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dontbearuiner:

So I went on a bit of a rant on Twitter earlier.

If you’re no longer making money at cons, either stop going or refocus. It’s not other peoples’ fault that your business model no longer caters to them.

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bikiniarmorbattledamage:

elleirise:

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bluedogeyes:

Princeless – Book One: Save Yourself (2012)

Story: Jeremy Whitley , art: M. Goodwin

Avaliable at comixology / amazon

"And this one—-"

NO

Protective clothing that actually protects is such a novel idea.

I featured the first three panels waaay back, but the broader context makes it even better!

~Ozzie

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comicsalliance:

VALIANT OFFERS BIGGEST COMIC BOOK HUMBLE BUNDLE YET TO BENEFIT CBLDF AND OTHER CHARITIES

By Matt D. Wilson

Since the spring, more and more comic publishers have offered up super-cheap collections of comics on Humble Bundle, for the benefit of charities including the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, the Hero Initiative, and Doctors Without Borders.

You can add Valiant Comics to that esteemed group. Starting Wednesday, the publisher has been offering up collections of its top titles, including Quantum & Woody, Unity, Harbinger, Bloodshot and more. Fans can name their price, help a charity, and get a whole bunch of great comics in the process.

According to a Valiant press release, the 24 graphic novels and comic collections offered up in the deal have a retail value of more than $420, making it the biggest comic offer in Humble Bundle history.

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This is a RIDICULOUS value. I may not be into 100% of the titles Valiant is putting out, but I admire their publishing approach. This bundle is worth it just for Archer & Armstrong, Quantum & Woody, and Eternal Warrior. All good reads.

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wilwheaton:

omegaismymiddlename:

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OH MY GOD

can we just talk about how great the joke is since David Aja the artist is also famous for doing the Iron Fist Immortal Weapons series with Fraction and his Danny Rand looks a lot like his Clint Barton 

Perfect

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Episode 22: Steve McQueen

When looking back to our youth, there are several actors who stand out as iconic favourites. Actors whose presence on screen is as powerful today as it was in their time.

Recently, we devoted an entire episode to one such actor, Paul Newman. It seems only fitting that we now devote another episode to the man with whom he shared billing, a rival on and off the screen… Steve McQueen.

McQueen was an amazing actor, capable of delivering honest performances which resonated with audiences. Despite only ever being nominated for an Oscar once, for The Sand Pebbles, his resume includes some of the biggest movies of his time.

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Episode 184: X-Force « Comic Book Informer

Si Spurrier is quickly becoming one of my favorite writers.

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Episode 21: Snowpiercer | Popcorn Ronin

For those who’ve not heard of the film, Snowpierce is a sci-fi, action, dystopian, post-apocalyptic movie which preaches an environmental cause, class uprising, as well as the horror and cruelty of humankind. Can’t get much more precise than that.

This was an interesting episode, as our opinions of the film varied quite a bit. Vince was far more impressed with it, willing to allow himself to be taken along for the ride (if you don’t like puns, stay away from this episode). I, however, would score the film even a little lower than 77%. This isn’t to say I didn’t enjoy the film. I did. However the issues I had with it were series enough that they took me completely out of the film, and that’s something you don’t want to do as a filmmaker.

Great movie. Everyone should see it. (And then listen to our podcast)

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wilwheaton:

For my brother-in-law, who is Cowboys Super Fan Number One. (via reddit)

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4gifs:

Spiderdog prank. [video]

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