17th September 2014

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annethecatdetective:

burning-high-rise:

whorishgreen:

whorishgreen:

I’ve never been more emotional about any social media post in my entire life

UPDATE: guys Beth Broderick tweeted yesterday that this Salem is THE SAME SALEM!!! He’s 20 years old man!!!! 20!

That Salem is still kicking is all I care about.

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17th September 2014

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ruckawriter:

comicsalliance:

BORN IN A WORLD OF TRAGEDY: GREG RUCKA REFLECTS ON HIS BATMAN WORK, PART ONE [INTERVIEW]
By Chris Sims
To say that Greg Rucka had a profound impact on DC Comics in the 21st Century is underselling things quite a bit. After arriving on the scene in the late ’90s, he became one of the few writers to have written all three of DC’s biggest characters, with critically acclaimed runs on Action Comics and Wonder Woman. It was on Batman, however, where he made his biggest impact, as one of the writers for the year-long No Man’s Land crossover, the relaunched “New Gotham” era of Detective Comics, and cowriter of the enduringly influential Gotham Central.

Today, we begin an in-depth look back at Rucka’s tenure on the Dark Knight, starting with No Man’s Land, both the comic and its surprisingly popular novelization, in which Gotham City becomes a dark dystopia following a cataclysmic earthquake; his feelings about the core idea of Batman; and his frustrations on seeing the Joker show up in the pages of Superman.
READ MORE

Had a lovely, long, and rambling chat with Chris Sims about my time in the Batman Universe. He’s easy to talk to. I’m not sure I’m that easy to listen to, but there you go….

ruckawriter:

comicsalliance:

BORN IN A WORLD OF TRAGEDY: GREG RUCKA REFLECTS ON HIS BATMAN WORK, PART ONE [INTERVIEW]

By Chris Sims

To say that Greg Rucka had a profound impact on DC Comics in the 21st Century is underselling things quite a bit. After arriving on the scene in the late ’90s, he became one of the few writers to have written all three of DC’s biggest characters, with critically acclaimed runs on Action Comics and Wonder Woman. It was on Batman, however, where he made his biggest impact, as one of the writers for the year-long No Man’s Land crossover, the relaunched “New Gotham” era of Detective Comics, and cowriter of the enduringly influential Gotham Central.

Today, we begin an in-depth look back at Rucka’s tenure on the Dark Knight, starting with No Man’s Land, both the comic and its surprisingly popular novelization, in which Gotham City becomes a dark dystopia following a cataclysmic earthquake; his feelings about the core idea of Batman; and his frustrations on seeing the Joker show up in the pages of Superman.

READ MORE

Had a lovely, long, and rambling chat with Chris Sims about my time in the Batman Universe. He’s easy to talk to. I’m not sure I’m that easy to listen to, but there you go….

Source: comicsalliance.com

17th September 2014

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rkodyrhodes:

I’m pretty sure that the expression "Hot Mess" was created for Dean Ambrose.

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17th September 2014

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cutelunaticfringe:

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17th September 2014

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thatshieldbitch:

DAYUM

thatshieldbitch:

DAYUM

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16th September 2014

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fleurdulys:

The Abduction of Ganymede - Peter Paul Rubens
1612

fleurdulys:

The Abduction of Ganymede - Peter Paul Rubens

1612

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16th September 2014

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sexygeriatrics:

buckysexual:

Sebastian Stan | A Lesson on Seducing and Getting Seduced

 (viarumlow)

definitely would

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16th September 2014

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16th September 2014

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jakerules425:

hveasey

jakerules425:

hveasey

15th September 2014

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shitloadsofwrestling:

Stephanie McMahon and Andre The Giant [1987]
I’m gonna be honest… at first glance, I thought this was a picture of a ventriloquist.

shitloadsofwrestling:

Stephanie McMahon and Andre The Giant [1987]

I’m gonna be honest… at first glance, I thought this was a picture of a ventriloquist.

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15th September 2014

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rainbowjoker:

I could literally just watch this for hours

rainbowjoker:

I could literally just watch this for hours

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15th September 2014

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superandgay:

bear1na:

Kill Bill - The Bride by Jim Cheung

Jim Cheung + Kill Bill = WIN.
I just rewatched this move just a few days ago, and I still love it just as much as the first time, if not more.

superandgay:

bear1na:

Kill Bill - The Bride by Jim Cheung

Jim Cheung + Kill Bill = WIN.

I just rewatched this move just a few days ago, and I still love it just as much as the first time, if not more.

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15th September 2014

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nevver:

Learning from mistakes

nevver:

Learning from mistakes

15th September 2014

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humansofnewyork:

We were eating lunch with the door open, and a monkey started to peek through the door.’Isn’t that cute?’ we thought. 'Hello monkey,' we said. Then the situation quickly deteriorated. 
(Dharamshala, India)

humansofnewyork:

We were eating lunch with the door open, and a monkey started to peek through the door.’Isn’t that cute?’ we thought. 
'Hello monkey,' we said. 
Then the situation quickly deteriorated. 

(Dharamshala, India)

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15th September 2014

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laclefdescoeurs:

Man Wearing Laurels, 1874-1880, John Singer Sargent

laclefdescoeurs:

Man Wearing Laurels, 1874-1880, John Singer Sargent

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