I held out for a few days this time around but, in the end, I was weak. I will have to do better at hiding the image editing software!

Yes, you can has solicits. )

And Batwoman finally gets a sponsorship deal! )
 
I held out for a few days this time around but, in the end, I was weak. I will have to do better at hiding the image editing software!

Yes, you can has solicits. )

And Batwoman finally gets a sponsorship deal! )
 
 
I'd like to dedicate this to those friends of mine who, looking out for their own my well-being, advised me not to post it. (Well, I say 'advised'. It seems more diplomatic than "NOOO KAREN NOOOOEESS!") They almost convinced me... but if Marvel gets to publish Adventures of the Spectacular Spider-sperm, I no longer shall be swayed by what should not exist in a sane world. After all, I live in this one. :D

So here's those Superhero monthlies!

 
With Contex, it Makes Sense. )

 
So in Reign 3, we learn that Mary Jane was killed from exposure to Spider-man's radioactive sperm. Which is absolutely ridiculous. I mean, this is comic books. People don't die from exposure to radioactive sperm in comic books.

They get super powers!
 

stats count
Mary Jane's new power set would actually be pretty impressive:

- The ability to burrow into things that are spherical and much larger than her… like the Earth!

- Amazing swimming powers.

- A great sense of direction.

- The ability to survive days without food. (Handy talent for a model!)

- The ability to go unseen. It might take *weeks* before anyone knows she did something.

- Angsty "Oh no, I'm mutating!" storylines, in which she grows an extremely long tail.

- A theme song! (Well, she's married, so I figure she can share Peter's theme song. Sharing is what marriage is *about*, right?)

 
Sperm-woman, Sperm-woman,
Does what spermatozoa can.
Catches thieves by surprise;
She'll get right in their eyes.
Look Out!
Here comes the Sperm-woman.

Can she swim fast?
Oh, friend of mine,
She's got a radioactive behind.
Can she burrow underground?
Anywhere that's big and round.
Hey, there-
There goes the Sperm-woman.

In the chill of night
At the scene of a crime
Like a streak of white
She comes just in time.

Sperm-woman, Sperm-woman,
Friendly neighborhood Sperm-woman
Wealth and fame
She's ignored
Action is her reward.

To her, life is a great big bang up
Whenever there's a wang up
You'll find the Sperm-woman.


 
I'll leave the BIG question - "But what will she wear?!" - in more capable hands than mine. She's a model, after all, and I'm lucky if I can get my socks to match.

Though her symbol, I'm sure, will be a thing of *beauty*.
For balance.

[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: *waves*
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: *sneakily*
[livejournal.com profile] greenygal: *amused* So do you not want me to see the wave, or are just practicing your supervillain style?
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: Well, the pounding in of heads turned out not to be an effective greeting technique after all.
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: Who knew?
[livejournal.com profile] greenygal: Lex keeps trying to explain it to Grundy...
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: Silly Lex. Just team him up with bizarro!
[livejournal.com profile] greenygal: Well, yes, but then Lex winds up spending rather more than he'd like on repair bills. And the rest of the team complains about how their shiny Fortress of Doom is constantly sporting big gaping holes.
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: Isn't that the case *anyway*?
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: Lex can station them at the Main headquarters. They end up in Antarctica.
[livejournal.com profile] greenygal: *pauses, looks worried* But then don't we run the risk that they'll run into G'nort?
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: Maybe that's the plan?
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: Bizarro invites him over for tea.
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: Grundy punches him in the head.
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: Gnort explains that he's flattered, but his heat belongs to another.

[livejournal.com profile] greenygal: *would spit out tea if she were drinking it*
[livejournal.com profile] greenygal: Tell me you meant "heart." Pretty please. *g*
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: HEART! I MEANT HEART!
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: Argh.
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: YES.
[livejournal.com profile] greenygal: (Which is bad enough, mind, but still. :)
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: He is SAVING HIMSELF FOR GUY.
[livejournal.com profile] odditycollector: They are MEANT2B.

(LJ-ify your IMs before pasting!)
Me: Heya!
Me: I see you've got this newfangled "internet" thing worked out. ; )
My Mom: Yes.
My Mom: And right now, I'm typing with one hand.
Me:
Me:
My Mom: : )
Before anyone says anything, I'd like to mention for the record that this is *not my fault*. If the universe didn't secretly want such things, it would have bequeathed upon me impulse-control.

Seriously. Any time now, universe.

You, uh, probably don't want to click this. Especially if you are at work.

... and especially, too, if you are *not* at work.
I am currently remembering the reasons why I don't write porn. They are: 1. it is hard, and 2. it turns out that I do like to pretend I have shame.

But! I have a cunning plan to deal with number 2 on that list: Who wants me to write *really bad porn* especially for them?

That's right, you do! *Really*!

So leave me a character or two and I'll do my best to remind you why you stopped reading Nifty.

ETA: I am off to bed for now, which seems like the perfect cut-off point for requests. (As always, if you still do make a request there's a chance I'll honour it, but this is entirely left to my moods and whims.)
For [livejournal.com profile] stardance.

5. In Batman: Year One, we see that Bruce developed a whistle that will call a swarm of bats to surround him, confusing and/or utterly freaking the shit out of any pursuing cops. But a giant swarm of flying rodents obscuring his vision and movements proved to be not as useful as he had hoped, and, besides, a couple of the bats got hit by stray bullets and Bruce still hasn't forgiven himself.

4. No one spoke of the Bat-Strobe-Suit again. Even Especially if it was fun at parties.

3. For a few months after becoming Robin, Dick Grayson refused to eat anything that wasn't bat-shaped. This phase has long since passed into the realm of embarrassing anecdotes, but, on the morning after Dick left for college, Alfred dug out the Bat-Waffle-Maker one last time.

2. There is a switch in the Batmobile that will convert it outwardly into a common Ford-made sedan. However, while useful for camouflage purposes, this would require making it look less cool.

1. This one: )
Well, then. I think this calls for another in the the series of icons I did a while ago.

The latest installment. )

 
I have a confession to make: I'm not much for collecting toys.

It's probably just a case of not having met the *right toys*. I do have *one* fandom-related toy, after all -- an Alan Scott plushie which, in an impressive if very disturbing act of forshadowing, has no eyes under his mask -- and he brings me a great deal of glee. (I worry sometimes that he doesn't have anyone to relate to, however. And I think that says WAY TOO MUCH about me, so.)

One thing I've noticed, in my search for the *right toys*, is that they usually come in categories. My Alan, for example, belongs to "Characters that you wouldn't have expected to be so cuddly!" along with Lobo (srsly) and Tim. (Well, y'know. For some definitions of "Tim.")

Another category of toys that has stuck in my mind is "The QA people are just as twelve as we are, or possibly on drugs."

It includes such collector's items as:

Quite-Detailed-Crotch Poison Ivy.

Penis-Transformer Punisher.

Hands-Down-My-Pants Batman.

I'm sure there's more out there.

Sadly, I don't think they'd fit in with my "collection," such as it is. He'd... disapprove. Or maybe give a lecture. Alan seems to have *fun* doing that.
odditycollector: God/Grumpy Bear OTP! Or something. (Blasphemy)
( Jun. 11th, 2006 10:00 pm)
Here is something I never needed to see, and probably *you* never needed to see either: A Poison Ivy plush toy with camel-toe.

I would make fun, but I am too busy being traumatized.

(And felt you should be too. Obviously!)

ETA: Earlier, I was making comments about my Alan Scott plushie being lonely. And the thing about the Ivy figure is that her character design is *way* too similar to his Thorn's (his ex-wife) for comfort. And now I am *really* in a bad place.

And still not at all tempted to get it. Just for, uh, clarification.
The problem with giving an "Other" option in a poll is that, yes, people *do* have other options you haven't thought of. So you have to twist your brain around trying to make it *work*.

For example... ) 

And now I'm convinced Tim/Kara is a creepy and yet somewhat *compelling* possibility, given Current Events.

*disturbed*
In the aftermath of crack memes being wonderful things, [livejournal.com profile] caia_comica wanted Amanda Waller/Vril Dox II in the shower and/or facing zombies.

And, well, since people rising from the dead is almost *traditional* for today... ) 

Also, as today's theme seems to be seasonal inappropriateness, [livejournal.com profile] villainny offered to write drabbles based on icons, and, um, I never promised not to be evil.
So recently there was a Badfic party! And... yeah. All the justification you're going to get for this.

It's SGA, but if you're not familiar, I wouldn't worry. I tried to make it really clear what was going on. *Really clear*. Hopefully I managed!

Ill make up a tittle later ok it has to be GOoD! ) 
[[A/N: Hah! I bet you though I was gong to KILL RONON! But Im not that meen! RR plz I workd hard on this stoy it is more that 1000 words!]]
 
When the latest version of Supergirl debuted, a good deal of fandom recoiled in horror. What could they possibly have been basing their character designs off of? it was asked. She doesn't even look *human.* And who would wear stuff like that, anyway?

And, well. I'm not saying I *dis*agree. )

To think I was worried about finding reasons to use the new icon.website statistics
odditycollector: Supergirl hovering in black silhouette except for the red crest. Cape fluttering. Background is a roiling, raining sky. (Default)
( Mar. 30th, 2004 03:03 am)
 
Who's in the mood for some blasphemy? )

I blame [livejournal.com profile] trollprincess and [livejournal.com profile] budclare.

Because obviously I'm the innocent one here.
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