There's a reason that I always advocate drawing Superman smiling as much as a possible.
There's a powerful subconscious effect that takes place when a character smiles. It feels good and makes others feel good.
And Superman is the standard of feel-good superheroes.
With #Superman coming out as bisexual, the suppression of queer superheroes has finally ended
Queer representation has moved from the periphery to become just another component of a superhero’s identity. | Via @ConversationEDU
buckaroos knew this tingler was coming 'IT’S A BIRD. IT’S A PLANE. IT’S THE PHYSICAL MANIFESTATION OF MY RIDICULOUS REACTION TO CANONICALLY BISEXUAL SUPERHEROES WHO FREAK ME OUT BECAUSE I’M AN IGNORANT EMOTIONALLY STUNTED BIGOT' or
SJWs using superheroes to represent other SJWs in comic books:
Gods, who used to be able to turn the planet off its axis to undo natural disasters, become picketing, degenerate squatters petitioning Someone Else to Do Something.
The biggest adventure to them is Twitter. 😂🐸
Congrats to these Firstie Friends for earning tickets from our SEL lesson this week! We read, "Even Superheroes Have Bad Days," and talked about calming strategies to use when we are having a bad day! We have a class of pretty awesome superheroes! 🦸♀️🦹 @FSDFirsties@FSDVikings
my new theory everything is turning into a massive kindergarten, everything is all about superheroes,, people just make up their own money and trade for fictitious commodities with them, electronic pogs and magic cards go for millions of dollars