Lost in a DreamWorld
Rachael (chaseleahcar) this is what the shirt looks like. I’m super close to buying another but I’d like to have the original one
So help me find it please. I haven’t seen it in months

Rachael (chaseleahcar) this is what the shirt looks like. I’m super close to buying another but I’d like to have the original one

So help me find it please. I haven’t seen it in months

tangotwitches:

fearless-feminism:

Feminist Dragons

Inspired by X

I’ve been waiting so long for this.

want

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

chaoticlivi:

dukelovesyou:

This is my audio commentary for an extremely bizarre and incredibly stupid sex education cartoon from the 80s.

Prepare yourself for some of the strangest shit imaginable, including: baby burgers, vagina sharks, lesbian cats, a perverted duck, and so much more!

Enjoy your nightmares.

this picture sums up the video perfectly.

I’m educated now

comicsalliance:

KENT OSBORNE EXPLAINS HOW TONY HAWK INSPIRED ‘ADVENTURE TIME: BANANA GUARD ACADEMY’ (SORT OF)
By Caleb Goellner
When Boom! filled us in that Adventure Time head writer Kent Osborne would be teaming with Regular Show: Skips artist Mad Rupert for a new series in July that’d include the show’s recently-introduced Root Beer Guy, I was intrigued. When the title of the book was revealed to be  Adventure Time: Banana Guard Academy, I was ecstatic. I finally had a reason to make someone answer a question relating to the Police Academy franchise! Fortunately for ComicsAlliance, Kent is a very good sport. Read on to learn about how Kent crossed over from the world of AT animation into comics, who some of his favorite creators are, and how Tony Hawk fits into it all.

ComicsAlliance: The impression I have is that people in animation don’t necessarily have time to dig into all the ways their work is adapted that they aren’t directly involved with — be it in comics, video games, etc. Have you been keeping an eye on the Adventure Time comics up to this point?

Kent Osborne: I’ve read a lot of the comics. I remember when the first issue came out and I thought it was awesome. As a fan I was really satisfied. I read Natasha [Allegri]‘s story, of course. I really like seeing the different styles, too. It’s cool to see interpretations of Finn and Jake by artists like Jeffrey Brown, Frank and Becky, Phil McAndrew, Zac Gorman, Paul Pope…ehh… the list goes on and on… oh! Ricardio by Pen’s mom, Betty. Oh my gosh. I love all the variant covers. I have them all in mint condition because I want to give them to my grandkids one day. Oh wait, I’m not married… Well, I’ll give them to someone one day—maybe a bill collector, or some mob goons… probably mob goons.

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comicsalliance:

KENT OSBORNE EXPLAINS HOW TONY HAWK INSPIRED ‘ADVENTURE TIME: BANANA GUARD ACADEMY’ (SORT OF)

By Caleb Goellner

When Boom! filled us in that Adventure Time head writer Kent Osborne would be teaming with Regular Show: Skips artist Mad Rupert for a new series in July that’d include the show’s recently-introduced Root Beer Guy, I was intrigued. When the title of the book was revealed to be  Adventure Time: Banana Guard Academy, I was ecstatic. I finally had a reason to make someone answer a question relating to the Police Academy franchise! Fortunately for ComicsAlliance, Kent is a very good sport. Read on to learn about how Kent crossed over from the world of AT animation into comics, who some of his favorite creators are, and how Tony Hawk fits into it all.

ComicsAlliance: The impression I have is that people in animation don’t necessarily have time to dig into all the ways their work is adapted that they aren’t directly involved with — be it in comics, video games, etc. Have you been keeping an eye on the Adventure Time comics up to this point?

Kent Osborne: I’ve read a lot of the comics. I remember when the first issue came out and I thought it was awesome. As a fan I was really satisfied. I read Natasha [Allegri]‘s story, of course. I really like seeing the different styles, too. It’s cool to see interpretations of Finn and Jake by artists like Jeffrey Brown, Frank and Becky, Phil McAndrew, Zac Gorman, Paul Pope…ehh… the list goes on and on… oh! Ricardio by Pen’s mom, Betty. Oh my gosh. I love all the variant covers. I have them all in mint condition because I want to give them to my grandkids one day. Oh wait, I’m not married… Well, I’ll give them to someone one day—maybe a bill collector, or some mob goons… probably mob goons.


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juno87:

great cover for Ms. Marvel #6 

juno87:

great cover for Ms. Marvel #6 

vegan-nature:

April 24th is World Lab Animal Day, a day when across the world we highlight the suffering of laboratory animals with one voice. We need you to be part of it. Can you help us raise much needed funds and awareness for animals in laboratories?
Animals are burnt, blinded, mutilated, poisoned and given cancer in an industry shrouded in secrecy, protected by governments, and the propaganda of a multi-billion pound industry. We are the voice of the animals – their only voice.

vegan-nature:

April 24th is World Lab Animal Day, a day when across the world we highlight the suffering of laboratory animals with one voice. We need you to be part of it. Can you help us raise much needed funds and awareness for animals in laboratories?

Animals are burnt, blinded, mutilated, poisoned and given cancer in an industry shrouded in secrecy, protected by governments, and the propaganda of a multi-billion pound industry. We are the voice of the animals – their only voice.

tsuthetiger:

pinstripehourglass:

god, what a classic

must have been some p sick handjobs homies seeing stars n’ shit

tsuthetiger:

pinstripehourglass:

god, what a classic

must have been some p sick handjobs homies seeing stars n’ shit

highmiranda:

takentoglasgow:

this film was a masterpiece

bottom left is just fucking hilarious