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powerrangers20:

power rangers foot soldiers


okay is anyone else having a problem where they’ve tagged something within the last few hours and it doesn’t seem to be registering? like i reblogged some my mad fat diary psots and tagged them ‘mmfd’ but when i look at that tab on my tumblr it says there are no posts tagged that. help?


skoothsmin:

science fiction was invented by a woman

don’t you ever fucking forget that


homolesbians:

jannapahkina:

"so there’s this new show….."

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"there’s lesbians in it"

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Accurate



powerrangers20:

top 9 villians
requested by linkorius


lesliecrusher:

blanket apology to all the female celebrities i hated as a teenager because i was up to my eyeballs in internalized misogyny


powerrangers20:

top 9 green rangers
requested by majerscoots


effyyyy:

i’m watching 13 Going on 30 and the moral of the story is be nice to the nerd who loves you and lives next door because in like 20 years he’s gonna turn into Mark Ruffalo



Instead of saying “You’re fat and you’re ugly.”, I’m going to say “You are the person who helped your mum out, who saved your best mate, who lives with an illness, but keeps on going.



"When you’ve lived in someone’s shadow for a long time, you can get used to it. You have to. Especially when it’s someone who’s so perfect and so beautiful. We accept that some birds are high flying birds, and other birds are not, but that doesn’t mean they can’t fly together.”

Finn flirting with Rae


comicsalliance:

DC’S NEWEST HEROINES OLIVE & MAPS GET THE GRAND TOUR IN ‘GOTHAM ACADEMY’ #1 [PREVIEW]
By Chris Sims
Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl’s Gotham Academy is the comic I never knew I wanted until it was announced, and every moment since then has been an eternity of waiting for it to actually hit shelves. Now, with the book set for release this Wednesday, we are finally on the verge of living in a world where there is a high school adventure drama that also has Batman in it.
If, however, you can’t wait, then I have some good news. Today, DC released a five-page preview of the new series, in which our lead characters, Olive SIlverlock and Maps Mizoguchi, take a tour of the ominous and imposing Gotham Academy, before immediately being caught in an equally ominous and imposing thunderstorm. Because of course there’s a thunderstorm; heavy rain and blood-red skies are the only two types of weather allowed in Gotham City.
As you can see in the spread above, Gotham Academy is moving things along at a pretty mazing pace. The awkwardness of Olive being forced to “nanny” her ex-boyfriend’s little sister, who is apparently oblivious about the end of their relationship, is summed up pretty fantastically right in those first two pages. It’s a lot of character work done very efficiently, and it makes room for one of my all-time favorite techniques in comics, a giant cutaway that is also a Family Circus-esque follow-the-dotted-line map of the school.
I’m not even kidding. That dotted line thing is next level. Bill Keane knew what was up.
MORE PAGES AT COMICS ALLIANCE

comicsalliance:

DC’S NEWEST HEROINES OLIVE & MAPS GET THE GRAND TOUR IN ‘GOTHAM ACADEMY’ #1 [PREVIEW]

By Chris Sims

Becky CloonanBrenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl’s Gotham Academy is the comic I never knew I wanted until it was announced, and every moment since then has been an eternity of waiting for it to actually hit shelves. Now, with the book set for release this Wednesday, we are finally on the verge of living in a world where there is a high school adventure drama that also has Batman in it.

If, however, you can’t wait, then I have some good news. Today, DC released a five-page preview of the new series, in which our lead characters, Olive SIlverlock and Maps Mizoguchi, take a tour of the ominous and imposing Gotham Academy, before immediately being caught in an equally ominous and imposing thunderstorm. Because of course there’s a thunderstorm; heavy rain and blood-red skies are the only two types of weather allowed in Gotham City.

As you can see in the spread above, Gotham Academy is moving things along at a pretty mazing pace. The awkwardness of Olive being forced to “nanny” her ex-boyfriend’s little sister, who is apparently oblivious about the end of their relationship, is summed up pretty fantastically right in those first two pages. It’s a lot of character work done very efficiently, and it makes room for one of my all-time favorite techniques in comics, a giant cutaway that is also a Family Circus-esque follow-the-dotted-line map of the school.

I’m not even kidding. That dotted line thing is next level. Bill Keane knew what was up.

MORE PAGES AT COMICS ALLIANCE