December 1st, 2011 around 5:25pm

marvelconfessions:

‘I wonder what it would be like if Jason Todd met Deadpool. *It would be really super epic!*’

marvelconfessions:

‘I wonder what it would be like if Jason Todd met Deadpool. *It would be really super epic!*’
November 23rd, 2011 around 11:47pm
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October 27th, 2011 around 9:35am
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batmanconfessions:

I want a batwoman movie

batmanconfessions:

I want a batwoman movie
October 26th, 2011 around 6:38pm
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Nothing upsets me more then when the general public mocks the Batfamily.  Each one is as good a character as Batman.


Nothing upsets me more then when the general public mocks the Batfamily.  Each one is as good a character as Batman.
around 9:30am
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dccomicconfessions:

“Bruce Wayne’s being afraid of losing people is only part of the problem-when he loves, he loves too much.”

dccomicconfessions:

“Bruce Wayne’s being afraid of losing people is only part of the  problem-when he loves, he loves too much.”
October 25th, 2011 around 5:10pm
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dccomicconfessions:

“Every time I watch “Under The Red Hood”, I hope that this time Batman will save him.” 

dccomicconfessions:

“Every time I watch “Under The Red Hood”, I hope that this time Batman will save him.” 
October 24th, 2011 around 3:23pm
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kaileywashere:

chigaoted:

this pretty much sums up the series

XD

kaileywashere:

chigaoted:

this pretty much sums up the series

XD
around 12:53am
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Excuse me while I get extremely emotional about comics

zatanna-zatara:

You can really never underestimate the power of words. I met Greg Rucka, the writer of Batwoman Elegy last Sunday at NYCC. I was in my Batman pin up outfit, feeling a little out of place holding a stack of Detective Comics in line for a Marvel exclusive group signing! I finally got up to Greg, he spotted my stack of comics and waved me over. It was such a blur, I barely remember what we said! I distinctly remember telling him how nervous I was! I remember stammering out something about how incredible the writing was and thanking him for doing such an amazing job. He doted on J.H. Williams III art and I remember saying that it was all beautiful and how much I loved it all. I told him how inspired I was to make a Batwoman costume and how badly I wanted to meet him while wearing it. I really couldn’t eloquently put into words how much I loved his work but I believe I got my point across well enough. :] After signing all the single issues of Batwoman I had (unfortunately, not all of them), he asked if I wanted my trade paperback of Batwoman Elegy personalized. I told him my name, (he made sure he was spelling “Alex” correctly) and I spotted him writing a little more than a “To Alex” signature. I remember thanking him again profusely and I asked to shake his hand. (I was too nervous to ask someone else in line to take a photo of us together, plus I wasn’t wearing Batwoman!) We did and then I scooped up my comics and ducked out of line. I flipped open my trade and read this:

“To Alex,

Live with Pride
Serve with Honor
Love with Abandon

Best always, Greg Rucka”

And then I immediately started crying. I couldn’t help it! Reading those words written on my copy of Batwoman Elegy meant more than I can say. I might not be a badass, ex-military superhero fighting crime in Gotham City, but Kate Kane is someone real to me. She’s ferociously loyal and full of honor and pride. And while at times she may be fueled by anger, she always loves with abandon. And those things, I adore most. Her strength of character is something I aspire to, and (I would like to say), can relate to.

This book makes me feel strong, unstoppable, amazing. People might say, “Oh they’re just comic books” but they’re so much more than that. They’re incredible stories about real people and they’ve changed my life for the better. Say what you want about us nerds. What Greg wrote to me moved me to tears then and is right now.

Those words are words I will live by and will never forget.

Thanks for making my NYCC incredible, Greg.

October 9th, 2011 around 7:11pm
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thesidekickcomplex:

Stephanie Brown Trio by Volatile-Tifa

thesidekickcomplex:

Stephanie Brown Trio by Volatile-Tifa

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