Ice-Wizard
It’s beautiful.

It’s beautiful.

I had a dream last night that Netflix had somehow bought the TV rights to Spider-Man and they were going to make a Spider-Man show that was connected to their other Marvel shows which are connected to the movies; so I thought we were going to see Spider-Man in the MCU.

Now I’m awake :(

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holmesillusion:

Even the landlady used to run a drug cartel.

ice-wizard:

oliverdant:

#ARROW S3 || THE BIG BAD - MY THEORY

WHAT WE READ ABOUT:

"What’s interesting about the villain in season three is that he doesn’t necessarily disagree with [Oliver]. He doesn’t have any personal animus towards the Arrow, and he actually in some ways has a very similar worldview(…) Being Oliver Queen is what’s holding you back from fulfilling your true destiny (…) The theme of identity is tied up very much in how the villain is presented to
— Andrew Kreisberg - Arrow EP
Interview with EW-Inside TV
7/22/2014

“The incoming ( #Arrow ) adversary has some personal elements of connectivity to Oliver, which we’ll learn about — in part via flashbacks. Hopefully, fans of the DC Universe will be really pleased by who it is.”
— Greg Berlanti - Arrow EP to TVLINE.com
7/22/2014

"This villain is a hero in his own story (…) This year we want to bring back the sense of mystery. So this season we have a big humdinger of a mystery, and that’s going to be a through-line throughout the year.
— Marc Guggenheim - Arrow EP to Zap2it.com
7/22/2014

ABOUT GREEN ARROW COMICS:

A very mysterious villain with a personal connection to Oliver: SIMON LACROIX AKA KOMODO

SIMON LACROIX was born into poverty, with determination and intelligence as his only resources. Nevertheless, he ultimately got a position at QUEEN INDUSTRIES , where ROBERT QUEEN was impressed by the young man’s perseverance. To Robert, Simon was everything his own son was not, as Oliver was, at that point, still a shallow, irresponsible teenager. Simon became a part of Robert’s expedition to find the fabled ARROW CLAN totem, which is said to grant enlightenment to those who wield it. Seeking that enlightenment for himself, Simon betrayed and murdered his mentor. Simon eventually became the public face of Stellmoor Industries, and adopted Shado’s daughter Emiko. After engineering the events the caused Oliver Queen to lose his fortune, Simon took up the mantle of the masked assassin Komodo, framing Green Arrow for murder and besting him in battle. A second confrontation resulted in Komodo losing an eye, but Green Arrow was still unable to gain a decisive victory against his new nemesis.

KOMODO later rounded up the Outsiders to undergo their plan to take over Europe but were confronted by Shado, Robert Queen, Green Arrow and the other clan members which were lead by KATANA. In the ensuing battle, Komodo successfully kills Robert with an arrow to the chest. Simon himself is killed at the hands of his daughter Emiko upon learning of her true parentage.

JUST PURE SPECULATION… What do you think?

Source: dc.wikia.com

Good theory. I still think it’s Jason Todd aka Red Hood.

There’s also the very real possibility that it’s Ra’s Al Ghul.  They’re most likely going to show flashbacks to Sara training in the League of Assassins, also, Merlyn is going to be a series regular this season and he’s being hunted by Ra’s.

smallwind:

Jared Padalecki & Jensen Ackles Tease ‘Supernatural’ Season 10-2014 TCA

oliverdant:

#ARROW S3 || THE BIG BAD - MY THEORY

WHAT WE READ ABOUT:

"What’s interesting about the villain in season three is that he doesn’t necessarily disagree with [Oliver]. He doesn’t have any personal animus towards the Arrow, and he actually in some ways has a very similar worldview(…) Being Oliver Queen is what’s holding you back from fulfilling your true destiny (…) The theme of identity is tied up very much in how the villain is presented to
— Andrew Kreisberg - Arrow EP
Interview with EW-Inside TV
7/22/2014

“The incoming ( #Arrow ) adversary has some personal elements of connectivity to Oliver, which we’ll learn about — in part via flashbacks. Hopefully, fans of the DC Universe will be really pleased by who it is.”
— Greg Berlanti - Arrow EP to TVLINE.com
7/22/2014

"This villain is a hero in his own story (…) This year we want to bring back the sense of mystery. So this season we have a big humdinger of a mystery, and that’s going to be a through-line throughout the year.
— Marc Guggenheim - Arrow EP to Zap2it.com
7/22/2014

ABOUT GREEN ARROW COMICS:

A very mysterious villain with a personal connection to Oliver: SIMON LACROIX AKA KOMODO

SIMON LACROIX was born into poverty, with determination and intelligence as his only resources. Nevertheless, he ultimately got a position at QUEEN INDUSTRIES , where ROBERT QUEEN was impressed by the young man’s perseverance. To Robert, Simon was everything his own son was not, as Oliver was, at that point, still a shallow, irresponsible teenager. Simon became a part of Robert’s expedition to find the fabled ARROW CLAN totem, which is said to grant enlightenment to those who wield it. Seeking that enlightenment for himself, Simon betrayed and murdered his mentor. Simon eventually became the public face of Stellmoor Industries, and adopted Shado’s daughter Emiko. After engineering the events the caused Oliver Queen to lose his fortune, Simon took up the mantle of the masked assassin Komodo, framing Green Arrow for murder and besting him in battle. A second confrontation resulted in Komodo losing an eye, but Green Arrow was still unable to gain a decisive victory against his new nemesis.

KOMODO later rounded up the Outsiders to undergo their plan to take over Europe but were confronted by Shado, Robert Queen, Green Arrow and the other clan members which were lead by KATANA. In the ensuing battle, Komodo successfully kills Robert with an arrow to the chest. Simon himself is killed at the hands of his daughter Emiko upon learning of her true parentage.

JUST PURE SPECULATION… What do you think?

Source: dc.wikia.com

Good theory. I still think it’s Jason Todd aka Red Hood.

jackthevulture:

ififfy:

hope-whispers:

wdya:

avatar’s most powerful scenes → the blue spirit

"Do you think we could have been friends too?"

I still don’t understand how this show can have scenes as deep and layered as this, or have stuff like Zuko’s character arc and Sokka’s slow appreciation of how badass women can be, and then be all like “I AM NOT TOPH I AM MELON LOOORRRRD!”

good writing is how

Cuz thats how real life is, too :)

"Because he’s the hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So we’ll hunt him. Because he can take it. Because he’s not our hero. He’s a silent guardian. A watchful protector. A Dark Knight.”

Happy Batman Day!