in extension to 'i'm 90% sure the wolfpupy twitter is jason todd'
comic characters i’m hopelessly in love with > Nell Little/Batgirl’s biggest fan
“I knew she’d come!”
When someone expects me to blindly stride into a childish trap and, electrocute myself.
what the fuck even is death note. i know there’s a guy named light and one named l (who named these children) and one of them looks like a spindly frog with emo hair, and of course there’s a notebook that gives people heart attacks, but then sometimes i see art of it and there’s this terrifying clown monster just sort of floating around in the background?? why is this juggalo here what does he want from the frog.
They’re a bull-headed bunch, Cass.
DD > Didio
"Ever seen a chick do that, tough guy?”
→ if i were a comic character, i’d want to be you: onyx adams as onyx
Today is Batman Day, a day to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the character’s first appearance. A few weeks ago I asked people to name the female character they thought was “most important” to Batman. And while there were many people who name Barbara Gordon (Oracle version mostly), there were also others mentioned such as Cass Cain and Leslie Thompkins. But a lot of the answers were a woman who has gotten short shift in the Batverse - Martha Wayne.
Green Arrow vol.2 #98 (1995)
#this was such a great run #but oh god Roy what are you wearing #I keep blocking out that ‘uniform’ #but it just doesn’t work #you let Dick dress you didn’t you #were you reading Judge Dredd comics? #were you BOTH high? #you were weren’t you
I think you’ve forgotten that Roy actually wore stuff worse than than this.
Paging Derry for an emergency Roy Harper costume retrospective.
*ahahaha* OH GOD NO NOT THE TRENCHCOAT PLEASE PLEASE I’LL BE GOOD!
*remembers the purple thing abruptly*
*curls into a ball and sobs*
And thing is, with Dick, his costumes, no matter how ill-advised, seemed to reflect his own inner fabulousness. He didn’t care what you thought, he knew he looked amazing.
Whereas with Roy, it felt like he was trying to look like the person he thought he was supposed to be.
You know, that is absolutely something. I tend to think he gets his head on straight — as it were, and relatively, and in a way usually only related to canon in the sense that LIAN LIAN LIAN — but it’s the truth that Roy is the kind of man who would ‘dress the part’.
Actually in a vaguely Xanderish way?
That sort of “okay, if I look like this, and act like this, and drive this car, and sleep with this person, then people will think that I *AM* this, and then it will be true, and everything will be okay, and all the screaming voices that keep me awake at night will shut up.”
I believe in that headcanon. I *feel* it. I think it explains a *lot* of his late adolescent behavior — whether or *not* you throw the heroin in there.
Still, though. A lot of those clothes have no excuse.