joehillsthrills:

A dorky reminder for a guy who seems to need one now and then.

joehillsthrills:

A dorky reminder for a guy who seems to need one now and then.

warrenellis:

From issue 4 of TREES, coming soon.

warrenellis:

From issue 4 of TREES, coming soon.

wilwheaton:

suicidegirls:

Bob Suicide

Bob is my friend. She is very pretty, and she’s a giant nerd for a lot of the stuff I am a giant nerd for. She’s good people.

wilwheaton:

suicidegirls:

Bob Suicide

Bob is my friend. She is very pretty, and she’s a giant nerd for a lot of the stuff I am a giant nerd for. She’s good people.

vgprintads:

"Burn:Cycle" [CD-i]

  • Video Games, November 1994 (#11)

(via gameological)

inkalypse:

In the first issue Clint gets shot in the arm while wearing a grey suit. The next time we see him in the suit, nineteen issues later, the sleeve is still torn in the place where he got shot. 

inkalypse:

In the first issue Clint gets shot in the arm while wearing a grey suit. The next time we see him in the suit, nineteen issues later, the sleeve is still torn in the place where he got shot. 

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comicartistevolution:

Bill Sienkiewicz 1990: Big Numbers #1

*sigh*

Big Numbers was to be an ambitious 12-part graphic novel by two of the biggest and revolutionary comic book masters at the top of their games.

It left the world of full-color spectacular fantasy superheroes behind and focused instead on grayscale renderings of a set of everyday lives thrown into chaos when an American-financed super-mall is constructed in their struggling English town.

Originally titled the The Mandelbrot Set, mathematic chaos theory factored heavily into the themes Moore was exploring. The story is expertly multi-faceted, as are the diverse, richly-layered characters that populate the town.

For a story that is built on a progressive development to be unfinished is tragic. That the project itself was thrown into chaos is tragically poetic.

Although Sienkiewicz’s art is largely denied the benefit of color, it is some of the most incredible of his career. He blends his signature expressionism with a level of realism never before seen in his work, and the juxtaposition is all the more powerful because of it. Befitting the mathematical theme of the story, the perfectly square pages are uniformly set on a repeating 4 × 4 grid with perfectly circular word balloons.

It was brilliant. It was revolutionary. And it was not to last…

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docgold13:

cut-out of ‘Aja-style’ Hawkguy showing us how to say “bro” in sign language.

Fraction & Aja’s Hawkeye #19 (the ‘sign language issue’) scheduled to hit the racks today.  can’t wait! 

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gaclive:

Round 2 of cosplaying Death at Comic Con! (and the studdly Deadpool dipping me would be the boyfriend).

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vandorwolf:

After con season is over, I really need to work on costumes I have had mostly finished for months. #Ginny from #PrettyDeadly has been ready since April, but I have yet to do a photoshoot. Must rectify this asap! #comic #cosplay

vandorwolf:

After con season is over, I really need to work on costumes I have had mostly finished for months. #Ginny from #PrettyDeadly has been ready since April, but I have yet to do a photoshoot. Must rectify this asap! #comic #cosplay

(via kellysue)

There is not going to be order just what it is.

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