Print this out and watch True Detective’s finale tonight with your own little Rust Cohle. Reblog so your friends can have copies for their viewing parties.
This is modern mythology, and we’re the latest caretakers,” he says. “Marvel is all about racial diversity—and you can see it from T’Challa to Shang Chi to Storm to Miles Morales to Kamala Khan—but there is always room for improvement, and we will improve.
Marvel is all about racial diversity, except when it comes to creative teams, as you can see in this glowing piece about diversity in Marvel’s books which doesn’t mention a single solitary black creator, save for Ron Wimberly, who provided a cover for Mighty Avengers this year or last.
We don’t believe you. You need more people.(via iamdavidbrothers)
Probably the worst part about being atheist is how we have to keep so many things secret, like our timeless, sightless god The Adjudicator With A Million Gnashing Mouths, The Naked Ape Of Beyond The Door, The Gibbering One From Always, Xsiiii’Unzs, and the magic powers it bestows upon those of us who chose to throw ourselves low before it, our pulped and mashed flesh paving a path under the feet of its many consort children, such as Kharlthdaorwn, Bael’Nieyy, and the Many and the Formless as they bear its litter backwards through time and oblivion into the Primus Monism, The Great One-Becoming. I mean, I know once we turn all the current manmade gods to rust and ash we will be able to talk about it all whenever we want. It’s just frustrating, you know? I feel like I would have been able to impress more girls if I could surround them in a fog of perpendicular space only they could see that slowly drove them insane.
—Highlight of the day: I posted this on Facebook the other morning and within an hour my grandma liked it.
Drawing tip: People tend to grip things with various edges of their fingers, not just the tips or all in a row.