I wonder, did he doctor just that particular newspaper, or did he mess with an entire batch of newspapers just to tell her he needs her?
Emma Peel’s numerous WTF expressions.
cinemaocd said: We recently downloaded The Avengers. We watched Mr. Teddy Bear but I wasn’t really feeling it. What episodes to you rec for a newb?
I’d say to start with an Emma Peel B&W ep if you haven’t already seen them.
1. Death at Bargain Prices
2. The Cybernauts
3. Town of…
Thanks so much for these! I will take this into account. I like Honor Blackman a lot, though I admit my previous viewing is limited to Green Grow the Rushes. What I’m saying is that I like Green Grow the Rushes a lot.
Death at Bargain Prices and Town of No Return are tops. for Gale I also like the episodes mentioned but I would add the Charmers… but I haven’t seen it in a while…
That awkward moment when you wear the same costume as your mortal enemy.
Diana Rigg as Mrs. Emma Peel in
The Avengers Series 4 Episode 18, “The Thirteenth Hole”
The Murder Market, The Avengers
“You’re always getting strapped to things, my dear.”
“Don’t let it give you ideas, Steed.”
Okay so do you remember the time that Matt Fraction described Clint and Kate’s relationship as ‘The Avengers (UK) of The Avengers (US)’?
Obviously I thought that was pretty badass, and had a jolly time drawing dapper-as-fuck!Hawkeyes.. it just took me awhile to figure out how to get Clint and Kate rocking a believable Steed and Mrs. Peel vibe. (If Clint’s suit looks familiar, congratulations, you get the other half of the joke.)
Starry-eyed gratitude to an archer (yes, that one specifically :D ) who very graciously provided reference images and general archery consultation. Seriously, this was way less cool before I begged him for input. Thank you, Archer!
Musical inspiration: Tank! (yeah, no, I couldn’t resist) And if you’ve read all the way to the bottom and are still confused, Hawkeye. Matt Fraction. David Aja. It’s a thing. Read the thing. Thank me later.
A plastic arrow narrowly misses her head and she immediately goes, “Ah! Steed’s here!”
“This, Steed, is what we call: Britain.”
“Fascinating, Mrs. Peel.”