A blog of random stuff that I like, and sometimes original content.

21st October 2014

Video reblogged from the lair of the queer devil with 56,747 notes

laurenzuke:

pensacosi:

How to make comics

My first vine

YEP

The cat is out of the bag. Artists are literally wizards.

Tagged: artvinedrawing

Source: vine.co

21st October 2014

Post reblogged from The First Stage with 5 notes

ghostsngoblinsociety:

I like the idea that J. Jonah Jameson is hella tsundere for Spider-Man and that’s why he acts like he hates him but is constantly demanding pictures of him.

Tagged: j jonah jamesonspiderman

Source: ghostsngoblinsociety

20th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from PAUL BLART: MALL ART with 11 notes

zaclittle:

Panoramarama

Wavy landscapes

Tagged: panoramaphotography

19th October 2014

Photo reblogged from nainokami with 301 notes

doctormeloku:

Pokemon x Junji Ito

kowai!

doctormeloku:

Pokemon x Junji Ito

kowai!

Tagged: pokemonjunji ito

Source: doctormeloku

19th October 2014

Post reblogged from An approximation of alertness with 7 notes

heartofaquamarine:

Does the rise of podcasts mean that the internet has saved the radio star?

Tagged: podcastradio

19th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Flesh-Coated Technology with 211 notes

cyberrpunkk:

trvnscxndxnt

cyberrpunkk:

trvnscxndxnt

Tagged: cyberpunkpaintingcomposition

Source: artstation.com

18th October 2014

Post reblogged from nainokami with 19,934 notes

konkeydongcountry:

brook:

montypla:

Gamer gate has been trying to use Bayonetta as a rallying point, and criticism of it as proof of a “feminist agenda” in reviews

They’ve been trying to get Hideki Kamiya, creator of Bayonetta, to support them

Well, he tweeted this today.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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the salt is so fucking real

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Such Salt.

Tagged: Hideki Kamiyabayonettasalt

Source: montypla

18th October 2014

Post reblogged from anerisinaction with 16,995 notes

muchadoabouttruffles:

largeandlovely:

It’s not friendship, it’s bromance. It’s not eyeliner, it’s guyliner. It’s not yoga, it’s broga. It’s not just silly portmanteaus, it’s evidence of the hilarious fragility of masculinity.

Did anyone else read this in the Marks and Spencer advert voice?

Either that, or the powerthirst guy.
"it’s not strawberry, it’s RAWBERRY!"

Tagged: masculinityrawberrypowerthirst

Source: largeandlovely

18th October 2014

Photo reblogged from An approximation of alertness with 9,921 notes

thesylverlining:

mymahoushoujo:

ephaerie:

can we please take a moment to just appreciate this anime that just came out???it’s about four middle school girls who are members of the “hero” club - they go around and help people wherever help is needed. in the first episode you find out that they were actually all selected because of the high aptitude they show, and they are needed to help fight off bad guys to save their world. oh my!yes. it’s a magical girl anime.yes. it’s a magical girl anime with a girl in a wheelchair.yes. it’s a magical girl anime with a girl in a wheelchair WHO TRANSFORMS and DOES NOT MAGICALLY GAIN THE USE OF HER LEGS and STILL COMPLETELY KICKS ASS.the second episode is devoted pretty much entirely to her character overcoming the mental block of her perceived “inability to fight” because of her disability. and it’s great. she kicks so much butt.the first episode has repeated instances of world-wide (for the girls their world is mostly school-related, but still) accessibility. it’s not a perfect (i kind of wtf’ed at her transformation sequence tbh), but it looks promising so far as that sort of thing goes.anyway. it’s call yuki yuna wa yusha de aru, or yuki yuna is a hero. look it up, if you’re into magical girl shows.working on gifing some stuff, too~

WOAH/prays for lack of gross fan service, adds to my watch list/

Wow, gotta check this out

reblag for people who like dis stuff

thesylverlining:

mymahoushoujo:

ephaerie:

can we please take a moment to just appreciate this anime that just came out???

it’s about four middle school girls who are members of the “hero” club - they go around and help people wherever help is needed. in the first episode you find out that they were actually all selected because of the high aptitude they show, and they are needed to help fight off bad guys to save their world. oh my!

yes. it’s a magical girl anime.
yes. it’s a magical girl anime with a girl in a wheelchair.
yes. it’s a magical girl anime with a girl in a wheelchair WHO TRANSFORMS and DOES NOT MAGICALLY GAIN THE USE OF HER LEGS and STILL COMPLETELY KICKS ASS.
the second episode is devoted pretty much entirely to her character overcoming the mental block of her perceived “inability to fight” because of her disability. and it’s great. she kicks so much butt.

the first episode has repeated instances of world-wide (for the girls their world is mostly school-related, but still) accessibility. 

it’s not a perfect (i kind of wtf’ed at her transformation sequence tbh), but it looks promising so far as that sort of thing goes.

anyway. it’s call yuki yuna wa yusha de aru, or yuki yuna is a hero. look it up, if you’re into magical girl shows.

working on gifing some stuff, too~

WOAH
/prays for lack of gross fan service, adds to my watch list/

Wow, gotta check this out

reblag for people who like dis stuff

Tagged: yuki yuna wa yusha de arumagical girlshoujoanime

Source: ephaerie

18th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from anerisinaction with 157,246 notes

anerisinaction:

spiderkiss:

poppypicklesticks:

maraudere:

Josh Thomas talks about male suicide

I wonder how feminists will react to this

Probably ignore it then go back to making male tears mugs and gifs 

Actually this is a very common idea among feminists

It’s something feminists have been talking about for years it’s called toxic masculinity and it’s one of the common threads among the topic of ‘Patriarchy hurts men too’. If fact the first time I read about toxic masculinity was on a feminist blog.

If you actually read things feminists talk about instead of straw manning them you might know this but OH WELL

This is not a new thing. Durkheim noticed it in 1897, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89mile_Durkheim#Suicide

His theory is that people with less social connections suicide more. Suicide is higher in men because they have less people to rely on and who rely on them. Patriarchy has been hurting men forever, and we’ve known it for basicallyforever. Feminism aims to fix that.

Women were talking about men’s issues before men were talking about them. Stuff that, as far as I’m aware, MRA’s don’t talk about except when looking for ammo to throw at feminists. 

Tagged: feminismmen's issuessuicide

Source: maraudere