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dragonsandmechsuits  asked:

Selina has the GCS at the manor to hang and drink wine and just like the general chaos that ensues because the ENTIRE FUCKIN BATFAMILY IS HOME.

She honestly just chills there to watch in amusement at the chaos that ensues because watching Bruce slowly lose his cool over what his kids decide to do (swing on the chandelier, get in a fistfight that then ends up with one or more kids through a window, arm wrestling) is something that she finds immense joy from. Plus she finds it endlessly amusing when she knows more about Bruce’s kids than he does (“So Damian should have fun on that school trip to the museum next Tuesday, he’s really looking forward to the Ancient Weapons Exhibit, even if Gerald from his math class is going to be there” “Museum trip? Gerald? What are you talking about?” “Oh, Damian didn’t tell you?”) and she just has the snuggest grin the whole time. The other Sirens just watch in abject horror as they watch the shitshow that is the family and are just glad that when they all work together they aren’t this dysfunctional. There’s a lot of laughing because while it’s terrifying thinking that these people are in charge of keeping others safe, the family gets into a lot of trouble and it’s great watching them argue over the stupidest things (like which Jedi is the best, or if Batman could beat Spider-Man or something after they watched Civil War. Something really geeky) and the whole evening is just very amusing

I saw Dunkirk for a second time today and actually got even more emotional this time round? It was still just as intense and, knowing what to expect this time, I was able to really take in details and everyone’s portrayals and the actors were all just PHENOMENAL, god. It was really such a powerful film, scripted and arranged so cleverly, and full of such honest, compelling performances and I really hope that this film, cast, and crew gets the recognition they deserve for this spectacular, meaningful, moving work of art.

David Ayer on Gotham City Sirens

“It’s a story about three fantastic women who’re trying to find their way in the world, and realize that they have more power together than they do individually.” He added, “I have daughters, and I want to create something that might be able to help them get along in the world a little bit.”

 I want to believe his heart in the right place, but, even as a interested observer of his films, nothing about his approach makes me think it’ll play as empowering and queer as it should be. Instead I just think about how Quinn was shot in Squad. 

anonymous asked:

The borussy agenda: 6am: wake up 7am: sacrifice our young to Christian Borle 8am: breakfast 9am: pray to bill Finn 10am: dream daddy 11am: brunch 12pm: lunch 1pm: deprussy 2pm: legally blonde 3pm: catcf 4pm: Falsettos 5pm: Sr

6 pm: expose me for another one of my thirst related questionable excursions and make fun of me for the boner thing again 7 pm: some light jazz

Comic Poison Ivy in the last 15 years: Hey you know, the whole man-hating evil seductress trope is kinda old and disrespectful and it’s time to recognize the potential of this complex and interesting character. We’ll focus on making her more sympathetic and less crazy. We’ll show she has a deep, real, and profound connection to the earth. We’ll show that she is struggling to maintain her humanity in light of a darkening situation and that she still feels compassion for human life, as it is also part of the earth. She will only apathetically kill people who are 100% irredeemable. She will have many moments in which she spares human life. She will have many complicated relationships with other women in the Universe, including Batgirl, Catwoman, Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman, Black Canary, the Birds of Prey, and many others. These relationships will range from uneasy trust or anger to understanding and love. She will not show romantic interest in men and will not be a sexually driven character. She will be a member of many hero teams, including the Birds of Prey and the Justice League, even if there are missteps in the writing of the character. Most of the Bat-family will recognize Ivy as a grey-area case that must be handled on an individual basis and will acknowledge that her situation is centered around tragedy and loss of self. They will recognize that Ivy could very well be the thing the saves the entire planet. They will recognize that Arkham is making her worse, and will do what they can to reason with her. 

Wonder Woman will acknowledge that the Green and Mother Gaia chose Ivy as her protector and that she was wise to do so. (Sensation Comics #31)

Batgirl will show numerous moments of concern and understanding and will even acknowledge that if they were in another world, their relationship would be very different. She will value Ivy’s powers as a source of good and believes Ivy’s struggle stems from the flawed nature of humanity. (Batgirl Annual #2, various)

Batman will return to Ivy to ask her for help, knowing that when the world is at stake, she is a trustworthy ally to the Earth. (Swamp Thing) (Sensation Comics) (Detective Comics, various) (Justice League United) (Animal Man)

There will be many moments where the relationship between the part of Ivy that is still human and the part that is the Green struggle to cooperate or have complexities in their natures. (Cycle of Life and Death) (No Man’s Land) (Birds of Prey)

Harley Quinn will express implicit love for Ivy and in certain series, they will be in a canon loving relationship. This will not be subtext as it has been in the past. We will show an actual relationship between two women that isn’t just for eyecandy. (Harley Quinn series) (Bombshells)

Yes, there will be missteps in the canon as many different hands are working between many different series, but overall the character will have undergone a complete transformation that far exceeds the previous incarnations.

Every Media Outside of Comics, obsessed with an Ivy that hasn’t existed prominently in 15 years: u know, the slutty evil plant lady?

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[7/10 female characters] - natasha rostova, war and peace

Natasha was happy as she had never been in her life. She was at that highest pitch of happiness, when one becomes completely good and kind, and disbelieves in the very possibility of evil, unhappiness, and sorrow.