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supervillain:

everything

'Just call me Mr Butterfingers!'

supervillain:

everything

'Just call me Mr Butterfingers!'

jeremypiert:

diamonds II

artist: jeremy piert

jeremypiert:

diamonds II

artist: jeremy piert

(Source: notpulpcovers)

(Source: sandandglass)

gunshowcomic:

there is no actual answer *door gets slammed open* ON THE CONTRARY, YOU SE–
GUNSHOW VOLUME 5 IS HERE! Full color! 240 pages! Good shit!! Yeah!! I did a commercial for it also! Watch it!

gunshowcomic:

there is no actual answer *door gets slammed open* ON THE CONTRARY, YOU SE–

GUNSHOW VOLUME 5 IS HERE! Full color! 240 pages! Good shit!! Yeah!! I did a commercial for it also! Watch it!

bassdogs:

:: SATURDAY SURPRISE ::
Check out this new collection of SLUG SOLOS - guitarists suddenly realising they’re holding giant slugs mid-solo.
http://slugsolos.tumblr.com
I’m sorry.

bassdogs:

:: SATURDAY SURPRISE ::

Check out this new collection of SLUG SOLOS - guitarists suddenly realising they’re holding giant slugs mid-solo.

http://slugsolos.tumblr.com

I’m sorry.

semensperms:

So Adult It Smarts

semensperms:

So Adult It Smarts

(Source: rhade-zapan)

fuckyeahvintageguys:

Tons of Vintage Pics at Fuck Yeah Vintage Guys.
Click Here to Follow Fuck Yeah Vintage Guys.

(Source: omnireboot)

liartownusa:

The What? How? Wonder Book of Dicks of the Great Explorers

liartownusa:

The What? How? Wonder Book of Dicks of the Great Explorers

comicsalliance:

COMICS UNMASKED: UK COMICS’ REBEL EDGE AT THE BRITISH LIBRARY
By Andrew Wheeler
Comics have seized center stage at the venerable British Library in London this summer in an exhibition celebrating the history of British comics and the work of British creators. Subtitled, ‘Art and Anarchy in the UK’, the Comics Unmasked exhibition places an emphasis on protest, outsider culture, and anti-authoritarian voices.
Curated by Adrian Edwards, Paul Gravett, and John Harris Dunning, Comics Unmasked draws heavily on the British Library’s own collection to establish and define Britain’s relationship to the comics art form — stirring up nostalgia, scandal, and some surprising discoveries along the way.
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It’s a good exhibition! Very heavy on the Alan Moore, predictably, but there’s some really amazing stuff in there.

comicsalliance:

COMICS UNMASKED: UK COMICS’ REBEL EDGE AT THE BRITISH LIBRARY

By Andrew Wheeler

Comics have seized center stage at the venerable British Library in London this summer in an exhibition celebrating the history of British comics and the work of British creators. Subtitled, ‘Art and Anarchy in the UK’, the Comics Unmasked exhibition places an emphasis on protest, outsider culture, and anti-authoritarian voices.

Curated by Adrian Edwards, Paul Gravett, and John Harris Dunning, Comics Unmasked draws heavily on the British Library’s own collection to establish and define Britain’s relationship to the comics art form — stirring up nostalgia, scandal, and some surprising discoveries along the way.


READ MORE

It’s a good exhibition! Very heavy on the Alan Moore, predictably, but there’s some really amazing stuff in there.

(Source: televandalist)

sesamestreet:

Doin’ the Pigeon. 

sesamestreet:

Doin’ the Pigeon.