more-corn:

"Why this one? Why’d I chose this face? It’s like I’m trying to tell myself something; like I’m trying to make a point."

I bet he’s trying to tell himself not to go looking at giant alien-and-blue-smoke-filled boxes.

But the gases remind him of Pompeii.

I would like these two as companions please and thank you.

Clara and the Doctor

It seems really odd to me that people are invested in The Doctor flirting with Clara, and claiming that it’s romantic in nature.

It seems very clear to me that the Doctor is afraid of losing a friend, and is jealous of Danny more than anything.

He’s afraid to lose Clara because he doesn’t think anyone will like the new him. He thinks she’s the only one, and that’s why when he’s not conspicuously showing up before her dates to prove to her that he’s a fun friend, he’s traveling alone (something Clara notes). He’s traveling alone so much to the point that he’s inventing enemies.

Am I the only who sees that? That the Doctor’s constant need for Clara’s approval, and for her to choose him over Danny, even if only briefly, is a manifestation of loneliness and low self-esteem?

I’m so invested in Liz Lemon and Jack Donaghy’s friendship that I’ve watched 30 Rock like four times.

taiey:

In which Martha Jones asks a perfectly reasonable question, and the Doctor brushes her off.

So what is it you fancy, exactly?

"The reality is that fat people are often supported in hating their bodies, in starving themselves, in engaging in unsafe exercise, and in seeking out weight loss by any means necessary. A thin person who does these things is considered mentally ill. A fat person who does these things is redeemed by them. This is why our culture has no concept of a fat person who also has an eating disorder. If you’re fat, it’s not an eating disorder — it’s a lifestyle change."
— Lesley Kinzel (via mustangblood)

allisonscrown:

"where’s my christian grey????” hopefully locked up in prison

comicbookwomen:

Shutter #7 by Leila Del Duca

ugh, i have to wait until december to read this…

comicbookwomen:

Shutter #7 by Leila Del Duca

ugh, i have to wait until december to read this…

That’s bullshit.

joekeatinge:

The end (until December) is here.

This Wednesday. September 17th. 2014. A.D.

People (and not-people) are reunited. Revelations start coming. Blood’s drawn. 

The fuller picture opens up (THE SHUTTER, IF YOU WILL)* placing Kate & co. in a very different place than when the series began and kicking off our next big arc, taking us to… well, you’ll see.

*sorry not sorry

P.S. I can’t imagine I’m alone in thinking that Leila draws some of the best Totally Normal Fish comics has ever seen.

P.P.S. If you’re at Rose City Comic Con this weekend, Leila and I will be at tables G-09 + 10, selling our Shutter wares (including our Us-Only exclusive Shutter #1 sketch cover featuring real life sketches by Leila [or me if you’d like to burn some money]) AND some copies of #6. Maybe some other stuff, but more on that later.

Words do not describe how much I loved this issue.

theangrykorean:

Funny when your two hobbies cross paths • #Shutter #vinyl #comics #recordcollector #imagecomics @imagecomics

That lion had a total of like three pages, and his death my stomach flip and my heart hurt. I’m not over his death, and he was there for three pages. THREE PAGES.

theangrykorean:

Funny when your two hobbies cross paths • #Shutter #vinyl #comics #recordcollector #imagecomics @imagecomics

That lion had a total of like three pages, and his death my stomach flip and my heart hurt. I’m not over his death, and he was there for three pages. THREE PAGES.

The 80s was such a beautiful time.

I’ve found it. I’ve found my favorite Will Schuester moment, and it’s him dance/posing while sing/yelling on a brick of a cellphone.

Can’t stop watching this…

Also, Temple Gradin works at my school… that’s not really all that important, but I have seen her around campus…