Ladies Meme: Day Seventeen: A warrior female character
- Helena Bertinelli/Huntress
“I’m not concerned with appealing to men. And I don’t want women to envy me, I want them to respect me.”
This photo of Betty Grable and Carmen Miranda always makes me smile.
Hey DC lesbian lovers!
I normally don’t hop into this blog to make posts like this, but I have a give away for you. See this Batwoman painting? Do you like it? You can have it. I don’t know what the shipping will be like, but we can figure that out later -
If you want the Batwoman painting you can do any of these things:
- submit an ask with your favorite character and why
- submit your favorite panel/issue and why
- submit fanart or ?
I don’t think anybody will actually do any of these things, but hey, it’s worth a shot. To win, you must follow this tumblr in addition to the above.
Please reblog to other places you think this entry might catch interest. I’ll give everybody until midnight on Friday June 21st.
Also, expect this blog to start becoming more… academic. I’m in the midst of writing a book chapter for a heroines anthology about our favorite sapphic caped crusaders, and this may become a kind of notebook along the way.
I have absolutely no wall space (art obsessed as I am), but someone out there will want this!!
crucifix, Kingdom of Kongo, early 17th c.
Emma Reh, in Oaxaca ca 1930s. From the Smithsonian Institute Archives (record number: SIA2009-2150). Not to be reproduced without permission.
Some trowelblazers don’t just dig; they also write. In the 1920s and 1930s, journalist Emma Reh covered Mexican archaeology…
Commission from the Amazing Las Vegas Comic-Con
#Comics #Marvel #CaptainMarvel #JoelGomez
GOD, this is gorgeous.