Just remember:

wordishness:

You can’t de-asshole some people.

27 July 2014 ·

comicsalliance:

MARVEL ANNOUNCES MARK WAID’S S.H.I.E.L.D. AND MORE AT NEXT BIG THING PANEL
By Andrew Wheeler
Marvel really likes to spread its announcements around at San Diego Comic-Con, and that’s never more evident than at the publisher’s final panel of the weekend, which it calls ‘Next Big Thing’, possibly because Columbo has a prior claim on using the phrase, ‘One More Thing,’ just as you’re getting ready to leave.
The major new announcement out of the Next Big Thing panel is that Marvel is finally going to publish a new S.H.I.E.L.D. book (which I’ll henceforth refer to as SHIELD, because no-one has time for that much punctuation). Mark Waid will write the new series, with Carlos Pacheco on issue one and a rotating team of artists thereafter. Agent Phil “Cheese” Coulson will be the book’s lead, and each issue will tell a self-contained story.
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Never stopped Steve Jobs… ;-)

comicsalliance:

MARVEL ANNOUNCES MARK WAID’S S.H.I.E.L.D. AND MORE AT NEXT BIG THING PANEL

By Andrew Wheeler

Marvel really likes to spread its announcements around at San Diego Comic-Con, and that’s never more evident than at the publisher’s final panel of the weekend, which it calls ‘Next Big Thing’, possibly because Columbo has a prior claim on using the phrase, ‘One More Thing,’ just as you’re getting ready to leave.

The major new announcement out of the Next Big Thing panel is that Marvel is finally going to publish a new S.H.I.E.L.D. book (which I’ll henceforth refer to as SHIELD, because no-one has time for that much punctuation). Mark Waid will write the new series, with Carlos Pacheco on issue one and a rotating team of artists thereafter. Agent Phil “Cheese” Coulson will be the book’s lead, and each issue will tell a self-contained story.

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Never stopped Steve Jobs… ;-)

27 July 2014 ·

boomerstarkiller67:

Blueberry - Moebius

boomerstarkiller67:

Blueberry - Moebius

27 July 2014 ·

blue-author:

blessedwithgloriousbutt:

maycontainfeminists:


One of the best examples of artistic integrity on a corporate scale.

wow. 

No matter how many times I see this, I never fail to be impressed by that last sentence.


I feel like the most important line in this is “These depictions were wrong then and are wrong today.” Most often a statement like this is used to simply cover, to gloss over, as if being a product of one’s time is an excuse or defense rather than a partial explanation.

Bravo.

blue-author:

blessedwithgloriousbutt:

maycontainfeminists:

One of the best examples of artistic integrity on a corporate scale.

wow. 

No matter how many times I see this, I never fail to be impressed by that last sentence.

I feel like the most important line in this is “These depictions were wrong then and are wrong today.” Most often a statement like this is used to simply cover, to gloss over, as if being a product of one’s time is an excuse or defense rather than a partial explanation.

Bravo.

(Source: best-of-imgur, via tedfromtheinternet)

26 July 2014 ·

saddyke:

The greatest photoset on tumblr

Agree.

(Source: ameliajunex, via violetmonroe118)

17 July 2014 ·

kirbymuseum:

Have you been electrocuted in the mind by Jack Kirby’s work? Attending SDCC? Come by the Jack Kirby Museum’s booth #5520 and buy our cosmic new “Electrocute” T-shirt!

If I was going this year, fur shure.

kirbymuseum:

Have you been electrocuted in the mind by Jack Kirby’s work?
Attending SDCC?
Come by the Jack Kirby Museum’s booth #5520 and buy our cosmic new “Electrocute” T-shirt!

If I was going this year, fur shure.

16 July 2014 ·

georgetakei:

Don’t poo poo this joke. 

Can’t… not… reblog…

georgetakei:

Don’t poo poo this joke. 

Can’t… not… reblog…

16 July 2014 ·

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Hellish Comcast Call Sets New Standard for Shitty Customer Service

I love how a lot of the comments are trying to turn Comcast into the victim here and berating Ryan for not asking for a supervisor. He shouldn’t have to. It isn’t like Comcast is bleeding customers, as for many, it is the only choice they have for decent Internet service. If it were me, I would be more compelled to comeback to Comcast if my new service presented any type of long term issues.

16 July 2014 ·

classictrek:

The story for “The Ultimate Computer” was written by Laurence N. Wolfe, whose career as a mathematician led to his fascination with computing technology. His initial outline focused on Dr. Daystrom and the M-5 unit, almost entirely excluding the crew of the Enterprise. D.C. Fontana, seeing an opportunity for a good story from such clunky beginnings, focused on how James T. Kirk reacts to a computer that could theoretically do his job for him and his fear of being replaced.

I love everything about this episode except the tag. The M-5 has just killed the crew of an entire Constitution Class starship, and instead of a solemn ending, Spock insults McCoy and we laugh ourselves off to the next mission. How fun!

15 July 2014 ·

Government Scientists: Hey, you know why Antarctic ice is growing? Global warming

poorrichardsnews:

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We reported recently on the fact that Antarctica is experiencing a record amount of ice. Well, you can probably guess what government scientists are blaming it on. That’s right. Global warming.

From the DC:

Government scientists are not only blaming global warming for the centuries-long…

It is global climate change. Cold places get colder, warm places get warmer. You can deny reality all you want, it’s happening.

(via don56)

10 July 2014 ·

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