wilwheaton:

omegaismymiddlename:

sirdef:

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OH MY GOD

can we just talk about how great the joke is since David Aja the artist is also famous for doing the Iron Fist Immortal Weapons series with Fraction and his Danny Rand looks a lot like his Clint Barton 

Perfect

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My custom handpainted Evil Baby Orphanage card-deck box, designed and painted by ace-of-spades-xiii. #DFTBA.

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thestolendeity said: Once you get this you have to say five things you like about yourself, publicly, then send this to ten of your favorite followers :D

I’m not a performing monkey, you know. ;)

Very well, then. With tongue planted firmly in cheek…

1. My incredibly good taste in books, films, music, food and friends.

2. My tattoos - even the one I’m having lasered off, because it seemed like a good idea at the time.

3.My incredibly chilled attitude towards life/other people.

4.The fact that I can arm-wrestle people with my toes.

5. My frankly inhuman levels of modesty and charm. :3

Right, done.

ace-of-spades-xiii, awyeahbiscuits, rauljuliawasagod, thisisnotamarisa, tardisparkingonly,@chi-hullo-lili, jcworldblog, theforgecg, arethereanyspiritshere, @kerplunkerfish… consider yourselves tagged.

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After Multiversity #1, I decided it was time I took a closer look at the work of Grant Morrison. First up, his debut working at DC Comics, Animal Man.

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popemorose:

hornyteen1936:

the baby boomer culture: how an entire generation literally will not shut up about young people doing things they enjoy

The Divorce Culture: how an entire generation couldn’t keep it together, and forgot how to not project their insecurities onto children.

popemorose:

hornyteen1936:

the baby boomer culture: how an entire generation literally will not shut up about young people doing things they enjoy

The Divorce Culture: how an entire generation couldn’t keep it together, and forgot how to not project their insecurities onto children.

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bogarted:

Women in Pre-Code Hollywood

During the days of silent film women were often portrayed as simple stereotypes, the ingenue, the saint, the fallen woman or the vamp, to name a few.

However during the what is now known as the Pre-Code era, the portrayal of women in film, grew from the stereotypes like the ingenue and the vamp into something more.

No longer stereotypes, these screen women had become complicated. This combination of sensuality, independence and playfulness, made them fascinating to watch and completely modern - Complicated Women (1993)

Women were shown to be independent, clever, capable and free to enjoy themselves in whatever way they chose to without consequence.

The Hays Code - stifling the cinematic arts from 1930 to 1968, all in the name of patriotism and moral fibre.

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This week we have a bumper edition of Thor’s Comic Column with some outstanding reviews from my colleagues of the latest and best in comics (I should know - I filled in as editor this week). Enjoy.

youve-got-your-love-online:

"MR. GREEN! MR. GREEN!"

I basically watch Crash Course for Me From The Past. MFTP wears some COOL T-shirts!

MFTP Appreciation - I

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