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The Stephanie of this Batclan. I tell bad jokes and get excited about strange things. You'll figure it out. We all do eventually. Image by alackoforder.tumblr

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coffeefrank:

not only have i not really drawn in like a month, i definitely have not digitally drawn…. it took me like 6 hours to kick my ass into gear to work, and this still isn’t work but. oh well. lmao let’s call this a warmup.

eta: if you’re wondering if that’s a galaxy print bat snapback on tim’s head, you wouldn’t believe what i found at hot topic

m-sciuto:

Batgirl of Burnside

tattletale616:

Nightwing #100 & Spoiler #55

I’m still acepting # and characters! It wouldn’t be fast since I’m a bit busy, but I’ll do pretty much everything as log as palette you choose wasn’t already used and I know requested character and he\she\it also wasn’t used. I’m really going to complete whole challenge, so… go on xD

allthatscosplay:

Cosplayer ItsLisaLouWho looking too cute as Harley Quinn!

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destroythecyborg:

Lazarus #5-9

As many people as there are who are into the science fiction comics these days, I’m always surprised that I don’t hear more from people about Lazarus. While I get as excited as the next person when it comes to series like Saga and East of West, Greg Rucka’s take on science fiction always has a special place in my mind.  And in many cases, it’s the series that I get most excited for. I think the biggest draw is how close the series seems to be to reality. While the biological and technological advances still seem somewhat fantastical, they’re based in enough fact to make you believe these things are possible. From biological research in stem cells, to GMO’s, to weapons and medical technologies, readers of Lazarus that follow up with basic informational searches can see that much of the series is based on extrapolations of current discoveries. And while that kind of stuff may seem clinical and boring to some, it’s this kind of science fiction that makes me not only appreciate a series’ story and artwork, but also the time, thought, and research that went into creating it.

Read this review at DestroyTheCyborg!

destroythecyborg:

The Weekly Pull List - July 16th, 2014

We may be a day late, but we aren’t even one buck short! How about that? HOW ABOUT IT?! What’s on YOUR Pull List?

Read this article at DestroyTheCyborg!

beckycloonan:

Batgirl (of Burnside)

Becky Cloonan Draws the “new” Batgirl Not Wearing her New Costume

dcwomenkickingass:

In case you missed it, DC Comics announced a new look and new team for Batgirl this week. One of the cowriters of the book Brenden Fletcher is also co-writing Gotham Academy with Becky Cloonan.

Cloonan, the first woman to draw an issue of Batman, just tweeted out her take on Batgirl. I’ve notice that many of the concerns about the refreshed look of the character is that she looks so young. I confirmed with Brenden that the character is still 21, the age she was reset too during the new 52 launch. I think in Cloonan’s piece below she looks that age. 

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I actually don’t think the Babs Tarr and Cameron Stewart pieces look that far off from 21 either. 

Very few comic artists are able to draw young women that look, well, appropriately young. Take a look at the eyesore cover where Wonder Girl  is supposed to be in her teens (actually let me save your eyes - don’t look). 

The style of art matters as well. I’ve been spending time rereading Cass Cain’s run as Batgirl and there were some points where both Cass and Barbara looked the same age due to the artwork.

There is an incredible amount of artwork that has shown up on my dash over the last few days featuring Batgirl’s new look. Most of it is being curated at the Batgirl of Burnside Tumblr set up by Cameron Stewart.

If you haven’t, go take a look. 

How do you feel about the response to the new Batgirl design? Just looking on Tumblr, I'm... Really impressed and amazed at how quickly everyone seems to have taken to it - You should be really pleased.
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cameron-stewart:

I am overwhelmed and ecstatic and grateful and vindicated. I couldn’t be happier with the tidal wave of support and sincere joy that’s come our way, the (literally) hundreds of pieces of fan art that are being breathlessly drawn faster than I can look at them, the cosplayers already choosing fabrics and causing yellow Dr Martens boots to sell out online. The huge response is a clear sign that despite our detractors we’ve really tapped into something that was waiting to explode. But all of this is for naught if everyone doesn’t actually *buy the book* - so I would really strongly urge everyone who loves the new Batgirl to PREORDER at your local comic shop. Tell them you want it, show your retailer the same excitement for Batgirl that you’ve shown us.

Thanks for all the love, it is returned to you in full.

-C

snapiphany:

Green Arrow and Black Canary #1

scarlettshazam:

Robin #16, April 1995

fashiontipsfromcomicstrips:

Oh hey, those Batgirl Dr. Martens are on sale for $48 and have free standard shipping in the US! Use coupon code TAKE20SALE and start stomping around Gotham in style~

coffeefrank:

take me to jaysteph hell i have been screaming So Much about these loser babies

destroythecyborg:

The Weekly Pull List - July 9th, 2014

Hey hey! Who’s ready for your weekly dosage of comic book pull lists? I know I sure am! Let’s get right to it… What’s on YOUR Pull List?

Read this review at DestroyTheCyborg!

defractum:

Nightwing and Teen Titan ads via bleedingcool.

I want to find whoever wrote those puns and simultaneously punch them in the face and also maybe give them ten puppies.

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