Confusion Grows

I'm a guy who makes music - I like trance, breakbeat, dnb, synthpop and lot of other genres too. If anyone wants to use any of my songs for something, just ask me! Check out my stuff here: http://soundcloud.com/confusion-grows . The name is from the song "Bizarre Love Triangle" by New Order. Look it up.

I blog about electronic music elsewhere and use this tumblr blog for anything else. That's mostly comics at the moment : I'm a fan of Supergirl , Batgirl and Captain Marvel.

comicbookwomen:

SUPERGIRL #38 by Emanuela Lupacchino and Michael Oeming

Both coloured by Rico Renzi.

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impactwebbing:

Red Lanterns #35

Fucking hell Guy, that Red Lantern workout regime is amazing.

It’s hard work being angry all the time.

LOBO #4
Written by CULLEN BUNN
Art by REILLY BROWN and ALISON BORGES
Cover by BENGAL
On sale JANUARY 7 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T+
Continued from the pages of last month’s BATMAN/SUPERMAN #17! Lobo’s on mission to save Earth, and he doesn’t have time for distractions – especially from the Last Son of Krypton! Get ready for Lobo versus Superman!

Lobo, you silly Czarnian pretty boy, have you learned nothing? Fighting Kryptonians does not go well for you!

SUPERGIRL #38
Written by MIKE JOHNSON and K. PERKINS
Art and cover by EMANUELA LUPACCHINO

Cool cover by Lupacchino. Judging by the signature under hers, this was coloured by Federal Bureau of Physics and Spider-Gwen colourist Rico Renzi, which sounds about right given the vivid green and pinkness of this piece. It’s a nice combination.

That looks a little like Kara’s Kryptonian armour from issue #10, only with a smaller visor and a red belt thing. I kinda like it…

nttnews:

TEEN TITANS #6


Written by WILL PFEIFER


Art by SCOTT HEPBURN


Cover by KALMAN ANDRASOFSZKY


THE FLASH 75 Variant cover by MICHAEL ALLRED


On sale JANUARY 21 

The fight for the soul of the Teen Titans continues as S.T.A.R. Labs and the team find themselves bonding over a new common enemy, just as the Titans bring in a new member: Power Girl.

fyeahlilbit3point0:

gingerhaze is my hero.

(via practicingsands)


Supergirl #33 (2014)
Supergirl #33 (2014)

haniemohd:

Taking a break from work to draw this one out for myself - the new 52 Supergirl.

Copics + pen on sketch card.

(via supergirlmaidofmight)

colomb1:

There are a lot people around here trying to insist that Young Justice and Green Lantern were cancelled because too many girls were watching them and that is total crap. That Paul Dini guy was giving his OPINION on TOWER PREP’S cancellation. Interesting fact about Tower Prep; it barely averaged 1 million viewers overall so it was going to get cancelled regardless of the demographic breakdown. He had no involvement in Young Justice and can’t speak to its cancellation. Cartoon Network never even told the people who were actually involved in the show a proper explanation why it was cancelled. Producer Greg Weisman has even repeatedly denied the possibility that Young Justice Was cancelled because too many girls were watching it on his twitter. The ratings don’t even suggest it was popular among girls at all. Most of the articles regarding Young Justice’s ratings have been deleted by now and did not offer much info regarding the gender of the audience but I can tell you that 636000 kids 9-14 watched the premiere, out of that 466000 were boys. I got this from worldsfinestonline. For some other episodes the disparity for that age range was even higher. Also, among 2-11 year olds the ratings were pathetic, only 200 000 for one episode I remember. A show has to hit its target audience or advertisers aren’t going to pay up. Couple that with high production costs for hand drawn animation and its obvious why the show is gone.

The show had a $10 million budget and averaging only 1.9 million viewers (that’s just new episodes, reruns of YJ didn’t do as well as reruns of most other CN show)  is pretty sad when you consider that shows like Johnny Test and Pokemon which CN doesn’t even pay to produce can average around 1.4 million viewers.

Adventure Time is popular among girls (even mentioned in that Dini interview) and it is not going anywhere. CN has also announced plans to revive Power Puff GIRLS in 2016 so a lot of the CN bashing on the subject is BS.

If it were up to me, it would be today.

Victoria Alonso, Marvel executive producer and executive Vice President of Visual Effects and Post Production, on a film centered around a female superhero.

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