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beastlyart:

fuckinghannibal:

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Oh.

Whatcha doin’, there?

copperbadge:

The deathless prose of Stan Lee explains to us the origins of himself, and of Spider-man.

[From Origins of Marvel Comics, by Stan Lee, 1974.]

bluelawnmowers:

I LOVE this.

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actuallyclintbarton:

PUT IT ON THE LIST: A MIX FOR STEVE ROGERS  (1980-1989)
by sam wilson (and sometimes natasha)

LISTEN |download: part one part two (contains 8 additional tracks)
eras: 1950s | 1960s | 1970s | 1980s | 1990s | 2000-2010 | 2010 - current

♪ cocaine | eric clapton
♪ white lines | grandmaster flash & the furious five
♪ born in the usa | bruce springsteen
♪ 9 to 5 | dolly parton
♪ here i go again | whitesnake
♪ i know you got soul | eric b & rakim
♪ footloose | kenny loggins
♪ it takes two | rob base & dj e-z rock
♪ i melt with you | modern english
♪ rock the casbah | the clash
♪ free fallin’ | tom petty
♪ time after time | cyndi lauper
♪ thriller | michael jackson
♪ parents just don’t understand | will smith & dj jazzy jeff
♪ girls just want to have fun | cyndi lauper
♪ how will i know | whitney houston
♪ planet rock | afrika bambaataa
♪ smooth criminal | michael jackson
♪ jump | van halen
♪ whip it | devo
♪ livin’ on a prayer | bon jovi
♪ hells bells | ac/dc
♪ push it | salt-n-pepa
♪ hungry like the wolf | duran duran
♪ temptation | new order
♪ kids in america | kim wilde
♪ holiday | madonna
♪ how ya like me now | kool moe dee
♪ jack & diane | john mellencamp
♪ love is a battlefield | pat benatar
♪ manic monday | the bangles
♪ no sleep till brooklyn | the beastie boys
♪ how soon is now | the smiths
♪ walk of life | dire straits
♪ love shack | the b-52’s
♪ part time lover | stevie wonder
♪ smalltown boy | bronski beat
♪ start me up | the rolling stones
♪ straight up | paula abdul
♪ sweet child o’ mine | guns n roses
♪ sweet dreams (are made of this) | eurythmics
♪ take on me | a-ha
♪ white wedding | billy idol
♪ the magic number | de la soul
♪ the message | grandmaster flash & the furious five
♪ walk this way | run dmc | aerosmith
♪ west end girls | pet shop boys
♪ with or without you | u2
♪ word up | cameo
♪ jam on it | newcleus
♪ you got it (the right stuff) | new kids on the block
♪ boys of summer | don henley
♪ money for nothing | dire straits
♪ avalon | roxy music
♪ age of consent | new order
♪ straight outta compton| n.w.a.
♪ we’re not gonna take it | twisted sister
♪ (you gotta) fight for your right (to party) | beastie boys
♪ 99 luftballons | nena
♪ atlantic city | bruce springsteen
♪ bad reptutation | joan jett
♪ don’t you want me | the human league
♪ burning down the house | talking heads
♪ bust a move | young mc
♪ under pressure | queen & david bowie
♪ call me | blondie
♪ come on eileen | dexys midnight runners
♪ control | janet jackson
♪ let’s dance | david bowie
♪ dont you (forget about me) | simple minds
♪ please, please, please, let me get what i want | the smiths
♪ eye of the tiger | suvivor
♪ every breath you take | the police
♪ fight the power | public enemy
♪ fast car | tracy chapman
♪ rhythm nation | janet jackson
♪ we didn’t star the fire | billy joel
♪ don’t stop believing | journey
♪ forever young | alphaville

Look, these mixes are awesome. an hour and a half of 50s music, 2 hours of 60s music, 5 hours of 70s music, and now 6 hours of 80s music, all with the theme of “Steve’s Musical Education, 1950-present”.

FUCK. YES.

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boredombecomesher:

Sure puts things into perspective, huh?

I’ve seen way too many posts like this, so I’m going to settle this once and for all
DC isn’t going to make a Wonder Woman for this single reason, right here:
Nobody knows enough about her
When people think of famous superheroes, they can usually name some villains along with them. [….] Who is her arch-nemesis? Who could betray her at youth? Who would be a real threat to her? You don’t know, I don’t know, nobody knows! [….]
Wonder Woman isn’t popular, and that is why she isn’t going to get a movie. And before anyone says ‘a movie could make her popular’, there would need to be an audience to see that movie.

Dude they are making an ANT MAN MOVIE

Yep. They are. Hey, you know what other superhero wasn’t well known to the general public before 2008?
Iron Man.
I’m totally serious. He was a B-list character at best. And so what did Marvel do? They created demand. They hired an A-list actor and treated that movie like a goddamn event.
DC, on the other hand, is thinking like you are. Trying to guess what the audience wants, follow their expectations. Remind me, between Marvel and DC, which one of them is breaking box office records with their approach, again?
Nobody knows who Wonder Woman’s villains are? This is a total nonissue. You know who she fights? She fights bad guys. There. Done.
Wonder Woman isn’t popular? Then why are people clamoring for her to have her own movie? (They are. Oh, yes they are. And you know it, otherwise, what exactly are you responding to with your post?)
Who knows about Wonder Woman? Everyone. Seriously, go stand out on a street corner and ask people who walk by if they can name one female superhero. Just one. And they will. And it will be goddamn Wonder Woman.

slightlypsychic:

saruko:

twofacetoo:

boredombecomesher:

Sure puts things into perspective, huh?

I’ve seen way too many posts like this, so I’m going to settle this once and for all

DC isn’t going to make a Wonder Woman for this single reason, right here:

Nobody knows enough about her

When people think of famous superheroes, they can usually name some villains along with them. [….] Who is her arch-nemesis? Who could betray her at youth? Who would be a real threat to her? You don’t know, I don’t know, nobody knows! [….]

Wonder Woman isn’t popular, and that is why she isn’t going to get a movie. And before anyone says ‘a movie could make her popular’, there would need to be an audience to see that movie.

Dude they are making an ANT MAN MOVIE

Yep. They are. Hey, you know what other superhero wasn’t well known to the general public before 2008?

Iron Man.

I’m totally serious. He was a B-list character at best. And so what did Marvel do? They created demand. They hired an A-list actor and treated that movie like a goddamn event.

DC, on the other hand, is thinking like you are. Trying to guess what the audience wants, follow their expectations. Remind me, between Marvel and DC, which one of them is breaking box office records with their approach, again?

Nobody knows who Wonder Woman’s villains are? This is a total nonissue. You know who she fights? She fights bad guys. There. Done.

Wonder Woman isn’t popular? Then why are people clamoring for her to have her own movie? (They are. Oh, yes they are. And you know it, otherwise, what exactly are you responding to with your post?)

Who knows about Wonder Woman? Everyone. Seriously, go stand out on a street corner and ask people who walk by if they can name one female superhero. Just one. And they will. And it will be goddamn Wonder Woman.

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heisenfox:

If you’re not watching Sirens on Thursday nights at 10pm on USA, then you’re missing out. Not only is it one of the funniest shows out there right now — being that it’s co-created and executive produced by Denis Leary — but it’s also highly inclusive.

It centers on a team of Chicago EMTs, and focuses on the odd partnership of three men, Brian, who is the new guy, Johnny, a guy with a slow developing emotional range, and Hank, an African-American homosexual who defies all stereotypes the rest of popular media inflicts upon gay men. Their team is fleshed out in Cash, Voodoo, and Stats. And last night’s episode showed that Voodoo is asexual.

It took Brian from confusion and denail, to attempts to understand, and eventually wrapped it all around in a bow of acceptance. Brian went from the ideology that asexuals “just haven’t had proper sex,” to wanting to understand what asexual means — and failing — and finally all the way to realizing that sex isn’t what defines relationships, and that just being around Voodoo is enough for him.

Do yourselves a favor, and catch up on the episodes, and start tuning in Thursdays at 10.

this looks promising!!

THERE’S AN ASEXUAL CHARACTER ON A TV SHOW RIGHT NOW SPREAD THIS SHIT LIKE WILDFIRE

OMG

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Iconic