why-i-love-comics:

Detective Comics Annual #3 - “Chaos Theory”

written by Brian Buccallato
art by Werther Dell’Edera, Jorge Fornes, & Scott Hepburn

this is lovely. it’s nice to see a batman who is a hero, who does more than just punch stuff

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disabledsuperheroes:

pietromax:

Hawkeye #019

"(you can get it ALL back)"

[image description: Panels from the most recent issue of Fraction and Aja’s Hawkeye (number 19). 

Panel 1: Clint stands on a rooftop, talking to a crowd of people who are not visible. Text reads: Hey, so, uh. I’m deaf. They deafened me. I’m deaf and we need to talk, so…so I’m gonna sign what I have to say. I need the practice and I’m not gonna hide anymore. Barney’ll translate. It’ll be okay. Okay? Okay. 

Panel 2: Actually four smaller panels which all make up a single image of Clint’s eyes. The bandages on his head are visible, and he looks determined. 

Panel 3: Clint and another man (Barney), sit on the floor, across from each other. 

Panel 4: A group of people’s fists thrust into the air. This is the crowd of people Clint was talking to in the first image.]

more beauty from Hawkeye 19, by Fraction and Aja

The stuff what don’t get spoke.

I want to talk for a moment about today’s Hawkeye. I can barely describe how much it warms my heart to have a big time superhero with hearing disabilities. 

Both I, and my little brother have worn hearing aids since we were toddlers. I have severe hearing loss in my right ear, my inner ear was faulty at birth, it is almost completely useless, at 90% deaf. 
My little brother has hearing aids in both ears, as both his ears have progressive hearing loss. I don’t know his percentage. Hearing aids do help, but I would say that they are like a visually impaired person putting on foggy glasses

We are not 100% deaf. We do not use sign language, though I do often find that I read lips, as trying to pay attention with just my left ear gives me headaches. 

Hawkeye is hearing impaired in his comic. This is just as important to me as seeing diverse, strong female characters, and characters of color. 
This is so important. His hearing loss is not being treated as a joke, or something that he made Clint helpless. 
Clint Barton is hearing impaired. 
Hawkeye is hearing impaired. 
A famous superhero is hearing impaired.

On behalf of myself, and my brother, and the entire deaf community, thank you Matt Fraction mattfractionblog

The stuff what don’t get spoke.

I want to talk for a moment about today’s Hawkeye. I can barely describe how much it warms my heart to have a big time superhero with hearing disabilities.

Both I, and my little brother have worn hearing aids since we were toddlers. I have severe hearing loss in my right ear, my inner ear was faulty at birth, it is almost completely useless, at 90% deaf.
My little brother has hearing aids in both ears, as both his ears have progressive hearing loss. I don’t know his percentage. Hearing aids do help, but I would say that they are like a visually impaired person putting on foggy glasses

We are not 100% deaf. We do not use sign language, though I do often find that I read lips, as trying to pay attention with just my left ear gives me headaches.

Hawkeye is hearing impaired in his comic. This is just as important to me as seeing diverse, strong female characters, and characters of color.
This is so important. His hearing loss is not being treated as a joke, or something that he made Clint helpless.
Clint Barton is hearing impaired.
Hawkeye is hearing impaired.
A famous superhero is hearing impaired.

On behalf of myself, and my brother, and the entire deaf community, thank you Matt Fraction

mattfractionblog
stunningpicture:

The days news, in one photo

stunningpicture:

The days news, in one photo

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sean-pm-d said: Good job with Chuck Palahniuk. Any other cool writers you and your gang could peer pressure in to writing comics?

brianmichaelbendis:

Matt Kelly and I are going to travel the country this fall convincing writers we like to do whatever we want :-)

http://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2014/07/chuck-palahniuk-bendis-fraction-and-deconnick-gang.html

If those three showed up at my door and told me to write anything in any format I would do it without stopping for thought

kaijucaptain said: How do you know if an idea you have is really original or not?

brianmichaelbendis:

Google and self-awareness

"In the old days, many of the ancients had the same idea of death. The people of Rah, and Odin, and Zeus, the Egyptians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Nordic peoples. Whatever else may have separated them, whether it be distance or time, they all shared one common belief about death. They all believed that death is a great voyage, an exciting, majestic journey. The Pharaohs would have their possessions, their gold, their food, and even their slaves buried with them, so that those old kings of Egypt may have an envoy during the trip, where they would reach the gates of their afterlife in style. Often times, the slaves were not quite as dead as their masters, and would be buried alive. The Romans and the Greeks believed similarly, that the dead travel across the river Styx in Chiron’s great ship, sailing across the waters towards Elysium, and asphodel, and the great pit. The Norse people would hang their damned on a tree for Odin, and they believed their dead traveled across to the afterlife on a great bridge that stretched throughout the nine worlds. These great kings and rulers of old found these legends comforting. It was a nice idea if you are a pharaoh, who could afford a first class ticket to the afterlife. But it’s not so comforting for the rest of use, the common folk of the world. We have no servants, or chariots or bridges to look forward to in death. We cannot afford a place on Chiron’s ferry, and instead have to swim until we are washed away by the tide. We have to travel down unaccompanied until our feet bleed from walking, down the dark road of death."

- Isaac “Sutikku” Rose.

excerpt from “lonely gods” the first chapter of my third book

feedmecomicart:

Cyclops & Daredevil

by

naratani

aka the two superheros who never take their red glasses off

thezodiack:

Uncanny X-Men #27 cover by Chris Bachalo

thezodiack:

Uncanny X-Men #27 cover by Chris Bachalo

xombiedirge:

Spider-Man vs. Green Goblin by Chris Stevens

xombiedirge:

Spider-Man vs. Green Goblin by Chris Stevens

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westcoastavengers:

Delirium by Javier Gonzalez Pacheco

westcoastavengers:

Delirium by Javier Gonzalez Pacheco

lutfifadlan said: Are you a writer ?

neil-gaiman:

Mostly I’m a should be writing more-er.

charlesrryder said: oh my god that "same" post is tOO ACCURATE i'm so freaked out it me

For a second I actually thought you wrote it. I got really confused when I realized it was someone else.

comicberks said: Aww killer robots, no...

okay, so this looks bad.

do I say that a lot?

starlorrd:

on a scale of 1 to clint barton getting groped by killer robots how fucked are you

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