takkytakk:

I do not understand your desire for self-destruction
I'm not about to debate this with a computer 

-

I do not understand 
I do not either. it is just a feeling

Their first, and last words to one another

First of all, how dare you.

Second of all, *turns to Jim and Giancarlo* how dare you.

I love it, but oh my heart.

giancarlovolpe:

brigantes:

E M O T I O N S  D E T E C T E D

Did anyone (other than this Manhunter) notice that even then, Razer’s hope was staring to outweigh his rage?

Sir. *gesticulates in a distressed fashion* SIR. 

butt-zombie-butt:

Malin reminded me of how my two fave D.C. shows are canceled and never coming back and im so upset forever.
I also havent drawn anyone in a long time
wow i forgot what they look like.

butt-zombie-butt:

Malin reminded me of how my two fave D.C. shows are canceled and never coming back and im so upset forever.

I also havent drawn anyone in a long time

wow i forgot what they look like.

HERE ARE SOME AWESOME PICTURES (AND A SEXY SELFIE ;D) FROM OUR RAZAYA COSPLAYS~

****NOTE: You should read the captions :D

Aya Cosplayer: Euphoric
Razer Cosplayer: Mr. Nikochu (Me! :3)

EDIT: I had to repost it because the tags weren’t working D:

Razer: Please Aya, don’t do this! Don’t leave me alone…

Aya: You will never be alone. You have a family now and somehow I know I will be with you to, watching over you, always.

Razer: I don’t understand.

Aya: I do not either. It is just… a feeling.

inbetweenthelineart:

nerdmeister:

Hello Fanterns,
Here is the writers’ board for #118, Prisoner of Sinestro, along with a few apologies.
First of all, a apologize for the soft focus.  Clearly, stalwart staffer Ernie Altbacker is a remarkably talented writer and a shockingly bad photographer. How the gifted Mark Hoffmeier turned that into a first draft is beyond me.
Secondly, about the profanity in Act II. I blurred it, but you still know it’s there.  Sometimes time-pressed producers use salty language in the Writers’ Room to get their points across quickly.  Sorry about that.  I’m working on it.
Many of you have rightly pointed out that Giancarlo and I intended this to be a horror episode.  It is also a “bottle episode,” a story that relies on intense character interaction in an existing confined space often for budgetary reasons (for example, if you’ve been creating entirely new and expensive worlds and species almost every week). The claustrophobia inherent in a bottle episode easily lends itself to horror.  Look!  There’s a gremlin on the wing of the plane!  I’m sure you can rattle off a dozen without much effort.  But I love them.
Perhaps not so surprisingly, to many, the most horrifying moment of the story was not when Neuroxis callously destroys thousands of Spider Guild nationals, nor when Hal’s BAMF idol cooly executes his own prisoner. It’s not even when Jason Spisak makes that astonishing noise as Razer’s body nearly chokes to death.
No, the most horrifying scene is when Neuroxis, in Razer’s body, toys with Aya before stealing the Spider Guild weapon.  And, yes, it’s true. As The Blog of Oa conjectured, GC and I were rubbing our hands and laughing maniacally down in the secret GL Producers Bunker as the scene aired. We were essentially offering the exact opposite of the Razaya moment many of you thought you wanted.
It’s easily the most disturbing scene because it is the most real. Here’s my end of G.I. JOE psa/Prince Adam “In today’s story…”.  Sometimes, even with people you love and trust, things do not go down the way you want them to.  Maybe the guy is stoned or drunk. Or maybe he (or, heck… she) is not the awesome person you thought they were.  In Aya’s case, he is literally not the guy she thinks he is. If you find yourself in a situation like this, GET THE HELL OUT OF THERE. Is the person you’re with acting weird? Is that incredibly creepy Freddie Wiedmann music playing in your head?  Time to go!  I realize the vast majority of you know this, but some of you are young and I want to make it absolutely clear that this scene is creepy and NOT sexy or romantic, so if you find yourself in it, you SKEDATTLE.
This incredibly creepy moment ends abruptly as Neuroxis gets the alien weapon he came for, leaving a very confused Aya.  In retrospect, I wish we’d ended the scene differently, with Aya fleeing.  It would’ve still been a very uncomfortable scene, but at least our heroine would’ve been modeling the correct response to a potentially dangerous moment.  That was my mistake.  Now you know.
And knowing is half the battle.
Jim aka Nerdmeister aka Saint Flawed
p.s. FYI, this story is our second crack at a Sinestro story.  Giancarlo and I broke a completely different tale when under the impression that Thaal was off limits due to the live action movie.  In a bold, executive producer move, Bruce told us to go for Sinestro.  The first story is pretty awesome itself and, hopefully, if you’re very, very good, you’ll all get to see it someday.  If not, well… Ernie took a picture of the board.

This is why the GLTAS crew is the best. 
((For the record, I think that Aya staying was understandable? It fits her character in that when she is confused, she doesn’t exactly know what to do. But yeah, her leaving would probably have gotten the “DO NOT WANT” message across better, so either way works. Fantastic scene though. As uncomfortable as it makes me, I think it was the stand-out of the episode.))

inbetweenthelineart:

nerdmeister:

Hello Fanterns,

Here is the writers’ board for #118, Prisoner of Sinestro, along with a few apologies.

First of all, a apologize for the soft focus.  Clearly, stalwart staffer Ernie Altbacker is a remarkably talented writer and a shockingly bad photographer. How the gifted Mark Hoffmeier turned that into a first draft is beyond me.

Secondly, about the profanity in Act II. I blurred it, but you still know it’s there.  Sometimes time-pressed producers use salty language in the Writers’ Room to get their points across quickly.  Sorry about that.  I’m working on it.

Many of you have rightly pointed out that Giancarlo and I intended this to be a horror episode.  It is also a “bottle episode,” a story that relies on intense character interaction in an existing confined space often for budgetary reasons (for example, if you’ve been creating entirely new and expensive worlds and species almost every week). The claustrophobia inherent in a bottle episode easily lends itself to horror.  Look!  There’s a gremlin on the wing of the plane!  I’m sure you can rattle off a dozen without much effort.  But I love them.

Perhaps not so surprisingly, to many, the most horrifying moment of the story was not when Neuroxis callously destroys thousands of Spider Guild nationals, nor when Hal’s BAMF idol cooly executes his own prisoner. It’s not even when Jason Spisak makes that astonishing noise as Razer’s body nearly chokes to death.

No, the most horrifying scene is when Neuroxis, in Razer’s body, toys with Aya before stealing the Spider Guild weapon.  And, yes, it’s true. As The Blog of Oa conjectured, GC and I were rubbing our hands and laughing maniacally down in the secret GL Producers Bunker as the scene aired. We were essentially offering the exact opposite of the Razaya moment many of you thought you wanted.

It’s easily the most disturbing scene because it is the most real. Here’s my end of G.I. JOE psa/Prince Adam “In today’s story…”.  Sometimes, even with people you love and trust, things do not go down the way you want them to.  Maybe the guy is stoned or drunk. Or maybe he (or, heck… she) is not the awesome person you thought they were.  In Aya’s case, he is literally not the guy she thinks he is. If you find yourself in a situation like this, GET THE HELL OUT OF THERE. Is the person you’re with acting weird? Is that incredibly creepy Freddie Wiedmann music playing in your head?  Time to go!  I realize the vast majority of you know this, but some of you are young and I want to make it absolutely clear that this scene is creepy and NOT sexy or romantic, so if you find yourself in it, you SKEDATTLE.

This incredibly creepy moment ends abruptly as Neuroxis gets the alien weapon he came for, leaving a very confused Aya.  In retrospect, I wish we’d ended the scene differently, with Aya fleeing.  It would’ve still been a very uncomfortable scene, but at least our heroine would’ve been modeling the correct response to a potentially dangerous moment.  That was my mistake.  Now you know.

And knowing is half the battle.

Jim aka Nerdmeister aka Saint Flawed

p.s. FYI, this story is our second crack at a Sinestro story.  Giancarlo and I broke a completely different tale when under the impression that Thaal was off limits due to the live action movie.  In a bold, executive producer move, Bruce told us to go for Sinestro.  The first story is pretty awesome itself and, hopefully, if you’re very, very good, you’ll all get to see it someday.  If not, well… Ernie took a picture of the board.

This is why the GLTAS crew is the best. 

((For the record, I think that Aya staying was understandable? It fits her character in that when she is confused, she doesn’t exactly know what to do. But yeah, her leaving would probably have gotten the “DO NOT WANT” message across better, so either way works. Fantastic scene though. As uncomfortable as it makes me, I think it was the stand-out of the episode.))

yamileth15285:

RazAya Happy Easter by yamileth15285

mari-m-art:

I think Bunny-Razer is relevant during these days n___n

Happy Easter, everybody!! :D :D :D

inbetweenthelineart:

elfgrove:

mmemento:

inbetweenthelineart:

WHAT EVEN

bonus:

image

image

dialogue what’s that

I dont understand this

The extent of my understanding is that Aya has a lot of pics of Razer saved in her brain, for some reason Razer and Hal are having to go through those archives, and Hal is MAJI 2000% NOT OKAY with his little girl being so in love with Razer. Where are the saved images admiring her papa? STOP TAKING MY BABY GIRL’S ATTENTION.

SUMMARY: Aya was holding a Manhunter’s head and then suddenly shut down, so Hal and Razer shrunk themselves and went inside Aya to see what was wrong. They’re accessing her memory banks to see what happened when she touched the Manhunter, buuuuuut Razer’s more interested in looking at pictures of himself with a dopey expression on his face. And then Hal’s all “Okay lover boy, we got work to do.” (This scene is just so weird and I feel like there should be another panel between #2 and #3???)