LECKTER, M.D.;

russelldauterman:

THOR V. THOR!

Thor #4 cover drawn by me and colored by The Matt Wilson.

kristaferanka:

UNCANNY X-MEN #30 
BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (W) • Chris Bachalo (A)
COVERS BY Kris Anka
ISSUE #30 - WELCOME HOME VARIANT COVER BY TBA
In the fallout from AXIS, the Uncanny X-Men return to the Xavier
school to lick their battle wounds. But for some, the events that
transpired may have left a deeper wound than anyone realizes. Wounds
heal, but sometimes the scars become too much to bear, and the ruby
glasses come off.

Minaj’s perspective has always been multi-dimensional; she comes forward as an immigrant, as a black women, as a female rapper, as a sexual being, as an artist, as a storyteller, as a survivor, as a bad bitch. She comes forward in order to tell her own story, be it one of domination or declaration. Minaj has even come forward as a feminist. She’s actually done it over and over again. And yet, instead of simply embracing her own discourse on the topic, feminists often can’t wrap their heads around it.

i’m going back to the start: [7/∞] pilot episodes ★ hannibal (apéritif)
↳ “Can I borrow your imagination?”

jugglekingstone:

people who call skinny girls ‘disgusting’ thinking thats a good way to show they support larger bodies

image

If you ain’t on the team, you playin’ for team D

ribkadory:

Worlds Collide by ribkaDory

I can dream a little, right? 

Similar to this, cause why not (:

marvel  omfg  

cats-and-kawaii:

this will never not be my favorite quote from an anime

hiddentavern:

"Poison Ivy"  by  Dan Mora

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