touyarambles:

kantakun:

55inch:

felipesmithart:

mrprincesshorse:

robscorner:

americanninjax:

felipesmithart:

therealzachhughes:

felipesmithart:

thomasmwilson:

felipesmithart:

Berserker BarrAAAAGE! 

*pulls into driveway*
BERSERKER GARAGE!

*Glues magazine clip to construction paper*
BERSERKER COLLAGE!

*puts flowers on your wrist* BERSERKER CORSAGE!

Hahahaha!

*grabs a glass of red wine then heads for the Hors d’oeuvres*

BERSERKER FROMAGE! 

*worn out from a long day*

BERSERKER MASSAGE!

*trains furiously for his next big battle while reminiscing about his troubled past*

BERSERKER MONTAGE!

*appreciates a low v-neck dress*

BESERKER DÈCOLLETAGE!

*walks around for hours in a desert and sees an oasis but it’s not really there*

BERSERKER MIRAGE!

*a bunch of people following a politician*
BERSERKER ENTOURAGE!
*taking out the trash*
BERSERKER GARBAGE!

*angrily slices through an airplane with adamantium claws*

BERSERKER FUSELAGE!

"skins knee, heals instantly… no need for a"

BERSERKER BANDAGE!

*does home renovations*

BERSERKER BRICOLAGE!

 

mrmeriwether:

yeahbanero-bells:

wolvensnothere:

Whoa.

I read this out loud to boyfriend and he just went “ohhhhhhhhh” 

CEOs all runnin around terrified of blue shells from the homeless

(via akivon)

creeproll:

I’ve literally been laughing at this for the past five minutes

(via akivon)

sixsixsith:

BLESS.

hopeforthedamned:

I love Ron so much

(via virginiagentlenerd)

ebondandy:

note-a-bear:

abbyjean:

South Carolina is one of more than 20 states that has passed an expansive Stand Your Ground law authorizing individuals to use deadly force in self-defense. The law has been used to protect a man who killed an innocent bystanderwhile pointing his gun at several teens he called “women thugs.” But prosecutors in Charleston are drawing the line at domestic violence.

In the cases of women who claim they feared for their lives when confronted with violent intimate abusers, prosecutors say the Stand Your Ground law shouldn’t apply.

“(The Legislature’s) intent … was to provide law-abiding citizens greater protections from external threats in the form of intruders and attackers,” prosecutor Culver Kidd told the Post and Courier. “We believe that applying the statute so that its reach into our homes and personal relationships is inconsistent with (its) wording and intent.”

oh. well then.

Once again we see who SYG is REALLY for. 

(via teal-deer)

cloudyskiesandcatharsis:

Last Meals of Innocent Men

Campaign for Amnesty International, displaying the final meal requests of prisoners executed on Death Row, who were later found innocent.

Photographed by James Reynolds

(via nerdyravenclawqueen)

nico-diangelcakes:

nico-diangelcakes:

So i have this giant pencil right

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I think we all know where this is going.

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the amount of people saying that they were expecting me to shove it up my ass is alarming

(via whybenormalwhenyoucouldbehappy)

bobsavage:

marxvx:

when people say that raising the minimum wage will hurt workers because of layoffs or inflation they’re really just admiting that capitalism is structurally unable to provide an adequate standard of living for the working class

Boom.

(via teal-deer)

jeffheatherly:

The goddess kellysue talks “Captain Marvel”, ’80s hair and fashions and general awesomeness at NYCC.

(FUN FACT: This is the first time I’ve ever heard her voice.)

(via virginiagentlenerd)

yourlocalesbian:

spoopay:

necessary-sass:

simplyskai:

googlearths:

missdoodle:

blackandgreyrainbow:

Real Christians aren’t assholes

In High School I had a friend who was super religious, her whole family was. Despite this, she was pro-marriage equality, pro-choice, and never once tried to convert me or make me feel bad about my own religious decisions (I was and still am an agnostic). She was always kind, and treated everyone with respect, regardless of race, religion, or orientation. For her the heart and soul of being a Christian was to love others and treat others with dignity. She was a real Christian. 



REMINDER: DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE USE JESUS AS AN EXCUSE TO BE AN ASSHOLE EVER. NEVER.

I’m a Christian and this is how the fucking religion works. Love. Not hate.

YES

​instagram: ciera_jazzlyn

yourlocalesbian:

spoopay:

necessary-sass:

simplyskai:

googlearths:

missdoodle:

blackandgreyrainbow:

Real Christians aren’t assholes

In High School I had a friend who was super religious, her whole family was. Despite this, she was pro-marriage equality, pro-choice, and never once tried to convert me or make me feel bad about my own religious decisions (I was and still am an agnostic). She was always kind, and treated everyone with respect, regardless of race, religion, or orientation. For her the heart and soul of being a Christian was to love others and treat others with dignity. She was a real Christian. 

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REMINDER: DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE USE JESUS AS AN EXCUSE TO BE AN ASSHOLE EVER. NEVER.

I’m a Christian and this is how the fucking religion works. Love. Not hate.

YES

​instagram: ciera_jazzlyn

(via unclejen)

brianmichaelbendis:

Luke Cage & Jessica Jones by Daniel Acuña

communismkills:

BUT FOR SERIOUS THE SECOND QUESTION.

(via wonblackguy)

kateordie:

Who run the world?

Yesterday, the Valkyries hit 300 members. For those who don’t know, the Valkyries are a group of women who work in comic shops. Retailers, owners, organizers, volunteers - babes on the front lines of the comic world. It’s kind of a big deal. We’re an army.

I started the group two years ago on Facebook out of the desire to connect with other women in my field. I was working full-time at my comic shop, Strange Adventures, and didn’t have many ladies to talk to about what is essentially a pretty niche job. You can’t just plop down at a bar and strike up a conversation about how thought-provoking the back matter of Saga is, y’know? So, the group. We started with, I think, 12 members. Two years later, we’ve crested 300 members throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Australia and beyond. Best part is, it just keeps growing.

What was conceived as a place to converse and vent about our jobs and the industry became something greater than I could have ever imagined. I’ve made incredible friendships and the girls… Man, the girls in this group are amazing. They’ve used it for any number of purposes - sharing rides to conventions, exchanging cosplay tips and back issues, couch-surfing, hosting ladies’ nights and book clubs, and putting together what have now become prerequisite Valkyries Breakfasts at conventions (frequently attracting awesome guest-stars like the ever-supportive Kelly Sue DeConnick, Babs Tarr, Gail Simone and even Chip Zdarsky, who is our honorary fiancé). Publishers have begun to take note of us and involve us, particularly Image, who I have to give props to as being on board from the very start.

It’s a positive space, but it’s also a safe space. We’ve been through loss and love together, and I see friendships popping up between members all the time, supporting each other in troubling times and celebrating the great ones. We started viral campaigns to support books like Saga and Lumberjanes, to great success. I think some people suspect that the group exists just to complain about customers and the industry, but it’s not that at all. It’s a place for nerd girls to feel comfortable, to find companionship and to geek out.

In time, the group got too big for me to moderate alone, and I’m joined by my amazing inner senshi Juliette, Danni, Steenz and Ivy. Juliette, who you might know from The Greatest Comic Cover Of All Time; Danni, who is an acclaimed geeky vlogger; Steenz, who runs a Comics University; and Ivy, who is a librarian and helped develop NYCC’s harassment policy this year. Some seriously powerful, amazing ladies, and I’m lucky to call them my friends.

At 300 members and climbing, I just wanted to address how much this group and these women and everyone who supports us means to me. There’s no shortage of negativity and sexism in geek culture, but this group gives me strength. They empower each other. It’s a sisterhood, it really is. In our little way, even if just for each other, I think we’re making some change. At the very least, I know I’ve been changed for the better.

Here’s to 300 more.

An employee at my LCS is a Valkyrie and I respect the hell out of your whole group. May you continue to grow forever!