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Because of feminism i will never find this show funny again. There goes my childhood

Are you actually serious? Yes, Johnny’s character was a grade A douche bag, however all the women he went after were hot as fuck and yet put him in his place and beat him up for the lewd things he was saying. This show was fucking hilarious and promoted women acting out against chauvinist pigs, such as Johnny. Not once did the women ever fall for him, showcasing that women are to be strong and take NO shit from any man.

Get your shit together, qurl.

Not to mention his mother was cool as shit.

what about the werewolf chick


and the deer


people are fucking stupid as fuck 

The werewolf chick was so used to dudes running away she would take anything she got, same with the “deer” he met online. Both examples of women who are so desperate for companionship they would be happy with a complete and total douche like Johnny. (Even though if I remember correctly Johnny treated both of them better than anyone else ever did, because deep down Johnny Bravo was an okay dude he was acting the way society taught him to act.) 

And wow there was a whole EPISODE where Johnny got turned into a woman and has to endure catcalls and street harassment and being belittled to just a face and a body and basically was like “is this what you girls go through?”and like lead a revolution of girl power and kickassary.

So bye



Someone needs to write a fic of a battalion of superheroes randomly showing up at Sam’s doorstep because they have nowhere else to go.

"Hey Sam… so Pepper threw me out of my house and Rhodey’s on vacation in Mexico."

"Steve has spoken much of you Son of Wil. Do you wish to do battle against my adopted brother?"

"So… show an archer these wings I’ve heard so much about."


And Sam cursing Steve and Natasha in the depths of his soul because they started the trend and then told all their friends about it.

(Source: imaginaryfriendsarecool)






Let us appreciate the fashion goddesses that are the Team Rocket Trio!


Jesse & James saying fuck you to gender roles since 1997

I have been waiting all my life for this post

And Meowth was Voiced by a trans woman!

(Source: the-purple-comet)

Lead Weights and Cement Shoes


Here’s what new readers have to contend with when trying to start into Marvel comics:

There have been Spider-Man comics since the 60’s, and Spider-Man has never gone out of print; in fact, sometimes he had three books running concurrently in a single month.  There are somewhere on the order of 700 issues of Amazing Spider-Man, and over 250 of Spectacular Spider-Man.  There are also hundreds of assorted one-shots and crossovers.

Marvel operates on a sliding timescale, meaning that the date when Peter Parker first became Spider-Man is not fixed; rather, it’s always relative to the modern day.  Spider-Man is guessed to have been active for approximately ten years or so, so instead of his origin being in 1962, it’s “ten years prior to whenever you’re reading the current issue.”

So, given both of these, that means over the course of approximately 3650 days (roughly), those one-thousand-and-change issues take place.  This would mean Peter Parker would, on average, find himself in a world-shaking adventure twice a week, every week, for a decade.  I’m not talking about muggings and fires.  I’m talking Venom, Kraven, the Green Goblin, even shit like Thanos, Galactus and the Beyonder.

In short, current continuity means Peter Parker should be a quivering mass of post-traumatic stress disorder.

But beyond the question of characterization, that level of continuity also demands that readers have a grasp of a canon so dense, twisting and convoluted it would mean what would be a hobby ends up being something akin to a second job or a graduate project.

While people pride themselves on this level of knowledge and commitment, it’s incredibly off-putting to someone who picks up an issue and finds themselves baffled by a backstory that’s not only infeasible, but also contains history that’s constantly referenced and recycled.

And that’s just Spider-Man, who’s part of an entire universe of comic lines that are just as dense, and worse, irrevocably interconnected to one another.

This is called “barrier to entry.”  It’s why issues of Spider-Man sell in the slowly dwindling tens of thousands, but Spider-Man film tickets sell in the millions.

There comes a point where story history stops providing richness and becomes baggage.  The continuity is beloved, but the trend in comics sales shows there will eventually come a point where a choice will need to be made: the characters, or the continuity.

If the films have proved anything, it’s that these characters don’t need their continuity to survive.

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