Tintin & Lovecraft (source)

There’s a bunch of Lovecraft stuff on the internet that’s not worth your time. This is not one of those.

Tintin would be able to handle this shit like a pro, unlike 99.9% of Lovecraft’s ‘protagonists’. I would pay to read these.


Yeah these are actually terrific!

Always reblog.

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Trivia: My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic S 4 E 22 Trade Ya

Disabled Character, Disabled Actor: Stellar Eclipse, the pegasus in a wheelchair, is voiced by Sylvain LeVasseur-Portelance, a young man who is stricken with spinal muscular atrophy

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if I had to contact like….my 6th grade self, it would go somewhat like this.

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I recently watched the Amy’s Baking Company episode of Kitchen Nightmares, and I kept having this nagging feeling that Amy’s attitude reminded me of someone. Imagine my shock when I realized that that “someone” was EA.


I recently watched the Amy’s Baking Company episode of Kitchen Nightmares, and I kept having this nagging feeling that Amy’s attitude reminded me of someone. Imagine my shock when I realized that that “someone” was EA.




Well, there’s always Power Girl with her sidekick Tactless Boob Window…

Guys, you do realize this entire episode was about how modern day feminism has devolved into mindless man hate? That woman is a supervillain who’s basically a radical feminist. She teaches the powerpuff girls to find oppression in everything. For instance, the professor asks them to clean their rooms, and they berate him for assuming it’s a woman’s place to clean. Never mind the fact that he just finished cleaning the entire house and only asked them to do their part. Femme Fatale continues to rob banks, but convinces the girls that putting a fellow sister in jail would be wrong. After all, they have to stand together to fight the evil men. By the end of the episode, the girls realize that Femme Fatale isn’t a good person. Just because she claims to be a feminist doesn’t mean she actually cares about equal rights. They take her to jail, and learn a valuable lesson about equality. Namely, just because there may still be harmful stereotypes about women, fighting back with violence and general douchebaggery only makes things worse.

Every time I see a “feminist” on tumblr I instantly think of this episode.

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Jumping on the “let’s draw Moana because we’re all too excited to wait until 2018” bandwagon! I’m pretty darn excited (but also scared Disney will make a pig’s ear out of it).

Anyway, from what I have heard moana means ocean in both the Hawaiian and Maori languages and so chose those two cultures to imagine what Moana might look like. The top is Maori and the bottom two are Hawaiian (really just playing with hair and faces in that last one, tho’). Sorry these are messy and poorly colored :P. I plan to do more!

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Heh. Not all that much to be honest, mostly just the revival stuff (Re) which is a little closer to Nagai’s… flavor. Probably just more the hilarity of seeing the kinds of things Nagai writes trying to be adapted for mainstream tv consumption, considering…

This is a joke. You’re joking.

Cutey Honey Flash will be more of a Go Nagai series than Re: will ever try to be. First of all, Nagai was actually involved with Flash. He designed most of the monsters-of-the-day, and the ones he didn’t, were already based on previous characters (Blizzard Claw = Himika from Kotetsu Jeegu). 

Let me guess, you watched two episodes and called it a day? The first few episodes are definitely favoring more of the Sailor Moon audience, I’ll give you that. But it quickly goes off into it’s own territory, and by the first battle with Jill embraces it’s Go Nagai heritage. 

Like Xel said, if you want a really Go Nagai series you’re best bet is the original series or New. Thanks to Tsuji Masaki, the original series retained a lot of Go Nagai’s humor and influence, while keeping in with the style of 70’s Toei Animation. New is an all-out-Go-Nagai-fan-fest. Characters from other works appear, the designs look like polishes of Nagai’s art, the story-telling and everything seems straight out of Nagai’s head. And of course, Nagai helped with the story, and designing the characters. 

You say Re: is more in the style of Go Nagai, but he really had little to nothing to do with it. As far as I know, he just gave the “OK” for it. At least the other series (sans The Live, which is also garbage) had his input. 

Plus, at the end of the day Flash was actually how the series was originally suppose to be. It was originally gonna be a shoujo series that focused more on the romance between Honey and Seiji (originally known as Shun Kazama in the rough drafts).


The evolution of Dee dee

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cartoon network had a vision of the future, and that future was a robot and a spaceman fucking and dealing with the trials and tribulations of space marriage

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