British Blogger: Ok now listen here you dumb fockin Americans know what this is? *shows pic of bubblegum* We call this a Sniksmacksnibblebob which you uncultured fockin twats would know nothing about.
Me: Chill
comicsideblog:

booster what the fuck

comicsideblog:

booster what the fuck

comicbookwomen:

 Powerpuff Girls/X-men mashup by Rey Arzeno

comicbookwomen:

Powerpuff Girls/X-men mashup by Rey Arzeno

squidbiscuit:

14. Doing something they don’t normally do

Jubilee would totally take her skating…..Seriously, everyone needs to read X-23’s series.

waitingforthet:

Oh, Chris Claremont. You do love your lesbians.
And your body horror. 
And your possession/mind control. 
Man, this came out creepier than I intended.

waitingforthet:

Oh, Chris Claremont. You do love your lesbians.

And your body horror. 

And your possession/mind control. 

Man, this came out creepier than I intended.

why-i-love-comics:

A+X #10 - “Black Widow + Fantomex”

written by B. Clay Mooreart by Kris Anka

why-i-love-comics:

A+X #10 - “Black Widow + Fantomex”

written by B. Clay Moore
art by Kris Anka

redcell6:

Black Panther Redesign by Kiaski Donkor

redcell6:

Black Panther Redesign by Kiaski Donkor

wearewakanda:

Technological prowess is definitely vital. Wakanda is often called “the most technologically advanced nation in the world” in the comics and that’s crucial to explaining how it has survived and stayed independent for so long. Nobody has to explicitly say “this is the most advanced country in the world”.  It can be shown through examples of tech that’s at least on par with what we’ve seen from SHIELD and Tony Stark. There has to be a sense that they’re a few steps ahead and prepared for anything.

Advancement in general is a huge part of Wakandan culture, which is part of why it actually isn’t a social utopia. The other essential element of Wakanda is the importance of tradition. Many of T’Challa’s problems come from the fact that he’s more globally-minded than his predecessors and there’s a large portion of Wakanda that prefers the “old ways.”  They want T’Challa to just look after Wakanda and not be influenced by the outside world. They’re the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” crowd. But as I mentioned, being prepared for anything is the other part of Wakandan culture and T’Challa sees his work outside of Wakanda as a way of doing that. Balancing new and old, knowing where you’re going while remembering where you came from, these are the concepts that define both Wakanda and the Black Panther.
Source: Fantastic Four 607
-We Are Wakanda

wearewakanda:

Technological prowess is definitely vital. Wakanda is often called “the most technologically advanced nation in the world” in the comics and that’s crucial to explaining how it has survived and stayed independent for so long. Nobody has to explicitly say “this is the most advanced country in the world”.  It can be shown through examples of tech that’s at least on par with what we’ve seen from SHIELD and Tony Stark. There has to be a sense that they’re a few steps ahead and prepared for anything.

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Advancement in general is a huge part of Wakandan culture, which is part of why it actually isn’t a social utopia. The other essential element of Wakanda is the importance of tradition. Many of T’Challa’s problems come from the fact that he’s more globally-minded than his predecessors and there’s a large portion of Wakanda that prefers the “old ways.”  They want T’Challa to just look after Wakanda and not be influenced by the outside world. They’re the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” crowd. But as I mentioned, being prepared for anything is the other part of Wakandan culture and T’Challa sees his work outside of Wakanda as a way of doing that. Balancing new and old, knowing where you’re going while remembering where you came from, these are the concepts that define both Wakanda and the Black Panther.

Source: Fantastic Four 607

-We Are Wakanda

thecomicsvault:

JUNGLE ACTION #20 (March 1976)Art by Billy Graham (pencils), Bob McLeod (inks) & Janice Cohen (colors)Words by Don McGregor

thecomicsvault:

JUNGLE ACTION #20 (March 1976)
Art by Billy Graham (pencils), Bob McLeod (inks) & Janice Cohen (colors)
Words by Don McGregor

cosplaysleepeatplay:

SDCC2014 Black Panther

cosplaysleepeatplay:

SDCC2014 Black Panther

hellokristenx:

chamelion-circuit:

amordelfriki:

prokopetz:

prokopetz:

Rape is the only crime on the books for which arguing that the temptation to commit it was too clear and obvious to resist is treated as a defence. For every other crime, we call that a confession.

I’ve gotten more angry asks about this post than I have actual reblogs.

I literally put my coffee down, stared at the screen and said “Holy shit…”

Fuck.

this is still my favorite post ever

reblog if you ARE bisexual, SUPPORT bisexuals, or are a FIVE-HUNDRED FOOT TALL AMPHIBIOUS MONSTER arising out of the MARIANA TRENCH
itswalky:

Shortpacked!: if you die in gamer gate you die for real

antivian:

squidnapped:

hydrophobicfish:

austenmarie:

yumeninja:

shadesandsupers:

BATGIRL BEYOND

Hold me i might faint from amazement

ommmmmmmmmmmmg Annie Wu is my art goddess.

whoa whoa whoa hold up guys. a strong, independant, witty, not over sexualized, WoC superhero???? 

can we say HELL FUCKIN YEH!!!!

ALL OF MY YES

/screeches

THIS IS PERFECT