Hermione went alone and got attacked by a troll
Moaning Myrtle went alone too and was killed by a giant snake.
Katie Bell also went alone and was cursed by an opal necklace.
WONDER WOMAN’S NEW COSTUME LOOKS DUMB!
Ugh, now she doesn’t have pants like how it used to be? What is wrong with you, DC?
WE WANT DC TO LISTEN TO US!
Ugh, they acknowledged but they’re not doing it right
WE WANT WOMEN FRONT AND CENTER ON COMICS!
Ugh you’re not drawing them right
I don’t think anything DC does at this point will satisfy anyone. I agree DC has mishandled some things but I also think that we’re reaching a point of just complaining about any and every little thing.
The point of contention still is, as it always was, that people are getting tired of seeing all of the female leads drawn with body language and uniforms that make them appear less heroic, powerful, legitimate, and all-around able to be taken seriously than their male counterparts.
Demonstrating: The EXTREME marshmallow cannon!
(Pro tip: Want to be invited to the White House? Be a 14 year old who clearly designed the best invention ever).
Photo of the day.
“I’m going to make a special plea to the press—not just the folks who are here, but also your editors—give this some attention. This is the kind of stuff, what these young people are doing, that’s going to make a bigger difference in the life of our country over the long term than just about…
Aaaand there’s video.
New behind-the-scenes photos from the White House from December 2011 (or, as we like to think of it: new excuse to post a photo of Bo).
Fake Grimlock, a caffeine-fueled giant robot dinosaur, has been stomping through the blogs of tech luminaries such as Fred Wilson, Eric Ries and Brad Feld dispensing advice and commentary on the startup scene. Here at CNNMoney, we’re fans of his rather stark perspective and tendency…
Obama sings! He sings Al Green!
In the office late tonight, we all just took a break to huddle around someone’s computer and grin like idiots at this.
“An anonymous coworker—to this day, I don’t know who—had left a pencil-written note on a torn piece of paper with some numbers on it. It showed how much more my male coworkers were making, even though they had less education, training and experience.
I’d been at Goodyear almost 20 years, and was…
..I think that’s a no.