30 7 / 2014

peat11717:

Tyrion Lannister, well played Mr. Dinklage, well played.

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30 7 / 2014

30 7 / 2014

itlooksgoodfromouterspace:

iwonderhowlongicanmakemyusername:

I love this comics

I’M GONNA BUILD A DECK

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30 7 / 2014

frozenteen:

It took me a few years to figure out that you can’t help people who don’t want to be saved.

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30 7 / 2014

30 7 / 2014

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30 7 / 2014

30 7 / 2014

sorelatable:

It’s so frustrating when you’re like the only person who can see how evil and sneaky someone is and everyone else is like blind to it

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27 7 / 2014

27 7 / 2014

27 7 / 2014

27 7 / 2014

27 7 / 2014

thegeneha:

"Wonder Woman has been an enduring symbol of women’s power. We could imagine no better way to urge women to use their own power–the power of their vote–to stand up for themselves and their rights in the coming elections."
Ms magazine, October 2012 40th anniversary issue.

Some brief thoughts on the new Wonder Woman costume for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Like all the costumes the colors look dingy, but other than that I love it. LOVE IT.

It returns to the classic look of the character with a few design tweaks. If you hate the classic costume you’ll hate this one. Adding a subtle sling over the costume makes the costume practical in more ways than one without losing the iconic look.

In 1968 DC Comics got rid of the strapless swimsuit and gave her a shirt and pants. But when Ms. magazine put Wonder Woman on their first cover in 1972, they wanted the classic look. Every superhero’s power as a symbol IS their iconic look. By February 1973 DC submitted and gave Diana her costume back.

Compare the preview images of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. Who looks like the ass kicker? Who looks ready to take action? Who’s having fun? Which one of them looks like a hero?

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27 7 / 2014

26 7 / 2014

wartortles:

When a popular blog follows you

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