squarecomix:

There were probably about four scenes in the movie that were too intense for her, but she stopped closing her eyes once she trusted that Drax the Destroyer was a good guy.
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squarecomix:

There were probably about four scenes in the movie that were too intense for her, but she stopped closing her eyes once she trusted that Drax the Destroyer was a good guy.

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philmcandrew:

From CRYING IN FRONT OF YOUR DOG AND OTHER STORIES

philmcandrew:

From CRYING IN FRONT OF YOUR DOG AND OTHER STORIES

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cakeandrevolution:

I want to see a reality tv show where straight dudes have to read the shitty messages they send to women to their mothers.

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xkettnerdx:

So, I know I don’t update this nearly as much as I should, but rest assured dear interweb that I’ve been a busy busy dude. Like permanent hand-cramp inducing eyes bugging out of my head photoshop nightmare busy. But, the dark time has passed, and I’m happy to announce that this…

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…is almost…

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I’m attending #SPX2014 because I support the work of independent creators in comics - and you should too! http://thndr.it/1xXk0Bq

I’m attending #SPX2014 because I support the work of independent creators in comics - and you should too! http://thndr.it/1xXk0Bq

spx:

BOX BROWN & SPX AT THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
"How to Make Comics Every Day and Still Be Alive"
Join us to hear SPX 2014 Special Guest, Box Brown discuss his publishing imprint Retrofit Comics, how running it helps him as a cartoonist, how he created his recent graphic novel “Andre the Giant: Life and Legend,” and how illustrating is related to cartooning at the third annual Small Press Expo (SPX) talk sponsored by the Serial & Government Publications Division.




Friday, September 12th, 12 noon -1pmWest Dining Room6th Floor, Madison Building Library of Congress 




Brown’s comics have been featured in Mad Magazine and his illustrations have been on Wired.com. His web and print comic Everything Dies was named a notable comic of 2011 in the Best American Comics Anthology and was honored with two Ignatz Awards.
There will also be a display of Retrofit Comics from the Division’s SPX Collection. 
Don’t miss it!

I wish I could go to this LoC thing, but I’m excited that I can just ask Box for the recap this weekend.

spx:

BOX BROWN & SPX AT THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

"How to Make Comics Every Day and Still Be Alive"

Join us to hear SPX 2014 Special Guest, Box Brown discuss his publishing imprint Retrofit Comics, how running it helps him as a cartoonist, how he created his recent graphic novel “Andre the Giant: Life and Legend,” and how illustrating is related to cartooning at the third annual Small Press Expo (SPX) talk sponsored by the Serial & Government Publications Division.

Friday, September 12th, 12 noon -1pm
West Dining Room

6th Floor, Madison Building
Library of Congress 

Brown’s comics have been featured in Mad Magazine and his illustrations have been on Wired.com. His web and print comic Everything Dies was named a notable comic of 2011 in the Best American Comics Anthology and was honored with two Ignatz Awards.

There will also be a display of Retrofit Comics from the Division’s SPX Collection. 

Don’t miss it!

I wish I could go to this LoC thing, but I’m excited that I can just ask Box for the recap this weekend.

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posthawk:

High Fidelity (2000)

I don’t listen to pop music. Not generally miserable. Although, I guess it depends on how you define “pop music” and “miserable.”

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nosleeptilbushwick:

this is absolutely incredible

(Source: sizvideos)

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deanprincesster:

women: being a woman is hard

men: I thikn youre forgetting something: it is also hard to be a man. just letting you know that you forgot to mention that when you were talking about being a woman

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