Pronounced "ska-lya." A little curated space for my interests. Primary fandoms: Spider-Man and Doctor Who. Proportion of political content may vary.
I also run @#$% Yeah, Spider-Wife!, a Mary Jane Watson tumblog.
Icon credit: made by me using art by Andie Tong.
After drawing Wonder Woman in a dress, it’s only fitting that I draw one of Wonder Girl. (also I can’t seem to kick out the Wonder Woman/ Wonder Girl themes from my head yet! and would you want to wear this dress? I would totally wear this dress.)
Back to sifting through emails and work….graghh
edit: this works as a skirt and blouse ensemble. I meant to say that instead of dress, now why did I say dress? Darn this late hours and bad TV shows scrambling up my brain XD
Yes. Everyone watch this and rejoice.
I’ve never said this before, but Supergirl, you are perfect.
My new favorite thing.
“WITH ABOUT 50 ROLLS OF TEEPEEEEEEEEEE!”
s-so cute ;____;
This graphic will never not be accurate, LOL.
By Didio’s logic (their characters mirror society) white blonde teenage girls are (or at least pre-reboot) DC’s core demographic. The fact a company benched (aka threw away) their most successful woman of color heroine in its history (Cass Cain, bi-racial, carried a solo title for 6+ years) for yet another blonde white girl to headline a DC title, when they already had Supergirl (white blonde girl), Wonder Girl (white blonde girl), Power Girl (white blonde girl), Stargirl (white blonde girl), Saturn Girl (white blonde girl), Black Canary and Lady Blackhawk in BoP (both white blonde girls - albeit one dyed) speaks volumes. Not about Stephanie Brown as a character but about what DC really think about diversity in their comics in an increasingly diverse world.
For as much as I love Steph, I can understand why there were people pissed off about her being Batgirl and replacing Cass.
At Marvel, there’s at least Rogue and Jessica Jones right off the top of my head. Cecilia Reyes too.
jayb3 pre much summed up my feelings exactly
lmfao fucking white blonde girls
[Book illustration-style sketch of Donna Troy amidst a crowd of Kangas. Caption: “Very well, princess. Your kangaroo sisters will follow the Daughters of the Amazon into battle.”]
I’ve been experimenting with the crow quill lately.
I like the classic storybook look it has.
Suddenly I thought,
“I’d love to see and Alice in Wonderland story with Wonder Girl.”
So, here it is.