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(Comic Book Resources)   When a Batgirl and Nightwing fan get married, geeking out their wedding photos became mandatory   (robot6.comicbookresources.com) divider line 45
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2013-05-13 09:56:59 PM
If I get married again, my bride will carry a lightsaber.
 
2013-05-13 10:39:44 PM
If I get married, I'll carry my wife on my heavysaber.
 
2013-05-13 10:47:51 PM
If I get married again, my bride will drive a LeSabre
 
2013-05-13 10:48:37 PM
Huh. A couple whose heroes both play second fiddle. Interesting...
 
2013-05-13 10:49:25 PM
Shouldn't she be a cripple in a wheelchair?
 
2013-05-13 10:50:22 PM
They are going to have the flattest faced children of all time.
 
2013-05-13 10:53:32 PM

RexTalionis: Shouldn't she be a cripple in a wheelchair?


Not if she's from the rebooted DC.
 
2013-05-13 10:59:00 PM
*clicks*

Wow what a surprise. They are not fat!
 
2013-05-13 10:59:20 PM
Great picture if it weren't for the one dumbass looking at the camera.
 
2013-05-13 11:10:07 PM
Quick, someone shoot her in the spine and do something forgettable to him that no one will ever notice because no one is watching or cares.
 
2013-05-13 11:20:54 PM
The divorce battle will be epic.
 
2013-05-13 11:30:09 PM
I hate fanboys.
 
2013-05-13 11:37:23 PM

FirstNationalBastard: I hate fanboys.


Yeah... I'm a comic fan, sure, but I would never let my wedding be mixed with any kind of pop culture. You don't do this sort of thing to please each other; You do it to impress your friends and the nerd blogs.

People who have a Star Wars, Doctor Who, Star Trek, He-Man, Batman, et. al. wedding just seem to me to be immature and not ready for marriage. I wonder if they'll have a Terra & Beast Boy themed divorce?

/As long as it's not a Green Lantern / Alex DeWitt divorce.
 
2013-05-13 11:47:56 PM
batgirl is an abomination
 
2013-05-13 11:50:37 PM

FirstNationalBastard: I hate fanboys.


I like this thing! I better make sure every social aspect of my life revolves around it!

I have a friend who wanted to get married in Darth Vader cosplay but thankfully all of his friends were like, "Yeah. Big nope on that. That sounds really wack."
 
2013-05-13 11:52:28 PM

Foxxinnia: FirstNationalBastard: I hate fanboys.

I like this thing! I better make sure every social aspect of my life revolves around it!

I have a friend who wanted to get married in Darth Vader cosplay but thankfully all of his friends were like, "Yeah. Big nope on that. That sounds really wack."


Your friend owes all of his friends a big thank you.
 
2013-05-14 12:08:48 AM
How sad, they have to define their entire wedding by some fanaticism to a comic book. Well, could've been worse, they could've been wearing camo in an outdoor wedding.

But at least they're both attractive people.
 
2013-05-14 12:16:16 AM
There are Nightwing fans?  Weird...
 
2013-05-14 12:23:49 AM
I'm getting a gay marriage with me as Richie Rich and my boy toy as Dennis the Menace....
 
2013-05-14 12:32:31 AM

BigLuca: There are Nightwing fans?  Weird...


There sure are Nightwing fans
 
2013-05-14 12:32:58 AM
See, this is how you should do it people.  When a couple actually dresses up in full-on Comicon getups, they just look like infantile retards.  This way it's still a wedding, but it has a nifty memorable theme that doesn't spoil the gravity of the occasion.
 
2013-05-14 12:37:29 AM

Toriko: BigLuca: There are Nightwing fans?  Weird...

There sure are Nightwing fans


Ah, I understand completely now.
 
2013-05-14 12:42:02 AM

BigLuca: Toriko: BigLuca: There are Nightwing fans?  Weird...

There sure are Nightwing fans

Ah, I understand completely now.


Yeah, it's too bad that groom has teh ghey.  Guess that means the Batgirl Bridge will be back on the market.  Oh darn.  Fiddlesticks, even.
 
2013-05-14 12:46:02 AM
If I get married again .....

Please kill me
 
2013-05-14 12:46:57 AM

BigLuca: Toriko: BigLuca: There are Nightwing fans?  Weird...

There sure are Nightwing fans

Ah, I understand completely now.


The tags are farking hilarious.
 
2013-05-14 01:04:03 AM

ZeroCorpse: FirstNationalBastard: I hate fanboys.

Yeah... I'm a comic fan, sure, but I would never let my wedding be mixed with any kind of pop culture. You don't do this sort of thing to please each other; You do it to impress your friends and the nerd blogs.

People who have a Star Wars, Doctor Who, Star Trek, He-Man, Batman, et. al. wedding just seem to me to be immature and not ready for marriage. I wonder if they'll have a Terra & Beast Boy themed divorce?

/As long as it's not a Green Lantern / Alex DeWitt divorce.


Its still ok to have elvis perform the cermony though right?
 
2013-05-14 01:15:18 AM
I was all ready to hate on this until I saw the pics. It looks like a normal wedding for the most part, except for some fun posing for photos. Take the eye masks off and it just looks like a nice young couple's wedding.

But yeah, real "theme weddings" like when people dress up in full Klingon regalia, that's just awful.
 
2013-05-14 02:15:05 AM

HotWingAgenda: See, this is how you should do it people.  When a couple actually dresses up in full-on Comicon getups, they just look like infantile retards.  This way it's still a wedding, but it has a nifty memorable theme that doesn't spoil the gravity of the occasion.


This. It was tastefully done and even the photos aren't over-the-top. It was obviously themed, but not much different than a beach theme or a "traditional" theme. As long as it's done right, it can be really memorable.
 
2013-05-14 02:18:38 AM
It could have been worse.

fc05.deviantart.net
 
2013-05-14 02:32:02 AM
Well if someone wants to hire an Elvis look alike to preside over their wedding...I don't see the difference.
 
2013-05-14 03:01:30 AM

teto85: It could have been worse.


As long as the traditional wife slinging takes place, after the ceremony...
 
2013-05-14 06:28:51 AM

tb tibbles: Well if someone wants to hire an Elvis look alike to preside over their wedding...I don't see the difference.


I got married at the Graceland wedding chapel in Vegas so I'm getting a kick....
 
2013-05-14 06:46:09 AM
Cue the "stop liking what I don't like" kid.

/Had an outdoor Halloween wedding with a Whedon bent
//Wife was vampire Willow, I was Mal
///Did it solely for our own enjoyment
 
2013-05-14 07:01:52 AM
I like that it was little touches. Husband and I simply went to the Justice of Peace, but our best friends had a "steampunk wedding" under the condition that the theme be kept very light, not turned into a convention.

Reminded me of this on pinterest:

www.brautsalat.de
 
2013-05-14 07:46:08 AM
My wife and I had planned only minimal geekery at our wedding: a big fantasy-castle cake and one CD of geeky songs to give to the DJ.

Our friends had other plans. They began with tying a set of TOS-style warp nacelles to the limo. They ended with sending us off from the reception with a chorus of "Have fun storming the castle!"

I love my friends.

Sometimes.
 
2013-05-14 08:59:14 AM
If you post your elaborately staged proposal on YouTube, you're an attention whore. If your wedding party plans out a "really funny and awesome" way to march down the aisle, you're an attention whore.

Try just paying attention to your partner, and marrying them. Not everything in your life needs to be a contest for "look at how clever I think I am".
 
2013-05-14 09:53:36 AM

Toriko: BigLuca: There are Nightwing fans?  Weird...

There sure are Nightwing fans


Why did I click?

/farking internet
 
2013-05-14 10:33:46 AM

Hebalo: If you post your elaborately staged proposal on YouTube, you're an attention whore. If your wedding party plans out a "really funny and awesome" way to march down the aisle, you're an attention whore.

Try just paying attention to your partner, and marrying them. Not everything in your life needs to be a contest for "look at how clever I think I am".


God forbid some people want to have fun at THEIR weddings and see that making it geeky as fun. So farking what? You can do it your way, let them have their fun. The only attention whore here are the people who say others are attention whoring because they want to have a unique and fun wedding.

Now if they were bragging about it as you said. That might be different. But this looks like just a couple having fun on their big day.
 
2013-05-14 11:09:54 AM
Say what you want, the Bride and Groom parties squaring off for battle pic was cool. And yes I was completely surprised that both bride and groom were both thin and fairly attractive.
 
2013-05-14 01:01:41 PM
Good for them.  They had fun, and got some great pictures.  As long as they aren't hurting other people, I really can't be fussed if a bride and groom want to do something unique for their wedding.
 
2013-05-14 01:06:17 PM

yves0010: Hebalo: If you post your elaborately staged proposal on YouTube, you're an attention whore. If your wedding party plans out a "really funny and awesome" way to march down the aisle, you're an attention whore.

Try just paying attention to your partner, and marrying them. Not everything in your life needs to be a contest for "look at how clever I think I am".

God forbid some people want to have fun at THEIR weddings and see that making it geeky as fun. So farking what? You can do it your way, let them have their fun. The only attention whore here are the people who say others are attention whoring because they want to have a unique and fun wedding.

Now if they were bragging about it as you said.
That might be different. But this looks like just a couple having fun on their big day.


And I suppose sending their themed wedding photos to every nerd blog is humble and not at all seeking attention, right?
 
2013-05-14 04:44:10 PM

TheHumanCannonball: How sad, they have to define their entire wedding by some fanaticism to a comic book. Well, could've been worse, they could've been wearing camo in an outdoor wedding.


Like these folks?
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2013-05-14 04:49:54 PM

ZeroCorpse: yves0010: Hebalo: If you post your elaborately staged proposal on YouTube, you're an attention whore. If your wedding party plans out a "really funny and awesome" way to march down the aisle, you're an attention whore.

Try just paying attention to your partner, and marrying them. Not everything in your life needs to be a contest for "look at how clever I think I am".

God forbid some people want to have fun at THEIR weddings and see that making it geeky as fun. So farking what? You can do it your way, let them have their fun. The only attention whore here are the people who say others are attention whoring because they want to have a unique and fun wedding.

Now if they were bragging about it as you said. That might be different. But this looks like just a couple having fun on their big day.

And I suppose sending their themed wedding photos to every nerd blog is humble and not at all seeking attention, right?


Yes. There is absolutely zero chance someone besides the bride and groom linked an online photo gallery to a blog. The only way photos are ever transmitted online is with the explicit intention of the people in them.

In fact, every headline on fark? Yeah, that's the blog/newspaper sending an e-mail to Drew personally. No third parties involved, no siree!
 
2013-05-14 05:29:47 PM
Weddings are farking dreadful. This at least added some fun to the proceedings.

That photo with the bride on night patrol is rather awesome.
 
2013-05-14 07:00:29 PM

Hebalo: If you post your elaborately staged proposal on YouTube, you're an attention whore. If your wedding party plans out a "really funny and awesome" way to march down the aisle, you're an attention whore.

Try just paying attention to your partner, and marrying them. Not everything in your life needs to be a contest for "look at how clever I think I am".


There is literally no situation where you are the complete center of attention more than your own wedding (ok, perhaps open heart surgery).

Planning a funny walk down the isle cannot, by definition, be attention whoring any more than yelling "Fark me" while having a penis in your vagina and $50 on the dresser is regular whoring.
 
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