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Stale Cake

I like my beer like my Elder Gods; dark, cold, and soul-eating.

Aug 18 '14

ratak-monodosico:

livres enchainés

Aug 18 '14

gingerhaze:

GOTG COMICS

no actual spoilers probably don’t worry

Aug 18 '14
Aug 18 '14
halloween-addiction:

Vintage horror makeup kit

halloween-addiction:

Vintage horror makeup kit

Aug 17 '14

Tibetan Monks living in exile in India flew to Ferguson to show support for Mike Brown and community.

(Source: merosezah)

Aug 17 '14

(Source: memewhore)

Aug 17 '14
Aug 17 '14
Aug 17 '14
stalecake:

Wet specimen from the Miskatonic University Special Collections. Made with clay, rubber cement, cocoa powder, and instant coffee
This is where I learn the aging power of cocoa powder.

stalecake:

Wet specimen from the Miskatonic University Special Collections. Made with clay, rubber cement, cocoa powder, and instant coffee

This is where I learn the aging power of cocoa powder.

Aug 17 '14

(Source: girlcodehumor)

Aug 17 '14
Aug 17 '14

why-and-or-bother:

arent we all?

Such truth.

Aug 16 '14
comicsalliance:

Bizarro Back Issues: Robin, Batgirl and the Devil-Worshipping Ghost of Benedict Arnold [1975]
Batman’s villains are unquestionably the greatest bad guys in comics. The best of them are compelling, complex characters in their own right that can work in a variety of stories, and even the second-stringers tend to be, at the very least, visually interesting. So when it was time to spin the Caped Crusader’s sidekicks off into their own comic, you’d think they’d be going up against the Joker or Ra’s al-Ghul or one of the other great bad guys their franchise has to offer. But you would be wrong.
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comicsalliance:

Bizarro Back Issues: Robin, Batgirl and the Devil-Worshipping Ghost of Benedict Arnold [1975]

Batman’s villains are unquestionably the greatest bad guys in comics. The best of them are compelling, complex characters in their own right that can work in a variety of stories, and even the second-stringers tend to be, at the very least, visually interesting. So when it was time to spin the Caped Crusader’s sidekicks off into their own comic, you’d think they’d be going up against the Joker or Ra’s al-Ghul or one of the other great bad guys their franchise has to offer. But you would be wrong.

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Aug 16 '14

afrobluess:

The Howard alumni who was shot in the head made a speedy recovery and she was able to tell her side of the story. The police said that it was a drive by conducted by a group of black men and that it was fatal. They didn’t expect her to survive and talk.

Aug 16 '14
justthinkingabouthamsandwiches:

Hercules Unbound! 
Avengers v1 #252 (Roger Stern/Bob Hall)

I…I don’t even know.

justthinkingabouthamsandwiches:

Hercules Unbound! 

Avengers v1 #252 (Roger Stern/Bob Hall)

I…I don’t even know.