Wonder Woman and sassy Batman. This image is based off of a series of tweets by Chris Sims that I included above. I thought it was funny, so I drew it.
Love x 1,000,000,000.
Would reblog again.
Little League #27 by Yale Stewart
Characters © DC Comics. Creative content © Yale Stewart.
Now, I try to keep my personal input on this Tumblr to a minimum, but I think given the events of this past weekend, I ought to say something.
First, I’d like to welcome all my new followers to this blog. This comic is a joy for me to produce, and it elates me to know that so many of you not only find “Little League” enjoyable, but worth coming back to. Many thanks.
Next, I’d like to send a huge thank you to Lauren Davis and iO9 for the wonderful, wonderful write-up they gave this strip. I cannot even begin to express my gratitude to them for what they’ve done. The article has had a huge impact, and I can comfortably say that any good things coming my way in the near future are probably attributable to it.
And finally, I’d like to thank all the followers that have been here from the very beginning, when strips weren’t even colored. Your long-lasting support has gotten me to where I’m at now, and I can’t thank you enough.
I hope everyone enjoys today’s update, and many more into the future. As far as I’m concerned, the best is certainly yet to come.
The Adventures of Ordinary Batman by Sarah Johnson
It stands to reason that since Batman is kind of just a regular guy, the comics are kind of lax in portraying his more normal adventures. In her spare time, Sarah began doodling some of Bat’s more mundane capers, like fishing, riding a swing tire, and scooping up the poop of an adorbzable kitteh. A motion I propose to the Internets: this is all official canon now. If we all pretend hard enough, they’ll have to make it true, right?