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What was a policeman, if not a civilian with a uniform and a badge? But they tended to use the term [civilian] these days as a way of describing people who were not policemen. It was a dangerous habit: once policemen stopped being civilians, the only other thing they could be was soldiers.
"Snuff" by Terry Pratchett (via knerdy)
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seriousjones:

friendly reminder that he cultural narrative of luigi being a coward is a myth manufactured by the mainstream media. luigi is very brave and can in fact jump higher than his deified, overexposed brother

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Guardians of the Galaxy Original Art auctions to benefit Bill Mantlo ending today!

multiversitycomics:

Just hours remain in our Bill Mantlo support fund auctions! Bid on some original art from artists like Tradd Moore, Rafael Albuquerque, Declan Shalvey, Jenny Frison and more, and all proceeds will go to support Rocket Raccoon’s creator Bill Mantlo!

Boost the signal and help us raise more money for Bill!

View the auctions here.

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thebaxterbuilding:

Jack Kirby throws together a little something for Paul and Linda McCartney.

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denchgang:

amoyed:

hey where my baes at

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hackedy:

I’m pretty pleased with the 12th doctor

(Source: stonedpervert)

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thecomicsvault:

I often get asked “why do you post so much hip hop music on this blog?” and “what’s the connection between comics and hip hop culture?”. To which I answer: “BECAUSE.” and “BASICALLY EVERYTHING!”.

From their underground beginnings, to their acceptance in mainstream culture. From the similarities between over the top characters, the super groups, the feuds, the team-ups and their ability to advance their art form and re-invent themselves and their medium over the years.

Hip Hop and comic books will always be linked, and my love for both is the main inspiration for this blog.

Above is selections from
Ed Piskor’s HIP HOP FAMILY TREE TWO-IN-ONE
from this past Free Comics Day. It illustrates better than I could how closely linked the two mediums are. 

(Reblogged from fantagraphics)

beckycloonan:

A bunch of palm-sized sketches I will have for sale at MondoCon this weekend in Austin, TX!

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