Being an adult is realizing that $5,000 is a lot of money to owe and very little money to own.
this is real
I’m most excited about Jason Momoa being Aquaman
i mean dude
2013 even looks like a shitty number to me and it was a shitty year
2014 looks so much more appealing to me.
2014 is going to be a good year, i can feel it.
no words can explain how wrong i was.
people seem to be thinking that i’m talking about my personal year so far.
no i’m talking about the goddamn state of the fucking world
process for Batman/Superman #1, by Jae Lee and June Chung
Gorgeous, huh? And don’t forget - BATMAN/SUPERMAN #13, with art by Jae Lee and June Chung, hits stores this coming Wednesday!
WORLDS’ FINEST #28
Written by PAUL LEVITZ
Art by JED DOUGHERTY
Cover by EMANUELA LUPACCHINO
On sale NOVEMBER 12 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
The secret history of Earth 2 continues! In this issue, jump back in time to a point when Superman and Batman were children! When a visitor from Apokolips attempts to confront the boys as part of a galactic prophesy, only one being can stand in their way: Wonder Woman!
NYX Butter Lipsticks $6. Super creamy, pigmented and some in tons of fun and neutral colors.
Rimmel Kate Moss Lipsticks (black packaging)/Rimmel Kate Moss Matte Lipsticks (red packaging) $5. Both are super pigmented and creamy. Even the matte shades are creamy and not drying for matte lipsticks.
Maybelline The Buffs Lipsticks $6. Price varies on drugstore. They have a nude for every single skin tone it’s awesome! Pinky nudes, beige nudes, warm nudes, deeper browns.
Maybelline Vivids Lipsticks $6. Super pigmented, creamy, rich shades.
Maybelline Color Elixirs $7. These liquid lipsticks have more a glossy finish. Almost like a super pigmented lipgloss but with better staying power. They have great shades from corals, bright pinks, pinky nudes and purples.
NYX Matte Lipsticks $6. Matte but not drying, awesome shade selection and creamy.
Also, Wet ‘n’ Wild Megalast Lipcolor, $2. Super pigmented, matte, and frequently dupes for MAC lipsticks.
LUVRAW - ANATATO (From Episode 13 of Space Dandy)
Kate Perkins joins Supergirl over at DC as co-writer in November. As the CBR quote above points out, Perkins is the second female writer to join a DC title in November alongside Meredith Finch — but that’s also following October’s addition of Genevieve Valentine as new Catwoman writer, and Becky Cloonan as co-writer on Gotham Academy.
Currently, the female writer/artist list with regular DC gigs goes Perkins, Finch, Valentine, Cloonan, Emanuela Lupacchino, Margueritte Bennett, Amanda Connor, Ann Nocenti, Babs Tarr, Caitlin Kittredge, Cat Staggs and Yuko Shimizu, right? Oh, and Sandra Hope, too. With Ming Doyle, Meghan Hetrick and Tula Lotay on minis, Gail Simone on a secret project yet to be announced and a handful of fill-in/irregular creators on other books (Joelle Jones on He-Man in November was a nice surprise).
Worth pointing out that neither Perkins nor Valentine were comic book writers previous to their new gigs, too — so it’s expanding the overall talent pool as well as expanding DC’s female creator count. A nice counterpoint to commentary about “the big leagues” and “running a business” from other publishers out there, he writes, pointedly.