In the next couple of years, my goal is to get a commission for each of the Runaways drawn by a different artist to complete a sexy Runaways compilation. As you're one of my faves, when I eventually come to you, which Runaway would you prefer to draw?
Definitely Molly or karolina
I want to see this man’s dream come true
|News Article:||Kamala Kahn is Marvel's first female Muslim Hero!
|Dust, Exaclibur, and Monica Chang:||UGGGH!!!
|News Article:||Falcon will be the first black Captain America
|Eli and Isaiah Bradley:||COME ON!
|News Article:||Silk is the first Female Asian Superhero!
|Surge, Armor, Hazmat, Nico Minoru and many more:||WHAT THE HELL?!
#woctoberfest: jamie’s thirty-one randomly-ordered faves
day fifteen: noriko ashida (surge) | japanese
the story; nori was born and raised in japan, but ran away from home when her mutant powers manifested. she lived on the streets until she found the xavier institute. she became a member of dani moonstar’s new mutants squad and was frequently at the epicenter of trouble. after the decimation, nori became the leader of the new x-men. she moved to utopia with the rest of mutantkind and initially stayed with scott after the schism, but eventually went to the jean grey school.
abilities; nori constantly absorbs ambient electricity, from static electricity and electrical appliances. she can discharge this energy as lightning bolts and bursts of speed. because she can’t control her absorption, she must wear gauntlets to regulate her powers at all times.
seen in; new mutants v2. new x-men v2.
Hello: In my story, I have a character very skilled in telepathy and other mental abilities; to combat this I want to make her mute, but I'm not sure if that's offensive or how I would pull that off. So far I have tried the 3rd person and colors appearing to convey her presence when she's in the minds of others but remains unnoticed. Is there a better way?
#you know very well why I am reblogging this here
#fuck avengers undercover
#fuck avengers arena
Giving a character a disability to “make up” for having a superpower is offensive because the reasoning behind it comes off as a punishment. The opposite (giving a character a superpower to make up for, to negate, or to fix a disability) is also offensive.
If you want your character to have a disability and to have a superpower as well that’s fine, but there are some things you should avoid.
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#Not the hawkguy
So, now that we know Ubeatable Squirrerl Girl is a teen superhero… anybody else wants to se her teaming up with Kamala?
Squirrel girl’s still a teen? I know there’s a sliding timeline, but pretty sure she’s been considered an adult for a while now, especially in New Avengers when she became the baby sitter and mentioned dating Wolverine years back.
This is one of the things I’ve been thinking about. Marvel has a tendency of de-aging their teenage superheroes, especially lately - Speedball and Justice were supposed to be something around my actual age (mid-twenties) in Avengers Academy but in New Warriors have been de-aged and Justice is now 18 and Speedball is even younger. Which makes that stuff with Penance kunsetting. Jubilee is forever 17 and I don’t mean it as a vampire thing and yet Kate Bishop, created much later, is older than her. And now Squirrel Girl is, according to Tom Breevort, in her late teens. Which makes that one page from Wolverine & the X-Men where Magik finds her in Logan’s sex fantasies, which I saved on my drive as “Wolverine is a perverted fuck” all much funnier.
This have been confusing me for some time because well, one of the reasons why I started this blog was, that I wanted to show support to new characters, who get treated horribly so Hulk and other Avengers can shine. Part of my reasons was I didn’t wanted to see new threw away for more of the same old. But can I really turn from these de-aged characters? I still spit on myself for the fact this lead to me not supporting X-Men Legacy when it was coming out, because Legion was 80s character, even through he was young enough in the book to date Blindfold. In the end I’ve decided to support those de-aged characters as well. Some of them get second chance at appealing to teen audience, sometimes alongside newer characters, some never really had this chance until now (Squirrel Girl never had her own ongoing and she debuted in 1991). And overall, they’re still C-Listers, still likely to be pushed away or killed to make some stupid “classic” villain look better. So I welcome them with open arms and support them as well.
If running this blog has taught me anything it is that I need to be more flexible.
Never got around to finishing this one, but this is an updated version of the previous one I uploaded. I fixed the eyes. They needed it badly haha. Also, I did a variant with darker lips. Hopefully I’ll finish it one day.