Steve Irwin in a Jaeger would be entertaining.
Look over there. There’s a Catergory 3 Kaiju. Biggest one yet.
Ah’m gonna wrassle with it.
#yeah but who’s his drift partner. a crocodile. just a crocodile. its not a special or humanoid croc its literally just a croc strapped in.
THIS IS THE THIRD TIME I’VE REBLOGGED THIS BUT I DON’T CARE BECAUSE IT HAS IMPROVED EVERY TIME
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Fallout: New Terraria
Skyrim and Guild Wars, everyone else go home.
Bravely Default: Disco Zoo
(oh dear, the disco zookeeper asterisk armor)
Crush the Castle and Marvel’s Avengers Alliance.
I picture the Hulk throwing smaller superheroes at skyscrapers.
Everyone who reblogs this
EVERY SINGLE ONE
Will get a shitty 1 sentence fanfic in their inbox determined by your recent reblogs
So if you reblogged Kevin Tran and a dalek recently
YOU GET KEVIN/DALEK ROMCOM FANFIC
If you just posted some Sherlock and Hannibal
THEY HAVE A DANCE OFF MOTHAFUCKAS
Shitty fanfics, at your door, no questions asked.
Currently at 226.248 notes. I’m getting nothing.
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Michael Crowe recommends Spider-Man 2099 #1
The Spider-man of 2099 has found himself stranded in the present…with no way home. What’s a spider to do 85 years away from home? Fight vintage crime, of course! Miguel O’Hara is now more determined than ever to preserve the safety of the future by defending it’s past. But with present day challenges and future threats slipping through the timestream, that’s easier said than done.
Spider-man 2099 #1, written by Peter David, is a perfect reintroduction of a fan favorite character. This issue, part slice of life and part superheroics, follows Miguel as he adjusts to his new life in this time period. The writer is able to forge a very clear voice and identity for Miguel; distinct from the countless other heroes who have worn the red and blue. He also introduces us to a sassy new character, Tempest, who may surprisingly prove to be the first friendly face in an unfamiliar time. The art, by Will Sliney (wsliney), is emotive and dynamic. It also manages to capture a true New York City vibe, reminding readers that the city is as much of a character as any person in the book. The colors, done by Antonio Fabela, compliment the art and add a warmth and vibrancy to the characters and backgrounds; the colors pop and glow.
To find out how Miguel got his extraordinary powers check out Spider-man 2099 Vol. 1, first published all the way back in 1992! Then pick up Superior #17, 18 and 19 to see how he ended up a Spider-man out of time.
Michael Crowe works on the digital assets/launch team by day and writes comics and prose by night. He’s an avid consumer of comics and all things sci-fi.
This makes me happy for a variety of reasons.
Because everyone needs a photo of Kermit the Frog watering his garden in a luxurious smoking jacket.
I had no idea I needed that until now
Here is an official picture from Ultimate Spider-Man:Web Warriors! (x)
wait a god damn second??? is- is that? no! it couldn’t be!!
Spider-Man 2099 #1
My favorite when I was a kid!
What, no Piranhacane?
'Crabalanche' sounds like-.
-actually now that I look at it Crabalanche and the last two movies both sound like things you’d see on the video shelf in Homestuck….
I would willing sit through all of these if they’d promise to make the anchovy one.
Parker is awesome.
After 19 years, Bill Watterson, the reclusive creator of Calvin and Hobbes returns to cartooning as a secret guest artist in Stephan Pastis’ Pearls Before Swine (read the whole story on Stephan’s blog).
Bill Watterson is fascinating.
This is delightful.
HP Lovecraft: Also A Dick
I should just do a series of pieces on dick writers throughout history. It’s not like I’d run out of material.
I’ve been reading a lot of Lovecraft lately, because I tripped and fell over a Collected Works. But I’ve been reading mainly the collaborations; stories he either wrote with other writers while he was alive, or left unfinished at his death and which were completed (some say appropriated)…
about that time Neil Gaiman wrote an HP Lovecraft-Sherlock Holmes mashup fanfic.
(Yes, I’ve read it. My professional opinion: Eh.)
Have you listened to the audiobook version? I found it much more enjoyable than actually reading it. Neil is the reader, and since it was released free for the Hugos several years ago you can still find copies of it floating around the web. Here, at the second comment down.