Yup. One more reason why I hate Suicide Squad.
Yup. And purely anecdotally, I know at least one practicing psychatrist who had a breakdown during their residency and was admitted into a psychiatric hospital for a short stay.
I remember that bit where she slept with a professor to get her degree, but I don’t remember where it was. I thought it was in her first solo series, but I can’t find it. All I can find is a single line where Dr. Arkham says he was impressed with her grades and recommendations, and she responds “pretty amazing what…
Please tell me you’re kidding. I’m pretty sure you are, but you never know.
Try this, by the same writer/artist:
Well, if you want someone to approach a BDSM relationship in a healthy way, Stjepan Seijic is your guy. Look up Sunstone.
This isn’t just any take, though. This is the official version of this:
Seijic has worked for DC before - he most recently did the art on a Gail Simone’s story for the “Dogs Day of Summer anthology.” He also worked on the first story arc of Justice League Odyssey and on Aquaman Rebirth. So he has a good relationship with them.
As a sidenote, part of me does hate how what started as just a goofy clownvillain and his female sidekick turned into a abusive boyfriend and his stockholm syndrome’d sex servant.
I mean, Spencer and Marvel started mapping out the event prior to the election even happening.
“It’ll be interesting to see what, if anything, this new take on Harley has to say about the pair’s dynamic when Harleen hits stories on September 25.”
You are right. That’s too much Harley. So let’s cancel these other two and keep this one. Because I’ve been waiting for this one for years. Since Seijic first posted this:
I love this piece. If you want a preview of Harleen, look at his fanart on the same concept:
Here is fanart he did for the concept before he pitched it to DC:
You don’t have to wait. Just check the fanart Seijic did before he pitched it to DC. His proof of concept, if you will.
The first villain Sam Wilson faced in Spencer’s run said “Make America Marvellous Again”. Secret Empire was the name of a Cap storyline in which the ultimate villain was President Nixon.
Wow. That is some pretty impressive psychic talents you got there.
The tie-in for USAvengers, also by Ewing, was fan-fucking-tasting. There is a bit with Squirrel Girl and a tank that is just sublime.
The book did look at the problem of racism in society - remember the Americops rage?
I’m with you in liking the Hydra Cap storyline and most of SE (the ending was clearly changed at the last minute and became a huge cop out. A mutant called Barf, really?). It feels to me like 90% of people who were angry at it online had never read the damn thing, because they seemed persuaded it glorified fascism.…