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SUMMER OF COOL NEW SANDWICHES

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Posts tagged rebloggerjak

Sep 15 '14

tentakrule:

iamthespacecadet:

tentakrule:

slimmeroo replied to your post: ok so i decided to take a few selfies …

wait what i dont…. see it….

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Give it a mustache

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…oh fuck i’m being haunted by inspector gordon

where’s my daughter you bastard

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Sep 14 '14

PORTRAIT COMMISSIONS

fetalcasserole:

thebeemoviesequel:

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hello friends as I am staying in hong kong and going to scad, I am a little low on the money side of things so I would really appreciate it if you would commission me! These will cost $30, +$25 for extra characters.

Please note that its first come first serve, and I am a full time student, so I may have to delay if necessary. 

Please note me if you are interested!!!!!!

HELLO FRIENDS I am doing this thing again!! Also other stuff

BUST LINE ART- $20

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BUST FLATS - $25

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FULL BODY SKETCH + FLATS $25

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Sep 8 '14

cosplay-gamers:

Dragon Age II - Flemeth Cosplay by MonoAbel

Photography by Dzeta&Aiger

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Sep 7 '14
comicbookwomen:

Harley Quinn #12 by Amanda Conner

comicbookwomen:

Harley Quinn #12 by Amanda Conner

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Sep 5 '14

modernmodron:

im in a silly mood so let me tell you about this rad dude named anderjak and if you’re not following him right now you should be

anderjak is just simply one of the best brightest and kindest person I know. You can always expect him to be right on point and give insightful comments on whatever game, tv show, or movie that is in his sights at the time. srsly his textposts are super great to read and will liven up your day when they come around.

DID I MENTION HIS A FUCKING AMAZING ARTIST TOO? because he is. dude’s got a bright future ahead of him and I’ve loved seeing his art improve and grow. 

he’s also a person of unparalleled humanity with an empathy and compassion to life that I do not see very often. We all should be happier this dude exists. 

click these links to get a blog of a cool hep cat who really knows where his towel is and stuff

http://anderjak.tumblr.com/

and 

http://anderjak-creations.tumblr.com/

(dont worry larke imma gush about you too :P)

bobby is a sweetheart and he wrote all this of his own volition and i’m blushing and rolling around in a drunken fervor

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Sep 1 '14

robotverve:

robotverve:

+/+/+ COMMISSION INFO +/+/+

More full body examples and waist up examples can be found just looking through my blog!

+++ BASICS +++ 

If anyone is interested in buying my art, these are the commission options I’m offering! Up to 3 characters per commission and no slot limit. 

+++ PAYMENT +++

Paypal/AUD only thank you :) 

+++ IF YOU’RE INTERESTED +++

Feel free to contact me at »> robotverve@gmail.com «< with your choices and references and I’ll be happy to draw for you :)))

guess who’s down to clown again 

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Aug 30 '14

heysawbones:

*price is right S H A M E H O R N*

It’s TUESDAY TUESDAY TUESDAY here at modus operandi dot com. Three pages left in the chapter!

It’s common knowledge by this point that Nintendo didn’t get its start with video games. In fact, the company’s origins date back to the late 1800’s, founded by Fusajiro Yamauchi, who responded to the uplifting of the ban on foreign trading cards to deter gambling with illustrated Hanafuda cards.

As the years progressed, Nintendo continued to diversify, By the 1950’s, after a few licensing deals (including one with Disney), they began exploring what the Nintendo name would mean entering into the second half of the century, with things like instant rice, taxi services, a TV company, and even a love hotel chain. Seriously. That squeaky clean image falters fast, especially when surrounded by rumors of affiliation with Japanese gangs and mafia — though, thankfully, those ventures would largely fail as they tried and stumbled to enter the toy market with the Love Tester and Ultra Machine, to name a few. It wouldn’t be until the Magnavox Odyssey that they would begin carving out a niche as a games developer.

Speaking of love hotels, Nintendo also owns the rights to two Mario-based porn titles, titled “Super Hornio Brothers,” in order to prevent their sale and distribution, in order to maintain its own image.

Which makes sense, because around the same time, they were also building a prototype of a Nintendo Entertainment System-powered knitting peripheral — no I’m not kidding. It’s never been certain why they shelved the unit, but it’s not hard to imagine they couldn’t figure out how to properly sell the peripheral and its accompanying software to the general public.

Bob would have been all over that knitting peripheral.

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Aug 29 '14
Joseph Joestar - sonuvabitch (Stardust Crusaders)

poolnareff:

English-American grandpa Joseph Joestar for the anon that requested it this morning

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Aug 26 '14

bycrom:

bycrom:

By Crom! is my joke-a-panel autobiographical comic featuring life advice and spiritual guidance from Conan the Barbarian. It ran from January 2012 to May 2014, and is collected in two books, The Collected By Crom! and Full Colour Cromulence. You can read the archives on WealdComics.com, and grab the books in print and in PDF.

By Crom! will be tabling with Weald Comics at TCAF, VanCAF, TAAFI and possibly FanExpo Toronto!

Hello new followers! Welcome! Here’s an overview of By Crom! for you all!

If you’re looking for By Crom! this fall, you can catch me flailing excitedly around GenCon with some postcards and high fives but no table, or you can come to booth a287 at FanExpo in Toronto for all the books and prints and originals a true barbarian could desire. 

Cromulent Summer Reruns have been running here on By Crom!, having now completed a rerun of the full first zine. We’re taking a short break and will be back on the 21st with reruns from The Collected By Crom!.

Thank you all so much for all your support here! It’s been a wild ride and I’m touched that you’re touched by all Conan’s “weirdly inspirational” advice!

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Aug 25 '14
If you’re a student in one of the black schools here and you get into a fight you’ll probably get arrested and charged with assault. We have kids here who are barred from voting before they’re even old enough to register.

A black (male) protestor/resident of Ferguson, as quoted in Newsweek. 

Here is where the “talking-head”/op-ed bent of our media and culture has failed us. While they all want to bemoan the “12% voter turnout at the last election,” no one has the sense to ask about the structural forces that contribute to that low figure. Instead they (and I’m including Al Sharpton in this category) yell at black voters to do their part, or, when they’re being nice about it, try to get protestors to register to vote. But listen to those protestors who cannot vote. They’re telling us they never stood a chance.

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See also: It’s a privilege to throw out “Just go vote! Get your voice heard!” because everybody doesn’t get that.

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Aug 22 '14

snubpollard:

(Blade of the Immortal, Hiroaki Samura)

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Aug 22 '14

Kamikaze Girls (2004)

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Aug 22 '14
pulpcovers:

The Evilest Place In The World http://ift.tt/1qwwDiR

"Women&#8217;s most closely guarded secret: THE LESBIAN&#8221;

pulpcovers:

The Evilest Place In The World http://ift.tt/1qwwDiR

"Women’s most closely guarded secret: THE LESBIAN

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Aug 22 '14

littlefroggies:

Breast Nuggets

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Aug 21 '14

heysawbones:

Ya diggety-dang-ding-dong at mo-comic.com.

You know what’s crazy? Polybius. Polybius is crazy.

It’s one of the more popular urban legends in gaming, centering around an arcade cabinet reportedly showcased in multiple suburban areas around Portland, Oregon, in 1981, and the legend goes that people who played it would undergo multiple side-effects such as amnesia and night terrors, all made by a company called Sinneslöschen, a German word for “the erasure of the senses/Sense-delete.” There were also reports of men in black suits gathering data from the machine, and the folks who played the game often stopped playing video games entirely, and some even became anti-game activists.

Unfortunately, there’s no real explanation for how this legend came to be. Some say it was merely a prototype of Tempest that had the unfortunate side-effect of epilepsy due to flashing images and colors, which would offer a good foundation for such a game, especially in the fairly early days of arcades.

Though, in 2006, a man by the name of Steven Roach appeared and claimed to have the real story: He worked as a sub-contractor in Czechozlovakiafor a South American company (which was never named), and he alleged, as mentioned earlier, that it was merely a game whose visuals, while revolutionary, caused epilepsy and had to be recalled. However, due to his own lack of information and some inconsistencies/holes in his story, it was never confirmed by anyone else.

Through his stories, people have attempted to reconstruct what Polybius could have been, and you can actually still play it after all this time RIGHT HERE.

My favorite part is that the game is named after a Greek historian who was famous for claiming one should never report what you can’t verify through interviewing witnesses.

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