Gonna surprise Charlie with an advance screening of #ManofSteel #Superman #daddydaughtertimes
The Audition Reel of Tobias Funke.
Watch this and then head to insertmeanywhere.biz to download even more video clips of our beloved Tobias.
Is it May 26th yet?
OMG THIS. HAHA.
21 recaps Venture Bros seasons 1-4. I found this helpful.
If you’re looking for a rundown of the Venture Bros and why you should watch it, this video narrated by Gary (Henchman 21) helps.
Now that you’re all caught up, you’re ready for Season 5 (premiering June 2nd).
How could you not love this show? #VentureBros
Charlie and Benicio finally getting a chance to sit down and read some some free TMNT #comics (at castillo de camilo)
These splash pages from Adventures of Superman #1 by Jeff Parker & Chris Samnee showcase the type of artistic pleasantness and fun I’ve missed from Superman in a long time.
I fell in love with Samnee’s sublime artistic style during his ill-fated run on Thor The Mighty Avenger and i’m glad to see this guy getting more work. Now that Thor has been collected into a regular-sized TPB as well as Rocketeer: Cargo of Doom (not to mention his current run on Daredevil with Mark Waid), i’m gonna have to drop some serious dollars on wrangling Samnee’s bibliography.
Sidenote: This comic was only 99¢ on Comixology, (the first digital comic purchase i’ve made) but i have to say, until they figure out how to give us DRM-free files that i can keep on my hard drive (like say, Louis CK’s specials), i won’t using that method to purchase any more comics unless they’re free. If i were to continue to amass a digital comics “collection” I would like to actually own the books i pay for, and not have them housed at a site that may or may not exist in the next few years.
But that’s another discussion for another day.
Gettin my Velvet Hustle on at @maydaybrewery with @aliciarose83 and friends. “No chicks, No tour.” (at Mayday Brewery)
In case you missed it at midnight, Daft Punk officially dropped “Get Lucky” featuring Pharrell Williams.
cheapwaves asked: So, I've always been interested in making comics and I've finally been able to (nearly) finish a comic for the first time in my entire existence. The problem is I have to debut it at my first convention ever (comic con of all things) and I'm pretty freaked out. I wish I could've done smaller conventions first but time was an issue. And now I'm scared that I will not be able to even talk to people because of my crippling anxiety. Do you have any advice to get over that? I'm super nervous already.
The hardest thing about tabling your first convention will be realizing that 99% of people don’t even care. You will be sitting there watching them...