omg-pictures:

The hypocrisy is mind blowing.http://omg-pictures.tumblr.com

omg-pictures:

The hypocrisy is mind blowing.
http://omg-pictures.tumblr.com



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musterbooty:

andysuriano:

STUDIES IN SCALE: Jean-Claude Mezieres’ Valerian comics

valerian is awesome

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1 hour ago ◆ 870 notes · originally from andysuriano

emmyblotnick:

Either this family has no idea how green screen souvenir photos work or they know EXACTLY how they work.

emmyblotnick:

Either this family has no idea how green screen souvenir photos work or they know EXACTLY how they work.

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docshaner:

Some Mary Marvel for your morning.

docshaner:

Some Mary Marvel for your morning.



2 hours ago ◆ 147 notes · originally from docshaner

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eliamour:

Oh, Anita, you’ve done scummy tactics before, but this takes the cake. 


3 hours ago ◆ 407 notes · originally from eliamour

browsethestacks:

The Monarch And Dr. Girlfriend by Chris Samnee

browsethestacks:

The Monarch And Dr. Girlfriend by Chris Samnee



4 hours ago ◆ 37 notes · originally from browsethestacks

browsethestacks:

Dr. Orpheus vs Dr. Henry Killinger by Chris Samnee

browsethestacks:

Dr. Orpheus vs Dr. Henry Killinger by Chris Samnee



5 hours ago ◆ 26 notes · originally from browsethestacks

suprchnk:

baremidrifffs:

when is basketball over….

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browsethestacks:

Brock Samson vs Molotov Coqtiz by Chris Samnee

browsethestacks:

Brock Samson vs Molotov Coqtiz by Chris Samnee



6 hours ago ◆ 33 notes · originally from browsethestacks

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Anonymous said:

"What do you think about the idea that gaming journalists are gonna all get together at the end of PAX and announce a term to replace 'gamer'?"

loltaku:

That would be a strong contender for the funniest thing in the world. I cannot imagine a single thing that would make them out to be bigger clowns, and reveal just how laughably juvenile the entire industry is.

Fucking propeller beanies would materialize on everyone there from the sheer magnitude of pithy childishness that would be on display.

Can you imagine, like 40 people on stage, 25-30 of them being balding white dudes with beards, announcing that from now on gaming enthusiasts should call themselves ‘Digital Art Fans” or something equally cringe worthy? I’m having to choke back laughing thinking about it.


6 hours ago ◆ 298 notes · originally from loltaku

My Interaction with Neil Cicierega 

shittywebcomics:

nolanthebiggestnerd:

synthicyde:

On August 23rd, Neil Cicierega posted on Twitter

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as a commentary on the Zoe Quinn/Five Guys scandal happening right now. The significance of this particular scandal is really apparent if you do a little bit of independent research. So I reached…

Neil Cicierega gets backed into a corner and closes his senses and his mind, believing he is already right.

This needs to be known to every artist, every fan, every casual viewer, every person alive:  just because someone creates some popular piece of art doesn’t mean they know anything, at all, ever.  They were simply able to achieve some degree of fame.

Most people don’t get popular or famous for being smart, they do it by appealing to people’s emotions.  Whoever appeals to the most emotions becomes the most popular.  Because these people know how to appeal to emotions, it usually means they neglect logic and reason entirely.  They refuse to be skeptics about anything, and are amazingly credulous, to the point of matching the religious.

It is not humanly possible to stress this enough, how important it is for every single person alive to understand this.  If you do not understand this, you can never understand art or life.



6 hours ago ◆ 207 notes · originally from synthicyde