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qvarantine:

that why

qvarantine:

that why

chenyanqing:

These are their stories.

chenyanqing:

These are their stories.

whippit-princess:

lasso:



Guys seriously would you LOOK at mini Adam Scott from Boy Meets World circa 1994



was this when he was mayor

whippit-princess:

lasso:

Guys seriously would you LOOK at mini Adam Scott from Boy Meets World circa 1994

was this when he was mayor

jekyllian:

jim gordon: be strong
[bruce grows up to be batman]
jim gordon: i meant emotionally

daredeuil:

there’s not enough bruce banner on my dash and i’m fixing that 6/ 

Turns out Agent Romanoff isn’t comfortable with everything (x).

johnyandall:

We’re pretty disappointed in DC Comics today. Apparently women aren’t meant to aspire to be Batgirl or Catwoman or even the highly intelligent-but-evil Poison Ivy. No, females are only destined to become Batman’s wife, at least according to this t-shirt that is licensed by DC Comics and sold at Walmart stores across the country.

Blogger PJ Says first spotted the tee in the juniors section. She also correctly noted that Batman doesn’t have a wife, and he “isn’t the marrying kind.” Secondly, young girls should be training to be something besides a superhero’s housewife. “I’d rather her train to be the Joker, Penguin, or Catwoman … at least she’d be doing her own thing,” PJ rightfully professed. You go, girl. As for you, DC Comics, we hope you reevaluate how you feel about your female fans. On the eve of female Thor's debut, DC better start catching up to Marvel in terms of gender equality.

Source: Getty / Imeh Akpanudosen

johnyandall:

We’re pretty disappointed in DC Comics today. Apparently women aren’t meant to aspire to be Batgirl or Catwoman or even the highly intelligent-but-evil Poison Ivy. No, females are only destined to become Batman’s wife, at least according to this t-shirt that is licensed by DC Comics and sold at Walmart stores across the country.

Blogger PJ Says first spotted the tee in the juniors section. She also correctly noted that Batman doesn’t have a wife, and he “isn’t the marrying kind.” Secondly, young girls should be training to be something besides a superhero’s housewife. “I’d rather her train to be the Joker, Penguin, or Catwoman … at least she’d be doing her own thing,” PJ rightfully professed. You go, girl. As for you, DC Comics, we hope you reevaluate how you feel about your female fans. On the eve of female Thor's debut, DC better start catching up to Marvel in terms of gender equality.