Fuck yeah, melancholy...
thegeekmaster:

gailsimone:

comicbookwomen:

Wait-what?
Is Ollie and Selina an item?

I personally think it’s just cape gossip.
At least, I think so.

I hope so. Selina’s too good for him.

Anyone with good taste and self-respect is too good for Ollie.
That’s why everyone pairs him with Hal.

thegeekmaster:

gailsimone:

comicbookwomen:

Wait-what?

Is Ollie and Selina an item?



I personally think it’s just cape gossip.

At least, I think so.

I hope so. Selina’s too good for him.

Anyone with good taste and self-respect is too good for Ollie.

That’s why everyone pairs him with Hal.

steamboatbilljr:

Eartha Kitt photographed as Catwoman for the television series Batman, in which she appeared from 1967 to 1968.

steamboatbilljr:

Eartha Kitt photographed as Catwoman for the television series Batman, in which she appeared from 1967 to 1968.

Also, crazy, but five minutes after this article was posted, someone commented about how poorly written the thing was because I misspelled James Van Der Berk as Josh Van Der Beak. Obviously, the spelling of Dawson Creek’s name matters to me about as much as who the president is matters to a Gitmo prisoner, but like all personal criticisms, it is fun to imagine it being voiced by a frentic Jack Bauer on the search for nuclear bombs.


"Chloe, the name of the Varsity Blues star wasn’t James Van Der Beak, it was James Van Der Berk! DAMNIT!

I don’t know why I’m Chloe in this scenario. I feel I’m at least a Tony.

And then Didio says “Make sure she’s a strong, sexy female character, Judd,” and Winick says “You got it, boss!” and then I’m doing Batman with my heels still on like a goddamned Image comic.

And then Didio says “Make sure she’s a strong, sexy female character, Judd,” and Winick says “You got it, boss!” and then I’m doing Batman with my heels still on like a goddamned Image comic.

You know, cat-themed superheroines always vamp around, making sexual innuendos and wearing skimpy outfits… just once, I’d like one that misjudges the distance jumping from a desk to a couch and totally eats it.

You know, cat-themed superheroines always vamp around, making sexual innuendos and wearing skimpy outfits… just once, I’d like one that misjudges the distance jumping from a desk to a couch and totally eats it.

bigbardafree:

You remember when Selina was in the airport and she was trying to get away unnoticed but she was wearing the most NOTICEABLE OUTFIT EVER

SELINA I THOUGHT YOU WERE SUPPOSED TO KNOW HOW TO BE STEALTHY

AND BLEND IN

THAT’S LIKE YOUR THING ISN’T IT

GOD SELINA

What’s more important, stealth or STYLE?

Why Batman fans hate TDKR’s ending

Article! Read this thing!

I just find it weird how TDKR is deconstructing the entire idea of Batman going out in a blaze of glory because the only way his war on crime can end is with his death, and yet instead of praising this reversal of expectations and broadening view of the character, a lot of fans are attacking it. And this after people attacked The Dark Knight for having a small (but significant) character arc for Bruce. 

What exactly would Bruce’s arc be if the movie were to end in his death? That he has to be willing to sacrifice his life for the greater good? Doesn’t Bruce already know that? Does anyone believe he wouldn’t have given his life to stop Ra’s al Ghul in the first movie? That if it weren’t for two and a half hours of character-building in TDKR, he’d run like a craven coward instead of dying?

"Batman, the only way to save the city is for you to defuse the nuke. You’ll be exposed to lethal radiation, but millions of lives will be saved." "Fuck that, I’m outta here!"

You’re retired? Screw you, I’m having fun and stealing stuff!
My sister’s response to Bruce Wayne’s companionship at the end of TDKR, if she were Catwoman.
Basically, if a superheroine in 2012 starts crying, you’re fucked.