comicsalliance:

DC’S DIGITAL-FIRST ‘ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN’ SERIES ENDS WITH ISSUE #51

It didn’t even get to 52.

DC’s digital-first Adventures of Superman series concluded Tuesday with issue #51, with a story by Jerry Ordway and Steve Rude. We here at ComicsAlliance have documented our appreciation of the series, which offered a wide variety of Superman stories from some of comics’ most talented creators. We’re sad to see it end.

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I’m still fuming at this. This was the best Superman title DC was publishing, with Greg Pak’s work probably a close second, and it was regular as clockwork. The focus is going to a new digital comic called Infinite Crisis to tie into the MMO nobody plays, and boy is that gonna get confusing since there’s already a comic called Infinite Crisisgoddamnit

At least Orson Scott Card didn’t get his story published.

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comicsalliance:

DC’S DIGITAL-FIRST ‘ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN’ SERIES ENDS WITH ISSUE #51

It didn’t even get to 52.

DC’s digital-first Adventures of Superman series concluded Tuesday with issue #51, with a story by Jerry Ordway and Steve Rude. We here at ComicsAlliance have documented our appreciation of the series, which offered a wide variety of Superman stories from some of comics’ most talented creators. We’re sad to see it end.

READ MORE

I’m still fuming at this. This was the best Superman title DC was publishing, with Greg Pak’s work probably a close second, and it was regular as clockwork. The focus is going to a new digital comic called Infinite Crisis to tie into the MMO nobody plays, and boy is that gonna get confusing since there’s already a comic called Infinite Crisisgoddamnit

At least Orson Scott Card didn’t get his story published.

This, everyone, is Danny Lopez, aka “DannyWiiU”, “DannySNES”, “dannydsi”, and a bunch of other names involving Nintendo consoles. He’s a creep whose Twitter feed consists ENTIRELY of asking women to burp for him and make videos of them burping. Plus trying to get 15-year old actress Joey King to unblock him from Instagram and Vine. Make of THAT what you will.

Recently, he threatened to rape Lindsay Ellis, rape all female producers for Channel Awesome/Chez Apocalypse/TGWTG, and kill her boyfriend (ToddInTheShadows) and their dog Kali. He is currently under investigation by the NYPD for these threats, and Lindsay has blocked him on Twitter.

Danny is not very clever, since he thinks that someone blocking him means he can continue to make these threats. He is mistaken. I’ve screencapped these for the attention of lindsayetumbls, partly because I don’t know how to submit them to her, but also as a signal boost. If you see him make any threats to anyone, screencap them, post them to Lindsay, and move on. These are all being used in a case against him.

Thank you.

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This, everyone, is Danny Lopez, aka “DannyWiiU”, “DannySNES”, “dannydsi”, and a bunch of other names involving Nintendo consoles. He’s a creep whose Twitter feed consists ENTIRELY of asking women to burp for him and make videos of them burping. Plus trying to get 15-year old actress Joey King to unblock him from Instagram and Vine. Make of THAT what you will.

Recently, he threatened to rape Lindsay Ellis, rape all female producers for Channel Awesome/Chez Apocalypse/TGWTG, and kill her boyfriend (ToddInTheShadows) and their dog Kali. He is currently under investigation by the NYPD for these threats, and Lindsay has blocked him on Twitter.

Danny is not very clever, since he thinks that someone blocking him means he can continue to make these threats. He is mistaken. I’ve screencapped these for the attention of lindsayetumbls, partly because I don’t know how to submit them to her, but also as a signal boost. If you see him make any threats to anyone, screencap them, post them to Lindsay, and move on. These are all being used in a case against him.

Thank you.

crouchieatlas:

halloweenjackconnell:

crouchieatlas:

thingsamylikes:

gameraboy:

"A Sticky Situation" (1960) by Carl Barks

Daisy tells it like it is.


I can’t properly express my thoughts on this.
I mean, it’s very clearly a product of the more sexist mindset from then.
But because it’s slanted against men we’re ok with that now?
Bit weird.

Well, it’s not like this is any less true. Most of our societies and systems of power are male-dominated, from politics to media.

Plus, this was written and drawn by a man - not just any man either, one of the finest American cartoonists of the 20th century, dubbed “the Hans Christian Andersen of comic books” by no less an authority than Will Eisner, and a man who experienced a lot of hardship from businesses and corporations since he started work as a teenager. If anyone would know about the harshness of the world, it’d be Carl Barks.

See now I agree with you, TO A POINT.
What I find weird about the cartoon is the first half and second half seem to have different tones.
The second half taken on it’s own? A very good little commentary on the media ad the way our culture is male dominated.
The first half? …just bashing men. Which isn’t cool.
Together, it just comes across as weird to me.
It’s possible there was more context but still…

I don’t think the first half is that bad considering it is a man writing it, but to each their own. It’s also necessary set-up for Daisy ranting at male-dominated media.

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crouchieatlas:

halloweenjackconnell:

crouchieatlas:

thingsamylikes:

gameraboy:

"A Sticky Situation" (1960) by Carl Barks

Daisy tells it like it is.


I can’t properly express my thoughts on this.
I mean, it’s very clearly a product of the more sexist mindset from then.
But because it’s slanted against men we’re ok with that now?
Bit weird.

Well, it’s not like this is any less true. Most of our societies and systems of power are male-dominated, from politics to media.

Plus, this was written and drawn by a man - not just any man either, one of the finest American cartoonists of the 20th century, dubbed “the Hans Christian Andersen of comic books” by no less an authority than Will Eisner, and a man who experienced a lot of hardship from businesses and corporations since he started work as a teenager. If anyone would know about the harshness of the world, it’d be Carl Barks.

See now I agree with you, TO A POINT.
What I find weird about the cartoon is the first half and second half seem to have different tones.
The second half taken on it’s own? A very good little commentary on the media ad the way our culture is male dominated.
The first half? …just bashing men. Which isn’t cool.
Together, it just comes across as weird to me.
It’s possible there was more context but still…

I don’t think the first half is that bad considering it is a man writing it, but to each their own. It’s also necessary set-up for Daisy ranting at male-dominated media.

skeletonflight:

AU The Fault In Our Stars where Hazel Grace succumbs to the cancer and dies and in the last scene all you see is Augustus standing out side with a cigarette between his lips and a hand slowly reaching up to light it.

(via missthingymawhatsit)

crouchieatlas:

thingsamylikes:

gameraboy:

"A Sticky Situation" (1960) by Carl Barks

Daisy tells it like it is.


I can’t properly express my thoughts on this.
I mean, it’s very clearly a product of the more sexist mindset from then.
But because it’s slanted against men we’re ok with that now?
Bit weird.

Well, it’s not like this is any less true. Most of our societies and systems of power are male-dominated, from politics to media.

Plus, this was written and drawn by a man - not just any man either, one of the finest American cartoonists of the 20th century, dubbed “the Hans Christian Andersen of comic books” by no less an authority than Will Eisner, and a man who experienced a lot of hardship from businesses and corporations since he started work as a teenager. If anyone would know about the harshness of the world, it’d be Carl Barks.

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crouchieatlas:

thingsamylikes:

gameraboy:

"A Sticky Situation" (1960) by Carl Barks

Daisy tells it like it is.


I can’t properly express my thoughts on this.
I mean, it’s very clearly a product of the more sexist mindset from then.
But because it’s slanted against men we’re ok with that now?
Bit weird.

Well, it’s not like this is any less true. Most of our societies and systems of power are male-dominated, from politics to media.

Plus, this was written and drawn by a man - not just any man either, one of the finest American cartoonists of the 20th century, dubbed “the Hans Christian Andersen of comic books” by no less an authority than Will Eisner, and a man who experienced a lot of hardship from businesses and corporations since he started work as a teenager. If anyone would know about the harshness of the world, it’d be Carl Barks.

Oh, oh, BMO how’d you get so pregnant?

So that egg was basically Jesus, right?

(Source: argonathian, via crouchieatlas)

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Oh, oh, BMO how’d you get so pregnant?

So that egg was basically Jesus, right?

(Source: argonathian, via crouchieatlas)

theredfallows:

Animatrix - First and Second Renaissance

The Second Renaissance is one of the best Matrix films made. It also fucked me up as a child. You have to see both parts

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theredfallows:

Animatrix - First and Second Renaissance

The Second Renaissance is one of the best Matrix films made. It also fucked me up as a child. You have to see both parts

youlovelucie:

witchyroses:

This is the reason gifsets were invented

friendly reminder that this wasn’t in the script - they were just messing around on set one day and this happened.

Reminder that this is from a film where an older man has sex with an underage girl.

(via gimpnelly)

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youlovelucie:

witchyroses:

This is the reason gifsets were invented

friendly reminder that this wasn’t in the script - they were just messing around on set one day and this happened.

Reminder that this is from a film where an older man has sex with an underage girl.

(via gimpnelly)

tardisity:

Concept art for The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

(via boozophilia)

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tardisity:

Concept art for The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

(via boozophilia)

musical-treasures:

So a boyband walked onto the Britain’s Got Talent stage and everyone thought they were going to sing One Direction or something typical…and then they sung Stars from Les Miserables.

This is the best thing ever. Just listen to those harmonies <3

It’s like a group of Pellegrini’s if Pellegrini was grown in a vat by River Island.

(via ashcrennell)

jordangibson:

I finally made a facebook art guy page! Click it and like me if you do or whatever. 

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jordangibson:

I finally made a facebook art guy page! Click it and like me if you do or whatever.