I must know what this is from and Google is turning up nothing.

Anonymous asked:

Why no special features? If any Scooby show DVD release needs them, it's this one.

scoobydoomysteryincorporated answered:

Special features would be a neat option, but Warner Home Ent. lacks interest in producing any.

Whoo boy. Someone’s gonna lose their job over this answer.

A Villian’s Guide to Dealing with the Doctor

nashscribblings:

 (Wrote this long ago, but I still think it’s relevant …)
1) Do not talk to the Doctor.

2) If you see the Doctor, fucking kill the Doctor. There is no practical purpose to keeping him alive. He will not help you with your incredibly intricate scheme. He will in fact do the exact goddamn opposite. Just kill him as soon as he says, “Hello, I’m the Doctor,” which he always does.

3) Do not attempt to use the Doctor’s companions as bait. Do not kill the Doctor’s companions until you’ve killed the Doctor. Flippant and jovial Doctor is easy to aim at, then kill. Pissed off vengeful Doctor will fuck you up beyond all comprehension.

4) I mean it, don’t talk to the fucker. Seriously.

5) If you find the TARDIS, bury it in concrete, throw it into a sun, or best yet, dump it into a black hole. You will never figure out how to operate it. You will not be able to exploit its technology. If the Doctor isn’t dead yet (Why haven’t you killed him yet?), then your only chance to survive until he shows himself is to make the bloody TARDIS completely inaccessable. And no, two of your idiot minion guards in front of it won’t work. Get rid of the goddamn thing.

6) Depending on whatever incarnation you’re dealing with, you will need anywhere from one to thirteen bullets. Bring three hundred, just in case.

7) What the fuck did I just say about not talking to the Doctor?

8) If the Doctor pulls out a sonic screwdriver before you can kill him, run like a motherfucker and don’t look back. Consider your plans already foiled, find some backwater of time and space to rebuild, and hope you don’t run into him again.

9) Never try to kill the Doctor. Never, ever, ever lay a trap for the Doctor. He will find it, he will get out of it, and then he will find you. Your best method to kill him is to do something evil completely unrelated to the Doctor. He may or may not show up. If he shows up, he will say, “Hello, I’m the Doctor.” Then you goddamn shoot him.

10) DO NOT TALK TO THE FUCKING DOCTOR, YOU IDIOT.

occono asked:

What is the DC show about a woman?

wackd answered:

halfayoyo:

wackd:

occono said: Yeah, never heard of it….

I can’t imagine why, it’s been so well-promoted.

To be fair, iZombie doesn’t start until next year and is a Vertigo book, when the three shows on the banner all start a new or first season this year and are based on superhero properties.

It’s a little like complaining pears aren’t covered by the sale on apples.

It might, it just might, be worth pointing out that DC Comics has, last I checked, at least fifty female superheroes who could be getting their own shows, and instead they’ve chosen an obscure property from their fringe line and are releasing it a year after they launch three other male-led superhero shows to compliment one heading into its third season.

Which is not to say I’m against non-superhero comic adaptations so much as iZombie's very existence seems primed to isolate it from every other comic adaptation DC's launching at the moment, and it’s the only one that’s female led.

Meanwhile, Marvel’s primed Agent Carter as a period-piece counterpart to Agents of SHIELD and folded Jessica Jones into its upcoming line of Defenders Netflix series. One of these approaches is not like the other.

"What’m I gonna do, put a dent in them?"

"What’m I gonna do, put a dent in them?"

itswalky:

welp i never need to draw another shortpacked!, this is all of them

the-tenth-planet:

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