goremet:

danyanimated:

So I was writing a small paper in Microsoft Word and the program suddenly crashed (I saved a couple minutes before, thank god) and I get this message in the corner of my screen two seconds afterward

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what the fuck

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Reblog if you’ve ever yelled at a book.

kripke-is-my-king:

professionalcrazyfangirl:

polerin:

cannibalcoalition:

afoxnamedtod:

Are there people who don’t reblog this?

I can only assume that the ones who haven’t aren’t reading the right books.

FUCKING BOOKS.

If it doesn’t make you mad, it’s not good enough.

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iron-bae:

The beauty of Inquisition is just breath taking

iron-bae:

The beauty of Inquisition is just breath taking

(via worst-unicorn)


ewokpillowtalk:

Here’s part of the stream from today! (For any of you that missed the stream).

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screamsflailsdiesetc:

b-homestruggle:

Holy shit…Bryan? Sorry for the typo, too lazy to edit

our creators, ladies and gentlemen

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DC Comics has gone from one female creator (at the start of the New 52 in 2011) to 11 at the close of 2014.

Marvel Comics has moved from zero female-led monthly titles to 10 by the end of this year.

Wonder Woman is headlining three monthly titles for the first time in her 75 year career.

Marvel is pushing forward ideas like a female Thor, an African-American Captain America, and, if rumors are true, even a female Wolverine — diversifying their A-list for the first time ever.

DC has re-envisioned its entire Bat-line in October to reflect the need for genre diversity and attract new readers, reinvigorating Batgirl, Batwoman, and Secret Six, and introducing such titles as Gotham Academy, Klarion, Arkham Manor, and Gotham by Midnight.

Dynamite Entertainment is expanding its commitment to female-led titles and preparing an all-woman team book written by Gail Simone for 2015.

Valiant Comics has released its first ever female-led title, The Death-Defying Doctor Mirage, to much acclaim.

Dark Horse Comics is broadening its creator-owned base in the wake of the loss of their Star Wars license, publishing more non-corporate-owned material than ever before.

Archie Comics is aggressively pursuing its mission to diversify the denizens of Riverdale, and add a broad collection of new genres to its publishing mix, including horror and super-hero titles.

And companies like Image Comics, BOOM! Studios, IDW Publishing, and Monkeybrain Comics continue to broaden the sheer amount of different types of material available today for adults and kids both.

Matt Santori-Griffith, “Crisis of Epic Proportion: Time of Change.” (via lyrafay)

All true stuff…and nice to see!

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disneysnewgroove:

Disney movies in order of historical setting

(Excludes most of the package films. Some films, eg The Lion King, are impossible to pin down exactly and some, like Aladdin and Treasure Planet, are anachronistic, so these are estimations. A few have been split into 2 if there is more than one time period in the movie, and sequels have been put together.)

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owenhqrper:

manicdepressivenightmaregirl:

Someone should revoke my Twitter rights.

someone please get starfire and drax in a room together with a radio

owenhqrper:

manicdepressivenightmaregirl:

Someone should revoke my Twitter rights.

someone please get starfire and drax in a room together with a radio

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There are wolves, they would say. And there are stories about wolves and girls. Girls in red. All alone in the woods, about to get eaten up. Wolves and girls. Both have sharp teeth.

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