the outlaw kid

Jason babysitting Lian

- Roy sending text often because she’s his baby.
- He totally acts out the characters while reading bedtime stories.
- Baking cookies. Lian stirs. Also he promised her she could frost which means the kitchen is a disaster.
- Taking her to the playground where she just wants to swing all day.
- She talks non-stop about Roy and Jason can’t help but smile.
- Letting her play with a nerf arrow.
- His phone dying because she had to say goodnight to her dad. He wasn’t going to inturrput.
- Roy coming home to Lian alseep next to Jason on the couch and Jason alseep holding a book.
- He takes a picture and sends it to Dinah and Dick right away.
- Putting Lian to bed then throwing a blanket over Jason.
- Jason and Lian trying to cook him breakfast in the morning.

5 Characters I Want in Young Justice Season 3!

1,2 &3) Harper, Cas & Steph

I want at least one episode focused around these three girls. Maybe even have Barbara Gordon as Oracle, mentoring them.

4) Jason Todd

I want Jason Todd to be brought back as Red Hood and Team up with Arsenal. I want Jason & Roy to have an awesome bromance!! Hell, even through in Koriand’r to complete the Outlaw team.

5) Wally West!!!

Bring Him Back!!


Spielbergs and Kubricks

Supernatural Song Challenge : Renegades by X Ambassadors

Just read the Dark Horse preview of Discovery #1, and I’m already laughing a little, because Kandros has canonically, on several occasions, had his concerns ignored by the Hierarchy because of his rank, and solved this problem by calling his mom. 

Modern!VERSE | The Outlaw

Izunia is the young son of the Mafia-King ruling in the dark of the city.
Main business is arms deal and the selling of the drug Somnus, which brings a delirious and somnolent state to the one taking it. The addictive drug is illegal but quite popular and also mends the tremendous pain the victims of the Starscourge feel.
Izunia is quite sassy, reckless and arrogant, raised with a silver spoon in his mouth, he tries everything to secure and raise the power of his family. Still, he sees no wrong in their doing, as it also helps those suffering and he deems everyone should know what they do their own body.
Closest to him and probably the only ones that can control him are his brother Ardyn and his best friend and bodyguard Osiris.

anonymous asked:

(Robin Hood BBC related): I just noticed that in the very first episode, Allan is the one to point an arrow at a deer. And in the (almost) last episode HE is the one to be shot down by arrows... What a cruel fate... (I absolutely love Allan but since I have no one to talk to about RH and this blog contains RH content I had to get this off my chest, I'm sorry ._.)

Um rude; I, a person who have never wronged another living soul, definitely did not deserve this pointed out to me.

Laura Bullion, member of the Wild Bunch gang, head-and-shoulders portrait. 1893. Photograph mounted on Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency identification card.

Laura Bullion (October 1876 – December 2, 1961) was a female outlaw of the Old West. Most sources indicate Bullion was born of German and Native American heritage in Knickerbocker, near Mertzon in Irion County, Texas; the exact day of her birth is unclear. Data in the 1880 and 1900 Federal Census suggest a Laura Bullion might have been born on a farm in the township of Palarm near Conway in Faulkner County, Arkansas, and might have grown up in Tom Green County, Texas. Other sources claim Laura Bullion was born in Kentucky in 1873.

In the 1890s, Laura Bullion was a member of Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch gang; her cohorts were fellow outlaws, including the Sundance Kid, “Black Jack” Ketchum, and Kid Curry. For several years in the 1890s, she was romantically involved with outlaw Ben Kilpatrick (“The Tall Texan”), a bank and train robber and an acquaintance of her father, who had been an outlaw, as well. In 1901, Bullion was convicted of robbery and sentenced to five years in prison for her participation in the Great Northern train robbery. She was released in 1905 after serving three years and six months of her punishment.

Laura Bullion moved to Memphis, Tennessee in 1918, posing as a war widow and using assumed names. She supported herself as a householder and seamstress, and later as a drapery maker, dressmaker and interior designer. Her fortunes declined in the late 1940s, at which time she was without an occupation. In 1961, she died of heart disease at the Shelby County Hospital in Memphis. Her final resting place is at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Memphis.