Sketches for the lovely dilfosaur for her super(hero)natural AU which is SO COOL OKAY WHY CAN’T I DRAW OUT ALL MY AUS LIKE SHE DOES IDJSFKNMSDF also she sent me this amazing christmas card with this adorable drawing in it so I’m gonna draw her more stuff soon SO BRACE YOURSELVES.
Also Castiel is so fun and easy to draw okay damnit.
Collects Mockingbird #6-8, New Avengers (2010) #13-14.
A top secret mission on behalf of an old friend, a tropical cruise. What could go wrong? Turns out it’s a theme cruise -super-hero themed, naturally -a fl oating comic con. Now Bobbi is trapped on a boat with a thousand cosplayers, caped colleagues she was trying to avoid, an ex-boyfriend who keeps showing up at inopportune times and a rampaging herd of corgis. When a passenger is murdered, Bobbi must play Hercule Poirot to find the killer and confront some uncomfortable truths from her past in the process.
The original Pink Ranger returns! Featuring an introduction by Amy Jo Johnson, the actress who portrayed Kimberly Hart. After leaving the life of a Mighty Morphin Power Ranger behind, Kimberly Hart finds herself pulled back into the fray. With her parents missing and their village overrun by monsters, she must reclaim her destiny and discover the power that lies within. She’ll have to call on some old friends if she’s to unravel this mystery and save this once sleepy village. From writers Brenden Fletcher (Batgirl, Gotham Academy), Kelly Thompson (Jem and the Holograms, A-Force), and Tini Howard (The Skeptics), and artist Daniele Di Nicuolo (Mirror’s Edge: Exordium), the Pink Ranger embarks on her first solo Power Ranger adventure!
The final collection in the acclaimed REVIVAL series. The existence of the Revivers is killing the world, and an unlikely alliance of Dana, Em, and Em’s murderer must travel across a community in the midst of civil war to stop it. Collects REVIVAL #42-47
He’s the one man who broke the Bat. He rules the island prison that once held him captive with an iron fist. He is Bane, and he has something – or someone – that Batman needs. And Batman will risk a suicide mission to take it, or them, from him.
But to infiltrate the stronghold of a criminal genius, the Dark Knight will need to raise his own army of criminals. From the bowels of Arkham Asylum, he’ll select an elite squad of the craziest, deadliest, most dangerous villains alive-including Catwoman, the one woman in the world who knows him best, despite the blood on her claws. But Batman’s makeshift Suicide Squad is every bit as unstable as the real deal. As lust, addiction, insanity and betrayal take their toll on his team, not everyone will make it out of Bane’s fortress alive and unbroken…
It’s just another movie night at the local drive-in theater when Clarence witnesses his classmate, Gilben, get taken by something he just can’t explain. With the help of his best friends, Jeff and Sumo, Clarence sets out to to unravel the mystery and get Gilben back! Hopefully, he won’t miss the whole movie in process… An all-new adventure based on the hit show from Cartoon Network.
a birthday gift for the amazing, wonderful, completely beautiful, caring, hilarious, all-round A+ human, castihalo. citra, you are so fantastic, and I’m so full of happiness to count you amongst my friends ^U^
prompt by anon: destiel, superheroes, coffee shop?
Dean stirred his cup of coffee, slowly. He was on a break, another barista covering his place behind the counter whilst he took five minutes to regain some equilibrium. He knew that the arrival of fall always made the coffee shop busier, but today had been another level of crazy. And there had been that spillage, right in front of the till, that he’d had to clean up, which had meant that the cappuccino machine had overflowed, and he’d had to mop that up too whilst being grumbled at by the loud-mouthed customers waiting for their drinks…
All in all, as covers go, this was one of the worst that Dean had ever had. Going undercover was one thing, but being completely humiliated was something else, and Dean was losing patience with being treated like trash just because he couldn’t make up someone’s double-caramel mocha frappuccino in two seconds flat. He was going to call up Sam as soon as he got off work today, and tell him that the coffee shop was a bust. The guy they’d been chasing wasn’t here; he’d probably caught wind that the Winchesters were in town and headed on out, like any smart scum of the earth would do. They could be on the road again by sundown, on the lookout for other people who needed their help – instead of being stuck in coffee shops, working hard for bad pay and lousy tips.
They’d arrived in town a week ago, on the hunt for a guy who’d apparently been abducting men and women, with his preferred hunting grounds being coffee shops. Sam and Dean had considered simply being customers at the coffee shops, but had decided that they’d be able to get closer to the customers – and potential suspects – if they were serving them behind the counter. Besides, it wasn’t as though they couldn’t use the money. Sam had used his Power to get them both jobs in different coffee shops on the East side of the city, within walking distance of the coffee shops where the last three victims been abducted. The guy never went to the same shop twice, and seemed to like working within a certain radius around his last successful kidnap. It wasn’t much to go on; Sam and Dean had always known that it would be a long shot – and it seemed as though the shot had missed. There were other places they could be, other people who needed help. Dean felt the itch in his feet, the desire to get moving. This place was stiflingly boring, he was tired of counting down the hours until his shift was over, of dealing with rude and impatient customers, of making freaking coffee.
“Dean, you’re back on in a few minutes,” Dean’s co-worker said as they brushed past him, scooping up a stack of plates and moving back over to the counter. Dean shifted from one slightly-painful foot to the other, wishing that there were a place that he could sit down whilst he was on his break. He cast his eye out over the coffee shop, wondering if there was a quiet table near the back where he could sit for a moment. As he looked out, he noticed someone walking into the shop out of the corner of his eye, and turned to see them fully.