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briannedrouhard:

Some old Scott and Barda sketches from a couple of years ago.  For fun when I was bored.

These were drawn on a giant post-it paper pad!

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comicsalliance:

The 23 Brightest and Dimmest Members of the Green Lantern Corps
We profiled the Universe’s most heroically-hued peacekeepers based on performance (and of course, an arbitrary sense of awesomeness care of the combined might of Chris Sims and Caleb Goellner) in 2010. Read on to see where some of your favorite lanterns rank in part one of our GL rankings …In “The Corps” DC Universe.
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"According to Geoff Johns, Hal Jordan was the cool guy in the Justice League that everyone else wanted to be. We’re pretty sure he was reading different comics than we were, because we remember him being the old man who got hit in the head a lot that had to be told by Green Arrow that racism was a bad thing."

comicsalliance:

The 23 Brightest and Dimmest Members of the Green Lantern Corps

We profiled the Universe’s most heroically-hued peacekeepers based on performance (and of course, an arbitrary sense of awesomeness care of the combined might of Chris Sims and Caleb Goellner) in 2010. Read on to see where some of your favorite lanterns rank in part one of our GL rankings …In “The Corps” DC Universe.

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"According to Geoff Johns, Hal Jordan was the cool guy in the Justice League that everyone else wanted to be. We’re pretty sure he was reading different comics than we were, because we remember him being the old man who got hit in the head a lot that had to be told by Green Arrow that racism was a bad thing."

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prozdvoices:

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I saw this on my dash and had an impulse.

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comixology:

We’re celebrating 75 years of Batman by putting 750 Batman comics on sale for 99¢! 

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To those who don’t understand the difference between DC and Marvel,

braidfist:

DC:

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Marvel:

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WITHIN THE SAME WEEK.

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helenawaynehuntress:

ZINDA BLAKE | Or someone who looks and talks like Zinda?

The gang’s all here…?

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The Wonder Family

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gailsimone:

fyeahwilliammoultonmarston:

Not a good issue for Etta Candy, but Wonder Woman’s got another ally, her name’s Gail, she was one of Cheetah’s prisoners at the beauty salon and… wait a minute.
Name is Gail
Loves Wonder Woman
Works in a Hair Salon
Has ESP!!
Gail Simone, I don’t know how you got out of the comic, but I’m onto you!

DAMN.

Guess I’d better put the Tardis back!

gailsimone:

fyeahwilliammoultonmarston:

Not a good issue for Etta Candy, but Wonder Woman’s got another ally, her name’s Gail, she was one of Cheetah’s prisoners at the beauty salon and… wait a minute.

  1. Name is Gail
  2. Loves Wonder Woman
  3. Works in a Hair Salon
  4. Has ESP!!

Gail Simone, I don’t know how you got out of the comic, but I’m onto you!

DAMN.

Guess I’d better put the Tardis back!

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popculturebrain:

Character Posters: Fox’s ‘Gotham' | EW

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gailsimone:

Yowza! Gorgeous!

gailsimone:

Yowza! Gorgeous!

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With DC Comics’ Gotham Academy Are They Finally Targeting Young Women?

dcwomenkickingass:

You know what the fastest growing demographic of comic reader is? Women aged 17 to 33.  No, I did not make that up. No, that is not a skewed number. Facts, baby, all the way. 

With that fact looming it’s not surprising to see a demographic that has been basically ignored by Marvel and DC Comics suddenly getting love. And by that I mean teenage girls. 

It makes sense. The earlier you can hook a reader, the more likely they’ll be a comic reader for life. DC and Marvel have done that with dudes for years. But younger women? Eh, not so much. 

Oh, they had books with younger characters - Batgirl and Spider-Girl come to mind, but those were a rarity. And DC Comics has certainly talked about going after that audience. I can still remember during the launch of the new 52 the Supergirl team saying they wanted the female audience reading “The Hunger Games”. If anyone has seen what is going on with Supergirl these days you’ll know that goal failed.

Marvel has dived full-in with targeting the younger female audience with Ms. Marvel. That book featuring a teen age girl is accessible to all ages and is one of the best comics of the year.

But yesterday, on a day when DC also announced a eye raising new team for Wonder Woman they also announced a book that has its eye on the female audience - Gotham Academy.

And you know what? I think they’ve got it right.

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Well, when they see the other guys making $$, then they follow suit…

Just when I thought I was out (because they cancelled The Movement), they reel me back in!

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beckycloonan:

So this is a thing! GOTHAM ACADEMY! Written by me and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl!!! 

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beckycloonan:

So this is a thing! GOTHAM ACADEMY! Written by me and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl!!! 

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