Famous Superhero Teams + Year of their 1st appearance

Honorable Mentions: Justice Society of America 1940, Legions of Superheroes 1958, Teen Titans 1964, X Force 1991, Birds of Prey 1995, The Authority 1999, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen 1999, Justice League Dark 2011, Legends of Tomorrow 2016.

Emo Quartet in Dc movies
  • My Chemical Romance: wrote a song for Watchmen
  • Twenty One Pilots: wrote a song for Suicide Squad
  • Panic! At The Disco: covered a song for Suicide Squad
  • Fall Out Boy: wrote a song for The Lego Batman Movie

anonymous asked:

Hey Jax I know you have a strict KILL VILLAINS right away policy and love anti-heroes but why do you love the Punisher so much? Is it just the same thing or is there something special about Frank to you?

I’ve been a colossal Punisher fan for years. 

Matter of fact ever since I saw this f*cked up documentary about this pair of child killers who would lure & knockout children walking home from school so they could take them home and torture them to death while recording their screams that they could listen to later my Moral ground is one direction so I love characters like Wolverine,

Originally posted by diablito666

 Wonder Woman


Originally posted by icantfeelmyarms

 and Frank 

Originally posted by castle-frank

and hell even Dexter Morgan up until a certain point, 

Originally posted by seriestvquotes

who have no qualms about killing bad guys. 

All these other folks call em “Monsters” and say who are you to decide
But that’s the aspect I LOVE, THEY OPENLY ACKNOWLEDGE they aren’t good people multiple times. 

They will gladly be a monster like GODZILLA and TAKE OUT WORSE MONSTERS!

Originally posted by sandi-stormtrooper

 Its fun to have characters with high morals like Superman and Spider-man but on the flipside I love seeing the Punisher Let the SCUMBAG BODIES Hit the floor like no tomorrow.

Originally posted by pxlflx

 Sure he can go too far but that’s what I love watching about it, the Lack of F*cks. For me I’m Team Anti-Hero for life tbh

Originally posted by kate-bishop

And let me say this. I respect that other people have their certain beliefs and opinions but my mind has never been swayed on this
lol I’ve had 
college professors,
family law enforcement friends,
parents and others try to show me their side 

and I accept that easily but no matter what your opinion of my thoughts on this topic is, its not gonna have any impact on the way I view people who kill their villains, it will have 0% impact , it will have no effect on how I view the subject. 

But that doesn’t mean I don’t respect other people’s thoughts on the topic again it’s a subject that we will agree to disagree on, not a big deal whatsoever lol

I hate seeing Innocent people die but I love seeing the people who cause pain to those who can’t defend themselves get whats coming to em 

I keep seeing annoying thinkpieces say that Cap was rejecting the very idea of external oversight of any kind, which— no he wasn’t?? Even remotely??

He was basically saying that he wouldn’t be comfortable signing something unless there was a system of checks and balances in place that would prevent The Avengers from becoming “Winter Soldier Death Squad: USA Edition”. (Yes, I know he didn’t know about the deathsquad at that point. But he’s done his homework on US military policy. His concerns are not unfounded.)

Remember what Bucky said about his former co-workers? “Their most elite death squad. More kills than anyone in HYDRA history, and that was before the serum. They speak 30 languages. Can hide in plain sight. Infiltrate, assassinate, destabilize. They can take a whole country down in one night, you’d never see them coming.” Steve is asking for assurances that whatever governing body gains control of the Avengers won’t decide to use THEM that way— and, in fact, won’t even THINK of them that way. I think that’s part of why he becomes so furious whenever people refer to Bucky, Wanda, Thor, and Bruce as “weapons” instead of people. When you talk about a person as BEING a weapon, you have taken the first step towards using them AS a weapon.

In fact, in many ways, I feel like CACW was basically Watchmen: Redux, but the version Zack Snyder refused to make. The central question is the same: who watches the watchmen?

In Watchmen (book more than movie), the answer is not “no one.” The answer is: different people/groups (and yes, sometimes no one) at different periods throughout history. But remember when the group watching the Watchmen was the US Government? Because when the US Government was in charge, after the Keene Act (cough Sokovian Accords cough), the Watchmen had the option of either retiring, or accepting orders to destabilize foreign governments and commit mass slaughter, all in the name of “keeping order”. AKA, literally what the Winter Soldier Deathsquad in CACW were built for. Remember, Hydra’s #1 goal is “order”, but an authoritarian order that they get to decide and enforce.

In CACW, I don’t see Steve saying “The Avengers are perfect and no one can tell us what to doooooooo!” He knows perfectly well that they are not infallible (see A:AoU). But he also knows that on the ground and in the field, things go FUBAR and you have to restrategize and do the best with what you have at the time. One of Cap’s superpowers is his instinct for strategy in battle (clearly serum-based, since pre-serum Steve Rogers’ favorite strategy was “spend entire life running into brick walls both metaphorical and literal”). He is asking: will the Accords allow him to use that power? Would he be allowed to use his own judgment? Would the rest of his team? INCLUDING Tony? When Tony flew the nuclear bomb up into the sky-hole way back in The Avengers, he was essentially violating the will of the government agency that decided to nuke NYC, because he saw a way to stop the invasion without causing the deaths of millions. Would the policies of the Accords allow him to make that decision (or a parallel one) in the future, or would he be arrested and locked up for violating his “contract”?

I mean, sure, in the midst of the initial discussion, Peggy dies, so Steve bails, and then all the Bucky stalking starts up and Steve is all “I WILL BURN DOWN THE WORLD FOR HIM, SEE IF I WON’T”, so the initial conflict gets ratcheted up about a million times, but the central question of “who gets to be in charge of these superpowered weirdos, and what does being in charge really mean” still runs through the whole plot. It runs parallel to the question of Bucky’s culpability. When you are turned into a weapon and used as a weapon, are you to blame for the destruction that follows?

I keep seeing the conflict framed as this—

TONY: We need to be held accountable!
CAP: No we don’t!

But I don’t see that at all in the actual movie. I see this—

TONY: We need to be held accountable!
CAP: Accountable to whom? And what does being held accountable mean?

[feelings-based punching breaks out, no one ever answers Cap’s implied question, Tony himself finds out that being “held accountable” means being shoved into the nautical oubliette where you get de-powered and possibly beaten for the rest of your life, T’Challa proves that his government is the only one that should be trusted to be in charge of anything]