A tumblr dedicated to Thomas Blake, aka Catman. Resurrected from obscurity by Gail Simone, he appears in the pages of Secret Six mostly.

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19th March 2011

Photo reblogged from My Special Yell Thing with 22 notes

the-cattywampus:

If you don’t talk to your villains about revenge gay, who will?
First person to spot Creote in this picture gets my eternal love and devotion.

the-cattywampus:

If you don’t talk to your villains about revenge gay, who will?

First person to spot Creote in this picture gets my eternal love and devotion.

19th March 2011

Photo reblogged from Lotsa Foolishness with 14 notes

gingerberrycat:

I cannot help but fan!Cast David Wenham as Catman/Thomas Blake.
I know, a LOT of people have said Josh Holloway, but David, imho, has more matching features.
Plus, I’m REALLY tired of people casting already famous people in roles that I feel lesser known actor’s would be perfect for.
Few more pics!

gingerberrycat:

I cannot help but fan!Cast David Wenham as Catman/Thomas Blake.

I know, a LOT of people have said Josh Holloway, but David, imho, has more matching features.

Plus, I’m REALLY tired of people casting already famous people in roles that I feel lesser known actor’s would be perfect for.

Few more pics!

19th March 2011

Photo reblogged from One Million Years Dungeon with 117 notes

apocalypseelement:

If you MUST know—

apocalypseelement:

If you MUST know—

Tagged: catmanbatman

18th March 2011

Photo reblogged from One Million Years Dungeon with 33 notes

apocalypseelement:

So amazing! Scandal looks especially beautiful in this illustration!<3 I wish I could print it out as a poster!

Another amazing Dan Luvisi cover

apocalypseelement:

So amazing! Scandal looks especially beautiful in this illustration!<3 I wish I could print it out as a poster!

Another amazing Dan Luvisi cover

Tagged: dan luvisisecret sixcomics

18th March 2011

Photo reblogged from What tangled webs we weave. with 5 notes

littleyellowboxes:

Secret Six #10

Dan Luvisi makes me so happy.

littleyellowboxes:

Secret Six #10

Dan Luvisi makes me so happy.

18th March 2011

Photo reblogged from The Time Bullet with 4 notes

mburkhardt:

Catman And Kitten clean house.
From Catman Comics #12 (Holyoke)
Art by Chas. M. Quinlan

mburkhardt:

Catman And Kitten clean house.

From Catman Comics #12 (Holyoke)

Art by Chas. M. Quinlan

18th March 2011

Photo reblogged from a.k.a. karen with 27 notes

sapphoshands:

So, the class I’m teaching this week is on the theme of “dressing the body” and I have been a little unsure how to structure it.  We’re looking at magazines and ads, but I don’t have anything interesting planned for the rest of the class.  And then it hit me.
Superheroes.
No, stick with me – everyone knows what a superhero is supposed to look like, right?  But there are really interesting topics that can probably be introduced using pretty pictures of spandex-clad superhumans!  Right?Things I am thinking so far:
The Wonder Woman costume controversy, obviously – both the1960s mod version and the current version with pants.  Who decides what a hero is supposed to look like?
Storm’s punk makeover from 1983 (my students are way too young to remember this, but whatever, so am I).  What does changing your look say about you?
The differences between Bruce Wayne’s Batsuit and Jean-Paul Valley’s Batsuit from the Knightfall arc (my students are probably too young to remember THIS *cries*).  What is authentic?
Catman and his outfit echoing the claw marks on his chest (nekkid Catman makes EVERY class better).  Symbols and how they define us.
The Batwoman panel above.  How we dress so that other people will read us.
Faiza Hussain (Excalibur) and Sooraya Quadir (Dust).  Maybe along with Helena Bertinelli (Huntress) and the more overtly Catholic versions of her outfit.  Displays of faith as self-definition.
Maybes: Misfit’s fake Batgirl outfit from her first BoP appearances (copying trends, and how our own styles work better?).  Black Alice stealing outfits as well as powers (how does how we dress empower us?).  Canary inheriting her look from her mother – but can I explain the backstory on that in a coherent enough way?
This is all very Western – anyone got any other superhero characters who might be a good fit for this class?  I have some Chinese students and it would be nice to include something they’ll likely recognize.
Temptation to end with that panel of Ragdoll in Wonder Woman’s tiara and boots: very high.

This is an amazing idea, and I would love to hear how it went!

sapphoshands:

So, the class I’m teaching this week is on the theme of “dressing the body” and I have been a little unsure how to structure it.  We’re looking at magazines and ads, but I don’t have anything interesting planned for the rest of the class.  And then it hit me.

Superheroes.

No, stick with me – everyone knows what a superhero is supposed to look like, right?  But there are really interesting topics that can probably be introduced using pretty pictures of spandex-clad superhumans!  Right?

Things I am thinking so far:

  • The Wonder Woman costume controversy, obviously – both the1960s mod version and the current version with pants.  Who decides what a hero is supposed to look like?
  • Storm’s punk makeover from 1983 (my students are way too young to remember this, but whatever, so am I).  What does changing your look say about you?
  • The differences between Bruce Wayne’s Batsuit and Jean-Paul Valley’s Batsuit from the Knightfall arc (my students are probably too young to remember THIS *cries*).  What is authentic?
  • Catman and his outfit echoing the claw marks on his chest (nekkid Catman makes EVERY class better).  Symbols and how they define us.
  • The Batwoman panel above.  How we dress so that other people will read us.
  • Faiza Hussain (Excalibur) and Sooraya Quadir (Dust).  Maybe along with Helena Bertinelli (Huntress) and the more overtly Catholic versions of her outfit.  Displays of faith as self-definition.
  • Maybes: Misfit’s fake Batgirl outfit from her first BoP appearances (copying trends, and how our own styles work better?).  Black Alice stealing outfits as well as powers (how does how we dress empower us?).  Canary inheriting her look from her mother – but can I explain the backstory on that in a coherent enough way?

This is all very Western – anyone got any other superhero characters who might be a good fit for this class?  I have some Chinese students and it would be nice to include something they’ll likely recognize.

Temptation to end with that panel of Ragdoll in Wonder Woman’s tiara and boots: very high.

This is an amazing idea, and I would love to hear how it went!

18th March 2011

Photo reblogged from Comicism with 49 notes

Whenever this image gets picked up and reblogged by people, I smile.  The original hangs on my wall in my sewing room, and the only thing better than the picture was the cheeky smile I got from Nicola Scott when I asked for it.

Whenever this image gets picked up and reblogged by people, I smile.  The original hangs on my wall in my sewing room, and the only thing better than the picture was the cheeky smile I got from Nicola Scott when I asked for it.

Tagged: catmandeadshotnicola scott

18th March 2011

Photo reblogged from A Whirlwind of Unrelated Skating Emotions with 10 notes

gwenfrankenstien:

FEELINGS

We don&#8217;t need no steenking feelings!

gwenfrankenstien:

FEELINGS

We don’t need no steenking feelings!

Tagged: catmandeadshot

18th March 2011

Photo reblogged from dating my d-wheel with 12 notes

d-d-decade:

Tim wants Ace the Bathound back, and obsesses over pink phones.Tim, I wanted Decade Pink glasses but they didn’t fit 8I

It was a lovely appearance actually!  I enjoyed it, and i&#8217;m not normally a huge Red Robin fan.

d-d-decade:

Tim wants Ace the Bathound back, and obsesses over pink phones.

Tim, I wanted Decade Pink glasses but they didn’t fit 8I

It was a lovely appearance actually!  I enjoyed it, and i’m not normally a huge Red Robin fan.