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flatbear:

So I think we were all pretty righteously pissed off today. And then Greg Rucka reminded us all why we buy so many of his comics.

And like some lesser designs, you can also buy this on a shirt.

EEEEeeeeee!!!!! I need 6!

reblagging for anyone that might have missed it last night <3

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cassidyswan:

billiestennant:

stop killing ladies and start killing dudebros 2k14

 

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psych-comedy:

Does the name Pavlov ring a bell?

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ramjet94:

Remember how Teen Titans had a lesson about Racism without blatantly bringing Cyborg’s Race into it?

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cool it comes with a free refill 

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What if? #34

what if everyone at marvel was on drugs?

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fuckyeahlavernecox:

ONLY A FEW HOURS LEFT TO VOTE

Boost it, electrocute it, rocketship it

She is currently behind Justin Bieber and Katy Perry.
Can we please not let that happen, thanks

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On The Erasure of People of Colour From Dystopian Fiction

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"Oh yeah, that was the biggest joke of all. I think that there is a general pattern of “white-ifying” everything. Just because they make Heimdall black in the Thor movies doesn’t really make a counterargument. In fact, the amount of what they call “racebending” that goes on in Hollywood is extraordinary. I mean, I have sat down with agents who will tell me straight up, “Listen, you write about Dominicans in New Jersey. We can make an indie film about this, but nobody in Hollywood wants to see anything but white leads.” And so when I heard that they wanted to cast all white characters in Akira, it just really shows you how little the dream factory of our popular culture has caught up with the diverse reality of our present. I mean, the nation in which we live — and the world in which we live — is so extraordinarily more like a future than the futures that we’re being sold on the screen and on television."

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 Junot Díaz

 

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