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laughingsquid:

HyperLip, Wearable Plastic Lips That Force the Wearer’s Face Into a Bizarre Toothy Grimace
Blake Leyh - The Fall
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arathesane:

Track: The Fall.

Artist: Blake Leyh.

Album: … all the pieces matter, Five Years of Music from The Wire.

laughingsquid:

The Strikingly Bizarre Patches of the Drug Enforcement Administration
dilclo:

reblog if u want a relationship like this! :))))

dilclo:

reblog if u want a relationship like this! :))))

thegoodfilms:

The Big Lebowski | 1998

titsandcolorfulshit:

By the lovely and talented A-KA

vgjunk:

"Super Pipe House" from Super Mario RPG, SNES.

nsfwhumor:

Ain’t That Some Bulls**t

comicsalliance:

IDW PUBLISHING’S TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES COMICS ARE THE TMNT COMICS YOU’VE WANTED SINCE 1989
By Chris Sims
Listen folks, I want to like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles a lot. I have a huge amount of childhood nostalgia caught up in those characters, and as an adult, I can recognize TMNT as arguably the single most successful independent comic book of all time, a cornerstone that paved the way for a revolution of creator-owned books that continues today. I want them to be good, but there’s so much of it, spread across so much media, that it’s hard to figure out what to get into if I want something that’s going to live up to those high hopes.
Fortunately, Comixology celebrated the release of the latest Ninja Turtles movie with a sale on the current run of comics from IDW Publishing and gave me exactly the opportunity I was looking for. Since I had only heard good things about those comics — and since everyone I asked about them told me to just get it all — I took the plunge ad bought up everything they had, and I’ve been spending the last few days reading through. And seriously?
It is good. It’s, like, X-Men in the ’70s good.
READ MORE

Its THE best comic out right now

comicsalliance:

IDW PUBLISHING’S TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES COMICS ARE THE TMNT COMICS YOU’VE WANTED SINCE 1989

By Chris Sims

Listen folks, I want to like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles a lot. I have a huge amount of childhood nostalgia caught up in those characters, and as an adult, I can recognize TMNT as arguably the single most successful independent comic book of all time, a cornerstone that paved the way for a revolution of creator-owned books that continues today. I want them to be good, but there’s so much of it, spread across so much media, that it’s hard to figure out what to get into if I want something that’s going to live up to those high hopes.

Fortunately, Comixology celebrated the release of the latest Ninja Turtles movie with a sale on the current run of comics from IDW Publishing and gave me exactly the opportunity I was looking for. Since I had only heard good things about those comics — and since everyone I asked about them told me to just get it all — I took the plunge ad bought up everything they had, and I’ve been spending the last few days reading through. And seriously?

It is good. It’s, like, X-Men in the ’70s good.

READ MORE

Its THE best comic out right now

transisted:

i have had it with this website and its fucking devil magic

transisted:

i have had it with this website and its fucking devil magic

freexcitizen:

Me
4gifs:

Can’t keep meowt. [video]

4gifs:

Can’t keep meowt. [video]