Hawkgirl by Carlos Braga
The President of the United States and the First Lady.
There has only been five female characters comfirmed playable compared to fifteen male characters.
petition to change the title to super smash sisters
Give me Super Smash Sisters and I’ll spend my entire life on that game.
"I don’t mean to offend women, but…"
You don’t mean to offend women? Shut the fuck up.
Watching this cute video can help raise money for other cute dogs. Seems like a good deal to me!
make this viral
Tali’Zorah vas Normandy
Everything about this is disgusting.
Here’s a petition to get this idiotic judge fired!
Affluenza strikes again.
And more to the point, it’s glaringly obvious the rules are incredibly different for the 1% and those in the cheap seats but… seeing how stark those differences are can be incredibly frustrating. Sure, when you’re so well connected that your parents lunch with the D.A and or the Senator is on your speed dial, that’s one thing but when you do something this morally depraved and get special consideration when every other person in the same circumstance would be justly pilloried it says a lot about how “affluenza” and those judges who dole out preferential treatment really think about social class.
Nobody “fares well” in prison, but it only matters when a rich white guy might end up there.
Please take a moment and watch this video.
My mind is absolutely blown.
Julian Glover as General Veers in The Empire Strikes Back….
…and as Grand Maester Pycelle in Game Of Thrones.
SCOTT & STORE TALK IDW’S WINDBLADE: THE FIRST TRANSFORMERS COMIC CREATED BY WOMEN
CA: You’re the first female writer/artist team on a Transformers book. In an ideal world that might go without comment, but I’m curious to know if you’ve encountered much resistance, especially from those who might see Transformers as a “boys” franchise.
Mairghread Scott: IDW and Hasbro have been nothing but supportive of us and, although it’s not possible for the Internet to be happy about pretty much anything, the negative comments we’ve gotten have been far outweighed by the positive responses. Change in a brand — and its creators — is never easy, but it’s absolutely vital and most fans realize that. I hear far more people who see Windblade as a great step toward opening the brand to new readers and new stories than I do fans who want everything to stay just as it was. I see far more fans being excited about the fact that Sarah’s art is completely different from the other (still fabulous) books, than wishing she could just ape someone else’s vision.
Sarah Stone: I’ve been keeping my nose to the grindstone since the announcement to work on the books, so I haven’t really been looking around much. What I have seen has been very supportive and I feel very humbled by that, but my main priority is just to have the books look as awesome as I’m physically capable of making them. Hopefully the art will speak for itself, and that I’m a girl will be just a footnote.
I, for one, find this absolutely awesome.