scottbummers:

Everyone: Scott don’t do the thing

Scott: *does the thing*

Cyclooooooops

(Reblogged from gallantgambler)
nate-bee:

Keep it in your pants, Victor

nate-bee:

Keep it in your pants, Victor

(Reblogged from thesem)
(Reblogged from underworldlarp)

oliviadurdles:

samflow:

Men’s Joker - l’artiste capillaire

Models: Jin Dachuan,  Rock Ji

Photographer: Jumbo Tsui

Jeez, these guys sure look nice.

(Reblogged from oliviadurdles)

seriously-mike:

The Wojtek Triptych by Jakub Rozalski

(Reblogged from seriously-mike)

(Source: canyoudigitsuucka)

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adventuretimeandsuperjailrock:

If this isn’t good marketing I literally don’t want to know what is.

(Reblogged from bloodypopcorn92)
fuckyeahcyber-punk:

Psychology Today - Eric Williams II

fuckyeahcyber-punk:

Psychology Today - Eric Williams II

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burgerthief:

Oh god, I kinda really want this on a t-shirt.
But this mostly be an excuse for my “SO LET ME TELL YOU WHY CYCLOPS IS THE BOMB” spiel. And also because I can see it really, really irritating some people.
And also, it’s a lovely push to progression, I mean, presumably it’s a fan-thing? But the implication that Cyclops has basically become the new Magneto after all, is a wonderful arc.

ACTUALLY, I HAVE MORE.
(I’m like, a year behind in the comics, so feel free to correct me)
So, Cyclops in the comic /has/ had this massive arc, where he started off young and noble and naive, and he’s become hardened and cynical over time, it would be a small step (although, I guess, a big move branding-wise) to have a run where Cyclops is the main antagonist - where he is to a bunch of altruistic, fresh-eyed mutants, what Magneto was to him. And that’d be this beautiful, tragic progression, where Xavier’s shieldbearer, the mouthpiece of we-can-live-in-harmony finally goes “No. If we want to live in peace, we’ve got to take it through force” and a bunch of kids refusing to accept that, and fighting back.
But also, I know there’s not much going on in the way of cartoons at the moment, but that’s going to be Odd, because transitioning from something like X-Men: Evolution to the current comics, and quite how different he is, must just be jarring.

burgerthief:

Oh god, I kinda really want this on a t-shirt.

But this mostly be an excuse for my “SO LET ME TELL YOU WHY CYCLOPS IS THE BOMB” spiel. And also because I can see it really, really irritating some people.

And also, it’s a lovely push to progression, I mean, presumably it’s a fan-thing? But the implication that Cyclops has basically become the new Magneto after all, is a wonderful arc.

ACTUALLY, I HAVE MORE.

(I’m like, a year behind in the comics, so feel free to correct me)

So, Cyclops in the comic /has/ had this massive arc, where he started off young and noble and naive, and he’s become hardened and cynical over time, it would be a small step (although, I guess, a big move branding-wise) to have a run where Cyclops is the main antagonist - where he is to a bunch of altruistic, fresh-eyed mutants, what Magneto was to him. And that’d be this beautiful, tragic progression, where Xavier’s shieldbearer, the mouthpiece of we-can-live-in-harmony finally goes “No. If we want to live in peace, we’ve got to take it through force” and a bunch of kids refusing to accept that, and fighting back.

But also, I know there’s not much going on in the way of cartoons at the moment, but that’s going to be Odd, because transitioning from something like X-Men: Evolution to the current comics, and quite how different he is, must just be jarring.

(Source: astophy)

(Reblogged from burgerthief)
Oh god, I kinda really want this on a t-shirt.
But this mostly be an excuse for my “SO LET ME TELL YOU WHY CYCLOPS IS THE BOMB” spiel. And also because I can see it really, really irritating some people.
And also, it’s a lovely push to progression, I mean, presumably it’s a fan-thing? But the implication that Cyclops has basically become the new Magneto after all, is a wonderful arc.

Oh god, I kinda really want this on a t-shirt.

But this mostly be an excuse for my “SO LET ME TELL YOU WHY CYCLOPS IS THE BOMB” spiel. And also because I can see it really, really irritating some people.

And also, it’s a lovely push to progression, I mean, presumably it’s a fan-thing? But the implication that Cyclops has basically become the new Magneto after all, is a wonderful arc.

(Reblogged from astophy)