[“poison” by nicole scherzinger plays unironically in the background]
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YO EMMA steinerfrommars
That is AMAZINGLY accurate.
You look good for a psychopath.
OMG!!!!!!! This is so perfect I die!
She actually looks as if Emma drew her.
Do you like ponies? Sure you do.
This is out today! QUANTUM AND WOODY: GOAT #0! Funny stuff by Asmus, beautifully illustrated by Fowler, dumb variant cover by me!
My favorite among many amazing Quantum & Woody covers so far in the series :)
And while you’re there, will you save some of that nice, green moon money for me? — Royce McCutcheon
(Source: dethcrash, via robdelaney)
Look, Smithers! Buster is coming!
One of the great paintings seen in The Addams Family (1964)
"You want to photograph me eating chicken?"
"Well, if I let you, I need you to help me deliver a message."
"I work at this library. And before that, I was coming here for twenty years. It’s my favorite place in the world. As many people know, the main reading room of this library is supported by seven floors of books, which contain one of the greatest research collections in the world. Recently, the library administration has decided to rip out this collection, send the books to New Jersey, and use the space for a lending library. As part of the consolidation, they are going to close down the Mid-Manhattan Library Branch as well as the Science, Industry, and Business Library. When everything is finished, one of the greatest research libraries in the world will become a glorified internet cafe. Now read that back to me."
Nooo! I love the Mid-Manhattan Library! They already closed down my favorite/the best branch when they shut down the Donnell Library Center on 53rd. This is an outrage!
[The Cantina scene is] my favorite, not only in this piece, but of many, many pieces I’ve ever seen. Where you are is on the edge, you’re about to embark into the outlying spaces. A real adventure. This is the jumping-off place, and there is where you meet people who’ve been out there, and they run the machines that go out there, and you haven’t been there. It reminds me a little bit, in Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘Treasure Island,’ that atmosphere before you start off the adventure, you’re in the seaport, and there are the old salts, seamen, who’ve been on the sea, and that’s their world. And these are the space people also. —
Joseph Campbell in Joseph Campbell and The Power of Myth with Bill Moyers, PBS, 1988