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so i made myself some icons. please take, no permission needed. spread the kenuno love y'all. 60 total.
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Little Black Box

“Little Black Box.”

One-Shot. Idea popped into my head while I was writing another fic…

Whatever. DC owns.

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Beware the Ides of March

“Beware the Ides of March”

I don’t own any of these characters; they are all property of the wonderful DC. And the Ides of March…not my creation either. Read and review!


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Attention all Gotham City/Batman experts:

I have been doing some extensive research on the universities in the city of Gotham, and I've come across both a Gotham University and a Gotham State University. Wikipedia tells me that the comics version Jonathan Crane, AKA Scarecrow, was a professor at Gotham University, but was later fired. And then in the same article, under the Batman: The Animated Series section, it says he was a professor at Gotham State University. And then under the Batman Begins movie section, Jonathan Crane was a professor at Gotham University. However, in the DC Animated Wiki, it says Jonathan Crane was at Gotham University. But the regular Wikipedia thing said it was Gotham *State* University in the Animated Series.....and then there's Harley Quinn. Her DC Animated Wiki page says she went to Gotham University. Then her regular Wikipedia page says she tried to get into the Gotham State University *graduate* program, which of course isn't the same as regular graduate studies, but still......As you can see, I am thoroughly confused. And to make it worse, the only visual evidence I can find when I search Gotham University is a picture of the archway of Gotham State University, and it has the WB logo in the bottom, which means it is animated.... So, if anyone can possibly shed some light on my current state of confusion, that would be great. Do they both exist? Are they the same thing? Is one of them in the comics, and the other in the animated series? Is Wikipedia stupid? Am I looking too far into this?

Thanks to anyone who can figure this freaking thing out. I will forever be thankful. :)


New JLU Community

Hey all. As usual, here I am procrastinating anything that has to do with homework. So for the past few hours, I've been surfing through various communities that have to do with the Justice League. There are many, yes, but I want to find one that concentrates mostly on fanfictions of the DCAU, and more specifically the Justice League and Justice League Unlimited cartoon shows. There are a few, but they aren't too active. 

So basically what I'm trying to say is, if I created a community like this, would anyone be interested in joining it? I don't want to make one, get a few members who are active at first and then forget about it, and then the community is dead. That's no fun. If anyone is as obsessive as me about the JLU, then you should join. I just think it's so uber exciting to read fics based on the characters and events of the show. And it can be any kind of fic really, one-shots, super long ones, romance, slash, or just plain silly ones, who cares.

I just want to keep the creativity flowing and the world of the DCAU alive with anything you guys think up. Maybe I'm just going through withdrawals because I've pretty much read all the Question/Huntress fanfics out there, and I need a hit. Of course, I'm writing my own super duper long fic on the two of them, but it's nice to find other versions of their story out there. Anyways, if you might be interested in contributing to a community like this, get back to me. If this community does ever come into existence, I'll always be updating it because the Justice League is pretty much my life. 

So yeah, respond if you have the slightest bit of interest.

Huntress is kicked out of the Justice League for attempting to murder mob boss Steven Mandragora, the man responsible for her parents' death. She recruits the Question to assist her in finishing him off while Green Arrow and Black Canary attempt to thwart their efforts. This episode was originally intended as a Birds of Prey tribute (hence the selection of Gail Simone as writer), but evolved away from the original concept as the episode developed.