sawdustbear:

Donna is the A.I.M Employee of the Month.

Part 1 is here(Casual Fridays), Part 2 is here(Lunch Break). Part 3 is here(Trust Falls).

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seanhowe:

DITKOTECH
From Amazing Spider-Man #31.

seanhowe:

DITKOTECH

From Amazing Spider-Man #31.

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skalja:

teatime-brutality:

I have to go to work now, but what I would really much rather do is sit here all night and write thoughts about comics. I am very excited by comics at the moment. Comics.

Here are some reasons I am excited by comics.

  • I am very busy lately. The busier i get the more comics I read, as my brain needs to be fed as much fiction as ever and comics are the most easily pick-and-and-put-down-inbetween-doing-other-things form in which stories come.
  • I’ve started listening to the Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men podcast and it’s reminded me of every way in which I’ve ever loved that series and is teaching me to love it in ways I didn’t. 
  • Spider-Man and the X-Men is A REAL THING THAT IS HAPPENING.

I’m not familiar with Kalan’s fiction but the premise of this title INTRIGUES ME MUCHLY. Thanks for the heads up!

(And I also want to listen to Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men, but… do I have enough X-Men knowledge?)

Reblogging myself to add that this is the second time in the past few years that Spider-Man has gotten a position on a team because one of his friends put it in their will. Is this going to be a thing?

teatime-brutality:

I have to go to work now, but what I would really much rather do is sit here all night and write thoughts about comics. I am very excited by comics at the moment. Comics.

Here are some reasons I am excited by comics.

  • I am very busy lately. The busier i get the more comics I read, as my brain needs to be fed as much fiction as ever and comics are the most easily pick-and-and-put-down-inbetween-doing-other-things form in which stories come.
  • I’ve started listening to the Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men podcast and it’s reminded me of every way in which I’ve ever loved that series and is teaching me to love it in ways I didn’t. 
  • Spider-Man and the X-Men is A REAL THING THAT IS HAPPENING.

I’m not familiar with Kalan’s fiction but the premise of this title INTRIGUES ME MUCHLY. Thanks for the heads up!

(And I also want to listen to Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men, but… do I have enough X-Men knowledge?)

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tittyvampire:

dear marvel, pls bring back new x-men (the one with teenage babs) except less death & more happy times. just look how happy megan is. bring back my b-list mutant cuties

tittyvampire:

dear marvel, pls bring back new x-men (the one with teenage babs) except less death & more happy times. just look how happy megan is. bring back my b-list mutant cuties

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twisteddoodles:

Working in Science

twisteddoodles:

Working in Science

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cranberrydelight:

Colored version of the sketch, because when it comes to studying, I’m a master procrastinator

cranberrydelight:

Colored version of the sketch, because when it comes to studying, I’m a master procrastinator

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gailsimone:

fantasticgirlreadscomics:

You know what? It is a really good time for awesome fantasy comics about warrior women. Here are some of the ones I’m loving:

  • Rat Queens, by Kurtis J. Wiebe and Roc Upchurch
  • The Legend of Bold Riley, by Leia Weathington, Marco Aidala, Konstantin Pogorelov, Vanessa Gillings, Kelly McClellan, and Jason Thompson
  • Red Sonja, by Gail Simone and Walter Geovanni
  • Princeless, by Jeremy Whitley and M. Goodwin
  • Princess Ugg, by Ted Naifeh

Do you have others you’re liking?

These are great books to be mentioned with…love them all!

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sarah531:

"She was a nonentity."

-Gerry Conway, Spider-Man writer, on why the decision was made to kill Gwen Stacy off

I would add “has a keen sense of justice”! She’s the first one to speak up whenever she feels someone’s being mistreated and took part in student activism (although I dread to reread those issues because I doubt they’ve aged well).