dharbin:

mikedawwwson:

The Wrath of Shockwave, by M. Dawson

I like Shockwave’s tricky move of sneaking up behind people. Optimus Prime doesn’t know what he’s in for!

Is this the best comic I’ve read all year?!?

selfdefensefamily:

New chapter of MENU is out today!
We missed the mark by one day on this love letter to Lovecraft, who died 77 years ago this past March. 
The art on this story is some of the most evocative in the series. Werther Dell’edera, whose credits for Vertigo and IDW are numerous, did a killer job here. He makes me want to write darker stories. 
Check out the newest chapter HERE. 
And, catch up on the whole series HERE. 
We’ve got some big things cooking for MENU this summer. Stay reading. 

selfdefensefamily:

New chapter of MENU is out today!

We missed the mark by one day on this love letter to Lovecraft, who died 77 years ago this past March. 

The art on this story is some of the most evocative in the series. Werther Dell’edera, whose credits for Vertigo and IDW are numerous, did a killer job here. He makes me want to write darker stories. 

Check out the newest chapter HERE

And, catch up on the whole series HERE

We’ve got some big things cooking for MENU this summer. Stay reading. 

This shit. Again and again and again and…

This shit. Again and again and again and…

Documented: a rare scrub up for the sake of my mother.

Documented: a rare scrub up for the sake of my mother.

(Source: thefrogman, via northernhound)


Given the minimal script and constant screen presence of Thana, Zoë was allowed a great deal of freedom in the formation of her role and hence played a large part in the consequence of the entire film. In playing a character that was incapable of speaking, she relied solely upon facial expressions and physical appearance to convey Thana’s emotions as they metamorphosed from frustration to fury. The films sexual politics and strong female protagonist earned Ms. 45 a cult following among self-proclaimed feminists, but Zoë stressed that it was no more about women’s liberation than it was about mute’s liberation, worker’s liberation or the liberation of any individual.

Given the minimal script and constant screen presence of Thana, Zoë was allowed a great deal of freedom in the formation of her role and hence played a large part in the consequence of the entire film. In playing a character that was incapable of speaking, she relied solely upon facial expressions and physical appearance to convey Thana’s emotions as they metamorphosed from frustration to fury. The films sexual politics and strong female protagonist earned Ms. 45 a cult following among self-proclaimed feminists, but Zoë stressed that it was no more about women’s liberation than it was about mute’s liberation, worker’s liberation or the liberation of any individual.

(Source: rubberbaby)

subdub:

Alex Prager – Photography & Films

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luhhndynn:

tastefullyoffensive:

Before and After Pictures of Animals Growing Up [via]

Previously: Animals Using Other Animals as Pillows

This post made me so happy

(via fellow-earthlings)