Just want to say something.

lunalovegoodish:

People always complain about how Harry never named one of his children after Remus, while Remus was an extremely important person in Harry’s life and so on and so forth.

Well, there’s actually an extremely simple explanation to that problem.

Harry already had a son named after Remus Lupin.

Teddy Remus Lupin was Harry’s first son.

You’ll never be able to convince me Harry didn’t think this.

(via wombatking)

wombatking:

erikloser:

stop taking bucky’s metal arm away

stop taking charles’ wheelchair away

stop taking clint’s hearing aids away

disabled superheroes are important stop sucking please

The thing with Charles is always so inexplicable to me. He’s 100% iconic in the chair.

It’s straight up laziness, IMO. It’s harder for writers to get him involved in the action in typical ways. Instead of thinking creatively, it’s decided to just yank him out of the chair again.

I want a werewolf story where the guy gets turned into a werewolf and asks who the alpha is and the rest are like “huh? what the hell is that? that isn’t a thing.”

transportive:

Sometimes I see incorrect information on tumblr and I just want to fix it.

Then I realize I am just being a huge party pooper and also it’s not important information…

no! you are totally wrong about that obscure comic event that happened in 1986!

harshcutieszoos:

Jason Todd was not characteristically reckless.

Jason Todd was not to blame for his own death. Jason Todd was not to blame for his own death. Jason Todd was not to blame for his own death.

You can blame the Joker for beating him. You can blame Sheila Haywood, his biological mother, for luring him into danger.

You can even blame Bruce for making him feel unwanted so that he ran away to find his biological mother.

But Jason Todd was not to blame for his own death.

Even if you would call Jason reckless - if you’re using the same metric, so was every other Robin. They thought with their hearts before their heads at least half the time. They made rash decisions. They leapt before they looked. Even Tim, the most methodical out of all of them, could be reckless. 

Because someone needed them, or they were angry, or they were desperate. 

Because they were all children.

They were all heroes, too. If anything, that is what got Jason killed - he was too loving and too selfless. The Joker preys on goodness. 

renaroo:


Batgirl (2000-2006) Annual #1

And here we all thought I was done with this series ;)
I didn’t include this annual with my Cass retrospective for a few reasons, primary among them being that it’s mostly an introduction to a new DC superhero — one from India! — named Aruna.
She takes the bulk of this annual which… honestly is weird to me because she does not come back in to play with the DCU after this to my knowledge. Which is weird, because she had promise.
Also she does not once in the book look like she does on the cover. Which I like this design so I found it to be unfortunate.

I made a post about Aruna! :D And sadly, you’re right - no appearances at all after this one.

renaroo:

Batgirl (2000-2006) Annual #1

And here we all thought I was done with this series ;)

I didn’t include this annual with my Cass retrospective for a few reasons, primary among them being that it’s mostly an introduction to a new DC superhero — one from India! — named Aruna.

She takes the bulk of this annual which… honestly is weird to me because she does not come back in to play with the DCU after this to my knowledge. Which is weird, because she had promise.

Also she does not once in the book look like she does on the cover. Which I like this design so I found it to be unfortunate.

I made a post about Aruna! :D And sadly, you’re right - no appearances at all after this one.

(via dcwomenofcolor)

do not get me started on poor vertigo, milestone and wildstorm

can’t we just agree that marvel and dc are both shitty