alisonwilgus:

A collaboration with Paul Tuttle Starr — aka The Sockdolager — who wrote the script for me to draw.

We are both, absolutely, Category 5’s.

copperbadge:

(Original Source, as far as I can tell.)

lovesimplysly asked you:

Over in cheezburger land, in the superheroes section, there’s a picture of a comic book cover. The title? “Supergirl’s Girlfriend Lois Lane”, which shows Lois on her wedding day to Clark, wishing it was instead her wedding day to Supergirl. Is this real? Can it possibly be as awesome as it seems? Probably not, but any details you might have would be welcome!




I’m not terribly well-versed in DC, but a quick google seems to indicate it’s not a historical cover. The original post seems to be on DevArt, linked above.

This actually makes it more awesome than it seems, and I shall tell you why. 
Back in the day, DC produced a monthly comic called Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane. It was basically comedy about how women are emotionally manipulative children with poor ideas and bad impulse control, and how Superman enjoys toying with them. Many of the images from superdickery.com come from this comic. And if the cover were real, I promise you, what would be inside this book would not be queer-positive or woman-friendly.
So this is not just a fan creation — it’s a subversive, biting fan creation. The art is good, the concept is neat, and the message has an edge to it.  
Especially since, given it’s DC, if they released a book titled Supergirl’s Girlfriend Lois Lane today, it would also likely not be queer-positive or woman-friendly.

copperbadge:

(Original Source, as far as I can tell.)

I’m not terribly well-versed in DC, but a quick google seems to indicate it’s not a historical cover. The original post seems to be on DevArt, linked above.

This actually makes it more awesome than it seems, and I shall tell you why. 

Back in the day, DC produced a monthly comic called Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane. It was basically comedy about how women are emotionally manipulative children with poor ideas and bad impulse control, and how Superman enjoys toying with them. Many of the images from superdickery.com come from this comic. And if the cover were real, I promise you, what would be inside this book would not be queer-positive or woman-friendly.

So this is not just a fan creation — it’s a subversive, biting fan creation. The art is good, the concept is neat, and the message has an edge to it.  

Especially since, given it’s DC, if they released a book titled Supergirl’s Girlfriend Lois Lane today, it would also likely not be queer-positive or woman-friendly.

bearsbeetsbattlestar-galactica:

Every so often, you find something actually postive in the IGN comments section, and this is just the perfect response to the complaints over Kamala Khan, a 16 year-old Muslim girl, taking over as Ms. Marvel.

bearsbeetsbattlestar-galactica:

Every so often, you find something actually postive in the IGN comments section, and this is just the perfect response to the complaints over Kamala Khan, a 16 year-old Muslim girl, taking over as Ms. Marvel.

the-spooky-dick-forest:

the-fandoms-are-cool:

athinikli:

bloglikeanegyptian:

another installment of my comic, featuring Qahera the hijabi superhero! this time its mostly about sexual harassment - and the majority of the themes in this comic are based on real experiences with street harassment.

for enlarged version 

part 1 | part 2

YES FUCKING YES

I NEED COMICS UPON COMICS OF THIS

  •  a comic about a woman with headscarf and full-body-suit
  • being extremly awesome and kickass
  • not over-sexualized but still good-looking
  • FEMALE SUPERHEROES - YOU ARE DOING IT RIGHT
Anonymous asked
I understand trying to make comics female friendly, but aren't you guys worried that you're going to lose your core audience which is male? In the X-books you've had more focus on the likes on these females like jean and kitty while it should be Cyclops who has been the star of the X-Men comics for years. What warrants these characters more page time than him? Jean and kitty are secondary characters. You guys listen too much to women bitching. They cause so much freakin drama in comicdom.

brianmichaelbendis:

Wow.  you are the first person who I am kind of glad asked your question anonymously because I don’t want to know you.  

 as a reader of my work I want you to listen to me very carefully: you have major major issues. almost every line of your question reeks of complete misunderstanding of yourself as a man and of women in general.

 it’s okay to find yourself more interested in something than others, of course it is,  it’s okay to like Cyclops more than Jean Grey, but for you to draw the line at women characters not being interesting to you because you are a man or that you think I am being manipulated by some bitching women is really out there.

 and as a reader of the X-Men whose entire philosophy is about tolerance and understanding… you are missing the point.

(no it isn’t okay to like Cyclops more than Jean Grey; Cyclops is a jerk. Aside from that, Mr. Bendis, you win.)

copperbadge:

brandnewfashion:

"Do you ever think about killing Tony Stark?"

"Now, Carol.  You know I’m not a killer.  I just think about stomping on him a bunch, quietly, when no one’s around."

Avengers: Endless Wartime (preview)

Are we not going to discuss how WOLVERINE is wearing a LEGEND OF ZELDA t-shirt?