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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)

     
  2. 19:21

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    Reblogged from hairstyleofthedevil

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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

     
  3. 16:10

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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)

     
  5. 23:48 17th Aug 2014

    Notes: 9

    Reblogged from industrialhoney

    theshugotv:

    I was waiting FOREVER to do this 

    what if… what if this post can get to 999 notes AS WELL?

     
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    His artwork may not be up to quite the same level of sophistication and detail as, say, Ivan Reis’s work on Green Lantern or Bryan Hitch on The Ultimates, but artist Andrea DiVito does certainly pull out some fantastic work from time to time. Pages like this one from the Annihilation mini-series’ third issue take full advantage of the epic scale afforded by the vast Marvel universe - an unimaginably vast plane which decades of stories have been drawn from, where scenes of truly massive destruction and powers far beyond that of the more conventional heroes and villains can be found, away from the comparatively safe planet Earth that most of them call home.

    His artwork may not be up to quite the same level of sophistication and detail as, say, Ivan Reis’s work on Green Lantern or Bryan Hitch on The Ultimates, but artist Andrea DiVito does certainly pull out some fantastic work from time to time. Pages like this one from the Annihilation mini-series’ third issue take full advantage of the epic scale afforded by the vast Marvel universe - an unimaginably vast plane which decades of stories have been drawn from, where scenes of truly massive destruction and powers far beyond that of the more conventional heroes and villains can be found, away from the comparatively safe planet Earth that most of them call home.

     
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    What are you doing, Gamora? (From Annihilation #2, Keith Giffen and Andrea DiVito, 2007)

    What are you doing, Gamora? (From Annihilation #2, Keith Giffen and Andrea DiVito, 2007)

     
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    This is the world I now live in

    This is the world I now live in

     
  9. DON’T WORRY

    that’s probably going to be the last time I post anything political on here, I’ll stick to comic pages for the most part - a guaranteed basic income just happens to be one of my pet causes and seeing people on the other side of the liberal/conservative divide making a case for it warms the cockles of my heart.

     
  10. 21:19

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    If liberals and conservatives can both hold hands and support each other on this issue, then maybe a bright future isn’t actually mindless, pie-in-the-sky optimism after all. There might just be a hope after all!

    (Of course, most people in positions of power will probably just argue that a basic income will lead to everything becoming so ridiculously expensive that life will become unaffordable again somehow and thus say it’s not worth implementing, but… you know… optimism, people.)