After Bart Allen’s Funeral
Raven: How many times did Bart try to see you naked?
Starfire: Not very many, because he soon realized I’m not terribly modest.
Raven: So all I had to do was make like I was going to give in and he would’ve given up?
Starfire: Well, he did just stand there and stare for a good two minutes or so. Honestly, it’s the longest I’d ever seen him sit still…
The series premiere of ‘The Flash’ was packed with easter eggs and nods to DC Comics - read the entire list here!
I only caught about half of them.
DC Comics’ PR has taken multiple hits this week, and this weekend is a major convention, so you know what that means: DC higher ups giving unsatisfying responses to fan outcry at Baltimore Comic Con. Specifically, we’re talking about Dan DiDio saying that superheroes should never have happy personal lives, Aquaman and Mera aren’t married, and that a new writer will be taking over Batwoman with issue #25.
"Heroes shouldn’t have happy personal lives. They are committed to being that person and committed to defending others at the sacrifice of their own personal interests."- Dan Didio
There is so much wrong with that idea I don’t even know where to start. What about giving your heroes a reason to keep fighting? A reason to get up in the morning? I am not saying I think all of the characters should have happy squishy Harlequin style romances. But to say heroes shouldn’t have happy personal lives is just dumb. I do hope he also only means the one that appear in the pages of comics. I’d like to think he wouldn’t apply to the heroes that exist in our reality such as firemen and policemen.
My mother collects Mr. Potato Heads. She has all kinds from Iron Man, Spiderman, Batman, Elvis, Transformers, Star Wars and Star Trek. So since her birthday is Wed I decided to get her the Thor one. I’ll take pictures of course when they come. Especially since I know my father got her the Wolverine and 11th Doctor Potato Heads.