In the first issue Clint gets shot in the arm while wearing a grey suit. The next time we see him in the suit, nineteen issues later, the sleeve is still torn in the place where he got shot.
Fans everywhere (via randomstuffilike1995)
It doesn’t even matter what the show is
I’M FUCKING SCREAMING OMGGGGGG THE TIME HAS COME FOR THE 90S TO ROMANTICIZED BY NON-90S KIDS FUCK
From my friends at Go Out & Play: Don’t like or share this unless you know why it’s funny.
Rob Liefeld has long been derided as one of the worst comic book artists of all time. We take a look at 40 of his worst offenses to the medium.
Includes a link to the sequel, “40 MORE Of The Worst Rob Liefeld Drawings.”
I love Natalie Dormer and you love Natalie Dormer but no one loves Natalie Dormer as much as Sophie Turner.
Special illustration for NozoEli
Don’t be scared. I’m a shapeshifter too!
Comic-Con 2014: Natalie Dormer at the Women Who Kick Ass panel ☆
So, I’ve been saying I’d do the thing. This is me doing the thing. :) The first of the tea blends for The Wicked and the Divine are up (and trust me, there are going to be many, many more to come.)
Amaterasu - 'My story must continue, my story must end.' A tea as bright and as strong as the the rising and setting sun. Assam melody, peach, rooibos almond, with mango, safflower, and cinnamon.
Luci - 'Damnation is delightful. Everyone should try it.' Smooth and seductive, with a bit of the burn of the pit. Lapsang souchong, mocha nut mate, mambo, with red peppercorn and aniseed.
Laura - "I want everything you have." Irish breakfast, peppermint, rooibos vanilla chai, with cocoa nibs, red peppercorn, and cinnamon.
(and yes, the mirroring of the add-ins in the other two teas in Laura is very purposeful.)
I don’t earn any money off of this; just points that go back towards being able to buy more tea from Adagio. All rights and honor and glory and such to kierongillen and mckelvie and Matthew Wilson and Clayton Cowles (I don’t know if those last two are on here).
(Seriously guys, can’t wait to see what you throw at us next month.)
"It's hard to be an up & coming female rapper nowadays because people don't know what to do with us. Like, they don't know what to do with women in Hip-Hop, so the best thing to do is to pit them against each other and it's like, 'You are gonna be better than her because she's the only one doing it right now,' and there are so many male rappers now that no one says that about."(x)