nevver:

Free Speech

Yep.
arcaneimages:

Biggest rock event in decades…

You know it’s gotta be great when they (indirectly) name-check the narrator and rave about the cover art, but say nothing about the musicians, songwriters, etc.

UPDATE: Here’s some cool background on the record, from a Bullpenner who was there during production. Includes info on some of the musicians, and the reverse cover artwork.

arcaneimages:

Biggest rock event in decades…

You know it’s gotta be great when they (indirectly) name-check the narrator and rave about the cover art, but say nothing about the musicians, songwriters, etc.

UPDATE: Here’s some cool background on the record, from a Bullpenner who was there during production. Includes info on some of the musicians, and the reverse cover artwork.

4cp:

SUPERHERO CONCEPT

From page 1 of “Action Comics” #1, scanned from a 1970s reprint.

I love the second panel: The powerful lines of the locomotive. The clean stab of its headlight. The ragged edge between the backlit background and the darkness (proto-Kirby dots?). And most of all, the incredible energy in that running man. Such economy.

celiabasto:

100% ART

Turn it up.

celiabasto:

100% ART

Turn it up.

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vineofficial:

This is fucked upThis fucked me up

So bizarre, and hard to stop watching.

vineofficial:

This is fucked up
This fucked me up

So bizarre, and hard to stop watching.

(via confessionsofamichaelstipe)

I understand. You found paradise in America. You had a good trade, you made a good living. The police protected you and there were courts of law. So you didn’t need a friend like me. Now you come and say “Don Corleone, give me justice.” But you don’t ask with respect. You don’t offer friendship. You don’t even think to call me “Godfather.” You come into my house on the day my daughter is to be married and you ask me to do murder - for money.

"I believe in America." This movie is so perfect. And Part II is just as great.

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seanhowe:

Over the weekend, author Saladin Ahmed posted images from the a story in The Eagle #2 (Fox Publications, 1941). I guess others have noted Spider-Queen and her web-shooting bracelets before, but I’d never even heard of the character.

The Spider-Queen stories are credited to one Elsa Lisau. There seems to be an online consensus (no idea where it came from) that it’s a pseudonym for Louis and Arturo Cazeneuve.

Bear with me for a moment while I backtrack to tell you about Cazeneuve.

In 1940, Fox Publications editor Joe Simon gathered some of his colleagues to moonlight on a project with Martin Goodman’s Timely Comics (which would later become Marvel Comics). Red Raven #1 included an adventure starring the title character—a collaboration between Simon and Louis Cazeneuve—and two stories by Jack Kirby, in his Timely debut.

Red Raven bombed—replaced on the schedule, I believe, by The Human Torch—and months later, Cazeneuve was still working for Fox, where Spider-Woman was published.

But within a few months Simon and Kirby soon delivered a new hero and began working exclusively for Timely/Marvel.

The hero, of course, was Captain America.









Fascinating. Spider-Man was a clone.

Minneapolis has Oliver and Queen avenues, a couple of blocks apart. They’re parallel, but I always wished they shared an intersection.

Minneapolis has Oliver and Queen avenues, a couple of blocks apart. They’re parallel, but I always wished they shared an intersection.

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hennnypotter:

jennyaddams:

My favorite post on the whole internet

LOLOLOL STILL LAUGHING !!

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