dcwomenkickingass:

Cover of Batwoman #19. McCarthy really is settling in nicely on this title.

dcwomenkickingass:

Cover of Batwoman #19. McCarthy really is settling in nicely on this title.


loki-cat:

jukebox-zero:

Let’s all just take a moment to appreciate the fact that the character DC brought in to make Batman seem straighter is now a lesbian.

this is the face of a man who enjoys kissing women

image

(via moniquill)


that james gunn article is so disgusting

elysethegorgon:

bigfatfeminist:

othothegreat:

buckycaps:

the art he chose in general, especially for the female heroes, is really gross and terrible, but here are a few more sexist, misogynistic, sex-shaming gems:

  1. “for those men that love rude bitches, [emma frost] the white queen is the way”
  2. [on natasha romanoff, the highest ~debut] “considering she’s fucked half the guys in the marvel universe, that’s quite a feat”
  3. [on elektra] she’ll “give you a nice, ninja-trained blow job”
  4. [on black canary] “i used to think she was the hottest chick in the dcu, but then i remembered that she fucks green arrow”
  5. [on dazzler] “a friggin’ great vagina”
  6. [on kitty pryde] “i want to anally do her”
  7. [on choice of art for jade] “i picked the one with the big tits”
  8. [on batwoman] “i’m hoping for a dc-marvel crossover so that tony stark can turn her; she could also have sex with nightwing and still be a lesbian”
  9. calls tigra ‘easy’ for no discernible reason along with calling stephanie brown that because she’s a single mother
  10. says that he’ll blow a load onto jessica jones’ face so he doesn’t have to look at her

This same article  also includes such charmingly puerile humor as calling Gambit a “Cajun fruit” and sharing his vivid imaginings of “my balls slapping against Gambit’s” which, he immediately points out, “makes me sick to my stomach,” just so you don’t get the wrong idea.

He goes on to make fun of Dr. Manhattan’s penis size, and then, ”Many of the people who voted for the Flash were gay men. I have no idea why this is. But I do know if I was going to get fucked in the butt I too would want it to be by someone who would get it over with quick.”

And he STILL manages to treat the male characters with more respect in general than the female ones.

This is the man that Marvel chose (and Joss Whedon endorsed) to direct the Guardians of the Galaxy movie.

Awesome.

It’s getting to that point where I just don’t even wanna support comics anymore until shit starts changing.

And it fucking sucks because I really

love

comics

(via elysethegorgonqueen)



em1ree:

juvjuvychan:

inbetweenthelineart:

amy-face:

trubr0wn:

rigbaby:

fuckyeahfeminists:

Scarlett Johansson responds to sexist questions!

“Is that inappropriate?”

You are a shining example of our culture’s sense of entitlement to women’s bodies.

props to scarlett for calling it out honestly

Remember the time she asked why the boys got all “the really cool thought-provoking questions’ and she got the ‘rabbit food question’

and i stood up and clapped for her for calling it out

Unless the interviewee initiates this topic…..don’t go there. It’s rude. :/

It’s not even that it’s rude, it’s just sexist plain and simple. This guy thought it was totally a-okay to ask about what Scarlett was wearing under her clothes. Why would he think that’s appropriate?  Because society conditions us to believe a woman’s body is not her own.  It can be ogled and twisted, and dissected all for the male gaze without any consent given by her. The guy even tries to defend himself by saying “hey it’s not like I asked if you wore lace panties or anything” like way to miss the entire fucking point dude. 

You just shouldn’t be asking what’s underneath her costume. Period. It’s none of your business.  And none of the guys get asked this question even though Chris and Jeremy also wore extremely tight costumes as well. It’s because Scar is a woman and therefore her body isn’t her own. Or at least that’s what this guy (and many others) seem to believe. 

Four for you, ScarJo.
You go, ScarJo.

(via karnythia)


Madness is the emergency exit. You can just step outside, and close the door on all those dreadful things that happened. You can lock them away… forever.
-Batman: The Killing Joke

(via vintagegal)


thegoddamazon:

radiophile:

katlay:

The mini I’ve been working on for a couple weeks now….this started as a word ladder, and the last bit was a total, last minute ending. Because it was fun. 

WHAT DO I HAVE TO SELL TO MAKE THIS A REAL COMIC SERIES. TAKE ANYTHING IT’S YOURS JUST GIVE ME THIS

(via the-real-goddamazon)


rosalarian:

An encounter with a pretty intense Twilight fan. I don’t actually care if anyone likes Twilight or not (I know I read and watch a lot of crap, myself!) but I found I preferred dealing with this somewhat adorable low-level homophobia than continue discussing Twilight with someone so in love with it.

rosalarian:

An encounter with a pretty intense Twilight fan. I don’t actually care if anyone likes Twilight or not (I know I read and watch a lot of crap, myself!) but I found I preferred dealing with this somewhat adorable low-level homophobia than continue discussing Twilight with someone so in love with it.

(via polerin)


illumistrations:

African American Wonder Woman, original artwork
There’s probably an extremely short list of female super heroes who are better than Wonder Woman.
Extremely.

illumistrations:

African American Wonder Woman, original artwork


There’s probably an extremely short list of female super heroes who are better than Wonder Woman.

Extremely.

(via howshinisterofme-deactivated201)



blkgirlblogging:

funkybutnottoofunky:

Best known for her memorable role as Maxine Shaw on the sitcom “Living Single” Erika Alexander’s latest endeavor isn’t a TV or film role, but instead a graphic novel series. Developed with her screenwriter husband, Tony Lyga, and her brother Robert Alexander, Concrete Park is set in the a dangerous near-future where gangs threaten to destroy humanity. The main characters are women of color: Luca, a gang leader, and Lena, her lesbian lover. The novels feature a multicultural cast of characters struggling to survive in an increasingly depraved world.

this is awesome.

blkgirlblogging:

funkybutnottoofunky:

Best known for her memorable role as Maxine Shaw on the sitcom “Living Single” Erika Alexander’s latest endeavor isn’t a TV or film role, but instead a graphic novel series. Developed with her screenwriter husband, Tony Lyga, and her brother Robert Alexander, Concrete Park is set in the a dangerous near-future where gangs threaten to destroy humanity. The main characters are women of color: Luca, a gang leader, and Lena, her lesbian lover. The novels feature a multicultural cast of characters struggling to survive in an increasingly depraved world.

this is awesome.

(via badndngirl)



theillustratednerdgirl:

Two and a half more hours. This is happening, y’all.
(Art by Kent Clark)


ERMAHGERD! THAT IS AMAZING!

theillustratednerdgirl:

Two and a half more hours. This is happening, y’all.

(Art by Kent Clark)

ERMAHGERD! THAT IS AMAZING!


dcwomenkickingass:

herochan:

Muscle Beach
Illustration by Jeff Victor

Wonder Woman would OWN muscle beach. I love this so, so much.

dcwomenkickingass:

herochan:

Muscle Beach

Illustration by Jeff Victor

Wonder Woman would OWN muscle beach. I love this so, so much.


magnolius:

This incredible 3D street art illusion was recently unveiled in Madrid, Spain to promote the release of The Dark Knight Rises which is in theatres this Friday.

magnolius:

This incredible 3D street art illusion was recently unveiled in Madrid, Spain to promote the release of The Dark Knight Rises which is in theatres this Friday.