Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Pepsi
jadekatcos:

twirlytumblfluff:

memeguy-com:

This man knows how to ride a Segway

This is the ONLY way to ride a Segway.

They see me Roman, they hatin’

jadekatcos:

twirlytumblfluff:

memeguy-com:

This man knows how to ride a Segway

This is the ONLY way to ride a Segway.

They see me Roman, they hatin’

justintheallan:

soycrates:

endreal:

avatar-addiction:

nicotineenema:

Shout out to girls who don’t mind being called dude and man casually

shout out to boys who don’t mind being called guuurrl 

shout out to humans who don’t mind being called dawg

shout out to dogs who will let you call them anything so long as you say it in  a happy, friendly tone.

Shout out to Guinea Pigs which are neither pigs nor from Guinea.  

joebloodyhunter:

twentypercentcooler:

GET READY! RADICAL GUARDIAN SKATER X #1 DROPS THIS WEDNESDAY!
That’s right everbody, it’s an all-new, all-action tokusatsu adventure series from me, joebloodyhunter and twobitjusticeleague, with a logo design by bigredrobot, and it’s out on Comixology on Wednesday, September 3!
It’s the first issue of an ongoing series that’s a loving homage (well, that’s the nice way to put it, anyway) to Kamen Rider and Super Sentai, with all the high school drama and rubber-suited monsters that you could possibly want:

Written by: Chris SimsArt by: Joe HunterLettered by: Josh KrachBy: Dylan ToddPrice: $0.99Available: Wednesday, September 3, 2014 Sequence 01: The Break-Fist Club KICKFLIP INTO ACTION! Ramp City High School has a big problem: students are turning into monsters whenever they’re faced with stress — and for teenagers, there’s stress around every corner. Good thing skateboard champ Theo and tech whiz Ria are there to stop them, but when the mid-term menace of Testor tears up the library, will they be thrashed before they even start?

Catch the full issue and spread the word, Action Agents! The Ramp City Revolution starts now!
(Well. It starts on Wednesday, but you get the idea).

I DID A THING WITH THESE DUDES I LIKE!
Get it Wednesday!

joebloodyhunter:

twentypercentcooler:

GET READY! RADICAL GUARDIAN SKATER X #1 DROPS THIS WEDNESDAY!

That’s right everbody, it’s an all-new, all-action tokusatsu adventure series from me, joebloodyhunter and twobitjusticeleague, with a logo design by bigredrobot, and it’s out on Comixology on Wednesday, September 3!

It’s the first issue of an ongoing series that’s a loving homage (well, that’s the nice way to put it, anyway) to Kamen Rider and Super Sentai, with all the high school drama and rubber-suited monsters that you could possibly want:

Written by: Chris Sims
Art by: Joe Hunter
Lettered by: Josh Krach
By: Dylan Todd
Price: $0.99
Available: Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Sequence 01: The Break-Fist Club
KICKFLIP INTO ACTION! Ramp City High School has a big problem: students are turning into monsters whenever they’re faced with stress — and for teenagers, there’s stress around every corner. Good thing skateboard champ Theo and tech whiz Ria are there to stop them, but when the mid-term menace of Testor tears up the library, will they be thrashed before they even start?

Catch the full issue and spread the word, Action Agents! The Ramp City Revolution starts now!

(Well. It starts on Wednesday, but you get the idea).

I DID A THING WITH THESE DUDES I LIKE!

Get it Wednesday!

savethewailes:

Practicing poses on today’s Doctor Kawaii

 Say what you will, but I am super excited for Peter Capaldi to be the new Doctor.

It’s a rare thing to love something so much as a kid and then be able to become that thing when you grow up. It’s really exciting and sweet to see that this kind of thing has happened to Peter Capaldi. 

This photo of him hanging out with Sean Pertwee doing the over the top OH NO MONSTERS!!1!11! is one of the first things that made me think that he was/is going to be just fine in this role.

skippercifer:

I’m honestly such a sucker for fan-made movie posters. 

benito-cereno:

highway62:

The part of the continuum in which I prefer to hang around.

I’ve often thought about the fundamental differences in philosophy between Morrison and Moore, whose work, despite being almost inevitably compared, could hardly be more different at a basic level. This quote says a lot about it, but I’ve often thought of it as Moore deconstructs, Morrison reconstructs.