September 2, 2014
comicbookcosplay:

Wonder Woman (JL: War)Cosplayer: Darth Kaoru FB / DA / TWPhotog: Jinka
Submitted by darthkaoru

comicbookcosplay:

Wonder Woman (JL: War)
Cosplayer: Darth Kaoru FB / DA / TW
Photog: Jinka

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September 2, 2014
brianmichaelbendis:

Being Alan Moore
by Flavio Pessanha

brianmichaelbendis:

Being Alan Moore

by Flavio Pessanha

(Source: momentofmoore)

September 2, 2014

colemanengle:

http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=preview&id=23342

CBR put up a preview for issue 2! Cool!

September 2, 2014
bromancing-the-stone:

The most ignored words in the world.

bromancing-the-stone:

The most ignored words in the world.

(Source: nothinglikeinthemovies, via who-gave-him-a-blog)

September 2, 2014

makos-lightningrod:

one of the most underrated and bamfest moments between two fabulous characters.

(via doodlestruck)

September 1, 2014
vuut:

Eventually got around to uploading my duck face selfie with Kelly Sue DeConnick!

This is actually the best

vuut:

Eventually got around to uploading my duck face selfie with Kelly Sue DeConnick!

This is actually the best

(via kellysue)

September 1, 2014

diancie:

ugly:

fuck her right in the

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September 1, 2014

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September 1, 2014

Yoooo remember this song?

(Source: charoite, via tunnuit)

September 1, 2014

micdotcom:

15 questions white people will never have to ask themselves

Many white people may never truly understand why incidents like the Michael Brown shooting infuriate blacks and other people of color — even when it’s clear that race plays a large, looming role in how the situation snowballed to the 18-year-old’s death.

This is in part because white people can move through daily life without constantly thinking about how their race will be perceived. Part of having white privilege is the freedom from worrying about racism, a freedom their black counterparts have never known. But it gives black people a unique yet challenging perspective by which they navigate the world. 

African-American scholar W.E.B. DuBois called this “double consciousness,” Follow micdotcom

(via maid-of-nope)

September 1, 2014
agentmlovestacos:

What would Rocket Raccoon do? #wwrrd #comics #Marvel (From The Legendary Star-Lord #3, on sale September 3.)

agentmlovestacos:

What would Rocket Raccoon do? #wwrrd #comics #Marvel (From The Legendary Star-Lord #3, on sale September 3.)

September 1, 2014

sassyvalkyrie:

interstellarmage:

i knew this guy in middle school who when asked about his future plans, even by school counselors or teachers would without fail always chant,

KICK ASS, GO TO SPACE
REPRESENT THE HUMAN RACE

i wonder what he’s up to these days.

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September 1, 2014
iamprincessash:

I don’t even care how this happened

iamprincessash:

I don’t even care how this happened

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September 1, 2014

… Bitch

 Bitch

(Source: chrisprattings, via doodlestruck)

September 1, 2014
comicsalliance:

DON’T EXPECT A DISNEY ANIMATED MOVIE SET IN THE MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE ANY TIME SOON
By Mike Sampson

When it was first announced that Disney was purchasing Marvel, the minds of many fans leapt immediately to the possibility of a Disney-Pixar animated Marvel movie. We’re sorta getting that in November with ‘Big Hero 6‘ but as that movie approaches, it’s become very clear that it’s not really much of Marvel movie at all, other than being loosely based on the obscure 90s comic. What fans really want to know is if we’ll ever see a Disney or Pixar animated movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. John Lasseter, who runs both Disney Animation and Pixar, has your answer: no
.
When asked by Vulture if he or anyone on his team had ever had talks with Marvel about collaborating on a project, Lasseter answered bluntly, “No, we haven’t.” And, it’s this next quote that makes us think those talks will never happen either. “If we went directly into the Marvel Universe, that would mean we’d work more directly with Marvel,” as if that were a bad thing.
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comicsalliance:

DON’T EXPECT A DISNEY ANIMATED MOVIE SET IN THE MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE ANY TIME SOON

By Mike Sampson

When it was first announced that Disney was purchasing Marvel, the minds of many fans leapt immediately to the possibility of a Disney-Pixar animated Marvel movie. We’re sorta getting that in November with ‘Big Hero 6‘ but as that movie approaches, it’s become very clear that it’s not really much of Marvel movie at all, other than being loosely based on the obscure 90s comic. What fans really want to know is if we’ll ever see a Disney or Pixar animated movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. John Lasseter, who runs both Disney Animation and Pixar, has your answer: no

.

When asked by Vulture if he or anyone on his team had ever had talks with Marvel about collaborating on a project, Lasseter answered bluntly, “No, we haven’t.” And, it’s this next quote that makes us think those talks will never happen either. “If we went directly into the Marvel Universe, that would mean we’d work more directly with Marvel,” as if that were a bad thing.

READ MORE