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  2. cmshaw:

cleromancy:

schultzee:

Art by Melanie Schultz

holy FUCK this is beautiful 

this is just an amazing picture of huntress. i love how the mask is so clearly a mask overlying her face, how it really makes me see the effect the mask has on the shape of her expressions. even the blue of her eyes is picking up flecks of purple!

    cmshaw:

    cleromancy:

    schultzee:

    Art by Melanie Schultz

    holy FUCK this is beautiful 

    this is just an amazing picture of huntress. i love how the mask is so clearly a mask overlying her face, how it really makes me see the effect the mask has on the shape of her expressions. even the blue of her eyes is picking up flecks of purple!

     
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  5. shobogan:

    [photo set: In the first image, Sal gestures to a wall of weapons, a young Helena standing beside him. In the next, her expression goes from wide-eyed shock to grim determination as he speaks to her. “Do you live your life afraid…running and hiding for the rest of your days…hunted because of the accident of your birth. Or do you answer the call of your blood. You can protect yourself, instead of remaining at the mercy of others. You can take revenge for your family. What will you be, hunter or hunted?” In the last, she’s holding a crossbow about as big as she is. “Teach me.”]

    I have nothing against Helena Wayne. But this is my Huntress.

    A traumatised, terrified little girl who took her destiny in a death grip and didn’t let go.

    A young woman who saw her family for what it really was and vowed to take it apart, so no more children would hold their mothers as they bled.

    A vigilante who fought with brutal determination, and a teacher who cared desperately for her kids.

    A hero who craved acceptance and allies but didn’t need them to do her job.

    A friend who finally found a home.

    Independent and ruthless and passionate and callous and resilient and bitter and selfless and reckless and so much in between as she struggles to find a balance, to come to terms with the tragedy that formed her identity, to reconcile her ferocity with her faith, to learn how to let people into her heart.

    She’s not perfect and she makes bad choices and she hurts the people she cares about, but she tries so hard and she’s done so much. She fought for the kids who fell between the cracks. She gave Gotham a Bat when most of her heroes left her. She gave Barbara another chance and Renee another partner.

    She’s a Bat and a Bird but most of all, she is who she decides to be, and to hell with anyone who tells her otherwise.

    So yes, I’m sad to hear that the Huntress we have now isn’t Helena Bertinelli, even if I’m not reading DC right now. Because she deserves to have her stories told.

    All of this!

     
  6. while Huntress and Power Girl are stranded on our world and want to return to theirs in Worlds’ Finest, written by Paul Levitz with art by George Perez and Kevin Maguire in rotating story arcs. “What does that mean to be exiles from that Earth 2?” Harras says. “We thought it’d be a nice thing to bring this concept back and to really, as we did with the 52 initially, reconceive it and freshen it up.”
    — Seven things to know about DC Comics’ new wave of books from USA Today.

    Yay for more ladies and I really like their friendship. But does that actually mean that the Huntress miniseries is about Helena Wayne, not Helena Bertinelli — assuming that Earth 2 Huntress is Helena Wayne?

     
  7. thehappysorceress:

Because every day needs more Helena & Dinah.
Black Canary & Huntress by Robert Q. Atkins

    thehappysorceress:

    Because every day needs more Helena & Dinah.

    Black Canary & Huntress by Robert Q. Atkins

     
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Batwoman, Huntress and The Question by Dennis Culver

    Batwoman, Huntress and The Question by Dennis Culver

     
  9. thehappysorceress:

Huntress by Tovio Rogers
     
  10. huntresstheitalianmafiaprincess:

Huntress and Power Girl discuss the difficulties of being an outsider and shunned by a good majority of the superheroe community.
The colorist, Paul Mounts, deserves a shout out! This page, from script to art on down is perfection!

I have so many Power Girl & Huntress feeeeeeelings.

    huntresstheitalianmafiaprincess:

    Huntress and Power Girl discuss the difficulties of being an outsider and shunned by a good majority of the superheroe community.

    The colorist, Paul Mounts, deserves a shout out! This page, from script to art on down is perfection!

    I have so many Power Girl & Huntress feeeeeeelings.