parker, you have parker? is there somebody better? no, but parker is insane.

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favorite movies ❤ Center Stage (2000)

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This is why she is the best. When the other companions said things, he looked at them like “aww, good for you, you finally get it”. But Donna, he looks at her like, “wow, I was going to say that”. 

If you don’t like Donna, I’m sorry to tell you that you are in fact wrong.

…he made her better… 3 ~Wilfred

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The Many Faces of Stephanie Brown by Brian Hurtt

Mah babeh

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fyeahlilbit2point0:

So there was a plan to make Steph a WOC in Smallville! That’s interesting. I’m sure fans would’ve been up in arms.

The change was a surprise to me, seeing that I had already begun drawing our version of Nightwing, and with Steph in mind. Bryan’s suggested that we give her a light purple wig. I thought that was too Hit Girl, so I suggested that, since this is the Smallville universe, we could score some cool acclaim if we made her a “sister”. I think Bryan swallowed his breath a couple of times and then wondered if it was the right thing—but I like scaring people with innovative ideas. I think I really scared him when he saw those Afropuffs zooming outside that funky mask. It’s Smallville, doggonit. Not the DC universe as we know it. The landscape is free for terraforming. I think Steph should have been “less universal”. It would have shaken up the concept and truly separated DC World from Smallville.
Look, who’s going to believe that a white blond girl is taking up a campaign of ultra-urban warfare with some Billionaire in the ‘hood, Gotham or otherwise? Any white guy in a black populated gang who’s that accepted did some off-The-wall crazy thing that made those other brothers accept him to begin with! Like bite a grandpa’s kneecap off and chew it, or jump off a 20 story building to save some money they ripped off from a department store…. Or run butt nekkid through a train with cops there… Some nonsense like that. What would Steph have to do to be accepted in an urban landscape to be taken seriously?
…Shoot, now that I think about it… The way I designed him, with that get-up and that black facepaint….I think I answered my own question!
She was supposed to have the black facepaint also…. I think someone goofed or got skerred. ( That’s “scared”, for the hoodrat-deficient. )
Well, let’s break this down for a minute. I’m not thinking it’s some kind of conspiracy that Stephanie Brown wasn’t dubbed an African-American woman in Smallville and that I was all hurt up over it.
My plan was to add to the mystery of Smallville and create a diversity that would differentiate Smallville DC from DCU—something that was done when Marvel allowed Bryan Hitch to use the likeness of Samuel Jackson to play Nick Fury in their new renovation and re-imagination of S.H.I.E.L.D. I think a lot of people readily accepted that change because the thought of Samuel Jackson playing anything Marvel related—including Nick Fury—is just a great thing and cool as hell.
Who knows if they put a black Stephanie Brown in Smallville if she would have been accepted by the fans? I think they would have been a touch God-smacked at first, but if the actress was really good and the situation and lines were great, they would have immediately accepted her as Smallville’s Stephanie Brown.


I admit, my gob would have been smacked but damn if I couldn’t see Steph as a WOC all over the place. (I would have voted Latina but clearly that’s because I want to be more like Steph in all possible ways.)

fyeahlilbit2point0:

So there was a plan to make Steph a WOC in Smallville! That’s interesting. I’m sure fans would’ve been up in arms.

The change was a surprise to me, seeing that I had already begun drawing our version of Nightwing, and with Steph in mind. Bryan’s suggested that we give her a light purple wig. I thought that was too Hit Girl, so I suggested that, since this is the Smallville universe, we could score some cool acclaim if we made her a “sister”. I think Bryan swallowed his breath a couple of times and then wondered if it was the right thing—but I like scaring people with innovative ideas. I think I really scared him when he saw those Afropuffs zooming outside that funky mask. It’s Smallville, doggonit. Not the DC universe as we know it. The landscape is free for terraforming. I think Steph should have been “less universal”. It would have shaken up the concept and truly separated DC World from Smallville.

Look, who’s going to believe that a white blond girl is taking up a campaign of ultra-urban warfare with some Billionaire in the ‘hood, Gotham or otherwise? Any white guy in a black populated gang who’s that accepted did some off-The-wall crazy thing that made those other brothers accept him to begin with! Like bite a grandpa’s kneecap off and chew it, or jump off a 20 story building to save some money they ripped off from a department store…. Or run butt nekkid through a train with cops there… Some nonsense like that. What would Steph have to do to be accepted in an urban landscape to be taken seriously?

…Shoot, now that I think about it… The way I designed him, with that get-up and that black facepaint….I think I answered my own question!

She was supposed to have the black facepaint also…. I think someone goofed or got skerred. ( That’s “scared”, for the hoodrat-deficient. )

Well, let’s break this down for a minute. I’m not thinking it’s some kind of conspiracy that Stephanie Brown wasn’t dubbed an African-American woman in Smallville and that I was all hurt up over it.

My plan was to add to the mystery of Smallville and create a diversity that would differentiate Smallville DC from DCU—something that was done when Marvel allowed Bryan Hitch to use the likeness of Samuel Jackson to play Nick Fury in their new renovation and re-imagination of S.H.I.E.L.D. I think a lot of people readily accepted that change because the thought of Samuel Jackson playing anything Marvel related—including Nick Fury—is just a great thing and cool as hell.

Who knows if they put a black Stephanie Brown in Smallville if she would have been accepted by the fans? I think they would have been a touch God-smacked at first, but if the actress was really good and the situation and lines were great, they would have immediately accepted her as Smallville’s Stephanie Brown.

I admit, my gob would have been smacked but damn if I couldn’t see Steph as a WOC all over the place. (I would have voted Latina but clearly that’s because I want to be more like Steph in all possible ways.)

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@1 year ago with 127 notes
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Kick Ass Tournament Semi-Finalists: The Case for Stephanie Brown

dcwomenkickingass:

Later this week the semi-finals of the tournament to decide the 2012 Most Kick-Ass DC Woman! will narrow down the current field to the last two finalists. Over the next two days I’m running pieces that make the case for each of the four semi-finalists - Stephanie Brown, Barbara Gordon, Dinah Laurel Lance/Black Canary and Wonder Woman - to get your vote for the title. Here is a piece by a previous guest poster Pamela R. Bodziock on why Stephanie Brown should win the title. Her thoughts follow:

Since her disappearance from DC continuity with the New 52 relaunch, much has been said about Stephanie Brown. Starting existence as Spoiler – a do-gooder out to “spoil” the plans of her D-list supervillain father, the Cluemaster – Stephanie began her comics run mostly as an intended love interest for Tim Drake’s Robin. Her time in the Bat Family saw her taking on the mantels of both Robin and Batgirl (at least in the old continuity), and, while she had to fight and persevere for her acceptance into Batman’s team, she eventually earned the respect and approval of every last member … even Damian Wayne. 

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A vote for Stephanie is a vote for determination, joy and hope.

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[…] 2. Having or showing qualities of high moral character, such as courage, generosity, or honor: a noble spirit.

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fyeahlilbit2point0:

So there was a plan to make Steph a WOC in Smallville! That’s interesting. I’m sure fans would’ve been up in arms.

The change was a surprise to me, seeing that I had already begun drawing our version of Nightwing, and with Steph in mind. Bryan’s suggested that we give her a light purple wig. I thought that was too Hit Girl, so I suggested that, since this is the Smallville universe, we could score some cool acclaim if we made her a “sister”. I think Bryan swallowed his breath a couple of times and then wondered if it was the right thing—but I like scaring people with innovative ideas. I think I really scared him when he saw those Afropuffs zooming outside that funky mask. It’s Smallville, doggonit. Not the DC universe as we know it. The landscape is free for terraforming. I think Steph should have been “less universal”. It would have shaken up the concept and truly separated DC World from Smallville.
Look, who’s going to believe that a white blond girl is taking up a campaign of ultra-urban warfare with some Billionaire in the ‘hood, Gotham or otherwise? Any white guy in a black populated gang who’s that accepted did some off-The-wall crazy thing that made those other brothers accept him to begin with! Like bite a grandpa’s kneecap off and chew it, or jump off a 20 story building to save some money they ripped off from a department store…. Or run butt nekkid through a train with cops there… Some nonsense like that. What would Steph have to do to be accepted in an urban landscape to be taken seriously?
…Shoot, now that I think about it… The way I designed him, with that get-up and that black facepaint….I think I answered my own question!
She was supposed to have the black facepaint also…. I think someone goofed or got skerred. ( That’s “scared”, for the hoodrat-deficient. )
Well, let’s break this down for a minute. I’m not thinking it’s some kind of conspiracy that Stephanie Brown wasn’t dubbed an African-American woman in Smallville and that I was all hurt up over it.
My plan was to add to the mystery of Smallville and create a diversity that would differentiate Smallville DC from DCU—something that was done when Marvel allowed Bryan Hitch to use the likeness of Samuel Jackson to play Nick Fury in their new renovation and re-imagination of S.H.I.E.L.D. I think a lot of people readily accepted that change because the thought of Samuel Jackson playing anything Marvel related—including Nick Fury—is just a great thing and cool as hell.
Who knows if they put a black Stephanie Brown in Smallville if she would have been accepted by the fans? I think they would have been a touch God-smacked at first, but if the actress was really good and the situation and lines were great, they would have immediately accepted her as Smallville’s Stephanie Brown.


I admit, my gob would have been smacked but damn if I couldn’t see Steph as a WOC all over the place. (I would have voted Latina but clearly that’s because I want to be more like Steph in all possible ways.)
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favorite movies ❤ Center Stage (2000)
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Kick Ass Tournament Semi-Finalists: The Case for Stephanie Brown

dcwomenkickingass:

Later this week the semi-finals of the tournament to decide the 2012 Most Kick-Ass DC Woman! will narrow down the current field to the last two finalists. Over the next two days I’m running pieces that make the case for each of the four semi-finalists - Stephanie Brown, Barbara Gordon, Dinah Laurel Lance/Black Canary and Wonder Woman - to get your vote for the title. Here is a piece by a previous guest poster Pamela R. Bodziock on why Stephanie Brown should win the title. Her thoughts follow:

Since her disappearance from DC continuity with the New 52 relaunch, much has been said about Stephanie Brown. Starting existence as Spoiler – a do-gooder out to “spoil” the plans of her D-list supervillain father, the Cluemaster – Stephanie began her comics run mostly as an intended love interest for Tim Drake’s Robin. Her time in the Bat Family saw her taking on the mantels of both Robin and Batgirl (at least in the old continuity), and, while she had to fight and persevere for her acceptance into Batman’s team, she eventually earned the respect and approval of every last member … even Damian Wayne. 

Read More

A vote for Stephanie is a vote for determination, joy and hope.

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