gailsimone:

Oh, man. I love this photo.

this is why there’s an internet.

gailsimone:

Oh, man. I love this photo.

this is why there’s an internet.

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fredhembeck:

Published back in the June 1994 issue of Marvel Age Magazine (#137), the above strip takes on an extra resonance this particular weekend. Of course, James Cameron never did helm a Spidey flick—the original OR the remake—but hey, maybe the third time’ll be the charm for Jimmy boy! (Oh, and those last few panels refer to a little accident that had  (then) recently waylaid a prominent member of the Direct Competition, forcing a substitute onto the streets of Gotham for way too long of a time.) 

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threepanelbookreview:

Piece for McSweeney’s San Francisco Panorama, January 2010.

yay learning!!

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The other day I was saying to myself “Self, you need to tell more people about that book you wrote.”
So here I am again, talking about Reboot Your F*cking Computer (or, as I sometimes refer to it, “How I Learned to Stop Troubleshooting and Start Power Cycling”).
Buy it for Kindle here. Tell your friends. Laugh. Cry. Then ask me to sign your e-reader. Because it’s the best five bucks you’ll ever spend.

The other day I was saying to myself “Self, you need to tell more people about that book you wrote.”

So here I am again, talking about Reboot Your F*cking Computer (or, as I sometimes refer to it, “How I Learned to Stop Troubleshooting and Start Power Cycling”).

Buy it for Kindle here. Tell your friends. Laugh. Cry. Then ask me to sign your e-reader. Because it’s the best five bucks you’ll ever spend.

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the-foxiest-box:

I have watched 2:40 hours of pingu so far.

I am creating a compilation of every NOOT NOOT in the entire series.

I am destroying myself.

This is it so far.

I’m obsessed with this compilation for reasons I can’t explain

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seanhowe:

Brad Ricca on the real-life inspirations for the Batmobile.

why oh why has nobody ever mass produced the corsair design??

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I haven’t gone in a long time [to a Masters of Horror dinner]. I went to the first few and it was a lot of fun. [..] Then, it sort of became something else. I think the night that got me— David Cronenberg showed up. And he’s an old friend of mine. And unfortunately, he takes himself so seriously these days…He’s an artist now. And literally, he was holding court in the middle of the room, so I came over to talk to him. And he didn’t look at me. And I thought, this is enough of this, forget it, goodbye. And I walked out, I thought, I don’t need this anymore. And you know, fine, Eli Roth with his Hollywood hair … Darren Aronofsky, secretly I think hates horror films… Let the geniuses go. Let them go— let them be geniuses. I’ll stay home.

[Interviewer: Play X-Box?] Hell yeah.

John Carpenter. (via twiststreet)

This is not my beautiful house.

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As much as I like the idea of a shoot-from-the-hip kind of guy stepping into a party and deflating pomposity, I have to wonder if Carpenter just has a weird anti-intellectual streak.

From the New York Times:
"There is also a revival of interest in his Reagan-era alien movie They Live, with rumors of a remake and a recent book about it by the novelist Jonathan Lethem, the winner of a MacArthur grant.

This seems to make Mr. Carpenter somewhat uncomfortable. After listening to a passage from Mr. Lethem’s book praising one famously long fight scene involving Keith David and the wrestler Roddy Piper, Mr. Carpenter scoffs. ‘Dude, he was a wrestler,’ he says. ‘I cast a wrestler. We just wanted to put on a show, because this was a wrestler. I like what this genius writer says.’

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just-judi:

tastefullyoffensive:

Before and After Pictures of Animals Growing Up [via]

Previously: Animals Using Other Animals as Pillows

Omfg I 💘 this!!

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just-judi:

k1mkardashian:

what the fuck did i just watch… omg is this real?

You ask what my spirit animal is?
Bernice.

WAT

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themarvelageofcomics:

Illustrated letter sent to Jim Shooter concerning his authorship of AVENGERS by Fred Hembeck

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