I love how book lovers reward themselves with finishing a book by buying more books.
Sometimes we don’t even finish before buying more. We tend to congratulate our selves for buying books by buying more books.
Photos: Fictitious Visions.
Oh my gosh
and the new baddest ass thing i’ve seen this week
How to be Alone: A video that changed my life.
This is an amazingly inspirational creative piece.
I honestly just want to say thank you for not erasing my text, just to replace it with yours when this video is so special to me. Thank you so much for not doing that. <3 That was so kind of you.
This is sweet and perf
Red Warriors Antifa- 80’s, France.
good use of bat-and-sickle instead of hammer-and-sickle
Oh, I see you’ve met my boyfriends…
No, these guys belong to me and experimentalmadness.
We called them like a year ago.
Sorry, comrade. Tough luck.
from each according to their ability, to each according to [pronoun] need for hunky commie man candy
Erik Lehnsherr, better known to the world at large as Magneto, is going solo.
Announced on USA Today, Cullen Bunn and Gabriel Hernandez Walta are teaming to tell the story of what happens when Marvel’s mutant master of magnetism breaks ranks from his role as second-in-command of Cyclops’ band of outlaw X-Men to tackle the anti-mutant injustices of the world singlehandedly. According to Bunn, denizens of the Marvel U had better be prepared.
"Magneto should be seen as some kind of monster by the world at large," Bunn told USA Today. "When he cuts loose, cities tremble. He might stand by the heroes from time to time, but he’s terrifying for the average person. He’s out there — wandering about, waiting — but sooner or later he’s going to strike and when he does, chaos erupts. Magneto is cloaked in that sense of fear and dread."
"Magneto" launches in March as the latest ongoing monthly series in the publisher’s All-New Marvel NOW! initiative.