equalistmako:

"No, I’m not going to take some of Spongebob’s pics down to make room for your drawing— that’d be ridiculous. Go put it somewhere else. Share it online for all I care. Just get it out of my sight.”

*laughs* … *cries*

blacksirensolo:

Doodle before bed.Nighty night!

blacksirensolo:

Doodle before bed.

Nighty night!

Korra Week 2014 ► Day 6: Wisdom

zombres:


travtrav87 So this just happened at the #gameofthrones beer launch party. #pedropascal posing with my #moonstick from #sailormoon


#someone stop this man

zombres:

travtrav87 So this just happened at the #gameofthrones beer launch party. #pedropascal posing with my #moonstick from #sailormoon

intimateobsession:

I’m a HUGE FAN OF KORRA/the avatar series…for me the fluff just highlighted how shakey the plot was.It was good for two reasons.The animation and the bending was so insane this season I was taken aback…and the last scene when Korra ended up being so drained that you can literally feel her pain.Her tough spirit seemed so broken..It was real and reminiscent of how adulthood can be.a lot of what they saved til the last few episodes could have been extended..I just feel this avatar series depends to much on deus ex machina.When it had the making to do better.

Well each has their own standards on what’s good enough :)

I myself think LoK could have been written is ways that make it reach its full potential and I lament the embarrassing writing in some episodes. but I don’t think the failure of the series is enough to bring down the amount of good stuff it has. 

I don’t think Aang and Jinora were Deus Ex Machinas, the presentation and the build-up wasn’t just enough. It’s nothing like the rock that hit Aang’s spine in the finale.

icerouge-ii:

Book 3 of Legend of Korra is a proof of how much you can do for women in just 13 episodes

 

oh my GOD
look i totally agree with you and stuff but can you please stop talking about feminism in LoK PLEASE
like i would like to watch and enjoy something that i basically grew up with without having to think about all the feminist symbolism and contemplate on all the hidden meanings
its a cartoon with people throwing fireballs and rocks and stuff
let them be
can you just let me have this like
leave LoK unsullied 

Being aware of social issues is part of growing up and seeing more of the world. Once you’ve known something, there’s no going back. 

It’s a double edged sword. All the knowledge I’ve acquired all these years made me hate other things I used to love, some made me more appreciative of good art. Overall it made me a better writer, I’m aspiring to be one.

If you want to experience LoK without all the issues and complicated things, you can follow certain tags like “lokedit” or people who don’t care about feminist issues or just ignore posts like these. 

themyskira:

DD > Didio

konflake:

eh, just something I thought of in class. It was fun to do this one. Officer~
class sketch

konflake:

eh, just something I thought of in class. It was fun to do this one. Officer~

class sketch

deesky:

Thank you so much for all the kind comments about the idea of making a Korra and ATLA crossover. I decided I’m going to make it!. 
Of course, this will take some time and I will try to keep the “manga” (not so manga) style I tried before. This drawing is just part of the brainstorming. 

deesky:

Thank you so much for all the kind comments about the idea of making a Korra and ATLA crossover. I decided I’m going to make it!. 

Of course, this will take some time and I will try to keep the “manga” (not so manga) style I tried before. This drawing is just part of the brainstorming. 

Korra and the Kids

Aang plays with his grandchildren through Korra *sniff*

"…if Marvel makes Thor 3 before it makes Black Panther, it will have made ten movies headlined by blond white men named Chris before it makes one movie headlined by someone who isn’t even white."

windy98art:

Had so much fun drawing that one :D ( requested by doawin )

batgirlincorporated:

comicsalliance:

GOTHAM ACADEMY: BECKY CLOONAN’S SUPER COOL HERO PORTRAITS, CHARACTER BREAKDOWNS AND GUERRILLA MARKETING
By Chris Sims
I don’t think it’s possible for the staff of ComicsAlliance to get more excited for Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl‘s Gotham Academy than we already are, but if there’s one thing that could do it, it’s seeing the characters for the new book in a set of brand-new portraits drawn by Cloonan. This week, that’s exactly what we’ve got, so prepare yourself, because they are fantastic.
In a set of three images, Cloonan has introduced us to the principal characters, Olive Silverlock, Maps Mizoguchi and Kyle Mizoguchi. Check them out along with what the creators of the book had to say in our interview from San Diego Comic-Con. Plus, what we think about how DC is marketing — or not marketing, in a way — this new book.

Brenden Fletcher: Olive Silverlock, our main character.
Becky Cloonan: It’s her second year at Gotham.
BF: Her first year was fairly sunny, fairly bright. She doesn’t come from a really wealthy background so getting to go to this prep school is a wonderful experience for her, was a wonderful experience for her. Her grades are fantastic, loves books, was in the school play, dating the tennis star and then something happened in the summer that changed her world. It’s impacted her relationship with the tennis star in a negative way. It’s impacted the way she feels about the school and it may have had some disastrous change on her life. That’s one of the main arcs of where it’s going. What happened to Olive? What is that going to mean for her future and the future of all the students at Gotham Academy?

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batgirlincorporated:

comicsalliance:

GOTHAM ACADEMY: BECKY CLOONAN’S SUPER COOL HERO PORTRAITS, CHARACTER BREAKDOWNS AND GUERRILLA MARKETING

By Chris Sims

I don’t think it’s possible for the staff of ComicsAlliance to get more excited for Becky CloonanBrenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl‘s Gotham Academy than we already are, but if there’s one thing that could do it, it’s seeing the characters for the new book in a set of brand-new portraits drawn by Cloonan. This week, that’s exactly what we’ve got, so prepare yourself, because they are fantastic.

In a set of three images, Cloonan has introduced us to the principal characters, Olive Silverlock, Maps Mizoguchi and Kyle Mizoguchi. Check them out along with what the creators of the book had to say in our interview from San Diego Comic-Con. Plus, what we think about how DC is marketing — or not marketing, in a way — this new book.

Brenden Fletcher: Olive Silverlock, our main character.

Becky Cloonan: It’s her second year at Gotham.

BF: Her first year was fairly sunny, fairly bright. She doesn’t come from a really wealthy background so getting to go to this prep school is a wonderful experience for her, was a wonderful experience for her. Her grades are fantastic, loves books, was in the school play, dating the tennis star and then something happened in the summer that changed her world. It’s impacted her relationship with the tennis star in a negative way. It’s impacted the way she feels about the school and it may have had some disastrous change on her life. That’s one of the main arcs of where it’s going. What happened to Olive? What is that going to mean for her future and the future of all the students at Gotham Academy?


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intimateobsession:

Book 3 of Legend of Korra is a proof of how much you can do for women in just 13 episodes

danseru-kun:

  • Main female character who is brown and muscular, multidimensional and has agency
  • Main female character takes responsibility for the change in the world her actions has caused
  • 50/50 male-female character count and talking ratio
  • A variety of significant female characters in 13…

Yes all of this but the plot was so filled with fluff.It had the makings of being explosively phenomenal and it fell short :(.

If it’s not explosively phenomenal then was it phenomenal? :)

Personally, LoK is probably not in the top 20 animated series I’ve watched but I just have a special love for this show and Korra. The fluff is something many fans actually liked because for them little silly moments are memorable and let them breath.

zeit-heist:


Nightwing #72 (2002)

in which Dick’s superpower is summoning guns
Bruce is not amused and Jason is jealous

zeit-heist:

Nightwing #72 (2002)

in which Dick’s superpower is summoning guns

Bruce is not amused and Jason is jealous