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razorsaw:

agelfeygelach:

razorsaw:

agelfeygelach:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

glueandpieces:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

katiaswift:

There’s a bit of Kamala in us all.

KAMALA IS TUMBLR <3

I lost it at “very claws”

And just look at her little anime sweatdrop as she fangirls over meeting Logan :D

adorable little shippy fangirl who plays mmos and speaks doge <3

All in all it’s a very funny scene, but the idea of fictional characters shipping each other in-universe unnerves me. O_o; I mean, RPF is this really dodgy thing in real life, and it’s basically the same thing from the character’s perspective…

I dunnow. ._. Maybe I’m just uptight.

Actually, it occurs to me now that her dialogue doesn’t affirm “shipping”, just teamups. I need to read this issue….

That’s good then. The Cyclops and Emma thing made me wonder though. Didn’t they break up?

it also implies that Wolverine both knows and cares about fanfic, which is odd.

Wolverine *does* hang around with teenagers all the time.

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fearofaghostplanet:

I bet Professor X is like “No, Eric. You can reason with him!”

note that in this case, the path of violence is throwing a fuckin’ rock at a dinosaur.

Isn’t Chuck a telepath?

They’d both lost their powers at the time, I believe.

(This somehow also allowed Xavier to walk.)

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alexhchung:

Spectacular Spider-Man #207 unpublished cover by Sal Buscema

Huh. The published issue features a team-up with the Shroud. I know the Shroud had a miniseries out around that time, but it still seems weird to sub out Ghost Rider for the Shroud, because…come on, the Shroud?

(via themarvelageofcomics)

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therobotmonster:

aceinnatailsuit:

sophiealdred:

i’m going to jail. i’m going. i’m leaving.

Are were sure this show is for children

The 80s were a hell of a drug.

Also, dang, man. DANG.

Dang.

what am i looking at? besides the obvious?

Edith Prickley: The College Years.

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monzo12782:

A Wendy’s Kids Meal bag that was given away with the chain’s Teen Titans cartoon-based toys. As neat as the promo was, being licensed by Wendy’s is the fast food merch equivalent of being told that your beloved franchise is getting sent to live upstate on a nice farm; in the end, the attached Bandai coupon lasted slightly longer than the show did, expiring about a month after the final Titans episode aired on TV.

(I don’t know why the coupon wasn’t valid in Quebec.)

I do like that the evil aliens who trapped Robin somehow created magical bricks that can only be destroyed by math-based karate. Really showing some initiative, those evil aliens.

Quebec has a ton of onerous regulations on contests and giveaways, so there are a lot of things that aren’t valid there.

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Marvel Time

underscorex:

agelfeygelach:

dr-archeville:

Time is a helluva drug…

The article makes mention of the problem of Magneto’s origins relative to this timeline’s constantly advancing start point, and one or more editors contributed the statement “Magneto’s ties to WW2 are unbreakable. There hasn’t been another tragedy of the same nature perpetuated on such a scale since (and hopefully never will be). Disconnecting Magneto from WW2 would take all the power of his personality from him.

That kind of ignores all the other genocides and mass murders that have occurred since, in my view. Now I’m pondering the possibility of a “Post-Millennial” reboot AU, where Magneto is an African man who survived the Rwandan Genocide as a teen or young adult, now in his late thirties.

My favorite example of this is the comic where Spider-Man goes to a broadcast of Saturday Night Live, and it’s the immediately-post Chevy Chase era.

Now, if all Marvel stories happen within a couple years of right-now, then the SNL cast that Spidey actually met has changed over time. At one point Spidey must have Partied On with Wayne & Garth, at another point, we got to see Robert Downey Jr. play a drunken Tony Stark on Celebrity Jeopardy!, etc etc etc.

Unfortunately, given the established nature of the Silver Samurai, he’s locked in there, as opposed to some other villain who coincidentally resembles an SNL bit.

"Moynihan, no!  That Drunk Uncle’s for real!"

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dion-thesocialist:

dr-fritz:

America’s fifty states have a lot in common, but if their internet search histories are any indication they also have significant differences. Estately ran hundreds of search queries through Google Trends to determine which words, terms, and questions each state was searching for more than any other. The results ranged from mildly amusing to completely disturbing. No doubt this information will come in handy for anyone trying to decide which state they want to buy a home in, especially for those curious how their potential neighbors spend their time online. 

log rolling are you shitting me

NC I am disappoint.

Georgia, on the other hand, is clearly the best non-Louisiana state in the south.

Note to self: visit Baltimore. Like, the nice parts, not the The Wire parts.

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agelfeygelach:

underscorex:

ilovecharts:

Hey Shark Week, sharks are cool, but they’re not even close to being the deadliest animal.

what the FUCK are those snails doing?!

the graphic mentions schistosomiasis, the result of a parasitic infection. The parasite’s life cycle involves freshwater snails- the snails dwell in water that humans may drink, and the parasites mature to leave their bodies and wind up in humans. Longtime infection can result in fatal organ failure or bladder cancer. (x)

See, I call bullshit here. Credit the parasite, not the vector of transmission.

Well, in that case, we should be giving credit for malaria to protozoans, not those glory-hogging mosquitoes.

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  • Question: I've got a toddler who can sing the 1960s Spider-Man theme song (kind of), but who hasn't seen any actual Spider-Man media. As a leading Spider-expert, what can you recommend that isn't too violent and is also actually good? - dinosaurrobo
  • Answer:

    Well, this is a tough one, inasmuch as a) Spider-Man is inherently kind of violent, and b) Spider-Man has rarely been well-served by TV. (The movies, I think, are right out, as they are pretty intense.)

    I’m going to recommend the first season of the 1967 Spider-Man TV series for starters - it’s charmingly retro, has no overarching plot, features a legitimately amusing J. Jonah Jameson, and is pretty harmlessly goofy. The later, Ralph Bakshi seasons are iffy - they might be a little too nightmarishly hallucinogenic for a toddler.

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What movie was #1 at the box office when you were born?

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darkarfs:

wienerherzog:

fairychinchilla:

kekkes:

zodiacbaby:

thomyth:

gyarados:

thegestianpoet:

oldfilmsflicker:

propertyoffrankgrimes:

neilcicierega:

mine is ‘The Fly’

Platoon.

Karate Kid 2

the mask omfg noo

Mrs. Doubtfire………………….

dumb and dumber :-(

FIRST WIVES CLUB YASSSSSSSSS

THE FLINTSTONES :-))

naturall born killers *flips everyone off*

i wasn’t gonna do this but i found out that IT’S HOUSE PARTY 2

On Golden Pond? 

Eh. Better than Natural Born Killers, anyway. 

10.

Invasion USA.  Lame.  Just missed having either Back to the Future or Commando…

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