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It's Only the End if You Want it to Be

Posts tagged black canary

Sep 17 '14

forceguardian:

lpfan9976:

croatoanhero:

Harley is a gift from God.

This is why Harley is like my all time favorite!

Why did they leave out the best part of this scene?;

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The character development of Harley is probably one of the better things DC has done with their characters.

(Source: breakourbones)

Sep 13 '14

daggerpen:

greatmoustachesploosh:

I didn’t see them post it over there, so my third and final commission from Vylla

Green Arrow, Green Arrow and Black Canary

!!!!!!!!

Aug 20 '14

why-i-love-comics:

Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell

written by Paul Dini
art by Joe Quinones

Aug 11 '14

fanbingblink:

You know what you should do instead of just writing a woman who fights physically?
(x)

Aug 10 '14

Awesome Wonder Woman Things: Things people say about Diana

Jul 13 '14
henchkobun21:

With all the Batgirl fanart going around right now, it seems like a very important time to post some art of Oracle.
The state of women’s costumes in comics is terrible, the new Batgirl costume is nice. 
But there was a price, it was incredibly high, and people need to remember that.  DC wants people to forget that they’ve virtually removed people with disabilities from their little world. They want fans to forget that there were readers with disabilities literally begging the company not to take away their representation, and DC ignored them. So it’s up to us to make sure people remember.
This piece was penciled by Jackson Guice and colored by Tom Smith.

henchkobun21:

With all the Batgirl fanart going around right now, it seems like a very important time to post some art of Oracle.

The state of women’s costumes in comics is terrible, the new Batgirl costume is nice. 

But there was a price, it was incredibly high, and people need to remember that.  DC wants people to forget that they’ve virtually removed people with disabilities from their little world. They want fans to forget that there were readers with disabilities literally begging the company not to take away their representation, and DC ignored them. So it’s up to us to make sure people remember.

This piece was penciled by Jackson Guice and colored by Tom Smith.

Sep 16 '13

helenabertinellihuntress:

Hugs all around, everyone.

Aug 27 '13
joequinones:

Huzzah! It’s official, my Black Canary/Zatanna OGN has been announced and dated. Written by one of my all-time comics heroes, Mr. Paul Dini ( @Paul_Dini ), the book is slated to come out next May. Woo!
comicsalliance:

THE FISHNETS BRIGADE: DINI & QUINONES’ ‘BLACK CANARY/ZATANNA’ GRAPHIC NOVEL CONFIRMED FOR MAY 2014 
By Andy Khouri
Promised for years but continually delayed, Black Canary/Zatanna will finally become a reality when it goes on sale in May of next year. Written by Paul Dini and drawn by Joe Quinones, the 94-page original graphic novel finds the fan-favorite DC Comics heroines in their more traditional looks and teaming up to bring down a new threat who puts both of their fantastic abilities to the test.
SEE PAGES AT COMICS ALLIANCE.

joequinones:

Huzzah! It’s official, my Black Canary/Zatanna OGN has been announced and dated. Written by one of my all-time comics heroes, Mr. Paul Dini ( @Paul_Dini ), the book is slated to come out next May. Woo!

comicsalliance:

THE FISHNETS BRIGADE: DINI & QUINONES’ ‘BLACK CANARY/ZATANNA’ GRAPHIC NOVEL CONFIRMED FOR MAY 2014 

By Andy Khouri

Promised for years but continually delayed, Black Canary/Zatanna will finally become a reality when it goes on sale in May of next year. Written by Paul Dini and drawn by Joe Quinones, the 94-page original graphic novel finds the fan-favorite DC Comics heroines in their more traditional looks and teaming up to bring down a new threat who puts both of their fantastic abilities to the test.

SEE PAGES AT COMICS ALLIANCE.

Aug 9 '13

DC Universe Fancast: Birds of Prey

Starring:

Teal Sherer as Barbara Gordon/Oracle

Caterina Murino as Helena Bertinelli/Huntress

Sarah Michelle Gellar as Dinah Lance/Black Canary

May 30 '13

How to Draw Superheroines in Skimpy Costumes: A Master Class

Apr 10 '13

In case you didn’t guess whose birthday it is, here’s another hint

dcwomenkickingass:

In case you didn’t guess correctly here’s another hint on who has a birthday today (with help from Adam Hughes).

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Happy birthday to Dinah! I’ll try to post some Appreciation in honor of her birthday. :-)

Mar 24 '13

dreamrabbit replied to your post:

I think it’s kind of a given in the comic book universes that, special and rare circumstances aside, unarmed and melee combat is never lethal *unless* it’s intended to be. And, while that’s kind of a fudge, I think it pretty much /has/ to be that way, because if it wasn’t- I mean, jeez. How often have the respective members of the Batfamily been concussed, let alone stabbed/shot? And yet they refuse to respond in kind, nobly remaining on the righteous path of blunt force trauma. True heroes. ;)

I agree. And I think - while it may be a stretch - that we’re supposed to believe that the Batfam & co. are such experts that they can calculate the exact amount of damage each of their blows will cause. I mean, consider this scene with Dinah (from BoP vol. 2 #1):

She’s completely in control of the amount of damage she’s causing - even calculating exactly what the recovery time and long-term consequences will be. If she wanted to, we know that she could be far more lethal, but she’s choosing not to be.

Or consider this scene with Bruce and Steph from Detective Comics #796:

Even though, because of a fluke, the results ended up being different, Bruce is able to look at the move Stephanie used and know what would ordinarily have happened.

I think that’s why it’s so vital that these guys never “lose control” in a fight - they have to be constantly aware of what they’re doing and how much force they’re using. I can’t even imagine how hard that must be. They may not be Superman, but if they chose to, these guys could easily kill someone with their bare hands - and they could do it unconsciously. They wouldn’t even have to be trying to kill, they’d just have to lose hold of that perfect control for one second.

It makes their restraint all the more impressive, I think.

Mar 11 '13

For katherinehawkeyebishop, who’s going through a rather tough time lately. Here are a whole lotta hugs featuring some of your favorite DC characters. :-)

I hope this makes you feel better, sweetheart! Just think of it as one big hug from me to you. <3

Mar 5 '13

helenabertinellihuntress:

drainster:

helenabertinellihuntress:

suzannalikescomics:

helenabertinellihuntress:

Just a few of Helena Bertinelli’s friends and allies that I miss and are currently, not in action. 

All of the friendships and alliances she formed are now gone, thanks to the unnecessary mess of a reboot. 

(In case you’re wondering why Black Canary is here, it’s because the current BC is Dinah Drake, not Dinah Lance. And as for Barbara, she’s currently around as Batgirl, but Oracle doesn’t exist. Well, at least not as a human being.)

…But Helena Bertinelli doesn’t even exist anymore. In the reboot Helena Bertinelli was secretly Helena Wayne the whole time. Which, I refuse to accept. Nope. The currently Black Canary isn’t Dinah Lance? I’m just going to go cry.

No, she does exist. In the first issue of World’s Finest it clearly states that Helena Bertinelli was alive and an actual person. That is until Paul Levitz decided to coldly kill her off.

It’s not known whether or not he was The Huntress in this universe, but she *does* exist.

And besides, I was referring to pre-reboot Helena and her friends and not Helena Bertinelli as she currently stands.

Did Bertinelli die or did Helena Wayne just stop using her ID?

Both. For more, I defer you to here:

http://helenabertinellihuntress.tumblr.com/post/33679559953/from-what-ive-gathered-from-reading-reblogged

But in a nutshell, Helena Bertinelli died a while ago (when has not been established) and Helena Wayne used her I.D while running around Italy and pretending to be an Italian woman.

But as far as I know, Wayne has not used the I.D again, though the use of the I.D was reference in a later issue of World’s Finest.

The way Levitz handled that was just absurdly disrespectful. I’m still hoping some other writer can undo it later (we never saw her dead, after all) and bring Helena B. back.

Also, I miss every one of these amazing ladies.

Great photoset as always, Steph! <3

Feb 27 '13

ink-and-roses:

I think one of the reasons I love The Titans and Birds of Prey so much is because of the phenomenal friendships between the characters. They mean so much to each of them and even myself.

God I love them

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^THIS. I completely agree. The reason the Classic Titans and the BoP are my favorite teams are because there were such incredibly strong, natural friendships between the characters. And the writers took the time to realistically develop those friendships over the years, too. I love that.

I think the original Young Justice team was great for that reason, too. Incredible friendships between the characters:

Friendship!team books are my favorite. <3

(Also, I love you for using a Titans scene with Garth. Those are far too rare!)