From this episode apparently. So it seems I need to watch more Brave and the Bold.

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touchofgrey37:

GUYS

THEY’RE RERELASING THE SUPERDICTIONARY

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IT’S $16

IT COMES OUT THIS WEEK

AND THAT’S WONDERFUL

(counts how many nieces and nephews he has)

(orders that quantity plus one)

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weirdvintage:

"Relax.  When the "Libs" call us names like that it really means they think we’re rugged, masculine, virile.  Like these new Hush Puppies."—1971 (via SenseiAlan on Flickr)

At least the proto-MRAs had nice shoes back then.

weirdvintage:

"Relax.  When the "Libs" call us names like that it really means they think we’re rugged, masculine, virile.  Like these new Hush Puppies."—1971 (via SenseiAlan on Flickr)

At least the proto-MRAs had nice shoes back then.


rraaaarrl:

:(

Would like to note my disappointment in the lack of Mantis in that movie (that I haven’t seen yet, busy busy busy.)

rraaaarrl:

:(

Would like to note my disappointment in the lack of Mantis in that movie (that I haven’t seen yet, busy busy busy.)


Peggy speaks truth here. Whenever I’m in Phoenix my thoughts are: “Why? Why here? Why does this exist?” I think the place is a giant real estate scam, basically.

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udhcmh:

John Carter of Mars, February 1952. #375 in the Dell Four-Color line.

The squarest version of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Mars stories ever.

The Dell John Carter comics are a weird mirror universe version of the timeless Edgar Rice Burroughs stories. In the stories and most adaptations, exoticism is turned up to 10 and clothing down to 1 (or less). In the Dell version, exoticism is turned down to 1 and clothing is turned up to 11.

Sure, there are thoats, and banths, and calots but John Carter looks like someone’s dad, Dejah Thoris isn’t red and dresses like a 50s housewife, Tars Tarkas looks like a character from The Wind in the Willows, and everybody is wearing as much clothing as possible.

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love-and-radiation:

docshaner:

A few weeks ago, friend Benito Cereno put out this challenge of an all-female, 7-member Justice League. When I did those “My 5 favorite X-Men” and “My 5 favorite Avengers” pieces a while ago I mentioned I probably wouldn’t do one for the Justice League because I didn’t think it would be that interesting, but I liked this twist. So, based on my initial picks, I used these as my warm-ups for the last few weeks. I can’t remember which order I did them in, but somewhere around Hawkgirl I just decided to do whatever I wanted design-wise instead of sticking to canon.

HEART. I really like this interpretation of Platinum, and Katma Tui looks great.

This would be a fabulous League.

love-and-radiation:

docshaner:

A few weeks ago, friend Benito Cereno put out this challenge of an all-female, 7-member Justice League. When I did those “My 5 favorite X-Men” and “My 5 favorite Avengers” pieces a while ago I mentioned I probably wouldn’t do one for the Justice League because I didn’t think it would be that interesting, but I liked this twist. So, based on my initial picks, I used these as my warm-ups for the last few weeks. I can’t remember which order I did them in, but somewhere around Hawkgirl I just decided to do whatever I wanted design-wise instead of sticking to canon.

HEART. I really like this interpretation of Platinum, and Katma Tui looks great.

This would be a fabulous League.


Every time this crosses my dash I think “the true story of the Attack on Titan guy.”

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romancecomics:

 Girls’ Love Stories  #150
comicbookcovers:

Girls’ Love Stories #150, April 1970, cover by Bill Draut

romancecomics:

comicbookcovers:

Girls’ Love Stories #150, April 1970, cover by Bill Draut