1. kaijusaurus:

    Take-Majin’s eight-armed incarnation, from Monster X Strikes Back!

    (Source: scifijapan.com, via zoology)

     

  2. stand-alone-complex:

    中村悟、プロダクション I.G.で描画される.
    Drawn by Nakamura Satoru, Production I.G.

    (via montypla)

     
  3. ghost in the shell motoko kusanagi

  4. 1ll-society:

    Virgil Finlay
    selected by 1ll-society

    (Source: 1staab.com)

     
  5. virgil finlay

  6. fioritoasil:

    'Le Serpent', c. 1936
    André Breton

    (Source: anti-romanticismo, via thesomethingwhisper)

     

  7. gameraboy:

    Save your box tops for some official Space Patrol equipment! 1952 ad.

    (via king-dinosaur)

     

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  9. strangeremains:

    In a statement, the Satanic Temple said that it will use the Supreme Court’s recent Hobby Lobby decision to exempt its believers from state-mandated informed consent laws that require women considering abortions to read pro-life material.

    Informed consent or “right to know” laws state that women seeking elective abortions be provided with information about alternatives to the procedure, often couched in language that attempts to personify the fetus. According to the Guttmacher Institute, 35 states currently have informed consent laws, and of those, 33 require that the woman be told the gestational age of the fetus.

    In some states, that information consists of pro-life propaganda that links abortion to a higher incidence of breast and ovarian cancers, or discusses “post-abortion syndrome,” a mental condition not recognized by any major medical or psychiatric organization.

    Because the Satanic Temple bases its belief “regarding personal health…on the best scientific understanding of the world, regardless of the religious or political beliefs of others,” it claims that state-mandated information with no basis in scientific fact violates its “religious” beliefs.

    Read more at RawStory

    (via theheadlesshashasheen)

     

  10. rockhalllibrary:

    Celebrate International Zine Month!

    The history of zines in popular culture dates back to the mid-twentieth century when science fiction fans created their own publications. By the late 1970s, zines were synonymous with the punk rock DIY attitude – anyone with access to a photocopier could produce a zine about their favorite music. In addition to documenting local or regional fan culture, zines often include interviews with performers and reviews of concerts that cannot be found in mainstream publications, so they make a fantastic and unique popular music research resource!

    The 1990s featured a resurgence of 1970s DIY punk attitude which found a home in the Riot Grrrl movement. Zines like Grrrl Germs, Satan Wears a Bra, and Girly Mag fostered local feminist networks and fought against the commercialization of female identities in popular culture.

    Images: From Satan Wears a Bra, Gayle Wald Riot Grrrl Collection.

    (via planet-motherfucker)

     

  11. slaaneshi-party-bus:

    Instead of glorifying violence against women, glorify violence against the foul xenos and the lying heretik.

    (via ancestralvision)

     

  12. brudesworld:

    Len Frank, 1948

    (via king-dinosaur)

     

  13. figuretime:

    Using some printouts I found online (http://dioramaworkshop.com/index.phpand some cardboard boxes, I made my son a Deathstar…

     


  14. king-in-yellow:

    assbaka:

    wanderthisparapet:

    witchcraftings:

    image

    If you don’t think honey is the most awesome, versatile, and helpful substance out there, then you might not realize all of its benefits.

    • The natural sugars and glucose found in honey can provide the same energy boost as carbohydrates. Sports drinks have a ton of high fructose corn syrup…

    DO NOT GIVE RAW HONEY TO AN INFANT. Fuck’s sake, be responsible with your posting.

    WHAT THE FUCK LIKE THE FIRST THING ANYBODY KNOWS ABOUT HONEY IS “DONT GIVE IT TO ANYONE UNDER A YEAR OLD”

    CHRIST 

    If you’re wondering, gosh, is that an urban legend?

    Nope, seen it! Shit, I saw it multiple times in medical school alone, which means that like practically as soon as I’d read about it there it was, a floppy baby with diarrhea gasping for air in the ER because of botulism! And then again! And again! It was always, like, someone trying a home remedy for colic or constipation or cough or what have you for their baby.

    Don’t do it, man, don’t fucking do it

    (Raw or otherwise, boiling won’t deactivate the toxin unless you do a good 5 minute cook at 85C or greater, but why not just wait until they’re older. It may have been more prevalent where I trained because it was well above sea level, so water boils at a different temperature, so everyone was always undercooking things and fucking up their canning sterilization too)

     


  15. bison2winquote:

    - When your character gets hit by “Strong Bad,” StrongBadZone (Videlectrix)

     
  16. strong bad

  17. monobey:

    neopuff:

    the four pages leading up to the only word to ever come out of snake eyes’ mouth :’D no wait no smiley face cuz this aint happy

    this is supposed to be rly sad but all these make me think of is how snake eyes looks TERRIFYING SIMILAR to holoform ratchet

    image image image

     
  18. g.i. joe snake eyes scarlett

  19. cobrashark:

    Sharpie doodles…

    (via megatrip)