HardLightHolo
languageofghosts:

GIVEAWAY!
This is the first giveaway I’ve ever done. Ever. I’m excited to spread the comic love, but nervous it won’t get spread as much as I hope. So please! Reblog and share this with your friends!
What I’m giving away are Issues 1—5 of Ms. Marvel (I know issue #6 is pictured, and that’s my mistake, but only 1—5 will be part of the first volume, hence why those are the ones you’ll be getting). They are all in mint condition, kept in plastic covers, etc. I just don’t have the first print of the first issue, which is why it’s blue.
The Rules (read these! seriously!):
Open to U.S. residents only. Sorry :(
The contest will be open for one week and ends August 6 at midnight EST; I may extend it if there aren’t that many participants.
I’m not looking for followers; there is no reason to follow me, unless you want to. All I ask is that you like and reblog the post so I know you’re at least somewhat serious about it.
And finally… no boys. I make it a point to read and buy comics that don’t feature the typical Straight White Male™ and want the comics I’ve purchased to be passed on to people who can identify more with them. (If you are non-binary, I trust you to use your discretion when participating).
I’m doing this because while I like supporting my local comic book shop, I’m not really fond of holding onto individual issues. Hopefully this giveaway is successful, since I’d like to do more of them. However, I ain’t made of money, so my pull list isn’t that large, meaning I can’t do this too too often and there might only be like, four titles available in total for me to giveaway. If YOU would like this to happen more often, you can donate to my PayPal (the link is on the side of my page or here).
I promise that any money donated will be used to purchase and giveaway comics. Shoot me a message to suggest titles, either for pulls or graphic novels, because this is, essentially, for you all. If the donate thing doesn’t go over well, no big deal; I’ll donate any money that was received to a kickstarter that supports women/minorities in comics. So whatever the outcome, I won’t be using anything that’s been donated in goodwill for personal use. That’s the type of behavior that ruins something like this, and that’s the opposite of what I want happening.
Thanks and good luck!

languageofghosts:

GIVEAWAY!

This is the first giveaway I’ve ever done. Ever. I’m excited to spread the comic love, but nervous it won’t get spread as much as I hope. So please! Reblog and share this with your friends!

What I’m giving away are Issues 1—5 of Ms. Marvel (I know issue #6 is pictured, and that’s my mistake, but only 1—5 will be part of the first volume, hence why those are the ones you’ll be getting). They are all in mint condition, kept in plastic covers, etc. I just don’t have the first print of the first issue, which is why it’s blue.

The Rules (read these! seriously!):

  • Open to U.S. residents only. Sorry :(
  • The contest will be open for one week and ends August 6 at midnight EST; I may extend it if there aren’t that many participants.
  • I’m not looking for followers; there is no reason to follow me, unless you want to. All I ask is that you like and reblog the post so I know you’re at least somewhat serious about it.
  • And finally… no boys. I make it a point to read and buy comics that don’t feature the typical Straight White Male™ and want the comics I’ve purchased to be passed on to people who can identify more with them. (If you are non-binary, I trust you to use your discretion when participating).

I’m doing this because while I like supporting my local comic book shop, I’m not really fond of holding onto individual issues. Hopefully this giveaway is successful, since I’d like to do more of them. However, I ain’t made of money, so my pull list isn’t that large, meaning I can’t do this too too often and there might only be like, four titles available in total for me to giveaway. If YOU would like this to happen more often, you can donate to my PayPal (the link is on the side of my page or here).

I promise that any money donated will be used to purchase and giveaway comics. Shoot me a message to suggest titles, either for pulls or graphic novels, because this is, essentially, for you all. If the donate thing doesn’t go over well, no big deal; I’ll donate any money that was received to a kickstarter that supports women/minorities in comics. So whatever the outcome, I won’t be using anything that’s been donated in goodwill for personal use. That’s the type of behavior that ruins something like this, and that’s the opposite of what I want happening.

Thanks and good luck!

leadencirclesdissolve:

filmmakingkid:

thingswelovefrom-thebookofmormon:

Musical theatre people be like

TRU THO OMG

This guy is the only one who has managed to make consistently good and inoffensive vines. 

fyeahstormandwolvie:

Wolverine and the X-Men vol. 2 #6 (2014)

fyeahstormandwolvie:

Wolverine and the X-Men vol. 2 #6 (2014)

guitarbains:

yes adventure time. explain colonialism and racial imperialism to children and high niggas.

(Source: sandandglass)

jekabeth:

She took the midnight pills, hurting everywhere.

hazardgirl:

britnxe:

dickspeightjr:

don’t give me choices because i will get overwhelmed and cry

image

yo

(Source: caleb-denecour)

zoetekohana:

vaguelywatermarksthesky:

j-e-t-k-o:

Every time a character says ‘Honor’ in A:tlA

i cant stop laughing

nonernonernonernonernonernoner

And clearly the best was saved for last.

comicblah:

SDCC 1986 program cover by John Romita Sr.

comicblah:

SDCC 1986 program cover by John Romita Sr.

only-our-imaginations-can-saveus:

Nailed It

only-our-imaginations-can-saveus:

Nailed It

giddytf2:

the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

And that is just one reason why I love Weird Al.

Thank you thank you THANK YOU, Weird Al. Thank you for listening and for apologizing and being a good human being.

giddytf2:

the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

And that is just one reason why I love Weird Al.

Thank you thank you THANK YOU, Weird Al. Thank you for listening and for apologizing and being a good human being.


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