alanabloominonion:

So excited about my new shirt! Love it and, obviously, love the CarolCorps!

::high five::

Source: alanabloominonion

seekerofpatterns:

Taking a break from costuming to read some comics. And as much as I love my X-men and other comics that I’ve been reading for years, this is honestly the best one in my pull list. Awesome plot, beautiful art, and just fun characters who I want to read about every month.

And honestly, I can’t wait for the revenge of the flerken!

Source: seekerofpatterns

Sneak peek, Captain Marvel (2014) Issue 8, page 16

Art by Marcio Takara

6rocket raccoon, marcio takara,

valentinedelandro:

#bitchplanet

Source: valentinedelandro

katiedoyle:

So this has been finished (finally) for a week or so. It’s hanging in front of my writing/hangingout/smoking/knitting/readingcomics armchair with some other pretty wall-hanging things.
I think I did a pretty not-shitty painting job. =)

Source: katiedoyle

Keith Moon appreciation in advance of the anniversary of his death, by Ben Saunders

The camera angle shifts so that we are positioned behind Keith and so have an interesting perspective on his technique here — if technique is even the correct word. You can see, among other things, how often his right arm flails across his body to strike repeatedly at two cymbals that are positioned on opposite sides of the kit. (The first time I showed this clip to a drummer friend of mine he laughed out loud at this; he found it at once breathtakingly audacious and wildly counter-intuitive. “I’d never even think to just bash away at my cymbals like that,” he said, “but if I were going to do it, I wouldn’t set them up that way. It’s sheer madness!”) Against this near constant metallic crashing, he then sets up a rapid, falling pattern of double stroke rolls with his feet (he’s playing with two bass drums, which allows him to thump out multiple low “notes” far more rapidly than a single bass drum set-up will permit). The overall result is just inches away from chaos, a dance with disaster, the sound of a Premier drum-kit falling down a moving staircase, but somehow managing to do so in time. And then, as the break comes to an end, and the entire band pauses momentarily, Keith cannot stay in his seat. He jumps to his feet, waving his right arm in the air in a triumphant salute … and accidently tosses away his drumstick. (The precise moment occurs at about three minutes and twenty seconds into the song, if you want to check it out, and is clearly unintentional — though, of course, Keith was prone to throwing his sticks around deliberately at times, too.). The stick arcs and drops somewhere behind the kit but almost before it has even hit the stage floor, Keith passes his other stick from his left hand to his right, and (still standing) strikes his right hand cymbal — quite literally without missing a beat. He obviously has plenty of other sticks stashed nearby in case of this eventuality, and has a new one in his left hand before he has even sat down.

No one else in the band even notices.

Ben is one of my favorite writers and favorite people. Go read the full article here: http://www.hoodedutilitarian.com/2014/08/keith-moon-an-anniversary-appreciation/

why-i-love-comics:

Captain Marvel icons! (as always feel free to request any icon with a different background/pattern!)
ZoomInfo
why-i-love-comics:

Captain Marvel icons! (as always feel free to request any icon with a different background/pattern!)
ZoomInfo
why-i-love-comics:

Captain Marvel icons! (as always feel free to request any icon with a different background/pattern!)
ZoomInfo
why-i-love-comics:

Captain Marvel icons! (as always feel free to request any icon with a different background/pattern!)
ZoomInfo
why-i-love-comics:

Captain Marvel icons! (as always feel free to request any icon with a different background/pattern!)
ZoomInfo
why-i-love-comics:

Captain Marvel icons! (as always feel free to request any icon with a different background/pattern!)
ZoomInfo
why-i-love-comics:

Captain Marvel icons! (as always feel free to request any icon with a different background/pattern!)
ZoomInfo
why-i-love-comics:

Captain Marvel icons! (as always feel free to request any icon with a different background/pattern!)
ZoomInfo
why-i-love-comics:

Captain Marvel icons! (as always feel free to request any icon with a different background/pattern!)
ZoomInfo
why-i-love-comics:

Captain Marvel icons! (as always feel free to request any icon with a different background/pattern!)
ZoomInfo

why-i-love-comics:

Captain Marvel icons! (as always feel free to request any icon with a different background/pattern!)

Source: why-i-love-comics

antonyjohnston:

LONDON: Signing at Forbidden Planet Megastore, August 30

A reminder for anyone in or around London next weekend that I’ll be appearing at the Forbidden Planet London Megastore on Saturday August 30, between 3-4pm.

(That’s next Saturday, not this bank holiday weekend.)

Eagle-eyed readers will note the date is just three days after THE FUSE Vol 1: THE RUSSIA SHIFT goes on sale, which is of course no coincidence at all.

But UMBRAL readers shouldn’t feel left out, because we’ve produced exclusive, signed and numbered limited edition bookplates for both THE FUSE and UMBRAL, featuring original art by Justin Greenwood and Christopher Mitten, for the event. We’ll give one away with each of the first 150 copies of THE FUSE and UMBRAL trade paperbacks sold.

(That’s them in the main image, if you hadn’t guessed.)

If you can’t make it to the event, don’t worry — you can also order these “mini-print” editions online, although priority will be given to people actually buying in-store on the day. Nevertheless, if you want to order online, check the event page for details.

And of course readers of WASTELAND, THE COLDEST CITY, DAREDEVIL, whatever, are all welcome, too. Come one, come all. This will probably be the biggest signing I’ve yet done, so try and get there early, or at least on time, if you can.

Hope to see you there!

Source: antonyjohnston

sunshineandarsenic:

Also BEHOLD my page from my graduate exhibition booklet! Rather wanted to share the fact that I got to quote one of my favourite comics and people in this baby. Didn’t think quoting Deadpool would go down entirely well with my tutors therefore Captain Marvel. Also unintentional complimenting duck/fish face “professional” photo. 
Cheers kellysue for being behind an awesome comic that helped me not lose my mind entirely throughout my studies!

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
ZoomInfo
sunshineandarsenic:

Also BEHOLD my page from my graduate exhibition booklet! Rather wanted to share the fact that I got to quote one of my favourite comics and people in this baby. Didn’t think quoting Deadpool would go down entirely well with my tutors therefore Captain Marvel. Also unintentional complimenting duck/fish face “professional” photo. 
Cheers kellysue for being behind an awesome comic that helped me not lose my mind entirely throughout my studies!

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
ZoomInfo

sunshineandarsenic:

Also BEHOLD my page from my graduate exhibition booklet! Rather wanted to share the fact that I got to quote one of my favourite comics and people in this baby. Didn’t think quoting Deadpool would go down entirely well with my tutors therefore Captain Marvel. Also unintentional complimenting duck/fish face “professional” photo.

Cheers kellysue for being behind an awesome comic that helped me not lose my mind entirely throughout my studies!

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

Source: sunshineandarsenic

thatradhaley:

Dearest Tumblr, this post is near and dear to my heart, please be nice :)
Here are some of my photos from this past weekend’s CONCRETE HERO, a 9km obstacle course dedicated to raising awareness and funds for the British Columbia Cancer Society.
I decided a few months ago that as team captain of the “Young Avengers”, that we should all dress up in costume. Our robin this year was on my team last year, in which he was also robin..and last year I just felt left out because I wanted to dress up. “Running around as a super hero? In an event called Concrete Hero, yeah, makes sense, I should dress up next year..”
Cue me a couple months back picking up the trade paper backs of Captain Marvel (Kelly Sue, you’re writing is ah-mazing!) and I knew who I was going to be…I even made my own costume.
I led my team to their own personal victories!
Robin came in 4th overall.
Captain America, the Green Lantern, Pow! (like in the comics books ;P), and Lara Croft ran their first Concrete Hero (and killed it I might add!)
I beat my time from last year and ran the majority of the whole race.
And the next day I didn’t feel sore at all.
Overall, a huge win this year for this Concrete Hero - next year, we shall see what happens!

You are beautiful and amazing and I am so impressed! 
ZoomInfo
thatradhaley:

Dearest Tumblr, this post is near and dear to my heart, please be nice :)
Here are some of my photos from this past weekend’s CONCRETE HERO, a 9km obstacle course dedicated to raising awareness and funds for the British Columbia Cancer Society.
I decided a few months ago that as team captain of the “Young Avengers”, that we should all dress up in costume. Our robin this year was on my team last year, in which he was also robin..and last year I just felt left out because I wanted to dress up. “Running around as a super hero? In an event called Concrete Hero, yeah, makes sense, I should dress up next year..”
Cue me a couple months back picking up the trade paper backs of Captain Marvel (Kelly Sue, you’re writing is ah-mazing!) and I knew who I was going to be…I even made my own costume.
I led my team to their own personal victories!
Robin came in 4th overall.
Captain America, the Green Lantern, Pow! (like in the comics books ;P), and Lara Croft ran their first Concrete Hero (and killed it I might add!)
I beat my time from last year and ran the majority of the whole race.
And the next day I didn’t feel sore at all.
Overall, a huge win this year for this Concrete Hero - next year, we shall see what happens!

You are beautiful and amazing and I am so impressed! 
ZoomInfo
thatradhaley:

Dearest Tumblr, this post is near and dear to my heart, please be nice :)
Here are some of my photos from this past weekend’s CONCRETE HERO, a 9km obstacle course dedicated to raising awareness and funds for the British Columbia Cancer Society.
I decided a few months ago that as team captain of the “Young Avengers”, that we should all dress up in costume. Our robin this year was on my team last year, in which he was also robin..and last year I just felt left out because I wanted to dress up. “Running around as a super hero? In an event called Concrete Hero, yeah, makes sense, I should dress up next year..”
Cue me a couple months back picking up the trade paper backs of Captain Marvel (Kelly Sue, you’re writing is ah-mazing!) and I knew who I was going to be…I even made my own costume.
I led my team to their own personal victories!
Robin came in 4th overall.
Captain America, the Green Lantern, Pow! (like in the comics books ;P), and Lara Croft ran their first Concrete Hero (and killed it I might add!)
I beat my time from last year and ran the majority of the whole race.
And the next day I didn’t feel sore at all.
Overall, a huge win this year for this Concrete Hero - next year, we shall see what happens!

You are beautiful and amazing and I am so impressed! 
ZoomInfo
thatradhaley:

Dearest Tumblr, this post is near and dear to my heart, please be nice :)
Here are some of my photos from this past weekend’s CONCRETE HERO, a 9km obstacle course dedicated to raising awareness and funds for the British Columbia Cancer Society.
I decided a few months ago that as team captain of the “Young Avengers”, that we should all dress up in costume. Our robin this year was on my team last year, in which he was also robin..and last year I just felt left out because I wanted to dress up. “Running around as a super hero? In an event called Concrete Hero, yeah, makes sense, I should dress up next year..”
Cue me a couple months back picking up the trade paper backs of Captain Marvel (Kelly Sue, you’re writing is ah-mazing!) and I knew who I was going to be…I even made my own costume.
I led my team to their own personal victories!
Robin came in 4th overall.
Captain America, the Green Lantern, Pow! (like in the comics books ;P), and Lara Croft ran their first Concrete Hero (and killed it I might add!)
I beat my time from last year and ran the majority of the whole race.
And the next day I didn’t feel sore at all.
Overall, a huge win this year for this Concrete Hero - next year, we shall see what happens!

You are beautiful and amazing and I am so impressed! 
ZoomInfo
thatradhaley:

Dearest Tumblr, this post is near and dear to my heart, please be nice :)
Here are some of my photos from this past weekend’s CONCRETE HERO, a 9km obstacle course dedicated to raising awareness and funds for the British Columbia Cancer Society.
I decided a few months ago that as team captain of the “Young Avengers”, that we should all dress up in costume. Our robin this year was on my team last year, in which he was also robin..and last year I just felt left out because I wanted to dress up. “Running around as a super hero? In an event called Concrete Hero, yeah, makes sense, I should dress up next year..”
Cue me a couple months back picking up the trade paper backs of Captain Marvel (Kelly Sue, you’re writing is ah-mazing!) and I knew who I was going to be…I even made my own costume.
I led my team to their own personal victories!
Robin came in 4th overall.
Captain America, the Green Lantern, Pow! (like in the comics books ;P), and Lara Croft ran their first Concrete Hero (and killed it I might add!)
I beat my time from last year and ran the majority of the whole race.
And the next day I didn’t feel sore at all.
Overall, a huge win this year for this Concrete Hero - next year, we shall see what happens!

You are beautiful and amazing and I am so impressed! 
ZoomInfo
thatradhaley:

Dearest Tumblr, this post is near and dear to my heart, please be nice :)
Here are some of my photos from this past weekend’s CONCRETE HERO, a 9km obstacle course dedicated to raising awareness and funds for the British Columbia Cancer Society.
I decided a few months ago that as team captain of the “Young Avengers”, that we should all dress up in costume. Our robin this year was on my team last year, in which he was also robin..and last year I just felt left out because I wanted to dress up. “Running around as a super hero? In an event called Concrete Hero, yeah, makes sense, I should dress up next year..”
Cue me a couple months back picking up the trade paper backs of Captain Marvel (Kelly Sue, you’re writing is ah-mazing!) and I knew who I was going to be…I even made my own costume.
I led my team to their own personal victories!
Robin came in 4th overall.
Captain America, the Green Lantern, Pow! (like in the comics books ;P), and Lara Croft ran their first Concrete Hero (and killed it I might add!)
I beat my time from last year and ran the majority of the whole race.
And the next day I didn’t feel sore at all.
Overall, a huge win this year for this Concrete Hero - next year, we shall see what happens!

You are beautiful and amazing and I am so impressed! 
ZoomInfo

thatradhaley:

Dearest Tumblr, this post is near and dear to my heart, please be nice :)

Here are some of my photos from this past weekend’s CONCRETE HERO, a 9km obstacle course dedicated to raising awareness and funds for the British Columbia Cancer Society.

I decided a few months ago that as team captain of the “Young Avengers”, that we should all dress up in costume. Our robin this year was on my team last year, in which he was also robin..and last year I just felt left out because I wanted to dress up. “Running around as a super hero? In an event called Concrete Hero, yeah, makes sense, I should dress up next year..”

Cue me a couple months back picking up the trade paper backs of Captain Marvel (Kelly Sue, you’re writing is ah-mazing!) and I knew who I was going to be…I even made my own costume.

I led my team to their own personal victories!

Robin came in 4th overall.

Captain America, the Green Lantern, Pow! (like in the comics books ;P), and Lara Croft ran their first Concrete Hero (and killed it I might add!)

I beat my time from last year and ran the majority of the whole race.

And the next day I didn’t feel sore at all.

Overall, a huge win this year for this Concrete Hero - next year, we shall see what happens!

You are beautiful and amazing and I am so impressed! 

Source: thatradhaley

-