dcugays:

Most beautiful panel of Batwoman #14.

dcugays:

Most beautiful panel of Batwoman #14.

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1 year ago · 2,193 notes · Source

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

^ Renee Montoya

Swooping in and rescuing her girlfriend like an absolute BAMF

Plus, Kate pulled a knife, out of her own heart and took down Bruno Manheim with it to save Renee’s life

Fierce, kick ass girlfriends who rescue each other <3

The Kate/Renee plotline in 52 was the best thing about the whole series for me. If every single issue was 22 pages of Kate and Renee each week I would have been happy with it :D

1 year ago · 34 notes · Source

alone in your sorrow

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1 year ago · 1,708 notes · Source

thebatchick:

inampullapendere:

Fifty-Two (52) #48

Ugh my emotions why. 

1 year ago · 63 notes · Source

themarysue:


“Or when I saw Batman in person for the first time, and I realized that it could be anyone under that mask. Even me.”

The greatest thing about this line (part of Kate listing some character defining moments to answer the question posed in the text of the above image) is that the first half of it is one that’s recognizable to any Batman fan. “It could be anyone under that mask” is usually a statement of fear, or of admitting to the unknown, or is uttered by people covering the fact that they’re afraid that there is no someone under the mask, but a something. 
Batwoman #0 says that same realization, in the mind of Kate Kane, was an inspiration that showed her who she could be: the Bat. Not a Batgirl, not a Robin, not a protege. She realizes that she could be him. This reframing of these tropes of Batman stories (not to mention the overall events of origin issue #0) plainly states: we refuse to consider Batwoman a lesser knock-off of Batman. She is his equal. 

themarysue:

“Or when I saw Batman in person for the first time, and I realized that it could be anyone under that mask. Even me.”

The greatest thing about this line (part of Kate listing some character defining moments to answer the question posed in the text of the above image) is that the first half of it is one that’s recognizable to any Batman fan. “It could be anyone under that mask” is usually a statement of fear, or of admitting to the unknown, or is uttered by people covering the fact that they’re afraid that there is no someone under the mask, but a something

Batwoman #0 says that same realization, in the mind of Kate Kane, was an inspiration that showed her who she could be: the Bat. Not a Batgirl, not a Robin, not a protege. She realizes that she could be him. This reframing of these tropes of Batman stories (not to mention the overall events of origin issue #0) plainly states: we refuse to consider Batwoman a lesser knock-off of Batman. She is his equal. 

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1 year ago · 3,883 notes · Source

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

By J Estacado

Hnnnnngggg

Hot as fuck Kate/Poison Ivy fanart, please get on my blog right now so I may bask in your sexy perfection okay

From the looks of things, it looks like Ivy likes running into Kate a LOT more than she does Bruce ;D

And Kate certainly seems to be happy about it too

This is something I didn’t know I wanted until now…

2 years ago · 30 notes · Source

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

Kate

TAKE ME

TAKE ME NOW

My body is ready <3 

2 years ago · 1,289 notes · Source

thebatchick:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

goddessofavalon:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

I shall always and forever be living a Kate Kane appreciation life <3

Also I seriously love Kate’s Bat-Bike.

It’s awesome :D

Kate, Kate, Kate. Her hair never fails to mesmerize me. I’m secretly jealous of it.

Kate Kane’s hair is one of the many utterly perfect things about her <3 

I liked it better when it wasn’t a wig buuuut it’s okay because she’s flawless.

I wish it wasn’t a wig =/

2 years ago · 999 notes · Source

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

thehappysorceress:

Batwoman by Joel Gomez &amp; Beth Sotelo 

This artwork of Kate is just stunning
Love the way they’ve drawn her here, in all her fabulous glory &lt;3

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

thehappysorceress:

Batwoman by Joel Gomez & Beth Sotelo

This artwork of Kate is just stunning

Love the way they’ve drawn her here, in all her fabulous glory <3

2 years ago · 61 notes · Source

 Kate Kane // Batwoman
The bat they shine in the sky…civilians think it’s a call for help. The bad guys think it’s warning. But it’s more than that. It’s something higher. It’s a call to arms…I’ve found my way to serve. I finally found a way to serve.

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2 years ago · 2,553 notes · Source

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2 years ago · 187 notes

Now it’s my turn.

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thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

captkylej:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

fycomicbookfriendships:

Dick: What can I say? I’ve got a thing for redheads.
Kate: Trust me, I’m not your type. 

52: Week 30

Dick, you’re really begging to get your ass kicked right now

Or you’re not her type, Dick.

Indeed O.O

Seriously Dick, I like you but you need to stop hitting on Kate

Or she’s going to have to start hitting you

I think it’s safe to say that Dick is most definitely not her type.

2 years ago · 368 notes · Source

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

thehappysorceress:

therealscarykrystal:

This is a mock cover I did a while ago and it’s original form, in color and b&w. My dream comic!

(Images by me, ScaryKrystal)

I would dearly love such a thing.

I can add this to my list of comics that I desperately wish really existed and that I would buy every issue of were they real

Seriouslly, if Wolverine can star in every single comic on earth, why can’t Kate have two comics, her ongoing series and a spin off where her and Renee team up to be awesome together

Holy fuck if this existed I would actually pay the ridiculous costs to have this shipped to me when I move to China.

2 years ago · 77 notes · Source

totallybiased:

Anne-Lise Nalin, ladies and gentlemen.You’re welcome.
(Psst, Harley and Ivy enthusiasts, you want to click on the pic to see the artist’s original post. Believe me, you really don’t want to miss this.)

totallybiased:

Anne-Lise Nalin, ladies and gentlemen.

You’re welcome.

(Psst, Harley and Ivy enthusiasts, you want to click on the pic to see the artist’s original post. Believe me, you really don’t want to miss this.)

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