself.

I’m not here to comment on whether Iron Fist deserves the negative reception its received. It could be a racist piece of shit for all I know. What I am here to talk about is the hypocrisy of the people criticising it. See if Iron Fist does turn out to be racist, it would be more down to ignorance rather than malice. The show has at least made an effort to cast Asian actors as Asian characters and has retained some of its Asian influences. The showrunner has also stated on the record that he’s aware of the problems with the comics and will do his best to correct them in the show. They’re clearly making a conscious effort not to offend people. What these reviews merely demonstrate is that pride cometh before a fall. The writers and showrunner thought they could do an Iron Fist TV series with a white lead that wasn’t racist and they apparently failed in spectacular fashion. The response should be less moral outrage and more of an indignant ‘I told you so’.

Basically what I’m saying is if you’re morally outraged by Iron Fist, you should be doubly outraged by Doctor Strange, whose crimes are demonstrably worse. At least the makers of Iron Fist were upfront about their intentions. At least they tried to respect the Asian community with their promises of avoiding the white saviour trope (whether they succeeded or not is another matter altogether). At least they didn’t whitewash any Asian characters or homogenise the culture they’re representing. In the MCU setup, Iron Fist is merely the problem child. Doctor Strange is the true villain that deserves our bile and hatred. The people who made Doctor Strange knew what they were doing was wrong, and yet they did it anyway.

So, based on a hunch, I decided to look into what those websites I listed above said about Doctor Strange. Because if they’re fuming about Iron Fist so much and thought that was racially insensitive, they should be set to explode by what Doctor Strange did, right? Well…

  1. The Verge remains consistent, describing the casting of Tilda Swinton as the Ancient One as cultural whitewashing. The criticism for Iron Fist seems far harsher however.
  2. Filmink.com doesn’t even mention the whitewashing and describes the film as exciting, entertaining, goofy and fun.
  3. The Doctor Strange review on Uproxx doesn’t mention the whitewashing neither (nor even anything of substance), but there is another article talking about how dislikable Doctor Strange is as a character and that gives a passing mention to the whitewashing of the Ancient One and the mighty whitey trope.
  4. Nerdist.com mentions the whitewashing, but doesn’t in any way condemn it. Instead praising Tilda Swinton for her performance and giving the filmmakers a figurative slap on the wrist for being naughty boys.
  5. Variety heavily praises Tilda Swinton’s performance, dismissing the whitewashing controversy saying that they wish Swinton was the lead character.
  6. IGN.com also dismisses the controversy saying that Swinton has a unique and ethereal presence, playing a serene and oh so powerful character.

Funny how they’re willing to label Iron Fist as racially insensitive as one of the reasons why they don’t like it, but with something like Doctor Strange, a film they either loved or were mildly indifferent to, they’re suddenly willing to turn a blind eye to its undeniable racism as though that suddenly isn’t relevant to the discussion. Talk about inconsistent.

I guess what I’m building up to is this. If you’re one of those critics who’s bashing Iron Fist for being racist and appropriating another culture and yet described the casting of a white woman as the Ancient One as being ‘subversive’ and ‘a massive step forward for female representation in films’, you can officially go and fuck yourselves. Same goes to all those people saying they’re going to boycott Iron Fist and yet for some reason had no problem paying money to watch Doctor Yellowface. Yeah, you can go fuck yourselves too. Who would have thought visual effects were all that’s needed to buy your loyalty (because that’s all I ever see praised about Doctor Strange. The visual effects. Not the story or the characters. Just the visual effects. It’s basically the cinematic equivalent of dangling your keys in front of a toddler’s face). I’m surprised you can even show your face here. If you’re mouthing off about Iron Fist (which could very well be deserved from what I’ve heard) and yet remained silent when Doctor Strange came along with its racism so obvious it might as well have had a big neon sign over it saying ‘Fuck You Asians’, go sit in the corner and don’t come back until you’ve grown some backbone, you hypocritical arsewipe.

Yeah. I don’t know how to end this, so… Go away.


My dear, when the full moon rises, come see me
Before the night is over, before the sun comes up, hurry
My dear, when the full moon rises, give me your love
Before the night is over, before the sun comes up, come see me (x)”

I FINISHED IT HOLY CRAP THAT TOOK FOREVER. This is highly experimental so please forgive errors and such. It’s been years since I did full comics like this.

Anyway, so I saw the music video for Sunmi’s “Full Moon” and got bit by the inspiration bug. I just loved the aesthetic so much and the song itself is just catchy as fuck. Granted the actual comic that came out is a lot more angsty and cute than sexy but I’ll take it.

I don’t have a fully fleshed out story for vampire!Asami and werewolf!Korra but people are free to expand on it if they want. 

anonymous asked:

men are just as sexualized , put in revealing clothes, show off bodies, poses have body image harder to get etc. someone trys t oclaim its a false equivalence ( when its not sayign its just a male power fantasy ) when they pull actual false equivalancies like hawkeye initiative or david willis with his stupid comic. look at cover for romantic books which are targeted to women ) and bs rhetoric like patriarchy theory (we dont live in a patriarchy theory in first world ) , rape culture, wage gap

Men are held by high standards by society, yes–if you’re not a muscular man like the models you see in magazines or actors in the movies, you’re seen as undesirable and you need to look like that in society’s eyes, which is bullshit. All body types are beautiful.

However, men still hold power over women. There’s literally no doubt about that.


Halloween 2075, two years before the bombs, before Shaun, before anything adverse at all. Nathan and Zoe decided they’d spend the holiday over at Fraternal Post 115. Military, ex military, and spouses were all welcome to come and have a good time together.

Neither Zoe or Nathan are naturally inclined to wearing costumes or going out to public events. Zoe is an introvert and Nathan is extremely self conscious about his scars. But just this once, they decided to go for it and go have fun. Plus, Nathan managed to find something that actually covered most of his face on top of looking totally badass. So that helped.

I figure Wonder Woman exists in the Fallout world, considering she was created in 1941. But she was relegated to a relic of WW2 once the 20th century in that world turned out much more peaceful than our own. But in the 2070s as America rushed into its 300th anniversary, all kinds of old-school Americana was reborn. Including old music, old fashions, and old comic book heroes. (I headcanon much of the 50′s aesthetic in Fallout was relatively recent in prewar America. 2076 would have been the tricentennial, and the government would shove patriotism and nostalgia down everyone’s throats to distract the populace from the looming apocalypse.) Also Zoe looks kinda hilarious in that getup.

As for Nathan going for an Assassin getup, I don’t think it’s out of the bounds of possibility for 21st century entertainment to come up with stories of ancient societies who wish to preserve Americanized ideals of freedom throughout history by any means necessary. The games as we know them wouldn’t exist, but I’m sure something similar was made into a comic or movie.

Scene of my manga/comic cats(BloodClan Warriors OCs), some sort of concept art actually, feat. dull expressions, lazy background, & no artwork improvements. Inspired by some out-dated mainstream songs that basically fit these characters to a T : )))

“True Love” ~ Pink (I really like this cover) // “Battlefield” ~ Jordin Sparks (the 2000s was a gift)