Batgirl (2000-2006) #65
"Trust? You? You — you suck. You are a… terrible father. Don’t know why… I bothered.”
Cass is just a tad too brutal for my tastes, but I again want to stress that moments like these make me feel like there’s still that relationship between Cain and Cass from back in Puckett’s run.
I honestly can’t tell you why I’ve come back to this issue as frequently as I have, I guess it’s because there’s just so many different scenes of Cass spending time and talking things out with multiple people in this issue. In that way, it feels the most connected to Cass’ relationship-based development in the prior runs. It’s hard to say, though I can say for sure that the parts I re-read the most are the scenes between Cass and Brenda and Cass and Bruce.
So, I guess there’s something one could make out of that.
Who is she?
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is probably the most widely used personality test in the world.
An estimated 2 million people take it annually, at the behest of corporate HR departments, colleges, and even government agencies. The company that makes and markets the test makes somewhere around $20 million each year.
The only problem? The test is completely meaningless.
Wonder Woman #165, OCtober 1966, cover by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito
Cops have been put on notice: Let the cameras roll.
Camera-shy cops across the city were reminded they can’t legally take action to stop someone from filming them while they’re on the beat, the Daily News has learned. The refresher was provided in a memo the chief of department’s office distributed to all police commands Wednesday.
“Members of the public are legally allowed to record police interactions,” the memo states. “Intentional interference such as blocking or obstructing cameras or ordering the person to cease constitutes censorship and also violates the First Amendment.”
Cops can take action if videographers and shutterbugs “interfere with police operations,” the memo notes.
spread this like wildfire
when you see abuse, take out your phone and film that shit.
Post it on youtube, send it to the news, let the whole world hear about it.
You don’t have to be any kind of official journalist. Anyone can do this. Never let them tell you differently.
But just a friendly reminder that you are not suddenly magically invincible while filming cops. Make sure that you’ve got a couple of pals to back you up - the cops might not be able to take legal action, but they sure as hell can still take physical action.
written by David Vern Reed
art by Shewldon Moldoff & Charles Paris
Bruce, was it seriously necessary to commission a like 40 foot painting of Catwoman just to show the police what she looks like?
written by David Vern Reed
art by Sheldon Moldoff & Stan Kaye