1. A friend of mine once told me he didn’t “get” the title and address of my blog. Well, here.

    You found my comb behind her chest of drawers

    She said she’d slept alone, but the bed was full of hairs

    And when you matched them up, beyond a shadow of a doubt

    The hairs belonged to Beelzebub

    And you began to puzzle out

    The inexplicable charisma of the rival,

    You said ‘describe for me the hairstyle of the devil’

    'Does he make you laugh?' (Don't answer!)

    'Does he earn a lot?' (Don't answer that!)

    'Does he dress you up in black?' (Shut up, don't answer back!)

    'Just tell him I'm dying to meet him'”

    -from MomusHairstyle of the Devil

     
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    Cyclops doesn’t particularly care for the fourth wall. (From New X-Men: Annual 2001, written by Grant Morrison, artwork by Leinil Francis Yu)

    Cyclops doesn’t particularly care for the fourth wall. (From New X-Men: Annual 2001, written by Grant Morrison, artwork by Leinil Francis Yu)

     
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    Ignore what I said previously. The dialogue on this page is the most Grant Morrison thing. (From The Invisibles issue number something-or-other - the trade paperback releases are never the clearest on which chapter is from which issue. Art by Phil Jimenez.)

    Ignore what I said previously. The dialogue on this page is the most Grant Morrison thing. (From The Invisibles issue number something-or-other - the trade paperback releases are never the clearest on which chapter is from which issue. Art by Phil Jimenez.)

     
  4. 05:07 2nd Sep 2014

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    Great find at Half Priced Books. The CD was scratched up beyond play and they left the tape pictured on the back of the box!

    how sad is it that I see this and my first thought is “which Spawn action figure is this on top of?”

     
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    Daredevil #16, Brian Michael Bendis (art by David Mack, 2001)

    Daredevil #16, Brian Michael Bendis (art by David Mack, 2001)

     
  6. When I first got my Marvel Unlimited subscription, I gotta admit - I was pretty lost. The sheer volume of archived material is intimidating to an extreme, and without a good guide it can be a major headache to figure out what to read and when. Since discovering this link, though, I’ve been happily making my way through the archives - starting with the “Marvel Knights era”, as the list’s creator calls it - and it’s been a great experience so far. In addition to the tons of hidden gems I never would have read otherwise (such as the Inhumans limited series), I finally have a chronological context for the Marvel I had read previously (the 1998 Daredevil series, Grant Morrison’s New X-Men, etc.), and that alone would be worth it even if the rest weren’t so great. If you’re interested in Marvel comics at all, this guide should be your bible - it’s certainly mine.

     
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    No comment. (From Nova #9, Dan Abnett and Wellington Alves, 2007)

    No comment. (From Nova #9, Dan Abnett and Wellington Alves, 2007)

     
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    hairstyleofthedevil:

I’ve been assimilated. iBorg.

It’s a 4th-gen iPad, someone asked if it was an Air and I figured I’d step in and say it’s not

    hairstyleofthedevil:

    I’ve been assimilated. iBorg.

    It’s a 4th-gen iPad, someone asked if it was an Air and I figured I’d step in and say it’s not

     
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    I’ve been assimilated. iBorg.

    I’ve been assimilated. iBorg.

     
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    Deena Pilgrim has anger issues like nobody’s business, holy crap (from Powers #23, 2003, Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming)

    Deena Pilgrim has anger issues like nobody’s business, holy crap (from Powers #23, 2003, Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming)