That One-Eyed Badass Chick
bear1na:

Legend of Korra by Geoff Darrow and Dave Stewart

bear1na:

Legend of Korra by Geoff Darrow and Dave Stewart

wondergal-amazonprincess:

micahdesigns:

celestialalignment:

flanoirbunny:

femurscourage:

scantys-ghostly-gibus:

dissypoo:

ask-sivir:

prodigal-ezreal:

besttrollfreljord:

ask-vlady-chan:

noxian-talon:

this-deck-is-rigged:

sion-the-undead-juggernaut:

 
(My sexy succubus in Skyrim. I win! Don’t judge me. :P)

//Fucking Skarner.

O_____O°((Vel’Koz…Oh bby'How FUCKED am I’ is a really accurate quesion…))

// SKARNER OH MY FUCKING GOD

//trundle……

[[fuck you guys, I got ezreal]]

Varus. I’m okay with this.

I think that’s Nick in L4D2

Oh god


IM GOING TO FUCK THE LUFTRAUSERS PILOT.

I think it was Baradorf I last played as in Hyrule Warriors.
#hahanope

Still an awkward death knight. Blugh.

Princess Zelda. I think I win.

Impa for me, I am A-OK with that


who is really

so yeah I’m pretty set!

wondergal-amazonprincess:

micahdesigns:

celestialalignment:

flanoirbunny:

femurscourage:

scantys-ghostly-gibus:

dissypoo:

ask-sivir:

prodigal-ezreal:

besttrollfreljord:

ask-vlady-chan:

noxian-talon:

this-deck-is-rigged:

sion-the-undead-juggernaut:

 

(My sexy succubus in Skyrim. I win! Don’t judge me. :P)

//Fucking Skarner.

O_____O°

((Vel’Koz…
Oh bby
'How FUCKED am I’ is a really accurate quesion…))

// SKARNER OH MY FUCKING GOD

//trundle……

[[fuck you guys, I got ezreal]]

Varus. I’m okay with this.

I think that’s Nick in L4D2

Oh god

image

IM GOING TO FUCK THE LUFTRAUSERS PILOT.

I think it was Baradorf I last played as in Hyrule Warriors.

#hahanope

Still an awkward death knight. Blugh.

Princess Zelda. I think I win.

Impa for me, I am A-OK with that

who is really

so yeah I’m pretty set!

gosh I wish dc had talked about rose and lillian more but I wish they hadn't erased lillian as roses mother.
Anonymous

renaroo:

It was a completely useless retcon that erased one awesome woman and white washed another. Whoever was behind that decision should be seriously looked into by DC. It’s not like they weren’t already swimming in trouble from the dozens of other cases of that exact same thing at the start of the reboot.

I just don’t have the willpower to look up who exactly was responsible for it or else I’d go into a rant. I’m not pointing fingers without research. But I will say Rose was featured in the Superboy relaunch which was already rife with issues other than Marcus To’s awesome pencils.

^ all of this

And then the numerous other problems with NuRose. Mainly being that she’s a terrible character with no development.

Now excuse me while I go drown myself in my preboot Rose comics.

comicsalliance:

FIVE THIRTY EIGHT DIGS INTO DEMOGRAPHICS OF SUPERHEROES, FINDS THEY’RE STILL OVERWHELMINGLY MEN
By Matt D. Wilson
Here’s the good news: According to some recent research by FiveThirtyEight.com, the website that applies data to just about everything — most notably, US elections — the ratio of female to male characters in mainstream superhero comics is improving, and more LGBT characters are showing up in Marvel and DC’s pages.
That said, the numbers still aren’t great. “Female characters make up only 30.9 percent of the DC universe and 30.6 percent of the Marvel universe,” the site’s report states. In a world where women are 51 percent of all people, that’s not so representative.
Also of interest: Female comic characters tend to be neutral or good far more than they’re evil. “Bad-aligned men alone outnumbered all women combined,” the report states.
READ MORE

comicsalliance:

FIVE THIRTY EIGHT DIGS INTO DEMOGRAPHICS OF SUPERHEROES, FINDS THEY’RE STILL OVERWHELMINGLY MEN

By Matt D. Wilson

Here’s the good news: According to some recent research by FiveThirtyEight.com, the website that applies data to just about everything — most notably, US elections — the ratio of female to male characters in mainstream superhero comics is improving, and more LGBT characters are showing up in Marvel and DC’s pages.

That said, the numbers still aren’t great. “Female characters make up only 30.9 percent of the DC universe and 30.6 percent of the Marvel universe,” the site’s report states. In a world where women are 51 percent of all people, that’s not so representative.

Also of interest: Female comic characters tend to be neutral or good far more than they’re evil. “Bad-aligned men alone outnumbered all women combined,” the report states.

READ MORE

"Princess!  You’re safe!"

"Impa,  forgive me for not telling you."

comicsalliance:

FIVE THIRTY EIGHT DIGS INTO DEMOGRAPHICS OF SUPERHEROES, FINDS THEY’RE STILL OVERWHELMINGLY MEN
By Matt D. Wilson
Here’s the good news: According to some recent research by FiveThirtyEight.com, the website that applies data to just about everything — most notably, US elections — the ratio of female to male characters in mainstream superhero comics is improving, and more LGBT characters are showing up in Marvel and DC’s pages.
That said, the numbers still aren’t great. “Female characters make up only 30.9 percent of the DC universe and 30.6 percent of the Marvel universe,” the site’s report states. In a world where women are 51 percent of all people, that’s not so representative.
Also of interest: Female comic characters tend to be neutral or good far more than they’re evil. “Bad-aligned men alone outnumbered all women combined,” the report states.
READ MORE

comicsalliance:

FIVE THIRTY EIGHT DIGS INTO DEMOGRAPHICS OF SUPERHEROES, FINDS THEY’RE STILL OVERWHELMINGLY MEN

By Matt D. Wilson

Here’s the good news: According to some recent research by FiveThirtyEight.com, the website that applies data to just about everything — most notably, US elections — the ratio of female to male characters in mainstream superhero comics is improving, and more LGBT characters are showing up in Marvel and DC’s pages.

That said, the numbers still aren’t great. “Female characters make up only 30.9 percent of the DC universe and 30.6 percent of the Marvel universe,” the site’s report states. In a world where women are 51 percent of all people, that’s not so representative.

Also of interest: Female comic characters tend to be neutral or good far more than they’re evil. “Bad-aligned men alone outnumbered all women combined,” the report states.

READ MORE

avatarparallels:

Toph: Alright, what you need is a good old fashioned back pounding to relieve your stress.

Aang: Pound away.

-

Toph: Okay, if you want me to bend out this metal, you need to relax.

Korra: I am relaxed.

avatarparallels:

"And I thought Beifong was grumpy."

quickhits:

Worse, the Keene rioters are generally not described as rioters,but rather “rowdy” students or “drunken revelers.” Further, the people of Keene are being portrayed as the victims of the riot, while the citizens of Ferguson are portrayed as the perpetrators.

There will be no jokes about food stamps or welfare, because the perpetrators are white and that’s not the stereotype. No one will call the Keene rioters “thugs” or suggest the police should have shot them all. No one will point to the scourge of white on white crime. No one will accuse all white parents of not knowing how to raise law-abiding kids.

The difference between the coverage of Ferguson and Keene is the difference between black and white. When someone tells you “it’s not about race,” know they’re wrong.

uranianumbras:

also consider this: romani dick grayson and a rose wilson who actually looks Ugandan (or w/e she was said to be half pre52)

Rose is half Cambodian

lustfulpegasus-emeraldraven:

Death had a near-Toph experience once

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halcyonstarfish:

Teen Titans #3, by Will Pfeifer and Kenneth Rocafort

There is no artist who can make that atrocious costume look good…

halcyonstarfish:

Teen Titans #3, by Will Pfeifer and Kenneth Rocafort

There is no artist who can make that atrocious costume look good…

How Rose Wilson helped me find my voice:

annieerskine:

A lot of people ask me “What got you into comics?” or “What made you want to create comics?”. I could go on about how I was always raised around art and I’ve always loved cartoons and stuff but, honestly? I didn’t get into comics until I was like 17.

Don’t laugh, but, truth is, for me it wasn’t so much of a comic in particular as much as it was a character.

I started to do roleplaying on Myspace back when I was a teenager and found that my original characters didn’t go over so well. So as a result, a friend suggested to try and find a DC or Marvel character to play as. Now at this point I hadn’t read any comics save for a couple webcomics. I browsed through my DC Encyclopedia and found 3 characters I thought looked cool:

- Stargirl
- Arrowette
- Ravager

I went to the comic shop, bought a TON of comics they were featured in, and got to work. I found that I liked RPing all 3 of them but in particular, I fell absolutely in love with Ravager. To me she was more than just the daughter of Deathstroke. She represented strength, courage, power, being yourself, all while still making mistakes. I found myself going through life thinking “what would Rosie do?” and suddenly, I found my voice. I was no longer this shy little girl who didn’t speak up. I defended myself. I defended others. I never backed down if I saw someone being hurt. I would never turn away from someone who needed help. I even went so far as to lose friends because I wasn’t afraid to call them out of they were clearly being wrong about something (friend of mine bullied someone and tried to spread lies about her because the girl didn’t want to RP with her…like wth?). Rose taught me to be myself and to never give up. To be brave and know that sometimes we make mistakes but it is okay. That it is important to forgive yourself.

Rose’s determination and courage leaked into my life so much that I was never afraid to take risks. It helped me find my internship (and as a result freelance job) at Cartoon Network, it helped me get my full-time job in town, it helped me have the courage to actually tell my then-friend how I felt about her leading to what is now a happy marriage.

Making comics always sounded fun but it wasn’t until I adopted Rose’s kick-ass attitude that I had the courage to actually try it out. Tried it, loved it, now I gotta make more :)

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Wonderful story about a wonderful character :)

To all the Tumblr users who tend to use tags very liberally:

Let’s play a game.

Type the following words into your tags box, then post the first automatic tag that comes up.

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