"Like, what blows me the most is that the last I heard of Robin Williams was that he was battling depression. If this is related, then it hits pretty close to home for me. I don’t know what he could have been going through, but depression is a bitch. Finding myself almost constantly depressed and others I know, please make an effort to talk to your loved ones. Help them through all the crap the world continues to just dump on people."

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sexincomics:

Saga, by Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vaughan.

fuckyeahfrankquitely:

A sketch from Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s All-Star Superman shows just how important posture is when it comes to concealing your super secret identity ;)

fuckyeahfrankquitely:

A sketch from Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s All-Star Superman shows just how important posture is when it comes to concealing your super secret identity ;)

(via bendiswordsforpictures)

"Comics is amazing because it is really one of the last pirate mediums – where one person can convey [his or her] complete artistic expression and get it out there to a wide range of people. On radio and TV, you need a license to do that. There is no government form you sign to make comics. You don’t have to take a licensing test to make comics. You can have an idea and make it real all on your own."

David Mack (from an interview in Brian Michael Bendis’ “Words for Pictures”)

(Source: johnathonolyon, via drdavidmrmack)

humansofnewyork:

“It seems that the more I tried to make my life about the pursuit of art, the more money controlled my life: collecting unemployment insurance, the humiliation of borrowing money from friends and family, tossing and turning at night while trying to figure out how to pay the rent. To survive I had to work hard jobs and afterwards I’d feel too tired and too stressed to paint. It’s very hard to create under those circumstances. Creativity is a delicate process. Often times I wonder if I should have just pursued a career for the first half of my life, obtained some degree of financial security, and then transitioned into art.”

humansofnewyork:

“It seems that the more I tried to make my life about the pursuit of art, the more money controlled my life: collecting unemployment insurance, the humiliation of borrowing money from friends and family, tossing and turning at night while trying to figure out how to pay the rent. To survive I had to work hard jobs and afterwards I’d feel too tired and too stressed to paint. It’s very hard to create under those circumstances. Creativity is a delicate process. Often times I wonder if I should have just pursued a career for the first half of my life, obtained some degree of financial security, and then transitioned into art.”

ungoliantschilde:

"Nighttime", by Caza. Published in Heavy Metal.

(via comicblah)

(Source: 1210foto, via fyeahfightinggames)

pissedoffgil:

u might see us in the club hittin this move.

pissedoffgil:

u might see us in the club hittin this move.

(Source: coalgirls, via pnutxxx)

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cowsgomoose:

Sailor Moon.

SNK Boss
An AI boss that ignores the established “rules” of the game. This can range from the relatively benign, such as superior health and strength, to the downright unfair, such as unblockable/unavoidable special attacks, the ability to recover health/meter, or the ability to instantaneously react to any attack by reading the player’s button inputs. Named for the notoriously challenging boss characters of SNK Playmore’s fighting game franchises.

Previous: Parries

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daverapoza:

The Rough Cat Saga. At least whats been done so far.

by Dave Rapoza 

tokyo-fashion:

Well-known Harajuku shironuri Uri wearing a black outfit with an Angelic Pretty star bag and Vivienne Westwood rocking horse shoes.

tokyo-fashion:

Well-known Harajuku shironuri Uri wearing a black outfit with an Angelic Pretty star bag and Vivienne Westwood rocking horse shoes.

daverapoza:

Gravity #roughcat #toughcat

daverapoza:

Gravity #roughcat #toughcat