Thursday, August 21, 2014

sharhk:

did you fall from heaven bc so did satan

(Source: sharhk)


Stephen Strange in New Avengers 18
Stephen Strange in New Avengers 18

(Source: lornahs)

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
thecomicsvault:

COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP
E D D I E  B R O C K  /  V E N O MAmazing Spider-Man #315 (May 1989)Todd McFarlane (pencils/inks) & Bob Sharen (colors)

thecomicsvault:

COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP

E D D I E  B R O C K  /  V E N O M
Amazing Spider-Man #315 (May 1989)
Todd McFarlane (pencils/inks) & Bob Sharen (colors)

nevver:

Trippy, Dax Norman

comicsalliance:

FRANK MILLER: ‘THE 1940S-STYLE GENTLEMAN NEEDS TO MAKE A COMEBACK’
By Matt D. Wilson
For anyone who still had a little doubt in his or her mind about whether Frank Miller — the man who wrote and drew Sin City, which is basically all about tough guys fightin’ over dames (and also lady ninjas hanging out with prostitutes) — is nostalgic for a perceived golden age of dudeliness, look no further than his new 20Q interview in Playboy.
One of the interview’s wrap-up questions is about whether Miller prefers an old-fashioned ideal of masculinity, and Miller answers that he’d like to see “the 1940s-style gentleman” make a comeback.
“I believe it’s a biological function of men, because we tend to be larger than women, to be protective of them,” Miller said. “If I were to try to zero in, comic-book-like, on when masculinity went awry, I’d say it was when Rod Stewart sang, ‘You are my lover, you’re my best friend,’ rather than allowing there to be two people in his life who served two very important functions.”
Too bad, ladies. Frank Miller does not want to be your best friend.
Here are some additional highlights from the interview:
READ MORE HIGHLIGHTS (?) AT COMICS ALLIANCE

comicsalliance:

FRANK MILLER: ‘THE 1940S-STYLE GENTLEMAN NEEDS TO MAKE A COMEBACK’

By Matt D. Wilson

For anyone who still had a little doubt in his or her mind about whether Frank Miller — the man who wrote and drew Sin City, which is basically all about tough guys fightin’ over dames (and also lady ninjas hanging out with prostitutes) — is nostalgic for a perceived golden age of dudeliness, look no further than his new 20Q interview in Playboy.

One of the interview’s wrap-up questions is about whether Miller prefers an old-fashioned ideal of masculinity, and Miller answers that he’d like to see “the 1940s-style gentleman” make a comeback.

“I believe it’s a biological function of men, because we tend to be larger than women, to be protective of them,” Miller said. “If I were to try to zero in, comic-book-like, on when masculinity went awry, I’d say it was when Rod Stewart sang, ‘You are my lover, you’re my best friend,’ rather than allowing there to be two people in his life who served two very important functions.”

Too bad, ladies. Frank Miller does not want to be your best friend.

Here are some additional highlights from the interview:

READ MORE HIGHLIGHTS (?) AT COMICS ALLIANCE

thecomicsvault:

Fantastic Four vs. The X-Men #3 (April 1987)Art by Jon Bogdanove & Terry Austin 

thecomicsvault:

Fantastic Four vs. The X-Men #3 (April 1987)
Art by Jon Bogdanove & Terry Austin 

Friday, August 15, 2014

GET TO KNOW ME MEME: [1/5] female characters » KATE BISHOP/HAWKEYE

↳ “Okay, look. My name is Kate Bishop, and I used to be Hawkeye and I guess I still am but I’m kind of on this whole summer voyage of discovery —”

(Source: meanwolfs-remade)

Thursday, August 14, 2014

reverseracism:

Jesse Williams is another Black Celebrity who is awake and conscious.

"I see it time and time again, and it doesn’t move the story forward. It just kind of cryogenically freezes us in this old racial paradigm." - Jesse Williams

thechanelmuse:

Get ‘em! John Legend stay woke.