batmanisagatewaydrug:

cracked:

The badass costume’s a start. Now how about a badass franchise?
5 Superheroes Who Should’ve Gotten Movies Before Ant-Man

Okay I was expecting a good article here to begin with but then it turned out all five of them are women and EVERYONE GO READ THIS ARTICLE RIGHT NOW 

batmanisagatewaydrug:

cracked:

The badass costume’s a start. Now how about a badass franchise?

5 Superheroes Who Should’ve Gotten Movies Before Ant-Man

Okay I was expecting a good article here to begin with but then it turned out all five of them are women and EVERYONE GO READ THIS ARTICLE RIGHT NOW 

(via kanthara)

-teesa-:

7.23.14

George Takei describes the moment when he and his family were sent to an internment camp.

(via itswalky)

asker

Anonymous asked: JW thing? What are you talking about?

chaotic-melody:

gregxb:

chaotic-melody:

There was special radio play done by Greg Weisman at a convention that was a crossover of his 3 shows, Gargoyles, Young Justice, and Spectacular Spiderman. During it, Artemis, longtime in-show girlfriend of Kid Flash in Young Justice, mentions an important spoiler character only known as JW. The fandom jumped on it, assuming it was Kid Flash’s child, Jai West from the comics. However, Jai is the child of a different woman Linda Park-West. This has some gross connotations, because both Artemis and Linda are Asian, but Artemis is Vietnamese and Linda is Korean (i think) and it suggests that two asian girls are interchangeable, and Kid Flash died in the final episode, which would leave Artemis a single mother at 21. Gross. 

So everyone got pissed or really excited. However, no one seemed to actually watch the damn thing, because it turned out that the radio play takes place the day after the end of season 2, meaning that there is no way Artemis and Kid Flash could have conceived a child and that she could have carried and birthed it in under a week. 

So now you know. I’m tagging this to finally put this massive awful thing to rest for the entire damn fandom, and to remind people to check sources and such before jumping to conclusions. 

Yeah, I was in the thing, and I have the script. No where does it say it takes place the day after season two.

It doesn’t say specifically say “one day later” but it says at the 2:54-2:57 mark, that it takes place on July 5th. The final scene in Season 2 takes place on July 4. We know it happens the same year because Static mentions in the play that he is 15, and  according to Greg, Static had turned 15 before the start of season 2. Artemis/Tigress also called him a newbie.

Unless there is something in the script that is not what we heard during this video or I missed something major, because it was a very long video and it is a possibility, we must use logic and draw the conclusion the it must have taken place the July 5, 2016, aka the day after season 2 ends. Since you have the script, and you do have direct information that I could be mistaken or have missed, by all means, please tell me. And yes, it does not say exactly “This play is set the day after season 2 ends!” but that does not mean we can’t use the information we have and the current extensive timeline and info Mr. Weisman has supplied for us. 

I admit I could be mistaken, but I did double check all of this information so I would not be misleading. 

If J.W. is who we think it is, I would assume this Radio Play takes place a year later.

asker

Anonymous asked: JW thing? What are you talking about?

chaotic-melody:

There was special radio play done by Greg Weisman at a convention that was a crossover of his 3 shows, Gargoyles, Young Justice, and Spectacular Spiderman. During it, Artemis, longtime in-show girlfriend of Kid Flash in Young Justice, mentions an important spoiler character only known as JW. The fandom jumped on it, assuming it was Kid Flash’s child, Jai West from the comics. However, Jai is the child of a different woman Linda Park-West. This has some gross connotations, because both Artemis and Linda are Asian, but Artemis is Vietnamese and Linda is Korean (i think) and it suggests that two asian girls are interchangeable, and Kid Flash died in the final episode, which would leave Artemis a single mother at 21. Gross. 

So everyone got pissed or really excited. However, no one seemed to actually watch the damn thing, because it turned out that the radio play takes place the day after the end of season 2, meaning that there is no way Artemis and Kid Flash could have conceived a child and that she could have carried and birthed it in under a week. 

So now you know. I’m tagging this to finally put this massive awful thing to rest for the entire damn fandom, and to remind people to check sources and such before jumping to conclusions. 

Yeah, I was in the thing, and I have the script. No where does it say it takes place the day after season two.

gr8astard:

We see you lookin’, Red Arrow.

gr8astard:

We see you lookin’, Red Arrow.

ronnyknuckles:

mggardner:

spidergirl87:

Artist: Alex Garner 

http://alexgarner.deviantart.com/

I have never hit reblog so fast. 

this is sick as fuck

(via crzydemona)

inland69:

I’ve come across a few rumors of an upcoming film based off Gargoyles on my feed today. Don’t believe them because it’s not true. The article that is being passed around is an April Fools joke, a completely unbelievable one at that.

I’m sorry, you’re welcome.

jmkitsune:

Disney has put Marvel Studios in charge of bringing the cult animated series Gargoyles to life

No, they haven’t! That article was written on April Fool’s! And if you actually read the thing, it is so blatantly obvious a joke, it may as well include a jester laughing in your face!

superivergentpotterlockgames:

Damon, Stefan and Elena….. I wish you luck

superivergentpotterlockgames:

Damon, Stefan and Elena….. I wish you luck

An observation

"Spectacular Spider-Man" and "Gargoyles" seem to be friendly fandoms. But while most "Gargoyles" fans seem to like "Young Justice," most YJ fans I’ve noticed show very little interest in "Gargoyles," and "Spectacular Spider-Man."

Maybe I’m wrong, this is by no means meant to be a blanket statement, but it’s just a trend that I’ve noticed. And if so, that’s their prerogative but I think they’re missing out.

asker

nineteenninetyonenostalgia asked: Is Demona beyond redemption?

Short term? Probably. Long term? I don’t think so.

condescendingnova:

I think this is the video that tumblr has been waiting for

slavicinferno:

Gargoyles: The Movie is Coming in 2017This show was my jam. I’ve been waiting so long for this. Just keep Michael Bay away from it!

Sigh… notice the date that it was posted. Plus how snarky the article is.

slavicinferno:

Gargoyles: The Movie is Coming in 2017

This show was my jam. I’ve been waiting so long for this. Just keep Michael Bay away from it!

Sigh… notice the date that it was posted. Plus how snarky the article is.