Look at this smug little shit! :)
By Tom Bancroft, who worked on the movie itself!
Assortment continues: this is the cover to X-Men: Fall Of The Mutants trade paperback, drawn by Alan Davis. This is a nostalgic image for those of us who were reading the comics back then when they came out; it was used as an advertisement for the mini-crossover back then, and it really struck a chord.
As I recall from the time, I was more than a little annoyed that the poster for “Fall of the Mutants”, whilst featuring members from every team involved, didn’t actually include the only mutant who actually DID “Fall” as a result of this story.
In other words; This guy!
Connected early Marvel art: this is a charity piece from a UKCAC (United Kingdom Comic Art Convention) booklet drawn by Alan Davis of the New Mutants.
New Teen Titans (1969 version)
And here you have it: the infamous drowning scene. Jafar’s minions throw Aladdin off a cliff and into the water, where he sinks to the bottom thanks to the weight chained to his ankles. Not a whole lot to say here, really! We’re almost done with Aladdin, tomorrow we’ll get to the relevant portions of the final battle with Jafar
So here we are at last. The infamous drowning scene. We’re not actually going to get to the drowning itself today, because the part where Jafar’s guards grab and bind Aladdin is one of the best scenes you’ll see of the entire process of someone being grabbed and bound. We also see Abu nearby in a net while Aladdin himself is bound with heavy duty cuffs and chains and his protests are stifled with an over-the-mouth gag. (Yes, I know over-the-mouth gags don’t really do anything in real life, but they’re aesthetically pleasing.) I really especially like the frame where Aladdin is almost completely subdued and Jafar just slams his staff down on the ground just in front of his face, driving home the danger that he’s been captured by the villain. And then, of course, Aladdin gets bonked on the head and thrown off a cliff.
Speaking of Robin in peril, despite all its shortcomings, the 1995 film Batman Forever featured a lot of excellent bondage imagery. Toward the film’s conclusion, the Riddler and Two-Face have Batman’s love interest (Dr. Chase Meridian, played by Nicole Kidman) and partner (Robin, played by Chris O’Donnell) trussed up and gagged in tubes suspended over a pit.
Don’t worry, we’ll get to Dr. Merdian—who, for what she lacks in personality, makes up for it with how amazing she looks in bondage—shortly, but for now here’s some pics of Robin in bondage. And, as an added bonus, a completely unnecessary duct tape gag! (Seriously. How was that remotely necessary? It sure is aesthetically pleasing, though!)
I wonder what Damian did with the JLA transporter so that Dick had to impose this
He worked out how to use it to teleport Tim’s clothes but without teleporting Tim.
landlocke asked: mirror meme: Vampire AU
Doug isn’t surprised to see himself in a coffin. Except for a few neat anomalies, almost every glimpse through the mirror has shown his tombstone or, worse yet, friends crying over him at the wake. This is no different.
Until his mirrorself’s eyes snap open and Doug shrieks so loud that Warlock rushes in to comfort him.
The room falls silent as Doug presses his face against Warlock’s chest, face flush with mortification as Warlock hugs him tight. He doesn’t care what the heck he saw in that mirror. He just wants his heart to stop racing.
"…..Query: How did mirrorfriend acquire such sparklesparkleshine?"
Oooh BURNNNNNN! ;)