Fangirls! Grab your security blankets, things are getting spooky. This week, I thought it was about time to talk about who I find to be one of the scariest villains out there; Scarecrow. In theme with Batman turning 75 this past weekend, I thought it was only right to talk about one of his villains. There’s so many to choose from down in Gotham, but I thought it was only right to with one that actually scares me silly.
So for those of you who are even more out of the loop than I am, September was Villains Month. DC Comics released issues about villains instead of the monthly comics we’re used to. One that I was really excited about, was the Joker’s Daughter. It came out on the last Wednesday of September, with it’s lovely lenticular cover, featuring a tied up Batman and some chick wearing the Joker’s face.
Hey Starkiddies! You know what happened last week?! That’s right, Twisted came out! I mean, thanksgiving happened too, and that was cool, but TWISTED. Really though, I was pumped for that. I love Team Starkid, I love Disney, and I love Wicked, so it’s as if this musical was made for me.
Alright Fangirls, I know I’ve been bitchy about DC lately (not without reason) but I am in love with the bombshell figures they released. They’re gorgeous. They consist of Harley Quinn, Batgirl, Black Canary, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, and Poison Ivy. But they don’t look like we’re used to.
With the onset of Fall comes a great many things I love. Warm sweaters, the changing leaves, pumpkin spice flavored everything, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and oh yeah, Fall Programming! This Fall will mark the quiet murder of any free time I had between classes. There are so many things coming up!
Yeah, I know that was lame, but seriously, Happy Easter Fangirls. This is our first holiday together, so it better be good.
Now, for a really long time, people have dyed eggs to celebrate Easter. These eggs were taken from the fridge and hidden throughout the house for people to find. The Easter Bunny takes these eggs and hides them, because rabbits are the symbol of fertility, and children used to think that hares laid eggs in the grass. I don’t know who was teaching these children that bunnies didn’t have live birth, but whatever.