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Definitely not a front for a pair of French twin sisters who wage a secret war on crime with nothing but their wits, athletic ability, super-pheromones, and a head-whip.
Definitely not.
That would be ridiculous.

ravenclawairbender asked: WAIT Noriko was in something animated????

Hello! Yes, Surge is a supporting character in Marvel Disk Wars, a children’s anime currently airing in Japan. MDW is like a mixup of Marvel Comics and Pokemon: it’s about a group of kids who use Marvel heroes captured in disks to fight battles against Marvel villains.

Noriko was introduced in episode 16, and the screencaps I posted are from episode 17. She’s a major character in this storyline, so it might be worth checking out. (Currently, the series is only available in English via fansubs.)

How to ask for a date in the Marvel Universe.

vgjunk:

Pocket Fighter, PS1.

vgjunk:

Pocket Fighter, PS1.

This era is the best of all possible eras.

This era is the best of all possible eras.

I have a new hero.

dcu:

Well they got Wonder Woman’s costume right! Click the pic for more.

Holding a sword. The servant of Love, who comes to Man’s World to save us from War, is holding a sword. Fuck that.

dcu:

Well they got Wonder Woman’s costume right! Click the pic for more.

Holding a sword. The servant of Love, who comes to Man’s World to save us from War, is holding a sword. Fuck that.

Screencap from Jessica’s interstitial in Marvel Disk Wars.

Screencap from Jessica’s interstitial in Marvel Disk Wars.

The Wasp’s interstitial animation in Marvel Disk Wars.

Tony remains as flexible on civil liberties as ever.

Admittedly, this was the last place I expected to see a Louis Brandeis reference.

comicbookcovers:

Barbie #59, November 1995, cover by Amanda Conner and Jeff Albrecht

comicbookcovers:

Barbie #59, November 1995, cover by Amanda Conner and Jeff Albrecht

superdames:

"Amazona the Mighty Woman" in Planet Comics #3 (1940) by Wilson Locke

Amazona is an unexpected delight.

superdames:

"Amazona the Mighty Woman" in Planet Comics #3 (1940) by Wilson Locke

Amazona is an unexpected delight.

ENGLISH GRANMER IS THE MOST DIFFICULT OF ALL GRANMERS

ENGLISH GRANMER IS THE MOST DIFFICULT OF ALL GRANMERS