One year ago today, Ben Affleck was announced as the new Batman…and the internet was broken.

How about s’more Lynda Carter Wonder Woman appreciation?! Quite possibly my first crush.

Collider caught up with Arrow star Stephen Amell during San Diego Comic-Con, and following the news that the television and movie DC universes will be kept apart for the foreseeable future, the site was quick to question him about whether or not he’s relieved to no longer have to deal with questions and speculation in regards to if he’ll be a part of Zack Snyder’s future Justice League movie. "Yes—and by the way, there’s a The Flash show, we have Firestorm, we have Canary, we have The Atom…The actual Justice League film—I don’t know when that’s coming out. You can watch The Justice League on television now. But the reason I’m happy to not have to answer the question anymore is because I think it undersold what we did on TV. I would put our degree of difficulty—having to produce twenty-two episodes of television every year, spinning off the show, giving people the confidence to green-light other DC properties—up there with producing a two hundred million dollar film. They’re very different things. I never want to feel as though our existence is only going to be justified by being part of the cinematic universe. That has nothing to do with anything. We are stamping out our own spot.”

"I really do think we are moving to a spot where we will refer to my character as The Green Arrow,” the actor revealed when talk then turned to how The CW series will continue to develop the Starling City superhero currently known as The Arrow (which is a huge improvement over The Vigilante name he went by during season one). "We are moving to a spot where we will continue to embrace the fundamental classic elements of the character. Because we have that license now. We’re 46 episodes in. People like it. They buy into it. But unless this character is evolving—The Hood to Arrow to The Green Arrow—then people are going to lose interest. So I always want there to be a journey for him. And this year’s journey is really interesting.”

Will that journey include a certain goatee? "No."

Death of the Endless: sister of Destiny, Dream, Destruction, Desire, Delirium, and Despair…and Vivka looks pretty amazing in this cosplay!

Check out the awesome set on cosplaydeviants.com, and if you aren’t yet a member you can use her name VIVKA at sign up and get 50% off your first month!

Photo by Corwin Prescott.
Makeup by Xanthia Pink.
Leggings by Sophi Reaptress.

I’m just gonna go ahead and call this the best Batman tattoo in the world ever.

From a friend’s kick-ass toy blog:

So I had my first casualty today. I found him like this sitting in my tub of figures. I had thought about this situation before & pondered how I would fix it and this gave me a chance to try it out. I thought I’d share. You never know when this shit may happen to you, so here it goes.

  1. Take a drill with bit about half the diameter of the broken peg. You don’t want to go too big because you don’t want the peg walls to be too thin and lose strength.
  2. Find something metal the proper diameter to use as your new peg “core.”
  3. Cut to length.
  4. Insert into holes drilled in existing peg and voila–he’s fixed!! You can glue or epoxy the peg if you want a strong bond but I left mine unglued to not risk glue in the joint or if I ever want to change the core.
It should work on any size figure by adjusting the core’s diameter to meet your needs. This idea came to be because I really really wanted the Arkham Killer Croc but heard all the nightmare stories about his arms and stuff falling off. Maybe I’ll go order one now lol. Hope this helps guys!! Shit happens, you just gotta be prepared.