Taco found this little treasure over on etsy, the ‘net’s home for all things handmade. While some may argue that it’s not technically fanart, it is frickin’ adorable so we’re putting it up as fanart. The artist offering up this felt flyer also has several other plushies in her store, including a super-awesome Loki complete with helmet-horn things.
And since I couldn’t help but browse around her shop, here’s a bonus Joker.
Title: Batman Arkham Asylum: The Untold story
Media: Video Game
Topic: Batman: Arkham Asylum
URL: Chapter 1
URL: Chapter 2
URL: Chapter 3
Critiqued by Ghostcat
Good :insert current time of day here: to you, my wonderful Patrons! I’m here today with a delightful little one-shot from the video games section, specifically Batman: Arkham Asylum. While I am not much of a gamer myself, I do have a certain … fondness for the Caped Crusader so I’ve watched a number of walkthrough videos on YouTube. For some reason, even though this fic is called “The Untold story” it is about ninety-five percent straight plot regurgitation. (The remaining five percent is author insertion.)
Hello again, my beloved Patrons! I’m taking a break this week from My Angel so that I may bring you a special Batman riff in honor of the opening of the new Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises.
Now, I’ve said before that I don’t do riffs on Batman fanfics because of my tendency to become a
raving, frothing-at-the-mouth fangirl little overly emotional regarding the subject matter. However, I don’t have a problem if the fic is: A) bad enough, and B) doesn’t contain the Dark Knight. This one fits both criteria – and it’s a Twilight crossover! (Twilight truly is the town bicycle of fanfiction.)
And I swear I’m not just riffing this fic so I have an excuse to rent an authentic Batsuit from Al’s Costume Barn and wear it while I’m sitting at home typing on my laptop. (I’m at work. Bless you, Casual Fridays!)
Title: Batpink: I AM THE NIGHT
Topic: My Little Pony/Batman crossover
URL:Batpink: I AM THE NIGHT – Chapter Two
Critiqued by The Psychic Librarian
Contrary to my plea at the end of the last installment of Batpink: I AM THE NIGHT, the author has written another chapter for Pinkie Pie, the fearless avenger, to bounce around in. To begin, I should give you a quick summary of what occurred in the rest of this story. Where in the world of magical plastic ponies do I begin? Ok, so Pinkie Pie is a ditz of a My Little Pony who has friends with very low I.Q.s and an even lower number of words in their vocabularies. Many of these words were used as sound effects in Batman comics, hence their use here (I think, that may be giving the author too much credit). Pinkie Pie became Batpink, a superhero that begs the question “How did she even survive this long before she decided to fight crime?”, after her parents were turned into an abstract painting on the forest floor by some Manticores. Manticores are apparently monsters that hate small plastic ponies with that My Little Pony plastic smell. Anyone who ever touched one of those things knows the smell I mean. In her search for vengeance, Pinkie Pie has determined that a pony has been helping the Manticores and she is outraged. As she bounces around in outrage, she is missing out on a slumber party with all of the My Little Ditzes over at Applejack’s orchard. This, I assume, is before Applejack sold out and became a cereal (Applejacks is made of pony!). As she bounces around singing her own theme song to herself, Pinkie Pie uses all manner of nifty/lame technological gadgets. When I say nifty/lame, it’s because they are all Batman gadgets that have been given My Little Pony names and sometimes changes. When Pinkie Pie discovers that Applejack’s orchard is ablaze threatening the whole apple crop and her friends, she is confronted by a mysterious pony with bat wings and a lisp. It announces that it’s name is Black Snootie and takes pleasure in taking the credit for the fire. That is where we left off.
Hello everyone! Sorry for the late post today. I was up about 23 hours yesterday before I got to go to bed and the fact that I hadn’t done a Sunday post yet completely slipped my addled brain.
So, today we have some good Batman fanart for you of The Riddler.
This was found on DeviantArt and it looks pretty close to the Batman Animated Series Riddler. So now you have a face for Ghostie’s “No Title” riff!