Day 16 “I don’t like” this nightmare fueled creature.

Photo Set

Sometimes the lines get blurred. Sometimes the only thing between you and them is the mask and cape. - Batman: Streets of Gotham Vol 1 #8 

for dccomicgeek

(via fyeahdickgrayson)

Source: supagirl


USA Today has the first look at our kick ass cast for the live-action Powers TV show coming this winter to the PlayStation network

Every PSN user in the US will receive the first episode of Powers for free and PlayStation Plus members will be able to view the entire season for free.

All volumes of the Eisner award-winning Powers series are available through Marvel/icon or digitally through comixology.  yum yum.

Source: brianmichaelbendis
Photo Set

Day 15 “remembering”

Photo Set



Everyone IN NY should read this

Everyone who wants to come to NY should read this

Everyone should read this if you’re thinking about NY in any way, shape or form.

as a native new yorker and a human being who has to go in and out of the city every day and is constantly bewildered by the fact the people continue to do stupid things

thanks for this!

(via spirit-gangsta)

Source: jessehimself


My NKU lecture on ideas, storytelling, and more. Something for you to listen to while you work. Just skip to the second half if you don’t want to hear about early David developing comics in Kabuki in college.


David Mack’s Book Connection Lecture at Northern Kentucky University 

david says: Each year NKU chooses a book that ALL of their first year students have as required reading and other classes apply it into their curriculum. Often this is a biography or autobiography or non-fiction book.  In 2010 NKU chose my book KABUKI: THE ALCHEMY for their first year book.  This was the first time ever that the university chose a graphic novel for this honor.  In conjunction with the event, I did some lectures at the school and the university library and art center had an exhibit of the complete original pages of KABUKI: THE ALCHEMY. 

Source: bendiswordsforpictures
Photo Set


Please Share This

Thousands of Tumblr users have been misled by a post suggesting that an unidentified elementary school girl was battered and sexually assaulted by her classmates only to have authorities excuse it as “rough housing”. This story is awful and provokes anger amongst its readers, as it should. However it’s a LIE

This article smelled “off” when I read it because it clearly stated that the mother withheld her daughter’s name to save her from humiliation. Which made the photo of the girl seem off. Why hide her name if you’ll show her face? That’s because this isn’t an article on CNN like the post suggests and that little girl isn’t a sexual assault victim. You’re looking at a photo of Makayla McEvoy. She was 7 when this photo was taken in 2012 after she survived a Kangaroo attack.

Little miss McEvoy is an Australian animal attack survivor. She is NOT an American rape victim from Georgia (thank God)

The artificial news story was fabricated by a Tumblr user called dropmycumberbritches (who now goes by vegetableighs since handing the account off to someone else to avoid heat) After posting the artificial story to raise awareness to Rape Culture, the Tumblr user then celebrated and sang their own praise. Luckily another Tumble user, untrue-posts, found the article, did some digging and reblogged the initial post with the real info.

However, the original post is still picking up speed and is sitting comfortably at 20k+ posts. Please, spread this news and let everyone know that there is not a Georgian rape victim going uncared for. Instead, there’s a poor Australian girl who was attacked by a Kangaroo in 2012 who recovered, only to have her face used for some else’s agenda.

(via spirit-gangsta)

Source: tombstone-hero

Day 12 “Fall” because who doesn’t love halloween.