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  1. Glad Dinah and Rene were so well represented! After last season I think we can all agree we need lots more of them.
  2. Using Beebo on the LoT advertising makes sense. For all of them you usually just have either a masked hero/heroes in typical superhero pose, or an ensemble in typical superhero poster pose. Flash, Arrow and Supergirl don't have anything eye-catching or new to make people curious. It's all been done before. You put a giant blue stuffed animal on a poster, and people who don't know Beebo are much more likely to go looking to see who he is.
  3. The Starling City Times: News and Media about Arrow

    Here's hoping they don't have her act like a hypocritical asshole. That's the most I can possibly hope for at this point.
  4. Spoiler Discussion Thread

  5. Spoiler Discussion Thread

    Could he be up there because he still has "Special Guest Star" billing?
  6. I think the Flash 100th is more likely to include a good old shit-talking about the characters on Arrow than actually weaving them into a 100th story if it isn't part of the crossover. Unless they invite Oliver over specifically to make jokes about him going to prison or talk about what a terrible person he is compared to Barry.
  7. Spoiler Discussion Thread

    Hellooooo Slabside Guard #2
  8. Spoiler Discussion Thread

    He's also one of Stephen's IRL friends. I wonder if he has any more actor buddies who are gonna show up in jail with him, LOL.
  9. Barry could slather himself in poo and spend the whole hour running around Central City in circles and that would be better treatment than Arrow got, LOL.
  10. He’s probably gonna ask whatever pre-approved questions the CW gives him.
  11. I mean, if Juliana wants to believe that for herself, then...fine, I guess? But apart from the points made above, I hate the thought that some impressionable person who admires her would read that and not seek medical attention for something that's causing her pain because she believes she should be able to think it away. It's irresponsible.
  12. I don't think they're a non-profit, I just think that if Shethority is the one collecting the money from Represent (and it seems as if they are, otherwise I'm not sure how they're keeping a portion of the proceeds), they should be upfront about what they're keeping and what's being passed on to the charities, otherwise it makes it seem like they're being vague because they're pocketing some of it. Previously they said that the proceeds were being split between charity and keeping Shethority running, so if they were making and keeping a profit, they were being dishonest. On the "about" page of their new site they do only state that "a portion of the proceeds" of merch sales are going to GirlForward, and don't say what the rest is going to. I'd still like to see them be transparent about how much money they're actually donating, but at least now the wording is vague enough that if the people behind the site are pocketing some of the proceeds, they aren't being dishonest about it. I think the new website is not the best design, but it is easy to navigate, and I like that. I also like that they're having the women involved write some of their own articles, but they need to be edited for content. I've only read Juliana's so far, and stuff like this is dangerous:
  13. Spoiler Discussion Thread

    If they aren't going to all disappear to death or parts unknown - which would be my preference - then I guess the next best thing would be for everyone to pretend last season didn't happen.
  14. No one said anyone is forcing people to donate to Shethority - of course people do it of their own free will, and if they don't care about how much of their money is actually making it to the cause they're supporting, then good for them. I don't think there's anything wrong with questioning it. And there's a big difference between donating to a celebrity's pet project movie/other revenue-generating project where they're up front about it being a moneymaker that you're contributing to in exchange for perks vs. donating to a group who says they're keeping some of your money for operating costs and donating the rest to charity. I'm not sure why they wouldn't want to disclose how much money they're donating to these causes - being transparent is in Shethority's own long-term best interest.