Peace is all around

NO matter how bad a day you are having you can always find peace and joy some where, where you least expect it.

seaworlcl:

IM LAUGHIGN SO HARD

MY GREAT AUNT FRIENDED SOMEONE WITH THE SMAE NAME AS ME ON FACEBOOK THINKING IT WAS ME 

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the girld idnt even question it ic ant breathe 

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marvelentertainment:

Oh, yeah! Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” is in theaters everywhere August 1. Get your tickets

marvelentertainment:

Oh, yeah! Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” is in theaters everywhere August 1. Get your tickets

superdames:

—Amazing Man #10 (1940) by Martin Filchock

superdames:

—Amazing Man #10 (1940) by Martin Filchock

comicsalliance:

I, VADER: KIERON GILLEN & SALVADOR LARROCA TALK ‘STAR WARS: DARTH VADER’ [INTERVIEW]
By Andy Khouri
Few in the Star Wars universe are more enigmatic, more revered, or more quoted than Darth Vader. And yet, despite being introduced to Vader’s conflicted adolescence and troubled past in George Lucas’ most recent film trilogy, we are still not fully aware of who the galaxy’s most sinister villain really is beneath that obsidian faceplate. Sure, some of us root for the rebels. Some align with the Empire. But we all, without a doubt, want to peek under the mask of the most interesting villain in the universe; especially during that mysterious time between the first Death Star’s destruction and The Empire Strikes Back.

Now we finally get more pieces of the personality puzzle with a story taking place during a time when Vader’s vengeful thirst for power solidifies. It’s a period explored before in various Expanded Universe stories, but never before by Kieron Gillen (Young Avengers, The Wicked + The Divine) and Salvador Larroca (Invincible Iron Man, Uncanny Avengers). Their new ongoing series, Star Wars: Darth Vader, is one of three new series announced by Marvel at Comic-Con International in San Diego over the weekend, the first since Marvel acquired the Star Wars comic book license as a consequence of Lucasfilm’s acquisition with Marvel parent Disney.

We spoke to the creative team about the psychology of sci-fi’s most famous villain and what to expect from the new ongoing series.
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comicsalliance:

I, VADER: KIERON GILLEN & SALVADOR LARROCA TALK ‘STAR WARS: DARTH VADER’ [INTERVIEW]

By Andy Khouri

Few in the Star Wars universe are more enigmatic, more revered, or more quoted than Darth Vader. And yet, despite being introduced to Vader’s conflicted adolescence and troubled past in George Lucas’ most recent film trilogy, we are still not fully aware of who the galaxy’s most sinister villain really is beneath that obsidian faceplate. Sure, some of us root for the rebels. Some align with the Empire. But we all, without a doubt, want to peek under the mask of the most interesting villain in the universe; especially during that mysterious time between the first Death Star’s destruction and The Empire Strikes Back.

Now we finally get more pieces of the personality puzzle with a story taking place during a time when Vader’s vengeful thirst for power solidifies. It’s a period explored before in various Expanded Universe stories, but never before by Kieron Gillen (Young Avengers, The Wicked + The Divine) and Salvador Larroca (Invincible Iron Man, Uncanny Avengers). Their new ongoing series, Star Wars: Darth Vader, is one of three new series announced by Marvel at Comic-Con International in San Diego over the weekend, the first since Marvel acquired the Star Wars comic book license as a consequence of Lucasfilm’s acquisition with Marvel parent Disney.

We spoke to the creative team about the psychology of sci-fi’s most famous villain and what to expect from the new ongoing series.


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starlesswaters:

Fifty Book Recommendations [10/50] The Golden Compass by Phillip Pullman 

“We are all subject to the fates. But we must all act as if we are not, or die of despair…death will sweep through all the worlds; it will be the triumph of despair, forever. The universes will all become nothing more than interlocking machines, blind and empty of thought, feeling, life…”

starlesswaters:

Fifty Book Recommendations [10/50] The Golden Compass by Phillip Pullman 

“We are all subject to the fates. But we must all act as if we are not, or die of despair…death will sweep through all the worlds; it will be the triumph of despair, forever. The universes will all become nothing more than interlocking machines, blind and empty of thought, feeling, life…”

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avatarparallels:

RIP Bosco the Bear.

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