Thursday, April 24, 2014
Thursday, April 24, 2014
youngjusticer:

Fighting a pitched battle ‘gainst the strength of Parallax, John Stewart is able to regain his will. But will the change come in time to defeat Parallax’s minions?
Lantern, by Cat Staggs.
Thursday, April 24, 2014
youngjusticer:

If you keep track of casting for comic movies, you’ll know that among the large cast of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 are B.J. Novak and Felicity Jones playing Alistair Smythe and Felicia Hardy, respectively. Most fans will recognize these two more by their criminal names: Spider-Slayer and Black Cat. However, unlike Electro, Rhino, and Green Goblin, they will not be fighting Spidey… Not yet.
BLACK CAT, by Ceasar Muyuela.
Thursday, April 24, 2014
youngjusticer:

lmao Hulk’s face.
Avengers x Totoro, by Gladzy Kei.
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Thursday, April 24, 2014
youngjusticer:

Award-winning animator Darwyn Cooke returned to the Dark Knight, specifically Batman Beyond, the property he worked on in the late 90s, for a new WB short celebrating Batman’s 75th anniversary. Cooke’s short features Terry McGinnis taking on a robotic Batman that resembles the character from The New Batman Adventures. At the end of the fight, Bruce Wayne reveals that there are seven more evil robots lookin’ for a fight, each modeled after a different incarnation: there are Batmen from Beware the Batman, The Batman, and The Brave and the Bold, as well as versions based on Michael Keaton’s and Adam West’s portrayals, one inspired by Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns and, finally, one that resembles the original version created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. Watch the video here if you haven’t done so already, courtesy of DC.
BATMAN BEYOND, by John Gallagher.
Thursday, April 24, 2014
youngjusticer:

Charise Carnes was born to a prestigious family thanks to her father’s real estate dealings. He bought a landfill on the bayfront of Gotham City and enacted the state’s biggest land reclamation on top of it. He was no saint, though, building his riches with muscle, bribes, and countless judges in his pocket. The girl was aware of the corrupt practices, but idolized him anyway. She never thought another man could come close to the admiration she felt for her dad ‘til she met a kind boy who was the first person she met who didn’t care ‘bout her wealth. He certainly didn’t, as he came to her house with knives and made her bind her family members with duct tape, after which he took three hours to cut ‘em to pieces while the girl was forced to watch. No evidence was found that someone committed the slaughter, so Carnes was sent to Arkham Asylum due to prison overcrowding. She realized there were crimes that prison simply wasn’t severe enough for. She hid the truth of the massacre in order to learn “the craft of madness.” Reshaped as she saw fit, Carnes used her father’s underhanded methods to get herself released, then set to work on saving Gotham from the crime that permeated it as Knightfall. As Carnes, she uses her family’s money to change the city for the better with community service programs and urban redevelopment, and as Knightfall, wielding the knives that had been used on her family, she uses whatever means necessary to apprehend, torment, and kill all criminals, fixing what civilization can’t.
Batgirl, by Alex Garner.
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