browsethestacks:

Flippa Dippa by Nate Bellegarde

browsethestacks:

Flippa Dippa by Nate Bellegarde

the-original-antlerbrows:

(The COLORS~) 

the-original-antlerbrows:

(The COLORS~) 

One of my most treasured possessions. Every quality household should be required to have this on the premises.
I got this after not seeing the show in a long time, experienced the joys of reliving it all again, while at the same time the joy of making my little brothers who were 9 and 12 sit with me and watch them all. I was so pleased that the show still holds up 100% to any generation, they had their effing minds blown. There has not been an animated series of this caliber for decades before or since then.
Of course after that we were all hungry for more, so naturally we moved onto watching the whole Superman Animated Series, which had their minds blown by the coolness on a different but perhaps equal level. I feel like in most discussions of BTAS gushing over its unprecedented quality, Superman is greatly overlooked.
I also realized: Batman TAS = 40’s/50’s film noir. Superman TAS = 60’s/70’s monster flicks. Justice League = 80’s/90’s Hollywood blockbusters?

One of my most treasured possessions. Every quality household should be required to have this on the premises.

I got this after not seeing the show in a long time, experienced the joys of reliving it all again, while at the same time the joy of making my little brothers who were 9 and 12 sit with me and watch them all. I was so pleased that the show still holds up 100% to any generation, they had their effing minds blown. There has not been an animated series of this caliber for decades before or since then.

Of course after that we were all hungry for more, so naturally we moved onto watching the whole Superman Animated Series, which had their minds blown by the coolness on a different but perhaps equal level. I feel like in most discussions of BTAS gushing over its unprecedented quality, Superman is greatly overlooked.

I also realized:
Batman TAS = 40’s/50’s film noir.
Superman TAS = 60’s/70’s monster flicks.
Justice League = 80’s/90’s Hollywood blockbusters?

comicbookcovers:

Crisis On Infinite Earths #6, September 1985, cover by George Perez

comicbookcovers:

Crisis On Infinite Earths #6, September 1985, cover by George Perez

aintasuperhero:

lockheedelektra:

nightmareloki:

Yes.

Don’t fuck with Big Barda.

my queen

Big Barda is Wonder Woman as she is meant to be.

aintasuperhero:

lockheedelektra:

nightmareloki:

Yes.

Don’t fuck with Big Barda.

my queen

Big Barda is Wonder Woman as she is meant to be.

Everyone watch the new episode of Baman Piderman.

Or watch the first season if you have not already.
lulubonanza:

Drawn By David Aja

lulubonanza:

Drawn By
David Aja

contextisfortheweak:

grantbridgestreet:

Frank Langford.

“Her—? Nobody bothers with that chick, Mike—! …and I’ll tell you why!”

"She has an emotional breakdown over a rootbear float bubbling over."

contextisfortheweak:

grantbridgestreet:

Frank Langford.

“Her—? Nobody bothers with that chick, Mike—! …and I’ll tell you why!”

"She has an emotional breakdown over a rootbear float bubbling over."

I have been dearly hoping at the onset of every big DC comics event that the Anti-Monitor would make an appearance in his original form like this again. He was so genuinely frightening in the first COIE, then they just stuck with that big rounded dumb Barney suit forever onward.

I have been dearly hoping at the onset of every big DC comics event that the Anti-Monitor would make an appearance in his original form like this again. He was so genuinely frightening in the first COIE, then they just stuck with that big rounded dumb Barney suit forever onward.