Scenes From The Kind Of Bar That Probably Has A...
thefrenemy: The huddled masses wait in line. The huddles masses refuse to cover their legs with anything else but sparkles and moisturizer (for the ladies) and khakis (gents/any ladies who wear khakis). They wait patiently or not patiently or with bummed cigarettes for the hope that their ears will soon be draped in the sounds of Katy Perry or Robyn-pop stars with delicately placed y’s and...
Baby I'm howlin' for you.
APE IN A CAPE: I Don't Know What To Say →
kjsilopanna: gailsimone: I am a writer, even at the worst of times I am rarely at a loss for words. In this case, I am afraid words fail me entirely. I just received a note that verified a fear that had been lingering in the back of my mind since the tragic events in Aurora, Colorado. Not that long ago, I went to the first ever Denver Comic Con, the first large scale comics convention in the...
But great writing—great writing forces you to submit to its vision. You spend...– Zadie Smith, “Fail Better” —Alternately, reading Cheever in suburbia is the kind of experience where, afterwards, all you see are the lost bikes and tired fathers, and every house on the hill looks like a malignant bump on the horizon. (via mgpark)
Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.– Dr. Seuss (via kari-shma)
Oh my sweet Jesus fucking in hell I think I just...
The Internet map →
This might be the coolest thing I’ve ever fucking seen.
thismomentsforwomenincomics: “I’ve fought all my life for the freedom to choose the life I want to live, shellhead. I won’t have it any other way.” Ms Marvel #24 (1979) by Chris Claremont and Mike Vosburg
Starfire and Wonder Girl: BFFs →
thismomentsforwomenincomics: During 1984’s The New Teen Titans Judas Contract story line (art by George Perez, story by Marv Wolfman), Starfire connects pretty brutally with Wonder Girl during a battle staff training session. She shows concern for her friend, but since both WG and Starfire are bada$$, WG’s none the worse for the wear. I love how it depicts the characters as powerful warriors,...
THIS! moment: Jessica Jones
thismomentsforwomenincomics: When I introduce women who don’t read comics to comic books, I ALWAYS bring out Alias starring Jessica Jones. And I always introduce it with this scene. This scene is hilarious, and whenever I tell people about it, it always gets a good laugh. And every woman I’ve introduced to this book has fallen in love with Jessica. Why? Because she’s a really complex...