waitingforthet:

Just for the record, Illyana was making Kitty phase through beds years before Piotr finally managed to do it.

waitingforthet:

Just for the record, Illyana was making Kitty phase through beds years before Piotr finally managed to do it.

coolschmoolzines:

Hawkeye #19 was well worth the wait. I thought nothing would ever top Pizza Dog.

#19 is mostly in sign language with very little subtitles showing just how awesome the medium of comics can be.

inkalypse:

In the first issue Clint gets shot in the arm while wearing a grey suit. The next time we see him in the suit, nineteen issues later, the sleeve is still torn in the place where he got shot. 

This is a great comic book for this and many other reasons.

inkalypse:

In the first issue Clint gets shot in the arm while wearing a grey suit. The next time we see him in the suit, nineteen issues later, the sleeve is still torn in the place where he got shot. 

This is a great comic book for this and many other reasons.

zambiunicorn:

Satoshi Kon - Editing Space & Time

Tony Zhou : “Four years after his passing, we still haven’t quite caught up to Satoshi Kon, one of the great visionaries of modern film. In just four features and one TV series, he developed a unique style of editing that distorted and warped space and time. Join me in honoring the greatest Japanese animator not named Miyazaki.”

cries forever

art hero

(Fuente: ca-tsuka)

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typette:

sandandglass:

Video

colbert: love master.

I’m really interested in Colbert’s taking over a new show outside his Daily Show persona, because I think “sincere” Stephen is going to be even more deadly and powerful than his satire and irony.

m1k3y:

Bill Nye: We May Discover Life on Europa

This plan does not involve landing on Europa and therefore meets the approval criteria from Posthuman Flight Club.

Start sending your empty coffee cups to NASA now, or something.

as-warm-as-choco:

KILL la KILL (キルラキル) Animated Key-frames of Ryuko Matoi, Satsuki Kiryuin, The Four Devas and club leaders from KLK Opening #1, illustrated entirely by animator You Yoshinari (吉成 曜).

from The KILL la KILL Making Of Documentary (Part 2) (X)

This is tight design. 

as-warm-as-choco:

Little Witch Academia 2 Concept Artwork by You Yoshinari (吉成曜)

"Our schedule for April is to come up with a solid plot for the title. We thought it would be best for everyone if we can have Mr. Yoshinari illustrate an artwork based on the actual plot of the story." - TRIGGER (Read More)

Excited.

rakeeshsorrel:

ashashi-corner:

HE DID NOT GET ROB PAULSEN TO DO THIS

HE DID NOT

NOSTALGIA CRITIC HOW—!!!

YES

Oh my god.  My childhood.  It’s……….yes.

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unculture:

the rock is fucking precious

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cunningfoxwitch:

Altoid tin witches travel kit.

I always like to keep certain magical supplies on hand when I’m on the go, but I tend to put a vile in this pocket and a crystal in that pocket and I forget what is where.

Altoid tins make great organizers for when you’re out and about. I’ve also seen many people make travel altars with these for when they are away from home or if they are still in the broom closet.

This kit can be anything that you find is most important to have based in what you do. I’m a stickler for cleansing and protecting my surroundings. So my kit includes:

- Sea Salt
- Dragons Blood Salt
- Rosemary
- Smokey Quartz Crystal
- A wand (one that I made myself using fox bone, clear quartz point, and some tigers eye and fire agate beads)
- A Tea Light and some matches
- A striker for the matches glued to the lid
- Mini bowl made from epoxy clay
- Home made mini runes also made from epoxy clay.

What I love most about this tiny tin is that it can fit into a bag as small as a clutch or even your pocket and you’ll have everything you need.

So have fun and be creative with your kit.

kellysue:

comics-and-things:

The ups and downs of Big Two books. It takes me a few issues to get the hang of the artist (only for the artist to switch with the next arc…). 

I really liked Captain Marvel #4, due in large part to the introduction of Ja Kyee (“Jackie”) Lrurt and her candid, fluid personality. In the character’s first scene, David Lopez (artist) does a fantastic job of keeping the woman in constant motion — she’s athletic, she’s bright, and she has prehensile hair. But the best part about this interaction is the small stuff, as when she takes off her right glove to shake hands with Danvers in consecutive panels. Nice, easy, and fluid.

(from Captain Marvel #4)

That hair handshake is all David—not in the script. I looooove it.

kellysue:

comics-and-things:

The ups and downs of Big Two books. It takes me a few issues to get the hang of the artist (only for the artist to switch with the next arc…).

I really liked Captain Marvel #4, due in large part to the introduction of Ja Kyee (“Jackie”) Lrurt and her candid, fluid personality. In the character’s first scene, David Lopez (artist) does a fantastic job of keeping the woman in constant motion — she’s athletic, she’s bright, and she has prehensile hair. But the best part about this interaction is the small stuff, as when she takes off her right glove to shake hands with Danvers in consecutive panels. Nice, easy, and fluid.

(from Captain Marvel #4)

That hair handshake is all David—not in the script. I looooove it.

(Fuente: breakyoselffool)