berunov:

Rocket, no.

lifeascomics:

Kirby world: Ladies get the nerve!!

"Another time, Jack took a call. A voice on the other end said, ‘There are three of us down here in the lobby. We want to see the guy who does this disgusting comic book and show him what real Nazis would do to his Captain America’. To the horror of others in the office, Kirby rolled up his sleeves and headed downstairs. The callers, however, were gone by the time he arrived."
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Mark Evanier, Kirby: King of Comics (via nerdhapley)

It’s Jack Kirby’s birthday, so here’s that story of him being bad ass all of the time.

(via nerdhapley)

Hey! We’re the Guardians of the Galaxy and we’re here to— #%@&!! We’re too late, aren’t we?

novacorps:

As evil!Richard would say: uh, doy.

novacorps:

As evil!Richard would say: uh, doy.

femcomics:

Have you ever wanted to see more of your favourite, but not popular heroine? Have you ever wanted to see some strong female characters from the other side: vulnerable or confused or tired, not as ready-to-everything superheroines, but as women? Have you ever been tired of wrong or unfair portrayal of your favourite lady? Have you just wanted to see more of respectfully treated ladies in comic books?
Have you ever wanted to create comics? Have you ever wanted to challenge yourself and try your limits? 
FemComicsEvent asks you to join us and participate!

The basics are easy: 
the contest is open to anyone who identifies as female (be it they are cis or transgender);
you can sign up as an artist, as a writer, or as both;
you are to be paired, as a team you choose some Marvel lady* you want to tell a story about;
you have 2 months to create 3 solid pages of your favourite lady;
enjoy and have fun!

please read the page about the event, and if you still have any questions, here’s the askbox.
all details (rules, dates, sign up forms etc) will be added later.
*any Marvel lady you want to represent in your story.

femcomics:

Have you ever wanted to see more of your favourite, but not popular heroine? Have you ever wanted to see some strong female characters from the other side: vulnerable or confused or tired, not as ready-to-everything superheroines, but as women? Have you ever been tired of wrong or unfair portrayal of your favourite lady? Have you just wanted to see more of respectfully treated ladies in comic books?

Have you ever wanted to create comics? Have you ever wanted to challenge yourself and try your limits? 

FemComicsEvent asks you to join us and participate!

The basics are easy: 

  • the contest is open to anyone who identifies as female (be it they are cis or transgender);
  • you can sign up as an artist, as a writer, or as both;
  • you are to be paired, as a team you choose some Marvel lady* you want to tell a story about;
  • you have 2 months to create 3 solid pages of your favourite lady;
  • enjoy and have fun!

please read the page about the event, and if you still have any questions, here’s the askbox.

all details (rules, dates, sign up forms etc) will be added later.

*any Marvel lady you want to represent in your story.

  1. tillallare1 said: Because Simon Furman, James Roberts, and John Barber are gods among men

    Why can’t Hasbro do a non-Bay Transformers movie and have those guys co-write the script? After reading their work I bet they can make good compelling Transformers stories that actually focus on the Cybertronians and have them have actual personalities (yeah yeah I know Bay makes money).



  2. deviousdevilx said: Ugh I know- it’s awful. Why must dumb robots make me cry?!

    I know right? I just read the latest issues of RID and MTME and ugh so much death and bittersweet feelings and me caring for characters that I would ever expect to care about. I also feel that IDW just goes beyond the Decepticons are evil and Autobots are good trope and making mothereffing Megatron an Autobot and making it work. Yeah IDW’s Transformers is good I mean it’s not perfect and I had some nitpicks here and there but overall it has been good (Heck IDW has a lot of good titles).

    Marvel’s Transformers was also good and a bit traumatic at some points but also good.

    Hell even G1’s Transformers Movie got pretty intense for a kid’s movie, it had so much unsettling and memorable deaths not to mention I’ll forever know that movie as the movie that killed a big chunk of my favorite Transformers (Prowl, Ratcher, and Starscream).

fuckyeahsteverogers:

Avengers #34

mistresseva-eroticaandmore:

masters of the universe cover by nebezial