All Murder, All Guts, All Fun!
1950sunlimited:

Spock Smacks!

1950sunlimited:

Spock Smacks!

peaches-bee:

Mike Ness and that guitar

doctor-sardonicus:

The Misfits: 1977-1983

Marilyn Manson - Into The Fire
162 plays

You won’t die alone ‘cause I’ll break off my own arms
Sharpen my bones, stab you once for each time
I thought you were trying to take something
You’ll never be good enough to even look upon

real talk from Alex Story [x]

knightamazon:

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Trinity


First look at Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman

Not bad, a lot better than I thought.

First look at Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman

Not bad, a lot better than I thought.

Ranting about stuff

It’s not exactly breaking news but Marvel is going to kill Wolverine in the coming months and it really got me thinking again. It’s just getting ridiculous how often DC and Marvel are killing off flagship characters. It’s just a waste of time at this point because we all know Logan isn’t going to stay dead. Ever since DC was going to kill Superman in The Death of Superman but brought him back due to the book selling again and reignited interest in Superman both publishers have killed off so many characters and brought them back to life almost immediately. Just to name a few characters that have been killed off and brought back fairly quickly there’s: Captain America, Batman, Superman, Human Torch, etc. I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with killing a character off or bringing them back. It’s just that they’re brought back too soon. Naturally it’s safe to assume that this is done to attract new readers or keep current readers interested. But I have a suggestion for keeping people interested instead of killing everyone off or rebooting every series (I’m not hating on the New 52 or Marvel NOW! some of it is pretty awesome) Why not produce more mini-series that can be dubbed non-canon with those characters that people love so that there can be new/fresh awesome ideas out there without having to worry about not interfering with what another writer wishes to achieve with their story arc that’s part of the central continuity? That might solve the problem of mediocre writing. Along with attracting new readers and you’ll get them hooked with good writing instead of having to cancel most of the books that are being sold because no one is buying. Maybe I’m wrong, maybe I’m not. It’s just my opinion, so I have no control over what the companies decide to do. I just think that new readers should be picking a book up because it’s good or they heard it was good not just because they liked the movie that came out (I’m not saying it’s bad that a film adaptation is a bad reason to get into comics, comics rule so it’s cool that people are reading no matter how they were introduced to them, I’m just mad that publishers depend on the films too much and the quality of the books can suffer because of that)

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revelation2220:

The fragile waves of days They break against the shore of all these years

revelation2220:

The fragile waves of days
They break against the shore
of all these years