1. beatonna:

    Wee Patrice Lumumba 

     
  2. allhoursmag:

    mf doom by jaime hernandez

    Wow there was a point in time when this confluence would have knocked me down.

    (via bubblegumcageiv)

     
  3. beautravail:

    my communist praxis

     
  4. glasswind:

    Went back and tried fixing some anatomy mistakes in this Pacific Rim print from a year ago. Still looks weird to me, but it’ll do.

     
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  6. myjetpack:

    My book of cartoons ‘You’re All Just Jealous of my Jetpack’ is available now:
    US: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1770461043
    UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1770461043
    Other stockists and info at www.tomgauld.com

     
  7. rocket-prose:

    TOO BAD if you’re a writer wanting to mark your place in comic book history, because “Disco-Dancing Clark Kent” has already been done.

    glenweldon:

    SUPERMAN FAMILY #196. July-August 1979. “Super-Disco Fever!” Written by Cary Burkett, Penciled by Kurt Schaffenberger, Inked by Dan Adkins.

    Clark Kent is taken to a discotheque by his fan club and discovers that a madman has hidden several bombs beneath the dance floor.

    He slyly uses his super-powers to disarm each one, using only the raw propulsive musk-scented power of … his moves.

    (“Shake your bootie?”)

    More pro-Superman evidence surfaces.

    (via hangingfire)

     

  8. "Why do these cops need MARPAT camo pants again," I asked on Twitter this morning. One of the most interesting responses came from a follower who says he served in the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division: "We rolled lighter than that in an actual warzone."
    — 

    Paul Szoldra, Business Insider

    Somehow that really says it all doesn’t it—if you think about what camouflage is actually designed to do and how it’s being used here as a tool of intimidation—though all the other details about Ferguson police equipment in that article are extremely disturbing as are the photos.

     
  9. "Round Table Talk" — Lady G & Papa San

    This song + video has better dramatic turns than a hundred seasons of our current golden age of television.

     
     
  10. scarygoround:

    Comic dealing with a little-remembered event during George W. Bush’s presidency.