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moarrrmagazine:

New York. 1983.
Photos by Thomas Hoepker


ramonperez:

brianmichaelbendis:

Black Canary by Alex Toth

…a man’s whose art I hold in the highest regard; Alex Toth. His pursuit of the simplified line is beautiful.

ramonperez:

brianmichaelbendis:

Black Canary by Alex Toth

…a man’s whose art I hold in the highest regard; Alex Toth. His pursuit of the simplified line is beautiful.


#dc

hannabalxmarie:

Asked by ANON: Favorite 80s Fantasy Films

The 80s was truly the best decade for cheesy 80s fantasy films. If you haven’t seen all of these, you’re missing out. In order of pictures:

  • Legend (1985) 
  • The Last Unicorn (1982)
  • Ladyhawke (1985)
  • Labyrinth (1986)
  • The Secret of Nimh (1982) 
  • The Neverending Story (1984)
  • Red Sonja (1985)
  • Masters of the Universe (1987)
  • Return to Oz (1985)
  • Highlander (1986)
  • Conan the Barbarian (1982)
  • Krull (1983)
  • Excalibur (1981)
  • Clash of the Titans (1981)
  • Dark Crystal (1982)
  • The Princess Bride (1987)
  • Willow (1988)
  • The Beastmaster (1982)

Yes! <3


youneeeed:

first impression


#art

doctorbutler:

Concept artwork for JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure - All-Star Battle

Note the biblical plague in Stage 4.


popobana:

치즈케이크맛쿠키

popobana:

치즈케이크맛쿠키


#art

dentyou:

上手く行かなかったが終わったもんは終わったので

dentyou:

上手く行かなかったが終わったもんは終わったので


#art

kr0npr1nz:

#studying

kr0npr1nz:

#studying


#art

adventuresinozrpg:

One of the most unique things about the Oz fandom is that everyone has their own idea of the canon.
Some people are fans of the MGM movie and feel no need to read any of the books. For some people, Wicked: The Musical is the spiritual successor to the film (I haven’t seen it, but I found the novel intriguing). Others prefer the version of events presented in Oz the Great and Powerful as “their prequel” to The Wizard of Oz.
Among the book fans, canon can get really diverse. While most agree on Baum’s original 14 books as canon, some stop there rather than embrace the contributions of Ruth Plumly Thompson and the others authors that brought us the Famous 40. Beyond that, several authors have undertaken to write and publish their own Oz stories that a number of fans have accepted and added to their own personal canon.
And that’s perfectly fine.

adventuresinozrpg:

One of the most unique things about the Oz fandom is that everyone has their own idea of the canon.

Some people are fans of the MGM movie and feel no need to read any of the books. For some people, Wicked: The Musical is the spiritual successor to the film (I haven’t seen it, but I found the novel intriguing). Others prefer the version of events presented in Oz the Great and Powerful as “their prequel” to The Wizard of Oz.

Among the book fans, canon can get really diverse. While most agree on Baum’s original 14 books as canon, some stop there rather than embrace the contributions of Ruth Plumly Thompson and the others authors that brought us the Famous 40. Beyond that, several authors have undertaken to write and publish their own Oz stories that a number of fans have accepted and added to their own personal canon.

And that’s perfectly fine.


You seem like a nice guy, but this is not a city -or a job- for nice guys.