Just Some Stuff.

avengingvelociraptortimelord:

So this year for C2E2 we decided to do costumes from mattfractionblog's Hawkeye. The first Hawkeye is one of our friends. The second is just an awesome lady we met there. I made Bobbi and Jess’s dresses (and painted Jess’s). My Natasha dress was one I altered from a thrift store. 

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spx:


The Ashur Collective chronological timeline of published books.  Two universes max.  No retconned and rehashed deaths within a universe.  No changing origin stories.  No world-eaters to force a universe merge.  No bullshit.
We are also keeping almost everything to one monthly series, so you can follow what’s happening with ease.
Blood Money is already published.  Read it here.

spx:

The Ashur Collective chronological timeline of published books.  Two universes max.  No retconned and rehashed deaths within a universe.  No changing origin stories.  No world-eaters to force a universe merge.  No bullshit.

We are also keeping almost everything to one monthly series, so you can follow what’s happening with ease.

Blood Money is already published.  Read it here.

"When I do charity events dressed as Batgirl, all the children of color are absolutely overjoyed. They literally embrace me and I can see them realize that their own race and skin color is not a hindrance to their creativity, as everything they see and experience has been telling them ever since they were old enough to process media.
The white children are hesitant and some attempt to quiz me or insist that I’m not ‘right’ or ‘real’. They are repeating what they have been told and what they have seen all their lives. I explain that Batman believes that anyone can be a hero if they are a good person and work hard, no matter what they look like. So of course Batgirl and Robin can be Black or Chinese or Spanish or anything, because that doesn’t change who they are.
The kids accept this and by the end of the event we’re all holding hands and talking about video games. I think representation is more important than ‘accuracy’ and I won’t be involved with an organization that doesn’t agree with that."
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Jay Justice, on whether costumers who dress for charity events should only portray characters ‘accurately’ or not, with implications that ‘accuracy’ means that a non white person should limit themselves to canonical characters of color. (via msjayjustice)

Jay Justice is more Batgirl than anyone I know.

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fantagraphics:

New Comics Day 7.30.14 features the FINE FINE FINE works of Eleanor Davis (How to Be Happy) and Carol Swain (Gast). Check out your local comic bookstore for a copy or order one from us today!

genericpink:

Lil bb in a lil bb sweater

(Source: mostlycatsmostly)

itsgrrrlgerm:

cloud-pixie:

official-sciencesideoftumbler:

alejo-alejo:

merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

This is scary

The apple face thing tho

Fucking horrific, I’d rather be ugly

Hate how freckles are conveyed. Ive always hated mine….

Freckles are awesome

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dashshaw:

Doctors.

medievalpoc:

[TW: harassment, threats, stalking, violence, slurs, racism]

So, someone decided to post this submission with a link to medievalpoc to a subreddit called “Tumblr In Action” this morning.

I’ve posted about this before.

Let’s stop pretending we have no idea where this comes from:

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And can we stop pretending as if these supposed “rules” actually mean anything, or are ever actually enforced:

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Medievalpoc has received tens of thousands of hits from this particular subreddit from more than 60 separate threads, some of which have hundreds of derogatory comments, using slurs, threats, and racist ‘jokes’.

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And it is somehow a “coincidence” that I have had to speak to police four times and make official reports due to threats, stalking, harassment, and other nastiness? That people have followed me around in person without my knowledge or consent because of this? People have circumvented the “ignore” function by creating accounts just to send racial slurs and threats.

The rest of this is going under a cut, because it is truly horrific. Please proceed with caution.

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saladinahmed:

"A Fair Acrobat Soundly Thrashes A Man" (1898)

saladinahmed:

"A Fair Acrobat Soundly Thrashes A Man" (1898)

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