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So with all this corona stuff going on. I’m bored out of my mind. And I just got new software for digital art, and like writing n stuff. SO I would love it if you all would send me ideas for drawings, digital art, photoshop ideas, fic prompts, fic ideas in general, or just ask me questions. I would love to get in touch with y’all and share my work 😌🥺

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Sophie coming out to her mom only for her mom to react with disappointment and say the things she did :((

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😭 can’t believe they killed off the good Beth after Crisis gave her what she wanted, that Beth deserved better

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The biggest problem with Jacob is they made him too much like Quentin from early Arrow, when in the comics he’s meant to be much more like Gambi. He also puts Gotham’s security above his own family. He’s a crow first and a father second. Or crow first, boss second, and father last.

You nailed it. He is definitely more into his job than his own family and honestly, on Batwoman, his job and his family should go hand in hand at this point. They should just have him work with Kate and have them emotionally bond more. It would add so much more to the show, but it doesn’t seem like the writers are very interested in that relationship beyond how it can further any plot. 

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‘Batwoman’ Reveals A Narrow Escape Promo

Batwoman (Ruby Rose) encounters a new challenge when an old villain resurfaces, testing the heroics of Gotham’s most stand-up citizens.

Check out the full article by Chris Beveridge on The Fandom Post!

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This issue includes these new stories: 

o “Medal of Honor,” an 8-page story featuring Batman written by Sal Giunta and Brad Meltzer with art by Jim Lee and Scott Williams 

To save a friend from seemingly insurmountable odds, the Dark Knight Detective must summon every ounce of his skill and bravery! This tale is based on the true story of U.S. Army Specialist Salvatore A. Giunta, who was awarded the Medal of Honor for his service in Afghanistan-the first living soldier to receive that honor during the Global War on Terrorism. 

o “House Call,” a 16-page story featuring the Unknown Soldier written by Christopher Priest with art by Christopher Mooneyham

A cable news reporter with a mysterious U.S. Army tactical unit tries to figure out which one of the team’s members is the immortal covert operative code-named the Unknown Solder-and discovers much more than she bargained for! 

o “Code of Honor,” an 8-page story featuring Batwoman written by Larry Hama with art by Mirko Colak

Katherine Kane has worked hard to establish herself as one of Gotham’s most intelligent and strategically cunning vigilantes. But before she was Batwoman, she was a West Point cadet-and when she gets drafted into a covert mission as brigade XO, she’ll need every bit of training that the Army gave her! 

o New cover by Mikel Janin

Plus, these reprint tales: 

o “Frozen” from Men of War #4 (2012)

o “Knife Fight!” from Men of War #5 (2012)

o “A Last, Full Measure” from Men of War #6 (2012) 

o “Remembering the Leopard” from Men of War #7 (2012)

o “Survival Mode” from Men of War #7 (2012)

In Shops: April 29, 2020

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