"James told me there’s an old saying here on Earth…"
It’s like they literally went through puberty
so when my grandpa died i inherited this little plastic monk guy that always sat on the shelf in my grandparents’ bedroom
i was like “okay cool a little monk friend”
and then my mom told me to push down its head
So I just finished my first set of video game-related Valentine’s Day cards and sent them out to a few people.
truer words have never been spoken
I share that headcanon. c:
>implying that Link being a dweeb isn’t actual canon
Link’s awkwardness appreciation post.
Made. My. Life.
my favorite episode idk how times ive reblogged this i will never stop
Guy forgot how to ninja
*touches ur butt* sorry it was an assident
I don’t know what the point of this was
there’s also this panel i didn’t use.
me and my friends at a children’s museum
is that a miley cyrus titan
and on that day, we received a grim reminder… she came in like a wrecking ball
all i wanted was to break your wall
This is the greatest thing I’ve seen in a long time.
finally someone put up the whole thing, tragically beautiful
I know someone will ask, so this is from the movie Watchmen. The entire movie has nothing to do with this scene, really, considering it’s about heroes. But it is a beautiful opener.
If you think Watchmen had nothing to do with this scene ‘because it’s about heroes’ then you totally missed the point of the movie.
This is a pretty accurate summary of major facets of the movie / comic.
This is (if you didn’t know) based on a real picture [here and here]. Although I don’t believe the guns were fired at that incident, students were shot at the Kent State Massacre [and here] who were protesting, among other atrocities of war, the My Lai Massacre, where US troops mass murdered ≈ 500 Vietnamese civilians, which is also a part of the “heroes” backstory.
So by merging these incidents into a single photo, this perfectly encapsulates a huge chunk of the story and themes.
Also the graphic novel is far superior (in depth and complex, as a piece of literature compared to a film almost always is), as is all of Alan Moore’s oeuvre [From Hell and V for Vendetta are the only ones I’ve read/watched, but he’s also responsible for The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Constantine, iirc], and you should read them.
Personally I find Promethea to be most incredible, and am glad it’s not possible to create a film from it.
jesus did not die for this
He should have this is amazing