not for taylor

Nygmobblepot represents Gotham at the SDCC 2017 WB Booth!!!!

OMG, fellow Nygmobs!! The WB booth has this upper level for media and the stars. The chairs up there are always nice and plush, not that I’ve had the pleasure. I’m not sure when they started it, but the backs of the chairs this year represent the shows. The Supergirl chair has Supergirl on it, Arrow has Arrow on it. Black Lighting has his.

But the Gotham chair has NYGMOBBLEPOT!

Not Jim. Not Bruce. Not even just Penguin by himself! No.


I nearly lost my mind when I happened to look up and they were there! They are positioned so you can see them several booths down the back hallway. I just about died! A very nice security guard monitoring to make sure no one goes to the top, let me stand there and take pictures of this chair forever! Of course they are in the corner so I’m trying to find just the right shot.

WOW, I knew the show, FOX & WB backed Nygmobblepot. It’s kinda obvious that they are being played up, like when the Comic Con doggies had them running across the screen. That’s a major marketing decision. Same with these chairs!

And I must reiterate. All the other chairs I saw had the stars on the chair. Not a ship! THIS IS HUGE! I will never give up on this ship! After seeing this, no one will ever be able to convince me that the show and the entire production team aren’t 100% behind it. 


“I’ve apparently been the victim of growing up, which apparently happens to all of us at one point or another. It’s been going on for quite some time now, without me knowing it. I’ve found that growing up can mean a lot of things. For me, it doesn’t mean I should become somebody completely new and stop loving the things I used to love. It means I’ve just added more things to my list. Like for example, I’m still beyond obsessed with the winter season and I still start putting up strings of lights in September.”


Taylor Swift - Iconic Magazine Interviews

Vogue, 2012:

“I have red flags now,” she says… “If you need to put me down a lot in order to level the playing field or something? If you are threatened by some part of what I do and want to cut me down to size in order to make it even? That won’t work.”

Rolling Stone, 2012:

Swift loves the idea of long relationships, though she’s never really had one. “It usually lasts four and a half months, and then it all just disintegrates. Then I spend, like, a year and a half mourning the loss of it.”

New York, 2013:

Swift has heard the criticism, but she waves it off. “There’s a spin on every single celebrity out there,” she said. “I know that one of my spins is: ‘Oh, Taylor’s heartbroken. Oh, Taylor fell in love and the guy broke her heart. She’s sad all the time, and lonely.’ “I mean, they can say that all they want. Those are real feelings that every single person goes through. I think that it’s okay to be mad at someone who hurt you. This isn’t about, like, the pageantry of trying to seem like nothing affects you. I’m a songwriter. Everything affects me.”

Vanity Fair, 2013:

When we were discussing that moment at the Golden Globes, and mean girls in general, Swift just smiled and said, “You know, Katie Couric is one of my favorite people because she said to me she had heard a quote that she loved”—from former secretary of state Madeleine Albright—“that said, ‘There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.’”

Rolling Stone, 2014:

“I feel like watching my dating life has become a bit of a national pastime,” Swift says. “And I’m just not comfortable providing that kind of entertainment anymore. I don’t like seeing slide shows of guys I’ve apparently dated. I don’t like giving comedians the opportunity to make jokes about me at awards shows. I don’t like it when headlines read ‘Careful, Bro, She’ll Write a Song About You,’ because it trivializes my work. And most of all, I don’t like how all these factors add up to build the pressure so high in a new relationship that it gets snuffed out before it even has a chance to start. And so,” she says, “I just don’t date.”

Time, 2014:

I just struggle to find a woman in music who hasn’t been completely picked apart by the media, or scrutinized and criticized for aging, or criticized for fighting aging—it just seems to be much more difficult to be a woman in music and to grow older. I just really hope that I will choose to do it as gracefully as possible….All you seem to see is “Which New Mother Is Sexier?” “Who’s the Hotter Mama?” “Who’s Got The Better Booty?” If we continue to show young girls that they are being compared to other girls, we’re doing ourselves a huge disservice as a society. I surround myself with smart, beautiful, passionate, driven, ambitious women. Other women who are killing it should motivate you, thrill you, challenge you and inspire you rather than threaten you and make you feel like you’re immediately being compared to them. The only thing I compare myself to is me, two years ago, or me one year ago.