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⚡️ COMICS Preview: Nadia is on the run from the RED ROOM in The Unstoppable Wasp #3!

Writer: Jeremy Whitley/@princelesscomic

Artist: Elsa Charretier 

Cover Artists: Elsa Charretier and Tony Fleecs

Letterer: Joe Caramagna 


Nadia’s quest to create a super-science lab full of girl geniuses is hitting a lot of bumps in the road. And now The Red Room is after her and they’ll stop at nothing to get her back. Nothing is too low! The title says she’s unstoppable, but can even Nadia recruit a science lab when she is caught between an evil science organization and a super villain? Guest-starring: Moon Girl, Devil Dinosaur and with a special appearance by the original Wasp — Janet Van Dyne!

Publisher: Marvel Comics
Release Date: Mar 01, 2017 

It took HYDRA thousands of years

to master the clever use of flares?!??????!!! Like thousands of years of study and they couldn’t figure out the portals like come on… Also I have a crossover theory that HYDRA and Rittenhouse are two branches of the same evil organization. Also- there’s a lot to process here people- I’d like to guess that Banks is to Rosalind as Melinda is to Phil. I just have this funny feeling okay, she tells him everything like Phil tells Melinda everything. It’s adorable.

anonymous asked:

for the "laughable crimes" thing, was that what ouma's supposed evil organization really did or is that what he did pregame?

It’s what his in-game organization really did, according to his motive video! Pre-game almost nothing is known about any of them, but even in-game where Ouma goes around specifically pretending to lead an organization that specializes in shady dealings and “controls everything from the shadows,” it turns out that he really was just running around with 10 other kids/people roughly around his age and doing pranks and “laughable crimes” for fun.

The “we don’t kill people” motto is also something that is for sure attributed to Ouma in-game too. It’s not something people can dismiss as a lie or say that it only applies to his pre-game persona, because his own motive video confirms it, and it becomes clear after his death that he was only pretending to enjoy the suffering and chaos around him, while in reality all the hard evidence says he hated every minute of it.


Context: Playing DnD 3.5 in my second campaign ever. Our knowledge of the rules was sketchy, and the DM had a habit of banning things that derailed the campaign. Our party consisted of a Wizard, a duskblade, a cleric, and a warlock (me), and we were following a lead on the evil organization we were trying to destroy. We’d found a fortress on a hill, with a village nearby, both full of cultists, monsters, and mercenaries. The DM has spent the better part of a week making sure the groups of enemies are in their proper places and we were talking in circles trying to find a way through. Eventually, we decided to polymorph the warlock into a gargantuan black pudding.

DM: The assassins see a the black pudding oozing towards them and barricade themselves in a house.

Me: I want to envelop the house.

DM: Okay, you surround it. None of the guys inside can get out, but none of the party can get in.

Me: That’s fine. I put most of my mass on top of the house and collapse it inwards, with a horrible shlorping noise. How much damage to the guys inside take?

DM: Uh, black puddings don’t have that power. That’s not how constrict works.

Me: But the SRD says they weigh 15000lbs and that’s just for a huge one. It’s why I picked it.

DM: *Sigh*…I’ll allow it. The assassins inside are… *rolls handful of dice* all crushed, but the mercs are still around and you have your backs to them.

Wizard and Me: *exchange looks*

Me: I want to shlorp every house in the village, one after another.

DM:…Goddammit. I’m banning polymorph.


Supergirl / DC’s Legends of Tomorrow AU: In the year 2017, Kara Zor-El is lured to save her sister from an evil secret organization. The kidnapping is a ploy to unleash red kryptonite on Kara and have her destroy National City. However, when Kara accidentally kills Alex, the darkness inside her grows exponentially until she destroys all Earths. Rip Hunter sets a course to the future of Kara’s Earth and sends Sara to deal with Supergirl, both because she understands being devoured by darkness and because she relates to losing a big sister. Instead of letting Alex die, though, Sara decides to go save her in Kara’s place.


Ending scene cliffhanger for next season of this thing:


Day 7 - Future

For 7KPP Week 2017!  

For this one, I decided to do a sprite! So here’s Clanthia seven years later, chaperoning the subsequent Summit. Assuming she survives this one.

Posting before midnight, but eh, it’s the 14th somewhere. 

Also, have some speculative post-Summit-only-not-really-because-it’s-another-Summit fluff! (I don’t know how to fluff, what is this, where is the misery?)

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  • Warren and Bucky, simultaneously: Yeah, this evil organization picked me up at my worst time, proceeded to replace one of my vital assets with metal replicas, and sent me to destroy the world
  • Warren and Bucky: ...
  • Warren: Did we-
  • Bucky: Just become-
  • Both: BEST FRIENDS?!!!!!??!?!????
  • Steve and Kurt: get your emo leather jacket wearing butt back here smh why are you like this