The Booze Leprechaun

bradleyjardine:

DARIO WAS DRYING TK’S VISOR.

AND HE WAS EXCITED TO DO IT BECAUSE HE NEVER GOT TO DO IT FOR HIS OWN HELMET.

YOU ADORABLE BASTARD.

Dear lord I hope someone makes a gif of that moment. He looked like the only one having fun on Saturday as he was wiping the helmet dry.

Taking advantage of the not as hot as the inside of Satan’s asshole morning to enjoy a smoke and adult beverage outside.

Taking advantage of the not as hot as the inside of Satan’s asshole morning to enjoy a smoke and adult beverage outside.

"My Daughter is a Firework."

hotel-job:

GUEST: Do you have a recommendation for a store that dresses up girls as Katy Perry?
CONCIERGE: I do not.
GUEST: There’s no Katy Perry dress up store?
CONCIERGE: Well, there’s a great costume shop in the village called Halloween Adventure. They’ll have Katy Perry costumes.
GUEST: Oh, perfect. Perfect. I want to dress my daughter like Katy Perry.

beeishappy:

TCR | 2014.07.16 | Marvel’s chief creative officer Joe Quesada explains that Captain America’s days are numbered, which leads to exciting news for Stephen.

xombiedirge:

The Line It is Drawn joins in with Batman’s 75th Birthday celebrations with some awesome mashup homages over on CBR. My picks are up top, but you can check out many more HERE.

Batman vs. the Cthulhu Mythos by Fernando Pinto

Batman & Robin meet the Minutemen by Nick Perks

Batman and Moon Knight by Derek Langille / Tumblr

Batman and the Dukes of Hazzard by David Branstetter

itswalky:

comicsalliance:

ASK CHRIS #203: THE COMPLICATED CONTINUITY OF G.I. JOE
By Chris Sims
Q: G.I. Joe: Where do I even begin with their myriad continuities? — @Eric_R_Wilson
A: I’ve spent the past few weeks catching up on recent G.I. Joe comics with a stack of paperbacks that I picked up at HeroesCon, and while I’ve been really interested in seeing all the changes and new characters that set the IDW books apart from the original Marvel series, I’m still pretty surprised by this question. I mean, yes, there’s a lot of G.I. Joe out there and a lot of different takes on that core idea, but when you get right down to it, it’s no more complicated than your average superhero comic.
Which is to say that it’s actually very complicated. Especially when the ninjas start getting involved.
READ MORE

Chris Sims’ grappling with the idea of “filecard continuity” is ADORABLE to me, like watching a baby take its first steps.  

itswalky:

comicsalliance:

ASK CHRIS #203: THE COMPLICATED CONTINUITY OF G.I. JOE

By Chris Sims

Q: G.I. Joe: Where do I even begin with their myriad continuities? — @Eric_R_Wilson

A: I’ve spent the past few weeks catching up on recent G.I. Joe comics with a stack of paperbacks that I picked up at HeroesCon, and while I’ve been really interested in seeing all the changes and new characters that set the IDW books apart from the original Marvel series, I’m still pretty surprised by this question. I mean, yes, there’s a lot of G.I. Joe out there and a lot of different takes on that core idea, but when you get right down to it, it’s no more complicated than your average superhero comic.

Which is to say that it’s actually very complicated. Especially when the ninjas start getting involved.

READ MORE

Chris Sims’ grappling with the idea of “filecard continuity” is ADORABLE to me, like watching a baby take its first steps.  

Social media meeting this week featuring #Cubanacan and @thedrakeisgood

Social media meeting this week featuring #Cubanacan and @thedrakeisgood