Youth and the connotations of hope are the engine of Last Airbender, but Legend of Korra is downright dark. Azula is a terrifying opponent with the “power of Thor,” but Amon and Zaheer have the ability to strike fear with just their words. An ending with a cheery Korra would’ve been fine for a cartoon, but LoK instead shows a young woman utterly drained and defeated. The final frame is a tear trailing down her unsmiling face. It doesn’t have to end like that, but this is the best way to wrap up an incredibly engaging season. It’s great change. If the writers plan to really make the story about the legend of Korra, about remembering how important of an Avatar she is, I’d be fine with that. She’s brash and reckless, but she’s grown to become more responsible, a perfect way to illustrate one’s teenage years. I never want this series to go away, but all good things have to come to an end, and I’ll be completely okay with Korra being the last on-screen Avatar, as she’s a finely-built heroine.
The Elements, by appeltaart.
If you’re wrong in the head, you know all about Arkham Asylum, which hasn’t accomplished much in curing its patients other than giving Batman more work to do. That’s why it needs to close down for good. A few villains pretended to be healed to get out so that they can resume their evil ways the second they step off the jailhouse grounds. Plus, anyone can escape from this place. Actually, everyone has gotten out at one point. The asylum is meant for crazy people; Joker is nuts, Two-Face is insane, and Riddler needs psychiatric help, but Mr. Freeze doesn’t have a mental illness… Unless loving an on-the-verge-of-death wife counts. Neither does Killer Croc; he’s just really ugly. And there are the troubled employees; just look at Harleen Quinzel and Jonathan Crane. Actually, most who work here are definitely bonkers. The founder, Amadeus Arkham, devoted his life to treat the sick due to his mother’s suicide. A nice thought, but it turns out he was repressing the memory of seeing a bat creature tormenting his mom and slashed her throat to end her suffering. Lastly, poor Bruce Wayne is getting too old for this shit. He deserves a lunch break.
Batman Beyond, by Mark Williams.
Something I made in lieu of Donald Glover getting the role.
My little niece thought that putting sunglasses and a hat on the end of my Boxers ass would be really funny…She was correct.
when your mother repeats what you have to do thousand times
Waiter, there’s a fly in my soup! Wait no, it’s a walking computer with a face.