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2013-10-31 10:37:46 AM  
Cutest.  Cosplay. Pic. Evar:

i1.wp.com
 
2013-10-31 11:01:26 AM  
Holy crap that little girl is cute!
 
2013-10-31 11:51:16 AM  
Her vs Chris Hadfield for this years internet champion.
 
mhd
2013-10-31 11:54:13 AM  
I HERD YOU LIEK DEADPOOL
i.imgur.com

/And holy frigg, I thought the girl from TFA was really, really tiny, but it seems that Ewoks getting laaaarger...
 
2013-10-31 11:54:31 AM  
I had no idea these sort of people ever bred.

/live and learn.
//yellow boxes.
 
2013-10-31 11:57:28 AM  
Based on the headline, I was going to make a very inappropriate joke. Then I opened the article, and now I feel bad.
 
2013-10-31 12:05:08 PM  
Dreadpool
 
2013-10-31 12:06:04 PM  
Kidpool?
 
2013-10-31 12:08:23 PM  
Marvel needs to do an issue of Deadpool with her in it. Get the rights from her mom. She could meet Power Pack. Heck, that might be good for a Power Pack / Deadpool one-shot or limited series.
 
2013-10-31 12:14:23 PM  

Flappyhead: Her vs Chris Hadfield for this years internet champion.


whynotboth.jpg
 
2013-10-31 12:15:44 PM  
I just OD'ed on cute.
 
2013-10-31 12:24:52 PM  

COMALite J: Marvel needs to do an issue of Deadpool with her in it. Get the rights from her mom. She could meet Power Pack. Heck, that might be good for a Power Pack / Deadpool one-shot or limited series.


Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.

However, I would so buy an issue of a POWER PACK/DEADPOOL team up if Deadpool was this little girl.
 
2013-10-31 12:26:44 PM  
My daughter is actually going as Princess Captain America this year.

Presuming this rain ever stops, of course.
 
2013-10-31 12:52:29 PM  

DjangoStonereaver: COMALite J: Marvel needs to do an issue of Deadpool with her in it. Get the rights from her mom. She could meet Power Pack. Heck, that might be good for a Power Pack / Deadpool one-shot or limited series.

Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.

However, I would so buy an issue of a POWER PACK/DEADPOOL team up if Deadpool was this little girl.


That's the entire point. The whole character is a comedy send off of the normal genre. That's the point.

Well, that and the hyper violence. And the occasional actual epic storyline. But mostly it's specifically about the jokes.
 
2013-10-31 12:55:53 PM  
Not enough pouches.
 
2013-10-31 01:07:45 PM  
This is the problem with children.  2 years ago I wouldn't have even bothered clicking on the link.  Now that I have a 4 year old of my own, I get all soft.  First I stop watching decapitation videos, now I get mushy-hearted at things like img3.
 
2013-10-31 01:18:24 PM  

grumpyguru: This is the problem with children.  2 years ago I wouldn't have even bothered clicking on the link.  Now that I have a 4 year old of my own, I get all soft.  First I stop watching decapitation videos, now I get mushy-hearted at things like img3.


Stfu noob, gbtw grampypants.
 
2013-10-31 01:32:03 PM  
I'm with FNB... needs more pouches...

Otherwise, adorable....
 
2013-10-31 01:38:26 PM  

kroonermanblack: DjangoStonereaver: COMALite J: Marvel needs to do an issue of Deadpool with her in it. Get the rights from her mom. She could meet Power Pack. Heck, that might be good for a Power Pack / Deadpool one-shot or limited series.

Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.

However, I would so buy an issue of a POWER PACK/DEADPOOL team up if Deadpool was this little girl.

That's the entire point. The whole character is a comedy send off of the normal genre. That's the point.

Well, that and the hyper violence. And the occasional actual epic storyline. But mostly it's specifically about the jokes.


Let's not forget the fourth-wall smashing:

DP: Hey! Get your own comic!
Punisher: What?
DP: Did we say that out loud again? "Nevermind..."
 
2013-10-31 01:44:18 PM  

Valiente: kroonermanblack: DjangoStonereaver: COMALite J: Marvel needs to do an issue of Deadpool with her in it. Get the rights from her mom. She could meet Power Pack. Heck, that might be good for a Power Pack / Deadpool one-shot or limited series.

Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.

However, I would so buy an issue of a POWER PACK/DEADPOOL team up if Deadpool was this little girl.

That's the entire point. The whole character is a comedy send off of the normal genre. That's the point.

Well, that and the hyper violence. And the occasional actual epic storyline. But mostly it's specifically about the jokes.

Let's not forget the fourth-wall smashing:

DP: Hey! Get your own comic!
Punisher: What?
DP: Did we say that out loud again? "Nevermind..."


"Deadpool, Deadpool, Deadpool.  How long has it been?"

"Issue 16, Greece.  What's up Bullseye?"
 
2013-10-31 02:59:53 PM  

Shostie: My daughter is actually going as Princess Captain America this year.

Presuming this rain ever stops, of course.


Bucketing down here. I've got three Sailor scouts that will get soggy this evening if it doesn't let up.
 
2013-10-31 03:57:05 PM  
That was so cute, it gave me diabeetus.
 
2013-10-31 04:32:59 PM  

olapbill: Shostie: My daughter is actually going as Princess Captain America this year.

Presuming this rain ever stops, of course.

Bucketing down here. I've got three Sailor scouts that will get soggy this evening if it doesn't let up.


Nice~!

/That series is over 20 years old
//Still awesome
///Why?  Fark you, that's why.
 
2013-10-31 05:32:14 PM  

Rwa2play: olapbill: Shostie: My daughter is actually going as Princess Captain America this year.

Presuming this rain ever stops, of course.

Bucketing down here. I've got three Sailor scouts that will get soggy this evening if it doesn't let up.

Nice~!

/That series is over 20 years old
//Still awesome
///Why?  Fark you, that's why.


At FanExpo in Toronto this year I run into a little pack of Sailor Scouts.  Just as I'm thinking "Where's the parent?", around the corner comes dad in full Tuxedo Mask attire.  If not for the crowd asking for pictures I would have gone over and high-fived him.
 
2013-10-31 07:24:00 PM  

Flappyhead: Valiente: kroonermanblack: DjangoStonereaver: COMALite J: Marvel needs to do an issue of Deadpool with her in it. Get the rights from her mom. She could meet Power Pack. Heck, that might be good for a Power Pack / Deadpool one-shot or limited series.

Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.

However, I would so buy an issue of a POWER PACK/DEADPOOL team up if Deadpool was this little girl.

That's the entire point. The whole character is a comedy send off of the normal genre. That's the point.

Well, that and the hyper violence. And the occasional actual epic storyline. But mostly it's specifically about the jokes.

Let's not forget the fourth-wall smashing:

DP: Hey! Get your own comic!
Punisher: What?
DP: Did we say that out loud again? "Nevermind..."

"Deadpool, Deadpool, Deadpool.  How long has it been?"

"Issue 16, Greece.  What's up Bullseye?"


Yeah, he seems to be the modern-day Byrne version of She-Hulk, aka Marvel's version of Giffen's Ambush Bug. And, of course, Morrison did a serious take on the fourth-wall-breaking with his run on Animal Man.

The basic idea I was going for is that this little girl dreams or wishes herself into the Marvel Universe to meet her hero Deadpool. While there, she meets Katie Power or perhaps Franklin Richards and from there encounters Power Pack. Deadpool finally shows up, and the fourth wall gets shattered as it turns out that the girl has an awesome power while in the Marvel Universe, a power that anyone from the "real world" would have there (or in the DC Universe or any other fictional universe):

No, not basic omnipotence a la Leopold "Butters" Stotch in ImaginationLand. Something more limited, but with fascinating ramifications:

Total immunity to anything that could not exist in the "real" world. No super power nor real-world-impossible technology could affect her in any way, directly or indirectly, neither for good nor harm. If Cyclops fired his optic blasts at her, it would have no more effect than shining a red light at her. Katie could not fly while holding her, and neither could Iron Man nor the Avengers Quinjet nor the Fantasticar if she were aboard it. She would be otherwise normal: no super strength, no invulnerability, no firing beams of any kind out of any body parts, etc. But while she would be no stronger than a normal 4-year-old girl, if she kicked the Hulk in the shin while wearing hard shoes, he would feel it just as much as if she had kicked Bruce Banner that way.
 
2013-10-31 08:43:02 PM  

Flappyhead: Rwa2play: olapbill: Shostie: My daughter is actually going as Princess Captain America this year.

Presuming this rain ever stops, of course.

Bucketing down here. I've got three Sailor scouts that will get soggy this evening if it doesn't let up.

Nice~!

/That series is over 20 years old
//Still awesome
///Why?  Fark you, that's why.

At FanExpo in Toronto this year I run into a little pack of Sailor Scouts.  Just as I'm thinking "Where's the parent?", around the corner comes dad in full Tuxedo Mask attire.  If not for the crowd asking for pictures I would have gone over and high-fived him.


Ditto, man.  Awesome.
 
2013-10-31 10:56:07 PM  
DjangoStonereaver:
Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.


Eh, I think a lot of us like him because he's a much harsher deconstruction of the superhero mythos crap that most comics have than pretty much any other series, and somehow he does it without a lot of the writers even realizing it.

A lot of comics sort of try to do subtle "how are heroes and villains really different" crap that sort of asks the question, but Deadpool is literally just as bad as the worst villain even when he's ostensibly coming down on the 'hero' side, and his pretense of being self-aware (when, in action, he very much is not at all) just further mocks the failure of other comics' shallow attempt to address their characters' casual abuse of power.

It's an unintentional "deepness" since, again, I don't think most Deadpool writers even realize why the character is entertaining (and thus jerk his character around randomly, unintentionally adding  another layer of unintentional parody by taking "depending on the writer" up to 11).

Basically, to criticize superhero comics any more harshly, the Deadpool comics would need a hundred foot tall naked blue guy and a homeless dude in an inkblot mask.
 
2013-10-31 11:30:27 PM  

Shostie: My daughter is actually going as Princess Captain America this year.

Presuming this rain ever stops, of course.


I have to see a picture of that.
 
2013-11-01 01:37:46 AM  

DjangoStonereaver: COMALite J: Marvel needs to do an issue of Deadpool with her in it. Get the rights from her mom. She could meet Power Pack. Heck, that might be good for a Power Pack / Deadpool one-shot or limited series.

Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.

However, I would so buy an issue of a POWER PACK/DEADPOOL team up if Deadpool was this little girl.


As a note....

Power Pack grew up.

static.comicvine.com

That's Julie Power, 16/17, and openly bisexual.
 
2013-11-01 05:57:19 AM  

Jim_Callahan: DjangoStonereaver:
Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.

Eh, I think a lot of us like him because he's a much harsher deconstruction of the superhero mythos crap that most comics have than pretty much any other series, and somehow he does it without a lot of the writers even realizing it.

A lot of comics sort of try to do subtle "how are heroes and villains really different" crap that sort of asks the question, but Deadpool is literally just as bad as the worst villain even when he's ostensibly coming down on the 'hero' side, and his pretense of being self-aware (when, in action, he very much is not at all) just further mocks the failure of other comics' shallow attempt to address their characters' casual abuse of power.

It's an unintentional "deepness" since, again, I don't think most Deadpool writers even realize why the character is entertaining (and thus jerk his character around randomly, unintentionally adding  another layer of unintentional parody by taking "depending on the writer" up to 11).

Basically, to criticize superhero comics any more harshly, the Deadpool comics would need a hundred foot tall naked blue guy and a homeless dude in an inkblot mask.


Interesting.  Since I really don't read comics any more, I've only seen commentary and isolated bits of Deadpool, so
given in this light I think I can be a bit less harsh on him.

I'd still rather see the little girl play him, though.

spidermann:

As a note....

Power Pack grew up.

[static.comicvine.com image 850x1290]

That's Julie Power, 16/17, and openly bisexual.


Wow.  Bravo for Marvel.
 
2013-11-01 06:24:01 AM  

DjangoStonereaver: Wow.  Bravo for Marvel.


Pick up the Avengers Academy run in TPB if you can. It's really one of the better written comics from the big two.

Avengers Arena (ongoing) isn't anything to sneeze at either.
 
2013-11-01 10:37:41 AM  
This reminds me of a little cutie that came by for trick or treat last night. Princess Flash. Basically a 4 year old in a Flash costume, but with a red tutu. Cuteness overload.
 
2013-11-01 10:54:28 AM  

spidermann: DjangoStonereaver: Wow.  Bravo for Marvel.

Pick up the Avengers Academy run in TPB if you can. It's really one of the better written comics from the big two.

Avengers Arena (ongoing) isn't anything to sneeze at either.


Eh, Avengers Arena is basically "Hunger Games"/"Battle Royale" with teen superheroes.   I passed on that.
 
2013-11-01 10:58:14 AM  

DjangoStonereaver: Jim_Callahan: DjangoStonereaver:
Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.

Eh, I think a lot of us like him because he's a much harsher deconstruction of the superhero mythos crap that most comics have than pretty much any other series, and somehow he does it without a lot of the writers even realizing it.

A lot of comics sort of try to do subtle "how are heroes and villains really different" crap that sort of asks the question, but Deadpool is literally just as bad as the worst villain even when he's ostensibly coming down on the 'hero' side, and his pretense of being self-aware (when, in action, he very much is not at all) just further mocks the failure of other comics' shallow attempt to address their characters' casual abuse of power.

It's an unintentional "deepness" since, again, I don't think most Deadpool writers even realize why the character is entertaining (and thus jerk his character around randomly, unintentionally adding  another layer of unintentional parody by taking "depending on the writer" up to 11).

Basically, to criticize superhero comics any more harshly, the Deadpool comics would need a hundred foot tall naked blue guy and a homeless dude in an inkblot mask.

Interesting.  Since I really don't read comics any more, I've only seen commentary and isolated bits of Deadpool, so
given in this light I think I can be a bit less harsh on him.

I'd still rather see the little girl play him, though.

spidermann:

As a note....

Power Pack grew up.

[static.comicvine.com image 850x1290]

That's Julie Power, 16/17, and openly bisexual.

Wow.  Bravo for Marvel.


Don't forget Northstar (gay, recently  married) and Jennifer Kale (sorceress, lesbian).

Also:  IIRC didn't Rictor and Shatterstar decide to start a relationship?

So, Marvel's been pretty progressive with LGBT characters.
 
2013-11-01 12:08:44 PM  

Rwa2play: DjangoStonereaver: Jim_Callahan: DjangoStonereaver:
Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.

Eh, I think a lot of us like him because he's a much harsher deconstruction of the superhero mythos crap that most comics have than pretty much any other series, and somehow he does it without a lot of the writers even realizing it.

A lot of comics sort of try to do subtle "how are heroes and villains really different" crap that sort of asks the question, but Deadpool is literally just as bad as the worst villain even when he's ostensibly coming down on the 'hero' side, and his pretense of being self-aware (when, in action, he very much is not at all) just further mocks the failure of other comics' shallow attempt to address their characters' casual abuse of power.

It's an unintentional "deepness" since, again, I don't think most Deadpool writers even realize why the character is entertaining (and thus jerk his character around randomly, unintentionally adding  another layer of unintentional parody by taking "depending on the writer" up to 11).

Basically, to criticize superhero comics any more harshly, the Deadpool comics would need a hundred foot tall naked blue guy and a homeless dude in an inkblot mask.

Interesting.  Since I really don't read comics any more, I've only seen commentary and isolated bits of Deadpool, so
given in this light I think I can be a bit less harsh on him.

I'd still rather see the little girl play him, though.

spidermann:

As a note....

Power Pack grew up.

[static.comicvine.com image 850x1290]

That's Julie Power, 16/17, and openly bisexual.

Wow.  Bravo for Marvel.

Don't forget Northstar (gay, recently  married) and Jennifer Kale (sorceress, lesbian).

Also:  IIRC didn't Rictor and Shatterstar decide to start a relationship?

So, Marvel's ...


But they're very anti-smoking.

Apparently, Joe Quesada only wants you smoking on one type of phallic-shaped white or brown object, and it isn't filled with tobacco.

/Don't read Young Avengers since the real creative team isn't doing it anymore, but aren't Hulkling and Wiccan still a couple?
 
2013-11-01 12:54:57 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Rwa2play: DjangoStonereaver: Jim_Callahan: DjangoStonereaver:
Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.

Eh, I think a lot of us like him because he's a much harsher deconstruction of the superhero mythos crap that most comics have than pretty much any other series, and somehow he does it without a lot of the writers even realizing it.

A lot of comics sort of try to do subtle "how are heroes and villains really different" crap that sort of asks the question, but Deadpool is literally just as bad as the worst villain even when he's ostensibly coming down on the 'hero' side, and his pretense of being self-aware (when, in action, he very much is not at all) just further mocks the failure of other comics' shallow attempt to address their characters' casual abuse of power.

It's an unintentional "deepness" since, again, I don't think most Deadpool writers even realize why the character is entertaining (and thus jerk his character around randomly, unintentionally adding  another layer of unintentional parody by taking "depending on the writer" up to 11).

Basically, to criticize superhero comics any more harshly, the Deadpool comics would need a hundred foot tall naked blue guy and a homeless dude in an inkblot mask.

Interesting.  Since I really don't read comics any more, I've only seen commentary and isolated bits of Deadpool, so
given in this light I think I can be a bit less harsh on him.

I'd still rather see the little girl play him, though.

spidermann:

As a note....

Power Pack grew up.

[static.comicvine.com image 850x1290]

That's Julie Power, 16/17, and openly bisexual.

Wow.  Bravo for Marvel.

Don't forget Northstar (gay, recently  married) and Jennifer Kale (sorceress, lesbian).

Also:  IIRC didn't Rictor and Shatterstar decide to start a relationship?

So ...


Great on the GLBT thing, but not so good on the Power kids having aged to young adulthood while, say, Franklin Richards (created back in the 1960s) is still a preschooler or early gradeschooler at best, when they were in the same kid superhero team.
 
2013-11-01 01:09:27 PM  

COMALite J: FirstNationalBastard: Rwa2play: DjangoStonereaver: Jim_Callahan: DjangoStonereaver:
Generally I think that Deadpool is the worst of the worst of fanboi pandering, and despair for all the love the
character gets from people who think a superhero whose only power is that he does bad MST3K commentary
about his comicbook universe.

Eh, I think a lot of us like him because he's a much harsher deconstruction of the superhero mythos crap that most comics have than pretty much any other series, and somehow he does it without a lot of the writers even realizing it.

A lot of comics sort of try to do subtle "how are heroes and villains really different" crap that sort of asks the question, but Deadpool is literally just as bad as the worst villain even when he's ostensibly coming down on the 'hero' side, and his pretense of being self-aware (when, in action, he very much is not at all) just further mocks the failure of other comics' shallow attempt to address their characters' casual abuse of power.

It's an unintentional "deepness" since, again, I don't think most Deadpool writers even realize why the character is entertaining (and thus jerk his character around randomly, unintentionally adding  another layer of unintentional parody by taking "depending on the writer" up to 11).

Basically, to criticize superhero comics any more harshly, the Deadpool comics would need a hundred foot tall naked blue guy and a homeless dude in an inkblot mask.

Interesting.  Since I really don't read comics any more, I've only seen commentary and isolated bits of Deadpool, so
given in this light I think I can be a bit less harsh on him.

I'd still rather see the little girl play him, though.

spidermann:

As a note....

Power Pack grew up.

[static.comicvine.com image 850x1290]

That's Julie Power, 16/17, and openly bisexual.

Wow.  Bravo for Marvel.

Don't forget Northstar (gay, recently  married) and Jennifer Kale (sorceress, lesbian).

Also:  IIRC didn't Rictor and Shatterstar decide to sta ...


Eh, comic book time is farked up that way.

Dick Grayson went from a boy in inappropriate short pants to a man over the years, while Bruce has always been in his mid-30s.

Spider-Man went from a teenager to a married man in his 30s back to a 25-year-old loser.
 
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