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imsirius:

Daniel Radcliffe talks about dressing up as Spider-Man at Comic Con x

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Anonymous said: "Wake up," Bucky said shaking Steve awake. "У меня для тебя дополнительный час в мяч яма."

kehinki:

kehinki:

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johnpatrick08:

1. the meaning behind my url
2. a picture of me
3. tattoos i have
4. last time i cried and why
5. piercings i have
6. favorite band
7. biggest turn off(s)
8. top 5 (insert subject)
9. tattoos i want
10. biggest turn on(s)
11. age
12. ideas of a perfect date
13. life goal(s)
14. piercings i want
15. relationship status
16. favorite movie
17. a fact about my life
18. phobia
19. middle name
20. anything you want to ask

Pick a number!

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winterfuckingsoldier:

i can’t believe we live in a world where someone on tumblr can call chris evans a dorito in the tags of some post and have it circulate so widely that robert downey jr calls him that often enough that chris evans gets the joke behind it.

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coolschmoolzines:

Hawkeye #19 was well worth the wait. I thought nothing would ever top Pizza Dog.

#19 is mostly in sign language with very little subtitles showing just how awesome the medium of comics can be.

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superwholocked-in-albion:

jeankd:

thegoddamazon:

The most important line in the whole damn song. MESSAGE.

The only historically accurate line in the whole film. 

excuse u

superwholocked-in-albion:

jeankd:

thegoddamazon:

The most important line in the whole damn song. MESSAGE.

The only historically accurate line in the whole film. 

excuse u

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"

Fifteen minutes after The Colbert Report’s facebook posted news that the new Captain America would be black hero Sam Wilson (The Falcon), the comments were filling up with white men crying, “Gimmick,” “Political Correctness overload,” “Diversity for the sake of diversity,” “Artificial diversity agenda ruining Marvel,” and the like.

Twenty-five minutes (and many long reply threads) later, the language and hate was much worse.

We must understand, of course, that the Dudebros and Comic Book Guys had already faced a terrible shock when, earlier in the week, Marvel unapologetically announced that the current Thor would lose his title and the new Thor would be a woman.

Go to any website with a post about either of those announcements, and you will see the comments section filled with thinly-veiled racism and subtle misogyny at first, then later comments openly and viciously attacking women and non-whites for ruining comic books and life in general.

So here is what I wonder: Is there a way to make the Comics Scene more and more uncomfortable to this (fairly numerous and vocal) set of disgusting individuals?

Is there a way to subvert, elbow-out, devalue, and eventually silence them, as they have historically done to all who do not fit their mold?

Will other white males (the only voices these people respect) step up and help shut down this behavior when they see it?

Is ignoring them the best solution?

Or will the world of Comics Enthusiasts always be filled with narcissistic, evil-minded, woman-hating, homophobic racists who give every Comics Fan a bad name?

"

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I suppose an argument could be made that a hero will always need a nemesis, but…nah.

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avatarwinchester:

How many times did you have to say the line “I am Groot”?

"Oh god … maybe a thousand? I don’t know. It felt like a thousand. James Gunn and I were having so much fun with it. So it could’ve been a thousand. And it was amazing to go in there and to work with someone who wanted to explore the character- we wanted each "I am Groot" to mean something different … It reminded me, as an actor, how much we can do with so little- and if we’re passionate about it, good thing can come from it." - Vin Diesel

avatarwinchester:

How many times did you have to say the line “I am Groot”?

"Oh god … maybe a thousand? I don’t know. It felt like a thousand. James Gunn and I were having so much fun with it. So it could’ve been a thousand. And it was amazing to go in there and to work with someone who wanted to explore the character- we wanted each "I am Groot" to mean something different … It reminded me, as an actor, how much we can do with so little- and if we’re passionate about it, good thing can come from it." - Vin Diesel

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