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I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT TUMBLR DOES

[Injustice: Gods Among Us Year 1 Vol. 1]
And in one panel, one glance between Dick and Raven, a headcanon is formed in which Teen Titans were killed in Metropolis. Sorry, Roy, but at least you didn’t lose an arm and go mad about a dead cat in an alley.Note that Wonder Woman is the one rallying the troops here. Again, little tiny steps, things look reasonable now. But Diana is a diplomat, a princess and an ambassador for peace. She should be above making mistakes like this. I WILL GET TO THIS.

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And in one panel, one glance between Dick and Raven, a headcanon is formed in which Teen Titans were killed in Metropolis. Sorry, Roy, but at least you didn’t lose an arm and go mad about a dead cat in an alley.

Note that Wonder Woman is the one rallying the troops here. Again, little tiny steps, things look reasonable now. But Diana is a diplomat, a princess and an ambassador for peace. She should be above making mistakes like this. I WILL GET TO THIS.

I’m not posting scans

But FTR, The US President ordering the capture of Martha and Jonathan Kent is the single most stupidest thing anyone does in the whole history of the Injustice Universe.

Here’s an idea

scififreak35:

steppauseturnpausepivotstepstep:

eshusplayground:

gloriousmonsters:

In celebration of Bisexual Awareness Day, reblog this with 3-5 characters you headcanon as bi!

Steve Rogers

Korra

Gimli

Toph

Jenny Mills

Sherlock Holmes (Elementary)

Marceline

Nick Fury

Taystee

Harry Potter

James T. Kirk

John Watson

Dana Scully

Sam Wilson (Steve is already listed :)

Floyd Lawton

Marguerite Blakeney,

Niccolo Machiavelli,

Selina Kyle,

Skye

[Injustice Year One Vol. 1.]

…because it’s more complicated than that.

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So the thing is, the thing I do love, is how obvious and quote-unquote “good” Superman’s actions are at first. A traumatised man in mourning looks at the bloodshed in the world and realizes he has the power to stop them. Why can’t Superman just stop all wars?

[Injustice Year One Vol. 1]

So the thing is, the thing I do love, is how obvious and quote-unquote “good” Superman’s actions are at first. A traumatised man in mourning looks at the bloodshed in the world and realizes he has the power to stop them. Why can’t Superman just stop all wars?

[Injustice Year One Vol. 1]

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Reactions to Metropolis part two: Oliver Fucking Queen.

Okay, so it’s strongly implied Ollie doesn’t know who Clark Kent is, or who Lois Lane is (he doesn’t know Bruce’s ID, for one). What he does know is: 

  1. The Joker and Harley Quinn just blew up Metropolis
  2. Superman killed the Joker while he was in police custody

So what does Ollie do? He tracks down and abducts Harley just to keep her safe. Because Ollie does have a strong personal moral code. He has thought about the moral implications of death. He fights every day using a weapon designed to kill. Rather than just putting up green constructs to restrain people, it takes every bit of his talent and skill not to kill when he shoots sticks at people. Ollie - like Bruce - knows that sometimes killing is easy. Unlike Bruce, he thinks that sometimes killing is necessary, but his first thought, his very first instinct is I have to act faster than Superman to save the life of a mudererer.

Oliver Queen, ladies and gentlemen. The moral compass of the Injusticeverse

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Two reactions to Lois’ death:

Wonder Woman: I am here for you tell me what you need from me. I have more to say on WW but at the beginning these things are important: 1) she is the first person to touch or to talk to Clark after Lois’ death and 2) she seems motivated by compassion and friendship.

Green Lantern tries to stop Superman from going after Joker. 

Again, because in retrospect this is important: Hal tries to stop him. Hal knows, intellectually, that killing villains is wrong, but later he will change his mind on that, he will stand by Superman’s side as the Justice League becomes The Regime. “Heroes don’t kill” is just a line to Hal - he will later reject that idea as flawed. 

He doesn’t try to stop Clark because of something he feels deep inside or some sort of self- determined moral code. He tries to stop Clark because “heroes don’t kill” - an idea he hasn’t questioned. (Yet.)

Also important: The first person to try and stop Superman uses force to do so. Superheroes communicate by fighting, and this is a problem.

Diana: uses words, lets Superman do his thing.
Hal: tries to prevent the thing, uses force.

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So I spent the last week or so gushing to nextdoor-letsgo about all my ugly feelings about Injustice: Gods Among Us, then realised I promised run-rabbit-junk that I would read it and direct all my ugly feelings towards tumblr for her consumption.

So.

I HAVE UGLY FEELINGS ABOUT THESE STUPID PEOPLE AND THEIR STUPID FACES,

Everybody’s talking about shipping Garbage

Who are Gar and Bage and what fandom are they from?