Another Thin Man (1939)

(via dirtyriver)


swedishjazz:

This is the best. Cover. Ever.
Of all time.

swedishjazz:

This is the best. Cover. Ever.

Of all time.

(via hamstergal)


hypercrisisisforreal:

Captain (or Ms.) Major of Earth 8 

Hee hee, just realized her name would be Captain Major. Her sidekick is Private Corporal.

hypercrisisisforreal:

Captain (or Ms.) Major of Earth 8 

Hee hee, just realized her name would be Captain Major. Her sidekick is Private Corporal.


spiderjewel:

I heard a joke once: Man goes to doctor. Says he’s depressed. Says life is harsh and cruel. Says he feels all alone in a threatening world. Doctor says, “Treatment is simple. The great clown Pagliacci is in town tonight. Go see him. That should pick you up.” Man bursts into tears. Says, “But doctor… I am Pagliacci.”

Good joke. Everybody laugh. Rorschach the hit of the party. Everybody love Rorschach. Rorschach dance the night away.



18mr:

We’re all about an Anna May Wong biopic.
But why not cast a Chinese American actress, and work with Asian American writers?
My guess is Fan Bingbing will be a big draw in the international market. But still.

If this was an American production casting Fan Bingbing would be both preposterous and (sadly) predictable, but at least protesting against it would have some momentum. But this is a Chinese production for (I assume) a Chinese audience (with delusions of crossover appeal it sounds like) and it’s going to be as much about AMW as Memoirs of a Geisha was about geishas. An American _has_ to play AMW for it to be meaningful. 
It is shameful that Hollywood is being beaten to the punch by the Chinese for a biopic of one of their most significant figures, as well as suggestive of how little progress Hollywood has made with casting Asian-Americans since AMW’s time.

18mr:

We’re all about an Anna May Wong biopic.

But why not cast a Chinese American actress, and work with Asian American writers?

My guess is Fan Bingbing will be a big draw in the international market. But still.

If this was an American production casting Fan Bingbing would be both preposterous and (sadly) predictable, but at least protesting against it would have some momentum. But this is a Chinese production for (I assume) a Chinese audience (with delusions of crossover appeal it sounds like) and it’s going to be as much about AMW as Memoirs of a Geisha was about geishas. An American _has_ to play AMW for it to be meaningful.

It is shameful that Hollywood is being beaten to the punch by the Chinese for a biopic of one of their most significant figures, as well as suggestive of how little progress Hollywood has made with casting Asian-Americans since AMW’s time.


supervillain:

Suspiria (1977), dir. Dario Argento. 

Tone shifts.

#jessica harper’s face


comicbookcovers:

Captain Rocket #1, November 1951

Cannot immediately google a cover artist for this. Allegedly Harry Harrison (who became a SF writer) and Wally Wood may have collaborated on it?

comicbookcovers:

Captain Rocket #1, November 1951

Cannot immediately google a cover artist for this. Allegedly Harry Harrison (who became a SF writer) and Wally Wood may have collaborated on it?


popeyepanels:

Danger lurks.
E.C. Segar, 1933.

popeyepanels:

Danger lurks.

E.C. Segar, 1933.