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shorthairedsif:

remember that time the mcu had a complex, multi-faceted, morally ambiguous poc character steeped in social allegory and the fandom reduced him to ‘motherfucker’ jokes and pulp fiction references

williamzeppeli:

revengeance:

Local man with eyepatch and bionic hand steals everything with weird balloon technology.

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vriscuit:

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vriscuit:

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bluandorange:

bluandorange:

black trans man batman because I couldn’t stop thinking about it

so I did this at buttcrack-thirty this morning

bluandorange:

bluandorange:

black trans man batman because I couldn’t stop thinking about it

so I did this at buttcrack-thirty this morning

thecomicsvault:

This is one of my favorite Spidey stories. He gets stuck in the suburbs while tracking down a burglar and ends up having to deal with angry dogs, the lack of skyscrapers (which forces him to use public transit), annoying kids and of course the neighborhood watch.

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #267 (Aug. 1985)
Art by Bob McLeod (pencils/inks) & Bob Sharen (colors)
Words by Peter David

xombiedirge:

The New 52: Futures End #28 by Ryan Sook

xombiedirge:

The New 52: Futures End #28 by Ryan Sook

burncoat:

Okay, so based on that last post about Berserk I actually looked into some info on how long he’s been on the boat. The first time we see Guts actually on the boat (not including him being taken to the boat while unconscious) is Chapter 286 which was published in June, 2007. Over Berserk’s 25 year lifetime, roughly 7 years of it was spent on the boat. 14 percent of Berserk’s publication history (47 chapters of its 333 current chapter count) has been spent on the boat.

I don’t know where I’m going with this, but I really just want them to get off the damn boat.

Everyone reblogging that Equius sprite from a year ago should know that I have a wonderful personality too!

tsuntsundio-kun:

People forget what a badass Speedwagon was.

tsuntsundio-kun:

People forget what a badass Speedwagon was.

So Cable and X-Force?

No, the one that started this year. Simon Spurrier writes it.