clintparton:

Deadpool #14


gameraboy:

Wonder Woman


Hawkeye and Deadpool in Secret Avengers #7 (2014-)

Ft. Random A.I.M Agents aka Members of the Clint Barton Appreciate Club!


why-i-love-comics:

Supergirl #34 - “The Girl Who Feel to Earth”

written by Tony Bedard
art by Karl Moline & Jose Marzan Jr.



holybatblogbatman:

A lot has been written about Barbara Gordon and what she did for the representation of people with disabilities in comics. So I won’t bore you with all my views on the matter.
Suffice to say Barbara Gordon became, in almost 30 years of comic history, a shining example of how there are many ways to fight for what is right, not just in a uniform. And how courage is not jumping in front of a bullet - it’s picking yourself up after the bullet hits its mark.
She is also probably the strongest, most consistent and valued female character to ever appear in comics. But that’s just my opinion.

holybatblogbatman:

A lot has been written about Barbara Gordon and what she did for the representation of people with disabilities in comics. So I won’t bore you with all my views on the matter.

Suffice to say Barbara Gordon became, in almost 30 years of comic history, a shining example of how there are many ways to fight for what is right, not just in a uniform. And how courage is not jumping in front of a bullet - it’s picking yourself up after the bullet hits its mark.

She is also probably the strongest, most consistent and valued female character to ever appear in comics. But that’s just my opinion.





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