The "Once Upon A Time In 2fort" series.
This continues to be the single most romantic thing I’ve ever seen.
Ye olde Windows screen savers.
I FEEL OLD
childhood video games
Variety review of Marvel Super-Heroes animated series, October 26, 1966.
He is too strong!
Trying to find the Avengers Age of Ultron trailer:
The Batman that cares about the inmates is my favorite. He doesn’t put up with their shit, but he does try to reach out here and there and he’s as human as he can be to them.
When Harley was re-institutionalized, he got her that dress she wanted.
In the comics based on B:tAS, there was a time during Christmas that there was snow and it was Mr. Freeze’s fault, and he was making it snow because Christmas was his anniversary with Nora and she LOVED it when it snowed on Christmas, so Batman let him finish mourning before calmly taking him back to Arkham.
He never, ever gives up on Harvey possibly recovering.
Sure, Batman is going to throw punches and do what it takes to take these guys down when they’re hurting or threatening people. And he’s not going be a complete bleeding heart; he has to protect the innocent. He’s going to take them down and take them back to Arkham, but it doesn’t mean he’s incapable of being a bit human to the ones who deserve it.
MAIN TITLE DIRECTOR: ERIN SAROFSKY
Perfectly distilling the essence of the Russo brothers’ action-packed potboiler, the sequence plays up familiar superhero iconography and pares down the themes and characters to their most basic elements.
With nods to both the graphic stylings of title designer Saul Bass and the innovative work of Silver Age comic book artist Jim Steranko, the Winter Soldier title sequence is one of Marvel’s boldest efforts to date.
SO THE MARGE SELMA AND PATTY ARE MY FRIENDS I WAS LITERALLY BEHIND THE GUY WHO TOOK THE PHOTO
Half of the entire voice acting industry right here.