love yourself as much as doctor doom loves himself
SO THE AVENGERS ARE LIKE THE POPULAR JOCKS/CHEERLEADERS
AND THE X-MEN ARE THE GRUNGY LONERS THAT GET HIGH UNDER THE BLEACHERS
I AM SO HAPPY RIGHT NOW
Hill: What does S.H.I.E.L.D. stand for Agent Ward?
Ward: Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division.
Hill: And what does that mean to you?
Ward: That someone really wanted our initials to spell SHIELD.
inspired by this meta (x)
How to spot a fake geek guy:
- says robin is useless
- says aquaman is useless
- worships batman bc batman is invincible
- doesn’t “understand” superman because he’s not relatable or interesting
- makes “hero vs hero” posts
- probably smells like axe
The Amazing Spider-Man #652
The awkward moment when your new girlfriend discusses setting your alter-ego up with your ex-girlfriend.
I’ll stop reblogging this when it becomes irrelevant which will be never.
the new superfamily
"I’m already late, Dad," Miles whines, and neither Dad acknowledges his plea. From where he’s leaning on the counter James can see his new SHIELD-issued mask sticking out of his pocket, and the man scowls in disapproval, stepping forward to snatch it.
Miles flushes with embarrassment and says, “Come on, dad,” and James raises an unamused eyebrow.
"I thought you said you were late for school.”
"I never said school," Miles says sheepishly, and Sam pipes up in agreement from the dining room, "He never said school!"
"Whose side are you on?" James demands of his husband and the Falcon sticks his head around the corner, grinning mischievously.
"The winning one." Sam slides into the room and hands Miles his forgotten lunch. "Now you be safe out there, all right? I don’t want to hear about any dangerous spider-stunts on the news tonight."
“‘Course not, Dad.” Miles then heads to the door. Before he leaves he spins on his heel to face them and add in a soft, affectionate voice, “And I mean, if I do get in trouble, at least I know two super-strong heroes I can call…”
Both soldiers lean against each other, smiling at their son. They would travel to the end of the earth, no, to Asgard to save him, and all three of them know that more acutely than anything.
Miles finishes with a shit-eating grin, “… Janet and Carol.”
William H. Foster III, comic book historian, on representation in comic books. From PBS’s Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle.
Because a post crossed my dash recently asking why we need to push for more representation in comic books and media in general. 50 years later, this man still tears up because in one panel, Peter Parker spoke to an unnamed black kid. That’s why we need representation.