Video 21 Jul 60 notes

beefart1972:

Erica Cordie

Okay…I’m freakin’ in love!

Video 18 Jul 46,071 notes

isaia:

voyeurhour:

erasure of Asian people and characters is very deep rooted in American media and goes all the way back to conception—don’t let it persist!

Important even when you’re excited about this movie!

WOW! 

(Source: shoorm)

Photo 17 Jul 5 notes Pretty much covers it.

Pretty much covers it.

Video 10 Jul 1 note

Few things I noticed…

1. Shocker is a great artist.

2. He is apparently very good at mathematics calculations while under heavy fire.

Video 10 Jul 84,125 notes

ladiesloveloki:

WHY IS NO ONE TALKING ABOUT THIS

Hell Yeah!

(Source: suedescripture)

Video 8 Jul 8 notes

I fuckin’ love this shit! It really speaks to me!

Photo 24 Jun 2,057 notes otherluces:

I shouldn’t be laughing…but I am.

This is too fuckin’ funny

otherluces:

I shouldn’t be laughing…but I am.

This is too fuckin’ funny

Video 10 Jun 14,759 notes

steampunktendencies:

King of the Zombie. Сemetery.
FOTO: Ilja Hubálek
Actor: Josef Rarach
FX Makeup: Vlad Taupes (studio FX Creator, Barrandov)

Video 10 Mar 71,718 notes

hannibalhannibal:

stand-up-comic-gifs:

Hannibal Buress Teaches a Valuable Lesson About Bike Security (x)

I killed that dance at the end of this.

True words.

Photo 22 Feb 21 notes iamthecura:

Look, I made a thing for everyone who is freaking out about Michael B. Jordan being cast as Johnny Storm (aka: The Human Torch) in Fox’s upcoming Fantastic Four reboot because he’s black *GASP!* Hell, even Jamie Foxx got some backlash for being cast as Electro in the new Amazing Spider-Man movie. It’s kind of sad that people are more accepting of a character being able to burst into flames and fly around or control electricity than they are of that character not being white. 
Stop hiding behind the “It should stay true to the character in the comics!” excuse, because that’s not even a valid argument anymore. The opposite has happened before (see: Liam Neeson as Ra’s al Ghul) and not nearly as many people were upset. Movies adapted from comic books have deviated from the source material for a long time now, so shut it. Race doesn’t make the character.
It’s also worth mentioning that it took a while for non-stereotypical representations of other races to make their way into comic books. That’s why there were so many white characters early on. Comics, just like the overall acceptance of society, has changed over the years. Maybe you should too.
The biggest thing everyone should be worried about is that Fox is making another superhero movie. That’s the scariest part of all of this.

iamthecura:

Look, I made a thing for everyone who is freaking out about Michael B. Jordan being cast as Johnny Storm (aka: The Human Torch) in Fox’s upcoming Fantastic Four reboot because he’s black *GASP!* Hell, even Jamie Foxx got some backlash for being cast as Electro in the new Amazing Spider-Man movie. It’s kind of sad that people are more accepting of a character being able to burst into flames and fly around or control electricity than they are of that character not being white. 

Stop hiding behind the “It should stay true to the character in the comics!” excuse, because that’s not even a valid argument anymore. The opposite has happened before (see: Liam Neeson as Ra’s al Ghul) and not nearly as many people were upset. Movies adapted from comic books have deviated from the source material for a long time now, so shut it. Race doesn’t make the character.

It’s also worth mentioning that it took a while for non-stereotypical representations of other races to make their way into comic books. That’s why there were so many white characters early on. Comics, just like the overall acceptance of society, has changed over the years. Maybe you should too.

The biggest thing everyone should be worried about is that Fox is making another superhero movie. That’s the scariest part of all of this.

via iamthecura.

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