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Concept art and final design for “Atomic Two-Face,” an alternate world version from the upcoming multiverse game Infinite CrisisDesigned by Jim Fletcher, director of creative services for DC Comics, who was interviewed by DCComics.com about the process of creating a post-apocalyptic Harvey Dent. 

Currently, he’s not set to appear in the game itself, just the comic tie-in by Dan Abnett, who describes the character as “a true monster… instead of one man split into his two polar halves, he’s two very opposite beings fused together by the Atomic horror, at war with ‘itself,’ and driven by the clash of identities locked into one form. Scary!” 

I’m personally not a fan of any of these, but I think the Harvey/Gilda one had the most potential to actually be interesting. As it is, I agree with my Henchgirl that he looks like a He-Man villain. Also, does anyone else get a “The Real Ghostbusters monster action figure from Kenner” vibe from that first one? 

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cherryfunkaroo:

OH
MY
FUCKING
GOD

cherryfunkaroo:

OH

MY

FUCKING

GOD

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moon-crater:

chellemrys:

rrsaladbar20:

I don’t play WoW, but I find this to be true for most online gaming. I know I refuse to use a mic and talk while playing most online games. I’m not saying it is that way for everything, but for some.

I play WoW, and I made sure I was in a family friendly guild, to avoid all that junk. Nonetheless, the first time I used vent in a raid for the guild, I was extremely nervous because if I made a mistake, I felt my gender would get pointed out and I would get harassed over it. However, I found that my guild is run by ladies.I have had luck in WoW- but I refuse to use a mic on steam. I have been harassed while my ex played Call of Duty, for saying something while he was playing. ;n;

I’ve been playing WoW off and on since 2008 because I greatly enjoy the mythos, environment, gameplay and social aspects of playing with my friends. I play awhile, level a character a bit and then when I lose interest, I scrap my subscription and go do other things for a couple of months until I have the itch to play again. Without fail, every time I come back to the game, I’m shocked and disgusted all over again by how much harassment I have to endure just to play this game I like.
The general atmosphere in online games is so ridiculously unfriendly to anyone who’s not a straight, white cismale. So of course, gamers who don’t fit into those categories become invisible to protect themselves, which leads to this phenomenon of acting like they don’t exist, which just perpetuates the cycle of that particular group controlling the environment because they think they’re the majority and cannot be challenged. It’s actually a pretty perfect system for those guys: be so repugnant to anyone different that they either hide so they can keep up their hobby or give up in disgust. Either way, they’re silenced.
It’s just so gross.

moon-crater:

chellemrys:

rrsaladbar20:

I don’t play WoW, but I find this to be true for most online gaming. I know I refuse to use a mic and talk while playing most online games. I’m not saying it is that way for everything, but for some.

I play WoW, and I made sure I was in a family friendly guild, to avoid all that junk. Nonetheless, the first time I used vent in a raid for the guild, I was extremely nervous because if I made a mistake, I felt my gender would get pointed out and I would get harassed over it. However, I found that my guild is run by ladies.

I have had luck in WoW- but I refuse to use a mic on steam. I have been harassed while my ex played Call of Duty, for saying something while he was playing. ;n;

I’ve been playing WoW off and on since 2008 because I greatly enjoy the mythos, environment, gameplay and social aspects of playing with my friends. I play awhile, level a character a bit and then when I lose interest, I scrap my subscription and go do other things for a couple of months until I have the itch to play again. Without fail, every time I come back to the game, I’m shocked and disgusted all over again by how much harassment I have to endure just to play this game I like.

The general atmosphere in online games is so ridiculously unfriendly to anyone who’s not a straight, white cismale. So of course, gamers who don’t fit into those categories become invisible to protect themselves, which leads to this phenomenon of acting like they don’t exist, which just perpetuates the cycle of that particular group controlling the environment because they think they’re the majority and cannot be challenged. It’s actually a pretty perfect system for those guys: be so repugnant to anyone different that they either hide so they can keep up their hobby or give up in disgust. Either way, they’re silenced.

It’s just so gross.

(Source: facebook.com)

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theremina:

I’m just gonna go ahead and start responding to any and all pleas for advice with that line. I’m gonna make that a thing.

theremina:

I’m just gonna go ahead and start responding to any and all pleas for advice with that line. I’m gonna make that a thing.

(via fuckyeahmelancholy)

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Is it slash? Be honest.
No. I’m not quite up for that particular challenge yet.
Then again… considering their conversation in Arkham Origins about Roman offering Alberto someplace “private” to talk… OH GOD DAMN IT.
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I can’t believe that I’m seriously working on fic about Black Mask and Alberto Falcone. But there we are.

This is what happens when I agree to take part in Henchgirl’s free-for-all fic-a-thon: I end up enjoying the challenge to write about characters I don’t like in canon.

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why-i-love-comics:

Joker: Devil’s Advocate

written by Chuck Dixon
art by Graham Nolan & Scott Hanna

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askgoodolmothy asked: Nine episodes of "Beware the Batman" left to go, and it looks like the remaining plots will feature even more Asshole-Harvey. Going from the descriptions, it even appears his personal vendetta against the Batman is the catalyst for his accident.

mageejabber:

about-faces:

What do you mean “nine episodes left to go?” But I watched all seventeen episodes as they were listed on Wikipedia! Here, I’ll go check it again and wait what. They have all those episodes yet to come?! So we’re actually going to get the full Two-Face origin of the worst take on Harvey Dent that I’ve ever seen? AAAARRRRGHHHHH.

Well, at least I can take comfort in the knowledge that the episodes are, for the time being, getting buried in Amazon.co.uk’s instant service rather than broadcasting for free in most places. Still, based on those episode descriptions, it’s cold comfort indeed.

Welp, who wants to join me in trashing this as it comes out? 

*raises hand* Brit here, maybe I’ll take a look at the eps on Amazon.

Oh, fantastic! Let me know if you have any luck. I checked there before, but it looked like none of the episodes were available. If you’re able to get any, please let me know!

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*Raises hand* It’ll make for a comforting break in-between preparing for the TLH mass review.
Oh right, I need to get back to that, don’t I?
Awesome. Looks like we here in the US will get our chance starting May 3rd, when Beware the Batman returns to Cartoon Network via Toonami alongside Attack on Titan, which I’m curious to see thanks to all the hype it gets.
So good news, we get to see it. Bad news, this trainwreck is going to make it to air rather than be buried online as I’d hoped. I’m anxious to see these episodes, and have been regularly checking on the usual streaming anime sites to see if they’ve added the newer episodes, just on the off chance that they’ve leaked somewhere like the New Zealand episodes.
I need to see just how badly they’re going to screw up this version of Two-Face. I’m positively itchy with anticipation.