I would frame these panels and put them on my wall.
Wonder Woman is my favorite because Batman is like “killing is against my code” and “dealing with a villain of the Joker’s caliber requires strategy and precision” and Wondy is like “he’s an evil mass-murdering fuck and I’m going to drag his face through the wall of a YMCA locker room
You tell me who the Joker should be afraid of
Batman can start a fight but Wonder Woman’s gonna finish it?
ALL THE TRUTH IS ONE GIF.
Montrose - S/T (1:st Album US 1973)
when I was a kid I really wanted to like this band because the sound of the word “Montrose” seemed so cool and immense to me, like a big sonic event in the air when you say it, windswept and glacial
the dude on the right hand side of the sleeve is Sammy Hagar if you didn’t know and I just could not get down w/it no matter how much Montroseit brought to the table
Montrose is the name of a district which is about half an hour away from me by bus. When I first moved here I thought it sounded cool and slightly mythical: Montrose! It sounds like a mountain covered in roses. Probably got that way when a princess broke the evil witch’s curse that salted all her kingdom’s fertile land, or something.
Turns out it’s basically a mile of chain restaurants, retail stores, dentist offices, and a golf course where there used to be a movie theater which would have been nice to have.
BUT MY POINT IS yes Montrose is a good word which is poorly-utilized at this point in history
My only complaint. No Kate Kane.
Indeed, Kate Kane should totally be here on this photo set of fabulous POC and LGBTQI comics heroes :D
Also maybe Jaime Reyes?
And Kamala Khan, too.
AND COAGULA :D
Because more awesome queer trans ladies are needed
THESE ARE THE KIND OF LADIES WE NEED MORE OF IN COMIC BOOKS :D
Let’s be real, in a time before the internet people didn’t have more adventures and make more meaningful connections. They watched TV and listened to CDs. Before that they listened to records and read magazines. Before that they listened to the radio and read bad dime novels. Before that they embroidered or some shit.
People have been staying inside and ignoring other people for as long as there have been buildings.
The Eagle Bull- Oxendine family is being sued by their child’s school for defamation, because they asked the school to permanently change their offensive and culturally insensitive Thanksgiving curriculum and to honor a two-year scholarship taken from their daughter after they voiced their concern over Native appropriation there.
They’re raising funds to defray mounting legal expenses. Please share this link and donate what you can. If they lose, we all lose. This case has the potential to set dangerous precedent where Natives are effectively gagged from speaking out against appropriation and the abuse of our culture and sacred ways by mainstream society. This is legal conquest. We can’t allow them to play Indian and hide behind judicial robes to do it. Thank you.
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So I found this harlequin romance paperback today, and normally I just toss those right over without paying them much mind, but the cover of this one made me pause. Sure that the artist was just taking liberties, I checked out the back.
I’m dubious. I should read a passage:
It is a literal bear.
Okay yeah I’ll admit it I’m going to read this but only because it sounds like the most fucked up romance novel in existence.
You have some explaining to do, Canada.
You guys don’t understand. Screw it being a bestseller, 50 Shades of Gray is a bestseller, this book won the Governor General’s Award. That’s the highest literary award in Canada. That’s the pulitzer prize of Canadian literature. Bear is a part of Canadian literary history.
i had to read this book in uni for my first year Canadian literature class. When we first heard of it we were like, “Oh the Bear’s a metaphor or some shit.” but then one kid read ahead, and was like, “Guys, no, she literally fucks the bear. She fucked a bear.”
Okay, this is undoubtedly one of the most fucked up things ever committed to ink and paper, but more than almost anything else, what I want an answer to is this:
This crazy bitch gains the trust and friendship of a wild animal that could tear her to shreds, she falls in love with it, talks to it, even goes so far as to fucking commit bestiality with it…and she never gives it a name?
She just calls it “bear” for the whole book? What’s to prevent this lunatic from going off with some other bear? Does she really love this animal, or is she just a depraved ursidae fetishist?
If I were that bear, I’d seriously rethink the foundation of my relationship. I would have questions. Is this love, maniac Canadian woman? Is it? Or is it merely lust!?
Tonight’s Gender of the night is: Wednesday Addams
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