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twenty something made with equal parts zeal and sardonicism,

books, comic books, film noir, wit, outdated pieces of technology, John Mayer songs and Nick Hornby novels, Batman, The Jazz Age and Paris in the 20's, typewriters, Star Trek, and Woody Allen.

 

ealperin:

futurebatgirl:

ealperin:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

ealperin:

Well isn’t this interesting!!!! From Superman: Man Of Steel #4, I believe..

UNF
Let me just take a moment to squee over all the things I love about this panel <3 

You’re very welcome!!! :)
Those shoulder pads will. Cut. You.

Yep! O.O

ealperin:

futurebatgirl:

ealperin:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

ealperin:

Well isn’t this interesting!!!! From Superman: Man Of Steel #4, I believe..

UNF

Let me just take a moment to squee over all the things I love about this panel <3 

You’re very welcome!!! :)

Those shoulder pads will. Cut. You.

Yep! O.O

the greatest Christmas story ever.

It starts with Clark Kent at work.

The Daily Planet received a letter from a little boy asking if Santa was the real deal, so naturally good ol’ Superman wants to spread the holiday cheer. He decides to visit the little boy.

so there he is, headed over to the little boys house with his awesome sleigh when he runs into the Batman ofcourse.

 

Batman: … Dude, what are you doing?

So Superman tells him about the little boy and Santa and Christmas magic. 

NATURALLY, Batman starts picking on Superman (and talks about his parents again).

the Man of Steel succumbs to the Dark Knight’s teasing, gets rid of the santa gear, and decides to call it a night.

But on the way home, the Big Blue Boyscout can’t help it. He thinks to himself, “Aww hell, I might as well, just go see how the kid is doing.”

So he flies over to the little boys house and OF COURSE:
 

 THE END!

fuckyeahwantyourbatromance:

homoerotics:


batman: the kryptonite’s near your heart. i don’t know if i’ll be fast enough to get it before the wound closes.superman: where’s the flash when you need him?batman: do me a favor and lose the sense of humor.superman: do us both a favor and buy one.

DATING

^ IT’S BEYOND THAT POINT.

going steady.

fuckyeahwantyourbatromance:

homoerotics:

batman: the kryptonite’s near your heart. i don’t know if i’ll be fast enough to get it before the wound closes.
superman: where’s the flash when you need him?
batman: do me a favor and lose the sense of humor.
superman: do us both a favor and buy one.

DATING

^ IT’S BEYOND THAT POINT.

going steady.

(Source: fuckyeahworldsfinest)

comicallycool:

comicsalliance:

Superman Fan Mike Meyer Shares Donated Comics &amp; Collectibles With Children’s Hospital 
It didn’t seem like there could be a better ending to the case of Mike Meyer than the return of his vast collection of Superman comic books and collectibles following their alleged theft by a man who pretended to be his friend, but we think you’ll agree this is it. As we reported previously, the comics community rallied in support of Meyer, a 48-year-old lifelong Superman fan who lives on part-time work at McDonald’s and Social Security for a mental disability, by organizing a drive to replace the items that had been so cruelly stolen. With his collection now recovered by police and the alleged thief in jail, Meyer took a cue from the selfless superhero he idolizes by donating to a local children’s hospital the excess items that were donated to him.
STLToday.com reports that six boxes of Superman items were made available to the St. Louis Children’s hospital’s Wednesday bingo game last week, which quadrupled the number of prizes usually available to the facility’s sick and injured kids.“When you make somebody happy, it does something for you, too,” said Meyer, in the best tradition of the Man of Steel.Read more at ComicsAlliance.

By far the cutest thing ever.

comicallycool:

comicsalliance:

Superman Fan Mike Meyer Shares Donated Comics & Collectibles With Children’s Hospital
 

It didn’t seem like there could be a better ending to the case of Mike Meyer than the return of his vast collection of Superman comic books and collectibles following their alleged theft by a man who pretended to be his friend, but we think you’ll agree this is it. As we reported previously, the comics community rallied in support of Meyer, a 48-year-old lifelong Superman fan who lives on part-time work at McDonald’s and Social Security for a mental disability, by organizing a drive to replace the items that had been so cruelly stolen. With his collection now recovered by police and the alleged thief in jail, Meyer took a cue from the selfless superhero he idolizes by donating to a local children’s hospital the excess items that were donated to him.

STLToday.com reports that six boxes of Superman items were made available to the St. Louis Children’s hospital’s Wednesday bingo game last week, which quadrupled the number of prizes usually available to the facility’s sick and injured kids.

“When you make somebody happy, it does something for you, too,” said Meyer, in the best tradition of the Man of Steel.

Read more at ComicsAlliance.

By far the cutest thing ever.