But that's mostly a lie. Am currently infatuated with Magi (just finished Magnostadt in the manga and whoo Mogammet!), but will definitely reblog a variety of other things as well. Mostly funnies. I post doodles as well.

 

constellation-funk:

careydraws:

Written in the Bones. New comic, written by Christopher M. Jones & illustrated by Carey Pietsch.

I’m hoping to have printed copies of this at MOCCA, ABPCC, and TCAF this spring, and SPX in the fall! More info to come.

Me and Carey worked really hard on this comic; if you got something from it I’d love for you to reblog it, and maybe even buy a copy from Carey when she’s in town or even if she’s not. Thanks so much for reading. 

rufftoon:

"Old Hills"

"Is nature a conscious thing or a set of circumstances" (from the documentary "The End Of Time")

Finally finished this one. Posted the WIP a few months ago. Also edited it down a lot to keep it simpler. Still got carried away with it though.

Trying to imagine a world that was starting to empty of spirits just as Jack arrived. How not all spirits have human shapes (note to self- never make it a whole environment AGAIN! Had to slap colors on the whole thing! Gah!). How hard it was, from the beginning, for Jack to have interactions even with others of his kind.

Looks like non-humanoid spirits have terrible communications skills. I’m looking at you, moon!

Might have to disappear for a few weeks-months (?), due to work. Possibly mostly just reblogs for a while.

queerthesystem:

There, I fixed the false equivalency.

A little introspection. And it did make me laugh.
A Muslim woman can wear a bikini, technically, without being stoned to death or anything of the sort. What matters is the situation and in whosoever’s presence. She might even be wearing a bikini under the layers of burqa, anyway, ahahaha. But I digress. 
Now, if the stereotypical blonde Western woman depicted here were indeed to wear a burqa, I am very interested in the reasons why. Why would she wear it? Would she wear it on a whim, or would she put in serious considerations as to how she should wear it, like that bikini so stylishly paired with wedges? Or would she wear it thinking they’re shackles?- because they might as well be one. Or perhaps that line of thinking is too far ahead into the future, perhaps the question we should put to rest first is, ‘Would she even want to wear a burqa?’
And to the woman in black we can think, ‘Would she even want to wear a bikini?’ or rather, ‘Would she even dare to wear a bikini?’ 
You can read this however you’d like. It’s your own thoughts, anyway, just like how the questions are a byproduct of my idle mind. I’ll just return to my shadowy geek world, to all that which I am more familiar with, Cartoon Network, Disney, Production I.G and stuff. 

queerthesystem:

There, I fixed the false equivalency.

A little introspection. And it did make me laugh.

A Muslim woman can wear a bikini, technically, without being stoned to death or anything of the sort. What matters is the situation and in whosoever’s presence. She might even be wearing a bikini under the layers of burqa, anyway, ahahaha. But I digress. 

Now, if the stereotypical blonde Western woman depicted here were indeed to wear a burqa, I am very interested in the reasons why. Why would she wear it? Would she wear it on a whim, or would she put in serious considerations as to how she should wear it, like that bikini so stylishly paired with wedges? Or would she wear it thinking they’re shackles?- because they might as well be one. Or perhaps that line of thinking is too far ahead into the future, perhaps the question we should put to rest first is, ‘Would she even want to wear a burqa?’

And to the woman in black we can think, ‘Would she even want to wear a bikini?’ or rather, ‘Would she even dare to wear a bikini?’ 

You can read this however you’d like. It’s your own thoughts, anyway, just like how the questions are a byproduct of my idle mind. I’ll just return to my shadowy geek world, to all that which I am more familiar with, Cartoon Network, Disney, Production I.G and stuff. 

morkwalls:

Margot’s Room [ Emily Caroll ]

A brilliantly creepy little comic.

TIP: To properly read the comic in its chronological order , click on the things in the room as indicated in the little poem above.

IE: “first he gave me flowers”; click on the flowers to access Part I.

Happy Halloween.

【最終話超ネタバレ】ソードマスター紫苑 Striplation

cjloveslink:

[Super Spoilers for the final episode, Sword Master Shion]

By 岡谷 

Because Amayo knows my complete frustration with the anime ending to No.6


LMFAO! Should have added a bit about Shion being a single mother, but even the crack is too compressed xDDDD

Damn. Bones should have used those 7 early episodes a whole lot more wiser. 

ianbrooks:

When Water Towers Dream by Grant Snider @Incidental Comics
Come on, Water Tower, how low can you go!

the one with the dinosaur…and the limbo one… i just….what?

ianbrooks:

When Water Towers Dream by Grant Snider @Incidental Comics

Come on, Water Tower, how low can you go!

the one with the dinosaur…and the limbo one… i just….what?

(Source: ianbrooks)