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ENDLESS LIST OF FAVOURITE PAIRINGS // Oliver Queen & Dinah Lance
↳ ”Just… say it again. Call me Pretty-Bird.” - “I’ve missed you… Pretty-Bird.



greatrhodeybutt:

who’d win in a fight between oliver queen and clint barton?

dinah lance and kate bishop



Anonymous sent:
Fuck off, bitch.

gailsimone:

Interestingly, Black Canary has appeared on more television series than almost any other DC character, all told!

She’s appeared on Smallville, Arrow, Justice League Unlimited, Young Justice, Batman: Brave and Bold, Legends of the Superheroes, Birds of Prey, and in several of the DC original animated films!



rufftoon:

beatonna:

I drew a comic for y’all to read just click on through 

Perfect!

rufftoon:

beatonna:

I drew a comic for y’all to read just click on through 

Perfect!



whiskeydaisy:

plastic-and-wire:

Punk rock Wonder Woman by Cliff Chiang. I want to live in the universe where this is in continuity.

relevant to many people’s interests



gailsimone:

chrisgriswold:

This is the nicest thing a stranger ever did for me.
In 2004, I was working at the Jim Hanley’s Universe comic book store in Manhattan. I had been dating my girlfriend Lexi for several a few years and was ready to propose. I had a beautiful, old engagement ring that had its own romantic story attached to it, but I needed something to make the moment more memorable.
Then, my friend Vito Delsante showed me a small sketch Cliff Chiang had drawn for him of Black Canary, Lexi’s favorite comic book character (besides maybe Streaky the Supercat). It was gorgeous, solid, clean art. I decided to commission a sketch from Cliff of Black Canary’s longtime love interest Green Arrow proposing to her. I wrote to him eight years ago today. It was the holiday season and only one week until I was going back to Pennsylvania for Christmas, so I told him not to worry about timing, but he said he’d have it ready for me anyway so as not to hold up my proposal. 
I asked him how much the commission would be, ready to pay whatever he asked.
“My only request is that you name your first child ‘Black Canary,’” he wrote. “Happy Holidays!”
Not only did Cliff not charge me for the amazing piece above, he inked it and hand-delivered it to me at the store - when it was busy and I barely was able to show the depth of my appreciation. 
I had intended to wait until New Year’s Eve to ask Lexi to marry me, hoping to ask for her parents’ blessing in the meantime. On December 28, we arrived back in Astoria, and I unpacked a new set of pots and pans to cook us dinner. I joked that having these essential, adult items was the beginning of my life.
Lexi made an offhand joke from the living room about how it was the beginning of our lives. I just looked at her. I stopped washing the pot I had in my hand, standing in the kitchen staring at her. “What?” she asked. “Why are you looking at me like that?” And I couldn’t say anything. I went into my room and got the sketch. 
“Here’s a Christmas present I forgot to tell you about.” Shaking, I pulled it out of the bag and sat down at her feet. ”Oh, and here’s something else,” and I showed her the ring. Then we made a bunch of phone calls for some reason.
Years later, Cliff was the artist on the Green Arrow and Black Canary series after the two characters married in the comics in 2007. It made the sketch all the more special.
Cliff is an amazing artist, and you would do yourself a great favor if you checked out some of his work. His bibliography is located here. I would recommend his Wonder Woman, Spectre, Human Target, Detective Comics, Batman: Golden Streets of Gotham, and Doctor 13 work.
Besides producing work that I find breathtaking, Cliff Chiang is a wonderful human being whose kindness I will always remember.
Thanks, Cliff.

Okay. Wow.
As if I didn’t already love Cliff Chiang ENOUGH.
What a beautiful story!

gailsimone:

chrisgriswold:

This is the nicest thing a stranger ever did for me.

In 2004, I was working at the Jim Hanley’s Universe comic book store in Manhattan. I had been dating my girlfriend Lexi for several a few years and was ready to propose. I had a beautiful, old engagement ring that had its own romantic story attached to it, but I needed something to make the moment more memorable.

Then, my friend Vito Delsante showed me a small sketch Cliff Chiang had drawn for him of Black Canary, Lexi’s favorite comic book character (besides maybe Streaky the Supercat). It was gorgeous, solid, clean art. I decided to commission a sketch from Cliff of Black Canary’s longtime love interest Green Arrow proposing to her. I wrote to him eight years ago today. It was the holiday season and only one week until I was going back to Pennsylvania for Christmas, so I told him not to worry about timing, but he said he’d have it ready for me anyway so as not to hold up my proposal. 

I asked him how much the commission would be, ready to pay whatever he asked.

“My only request is that you name your first child ‘Black Canary,’” he wrote. “Happy Holidays!”

Not only did Cliff not charge me for the amazing piece above, he inked it and hand-delivered it to me at the store - when it was busy and I barely was able to show the depth of my appreciation. 

I had intended to wait until New Year’s Eve to ask Lexi to marry me, hoping to ask for her parents’ blessing in the meantime. On December 28, we arrived back in Astoria, and I unpacked a new set of pots and pans to cook us dinner. I joked that having these essential, adult items was the beginning of my life.

Lexi made an offhand joke from the living room about how it was the beginning of our lives. I just looked at her. I stopped washing the pot I had in my hand, standing in the kitchen staring at her. “What?” she asked. “Why are you looking at me like that?” And I couldn’t say anything. I went into my room and got the sketch. 

“Here’s a Christmas present I forgot to tell you about.” Shaking, I pulled it out of the bag and sat down at her feet. ”Oh, and here’s something else,” and I showed her the ring. Then we made a bunch of phone calls for some reason.

Years later, Cliff was the artist on the Green Arrow and Black Canary series after the two characters married in the comics in 2007. It made the sketch all the more special.

Cliff is an amazing artist, and you would do yourself a great favor if you checked out some of his work. His bibliography is located here. I would recommend his Wonder Woman, Spectre, Human Target, Detective Comics, Batman: Golden Streets of Gotham, and Doctor 13 work.

Besides producing work that I find breathtaking, Cliff Chiang is a wonderful human being whose kindness I will always remember.

Thanks, Cliff.

Okay. Wow.

As if I didn’t already love Cliff Chiang ENOUGH.

What a beautiful story!



johanirae:

reapersun:

I WANTED

TO DO THIS

the hawkeye initiative

ZOMG REAPERSUN JOINED IN



ducksrunamok:

speakerwiggin:

comicbookwomen:

Janet Wade

Allison, you’re welcome.

YES GOOD

ducksrunamok:

speakerwiggin:

comicbookwomen:

Janet Wade

Allison, you’re welcome.

YES GOOD





fyeahdickandbabs:

—Batgirl: Year One

fyeahdickandbabs:

—Batgirl: Year One



avatarmaxine:


» Vote for Dinah «

In the New 52, the Black Canary is all Dinah Lance except in name. It is revealed that one of the founders of the new Birds of Prey and owner of the Canary Cry now belongs to Golden Age B.C. Dinah Drake. Cast your vote for Dinah Lance, former chairperson of JLA, one of the greatest martial artists in the world, and mother figure & mentor to many heroes, to show that beloved characters are not interchangeable.
A vote for Dinah is also a vote for Barbara. Send a message that we do not condone the questionable move of removing one of the most prominent disabled characters in comics. We do not agree with the regression of Barbara to a mantle she had outgrown. Let it be known that we lament the erasure of Oracle, a mantle who is on Justice League-level, who did more good to more people than Batgirl ever did.

avatarmaxine:

» Vote for Dinah «

In the New 52, the Black Canary is all Dinah Lance except in name. It is revealed that one of the founders of the new Birds of Prey and owner of the Canary Cry now belongs to Golden Age B.C. Dinah Drake. Cast your vote for Dinah Lance, former chairperson of JLA, one of the greatest martial artists in the world, and mother figure & mentor to many heroes, to show that beloved characters are not interchangeable.

A vote for Dinah is also a vote for Barbara. Send a message that we do not condone the questionable move of removing one of the most prominent disabled characters in comics. We do not agree with the regression of Barbara to a mantle she had outgrown. Let it be known that we lament the erasure of Oracle, a mantle who is on Justice League-level, who did more good to more people than Batgirl ever did.



gailsimone:

batgirlrising:

When I was little, I used to think, of the three, Ollie was the toughest. I was wrong. - Roy Harper

I don’t care who else writes her or where else she appears or what media she’s in or what color her hair is.


Dinah will always be my girl to me.



Dinah: What do you think everyone will think?
Oliver: They’ve known us a long time. How can they be anything but happy for us?

(Green Arrow/Black Canary: Wedding Special)



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