27 8 / 2014

27 8 / 2014

corseque:

zelda no

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27 8 / 2014

abbydraws:

"Attack of Evil Soldier Galaxia!"
Chibi Moon + Outer Scouts version for Moon Crisis : A Sailor Moon Tribute Art Show, which will be finally open this Saturday! (July 5,2014 / 6PM) at Rothick Art Haus (Anaheim, California)! Drop by if you can, there’s alot of amazing artists participating!
here’s the Inner Scouts 1st version

abbydraws:

"Attack of Evil Soldier Galaxia!"

Chibi Moon + Outer Scouts version for Moon Crisis : A Sailor Moon Tribute Art Show, which will be finally open this Saturday! (July 5,2014 / 6PM) at Rothick Art Haus (Anaheim, California)! Drop by if you can, there’s alot of amazing artists participating!

here’s the Inner Scouts 1st version

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27 8 / 2014

daddys-tasty-ginger:

ahtheneverendingpossibilities:

hiddles-unchained:

theverylastofhiskind:

paging-doctorfaggot:

THIS IS MY FAVORITE PART OF THE WHOLE FREAKING MOVIE

IT’S JUST THE CLEANNESS OF IT ALL

I MEAN JUST LOOK AT HIM POLISHING THAT EYEBALL OR GETTING RID OF THE ‘ANDY’

SO CLEAN AND PERFECT

I THOUGHT I WAS THE ONLY ONE THAT LIKED THIS SCENE!

One of my all time favourite scenes from this film! 

I love how this scene was done, but oh my god. When he paints over Andy’s name, I die a little bit inside.

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26 8 / 2014

misbehavingmaiar:

Speculative Map of Valinor — "The Atlas of Middle Earth", Karen Wynn Fonstad

misbehavingmaiar:

Speculative Map of Valinor — "The Atlas of Middle Earth", Karen Wynn Fonstad

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26 8 / 2014

Dís, daughter of Thrain

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26 8 / 2014

royallyvintage:

A guide to common terms used in describing tiaras

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26 8 / 2014

astudyinobjection:

And in that moment I swear we were ineffable.

astudyinobjection:

And in that moment I swear we were ineffable.

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26 8 / 2014

mpreg-tony:

CALDERAS!
I LOVE THEM!
THEY ARE LIKE TINY WORLDS INSIDE DEAD (AND SOMETIMES *NOT* DEAD) VOLCANOES!

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26 8 / 2014

exsequar:

historicallyaccuratesteve:

ifeelbetterer:

miwrighting:

kototyph:

leupagus:

killerville:

WOOED THE WORD YOU’RE LOOKING FOR IS WOOED

GUESS WHOSE TAGS ARE TOTALLY GETTING REBLOGGED

Star-struck Interviewer: “You must miss the good old days.”

Steve Rogers: “I grew up in a tenement slum. Rats, lice, bedbugs, one shared bathroom per floor with a bucket of water to flush, cast iron coal-burning stove for cooking and heat. Oh, and coal deliveries - and milk deliveries, if you could get it - were by horse-drawn cart. One summer I saw a workhorse collapse in the heat, and the driver started beating it with a stick to make it get up. We threw bricks at the guy until he ran away. Me and Bucky and our friends used to steal potatoes or apples from the shops. We’d stick them in tin cans with some hot ashes, tie the cans to some twine, and then swing ‘em around as long as we could to get the ashes really hot. Then we’d eat the potato. And there were the block fights. You don’t know what a block fight was? That’s when the Irish or German kids who lived on one block and the Jewish or Russian kids who lived on the next block would all get together into one big mob of ethnic violence and beat the crap out of each other. One time I tore a post out of a fence and used it on a Dutch kid who’d called Bucky a Mick. Smacked him in the head with the nails.”

Interviewer: “LET’S TALK ABOUT THE INTERNET.”

Steve Rogers: “I love cat pictures.”

(Many biographical details are taken from Streetwise, either from Jack Kirby’s autobiographical story or Nick Cardy’s contribution: http://twomorrows.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=52&products_id=513 )

it got better

I really like this post, but I take issue with this section of the reblogged tags:

As someone planning to work in museums, I can tell you right now that the Smithsonian probably had to fight tooth and nail to honestly and faithfully represent the diversity of the Howling Commandos. Museums of that caliber are much like libraries in terms of providing free knowledge and are committed to accuracy and proper representation of history.

Especially given the National Air and Space Museum’s history with the Enola Gay controversy (short version: NASM was forced to cancel the planned exhibit because it focused too much on the Japanese casualties of the atom bomb and not enough on the justifications for the bomb or its role in ending the war), it’s far more likely that any erasure of Jones or Morita was caused by competing interest groups and political machinations, not by the curators, exhibit designers, or the Smithsonian Institution itself. They were probably overjoyed at Steve’s righteous anger over weakened representation of Jones and Morita and I can imagine they pulled out their original designs and asked if he could publicly announce his approval for them so they could fix what politics had wrought.

MORE WONDERFUL TAGS TO ADD via emilianadarling

 

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25 8 / 2014

fae-of-the-rose:

The best part about the Hobbit fandom is that we as a group have decided that you do not fuck with Dís.

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25 8 / 2014

25 8 / 2014

theirtinywings:

serenakenobi:

jadefyre:

savingsergeantbarnes:

what if in avengers 2 steve sticks his hand out waiting for his shield to bounce back to him but instead he gets the mjolnir

"Well done my colorful friend! Mjolnir has chosen a worthy wielder!"

"This shield does much damage! I like it!"

"This shield, I like it. ANOTHER!"
*throws it, watches it bounce wildly, hears something shatter, hears Tony scream*

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25 8 / 2014

25 8 / 2014