Dark Major because Black Captain was taken
the-amonymous-legion:

Chi blockers withdrawing money.

the-amonymous-legion:

Chi blockers withdrawing money.

mongoliantiger:

The Legend of Korra: book 1 finale was a blast.

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fire-ferrets-in-scarves:

Bad Joke Amon is the best

Some (low quality) awesome X-23 caps.

He’s done.

He’s done.

horrorgrafia:

☺

This is one of the bossest things ever.

horrorgrafia:

This is one of the bossest things ever.

sesamestreet:

Disco Snuffy has entered the building.

sesamestreet:

Disco Snuffy has entered the building.

lonelydriverz:

kekeballin:

spookiechanz:

sluttytroye:

communismkills:

trueemergence:

omg damn

IS THIS REAL.

nokia ad is killing me

the nokia one LMFAOO

They firin

BOW BOW BOW

This is the corporate wars the sf movies warned us about

OMG D8!!!!

look when the darkness overtakes him again it looks like he’s SMILING for a second

"It was a THRILL WasN’T IT" Robin ?!

OMG D8!!!!

look when the darkness overtakes him again it looks like he’s SMILING for a second

"It was a THRILL WasN’T IT" Robin ?!

My favorite thing about Season One’s art:

We don’t see Slade beyond a vague figure until the very end of “Masks”—episode 9. And at the end of that episode we learn that the Slade figure that stepped out into the light was a robot double all along. The only time we saw him out of his lair and out of shadow before then was in the fourth episode “Forces of Nature” when he put on the disguise of a sorcerer over his normal mask, and even then we saw only about 40% of his true mask when Robin cracked the top layer.We don’t actually see the real Slade in person until the last two episodes—11 and 12, but even then he spent the entirety of those episodes in his lair. When he wanted something done Robin went out for him.

We don’t see Slade—not a robot double and not in a second mask— outside of his secret lair until the third episode of Season 2, “Terra” and then once more in “Betrayal,” the ninth episode.

I like the slow unveiling of the character over time as we learn more about him and what he wants. At first he’s just a simple cipher who seems like just a slightly more threatening bad guy, but then he gets a little more dimension to him visually and in terms of character as the show progresses and he’s unveiled to the Titans and the audience. By Season Four and Five, he’s outside constantly and interacting with multiple main characters for various reasons (though this exchanged his mystique as a “larger than life” big-brother bad guy to a more “understandable character sometimes on the the heroes’ level” bad guy/frenemy).

I also like how the main antagonist who dictated so much of the plots for the first two seasons and drove so much conflict spent most of his time at home literally sitting around or watching everything on TV and he still managed to be a total bosser when he did occasionally get of his duff and do something his network couldn’t do.

literallyunbelievable:

Actually, more evidence is coming out

Explains Harry torturing that one dude

literallyunbelievable:

Actually, more evidence is coming out

Explains Harry torturing that one dude