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willidleaway:

Warp 7 is serious business, everyone

Some days at the office are exactly like this.

(via ivanova-is-god)

We found it. The GIF set we have always needed.

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twentypercentcooler:

shavostars:

I think about pokemon in non-battle situations a lot. Like pokemon who have been trained/raised to be helpers and assistants than to be battle partners.

Pokemon visiting hospitals to cheer patients up like dogs and cats do. Or ones that help kids learn to read, speak, swim, go through therapy?! Even pokemon who’s abilities help owners with specific disabilities?!

I love thinking of pokemon outside of battle situations.

no you’re crying shut up

(via padnick)

jameshance:

Latest Painting - “Truth, Justice & The Letter ‘S’” (Superman / Super Grover - 18” x 24” Gesso / Graphite / Acrylic / Color Pencil on Canvas)

Yes! One of my favorite things ever, so far! Prints are available right now in my US store and very shortly over in my UK / Rest of the World store

I’ll be framing the original painting and bringing it along to Fanboy Expo, Tampa in September where you can buy it, if you like!

Thanks for your niceness, as always :)

x

My Store / My Facebook / Original Art on eBay

We feel more just the longer we look at it.

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thefabulousweirdtrotters:

The Butter End Cakery

This dragon has hoarded cake. Smartest dragon.

thefabulousweirdtrotters:

The Butter End Cakery

This dragon has hoarded cake. Smartest dragon.

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msjarvis:

potofsoup:

Because I’m tired of the “Steve sucks at modern technology” trope.  He was picking up and using HYDRA tech that was powered by the tesseract in WWII. And user interfaces were pretty un-intuitive back then — knobs labeled in German or French, most likely.  And think about the number of dials and thingamabobs on an airplane control panel!  Yes, he’s a man out of time, but it’s probably the social stuff that’s much harder to adjust to.  (You can tell he’s recently-thawed because he still insists on wearing at least a button-down shirt and suspenders when out in public.)

THIS IS AMAZING!!!!

Now we wish there was a comic of Steve breezing his way through using all of Stark’s interfaces, while Tony stands in the background looking peeved.

savethewailes:

BBC special effects

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barefootkrys:

carolxdanvers:

i always love this part because it means that maleficent had to be like “haha ok i’m gonna cover her with my cape and when they go WHERE IS SHE i’ll be like BOOM TADA”

Being evil takes planning.

barefootkrys:

carolxdanvers:

i always love this part because it means that maleficent had to be like “haha ok i’m gonna cover her with my cape and when they go WHERE IS SHE i’ll be like BOOM TADA”

Being evil takes planning.

(Source: diabolicaldisney, via sociallyawkwardscifinerd)

beautyandterrordance:

Happy Birthday Vincent Price (May 27, 1911 – October 25, 1993) and Christopher Lee (May 27 1922), via greggorysshocktheater.

Wow, look at those babies.

nprbooks:

Leigh Butler’s amazing Wheel of Time re-read is finally coming to an end, more or less, over at tor.com (SPOILER ALERT):

But all technical and stylistic questions and/or complaints aside, reading about Rand riding away, free of his pain and sorrows and burdens, being finally done and able to go about living a life he thought he’d never get… well. That made it all worth it. Maybe it’s not the cool thing anymore to have a happy ending, even a happy ending this bittersweet, but I don’t care.
Because it was an ending, and the ending Robert Jordan wanted us all to have, and now, at long last, we have it. I call it good.

What’s that you say? You haven’t been following the re-read? You haven’t read all 14 books?  More than once? 
Uhh, no, wait, that’s me. (Seriously, though, check that link — Brandon Sanderson is a delightful fellow who spent a while talking to me and I was able to use exactly two soundbites in the piece — but the extended interview is up on our site, plus one with Jordan’s widow Harriet.)
And now, some fan art, because Moiraine is the bomb diggety:

Images via Tor and Pinterest.
— Petra

*blushes* NPR Books Tumblr noticed us. *giggles*

nprbooks:

Leigh Butler’s amazing Wheel of Time re-read is finally coming to an end, more or less, over at tor.com (SPOILER ALERT):

But all technical and stylistic questions and/or complaints aside, reading about Rand riding away, free of his pain and sorrows and burdens, being finally done and able to go about living a life he thought he’d never get… well. That made it all worth it. Maybe it’s not the cool thing anymore to have a happy ending, even a happy ending this bittersweet, but I don’t care.

Because it was an ending, and the ending Robert Jordan wanted us all to have, and now, at long last, we have it. I call it good.

What’s that you say? You haven’t been following the re-read? You haven’t read all 14 books?  More than once? 

Uhh, no, wait, that’s me. (Seriously, though, check that link — Brandon Sanderson is a delightful fellow who spent a while talking to me and I was able to use exactly two soundbites in the piece — but the extended interview is up on our site, plus one with Jordan’s widow Harriet.)

And now, some fan art, because Moiraine is the bomb diggety:

Images via Tor and Pinterest.

— Petra

*blushes* NPR Books Tumblr noticed us. *giggles*