Batgirl by JamieFayX
hatepig said: lois lane i wanna see your lois lane feeeeeels
You fucking asked for it
- Why I like them
If you don’t like Lois Lane we cannot be friends okay she’s a kickass, badass woman who started out as kidnapping bait and I’m pretty sure that now if someone tried she’d fuckin mace Lex Luthor and kick Darkseid in the balls.
- Why I don’t
Often treated irritatingly OOC, fans sometimes forget that she has a purpose other than “Superman’s Girlfriend”, has not yet cut off the balls of someone during a kidnapping attempt.
- Favorite cutscene
impossible to choose also i can’t think of anything in canon and I don’t just wanna choose fanfiction things.
- Favorite line
" It all makes sense now. He’s brought me here to be the mother of a race of super-children. Can’t let that happen. They’ll grow up and lie to everybody."
- Favorite outfit
SNAPPY BUSINESS BLOUSE AND TRIM SLACKS AND SLIGHT HEELS.
Lois Lane/Clark Kent
Lois Lane & Jimmy Olsen
LOIS LANE HAS A DEEP UNSETTLING FEAR THAT WHAT IF CLARK DOESN’T AGE LIKE A HUMAN AND SHE FINDS SOME NEW LINES AROUND HER EYES BUT CLARK STILL LOOKS 27 AND IT MAKES HER ACHE DEEP IN HER HEART, NOT BECAUSE SHE’S AFRAID OF DEATH BUT BECAUSE SHE’S AFRAID OF CLARK HAVING TO LIVE WITHOUT HER.
- Unpopular opinion
Lois Lane and Clark Kent need to be back together.
- A wish
GET LOIS LANE AND CLARK KENT BACK TOGETHER.
- An oh-god-please-dont-ever-happen
Lois gets fridged.
- 5 words to best describe them
Sassy. Smart. Investigative. In love.
- My nickname for them
That is NOT an unpopular opinion
Of Course not!!! Clois forever
I saw an article on WhatCulture that purported Superman to be the lamest thing since a plain rice dinner, and taking exception to that, this is a piece narrowly aimed at setting it’s author on a more correct course. I’m going to go through his piece point-by-point, and try and bring a bit more understanding of Superman to someone who has very little.
Lois Lane by Jaime Hernandez
realitybites25 said: Thank you so much for this blog!!! I have been a fan of DC since I was 2 years old and I adored Man of Steel. Yet I've seen nothing but hate for it from my friends, it makes me feel so happy to know there are people who love DC as much as me :) Hope you're having a nice day!!!
NO! Thank you! Man of Steel is amazing and it’s fans are amazing and you should seriously talk to us all the time because we’re not gonna stop talking about how amazing a movie it is. #fansofsteel
"Clark Gable takes a look at himself in print….While MGM’s "Test Pilot" was on location at airports throughout Southern California, film was developed quickly on the spot." (1938)
dangerspace said: Have you spent significant time with Grant Morrison? I feel like every major comic book writer has at least one unique/odd/eccentric Grant Morrison story. Apologies if this has been asked before!
I have spent time with Grant often, mostly short visits at events and such.
You really won’t get anything bad about him from me, I have never experienced anything bad from him, and in fact, I think the world of him as a writer and a person.
Grant and Mark Millar were two of the earliest pros championing me to work in comics. I was a huge fan of them both at the time I was doing a parody column, and these two guys used to call each other up (they were friends back then) and read the column to each other doing all the voices. They went out of their way, both of them, to be helpful to me and to tell people to read my work, and I was an absolute NOBODY to them.
Grant specifically asked for me to write the All New Atom, I am told.
One of the nicest moments recently was at SDCC just last year, we were behind the curtain waiting to go on for a DC panel, and Grant gets this big smile when he saw me, and gave me a huge happy hug, which I wasn’t expecting, and he said that he had JUST read my ACTION COMICS stuff from years before and that he loved it, and he said I wrote Lois and Clark’s marriage together the best that he had read.
He said, “Why can’t we have that, why can’t they be married like in your stories, that was absolutely lovely!”
So, I almost cried, I mean, I didn’t expect it at all, he’s one of my heroes, he wrote my favorite Superman ever, and I just was almost unable to speak, and then we had to go right onstage for the panel and I was still trying not to cry!
I have nothing bad to say about Grant.
Oh, wait, I have one thing. He said that he felt Atom didn’t quite work because I was trying to be him. I understand why he thought that, but I wasn’t at all.
I was trying to be Steve Gerber. :)
But that’s the closest thing I’ve got to a bad thing to say about Grant Morrison. Comics would be vastly less interesting without him and he’s encouraged endless numbers of creators and done amazing stories. I love him!
EDITED TO ADD: A poster below asked why I insisted I ‘have nothing bad to say about Grant,’ when the OP actually didn’t seem to be fishing for bad stories. That’s a fair point, I guess I read the OP’s statement incorrectly.
Truth is, I don’t have any weird stories about Grant, either. Except he made me laugh until I almost peed at a DC dinner by imitating Sean Connery’s voice. It was spot on!
Original caption: Ma and Pa Gable seldom visit a night club, but are shown here leaving Ciro’s after a night of fun, where even blasé movie stars stared at the couple all evening. August 23, 1941
Anonymous said: Why did u choose to write storylines for Batgirl that were 3 issues or shorter? Its not a complaint per say, but I felt like some characters in your early run needed some fleshing out.
I am a contrarian by nature and I like to do what others are not. When grim and gritty is the thing, I like to tell stories with humor, and when cutesy is in, I will probably tell stories about darkness.
For a long time, all the big books were making every story six issues for trade collecting, but I felt that many of those stories did not deserve to make the readers wait half a year to read.
So I was doing shorter stories, I found them fun and punchy and they had less time to drag on and wear out their welcome.