Nevermind the captions.
Colossus has to CARRY Professor X down a flight of stairs every time he wants to leave the house?? You would think Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters would be wheelchair accessible since the guy owns the friggin’ place.
When the Blob was too powerful for Colossus and Wolverine to move, they hit him in the nuts.
They tried to explain it as teeter-tottering him up into the air, but let’s face it, they were really sacking him.
Nite Owl: What happened to us? What happened to the American Dream?
The Comedian: “What happened to the American Dream?” It came true. You’re lookin’ at it.
I had to put these two images together, they were just too eerily similar. Fiction mirroring reality and vice versa. What a shame. A terrible, terrible shame.
TIL Nightcrawler’s girlfriend was actually his sister in disguise the entire time.
And he was totally happy about it.
Next time I start eating cookies for lunch, remind me not to eat cookies for lunch.
I’ve come to the realization that if I could read and write and draw all day, I would.
"YET WHEN WE TRAVELED TO THE SAVAGE LAND, A FREAK PREHISTORIC WILDERNESS HIDDEN IN THE ANTARCTIC ICECAP — AND MET KA-ZAR FOR THE FIRST TIME, AND I SAW JEAN ABOUT TO BE SACRIFICED TO A TYRANNOSAURUS REX …
… I REALIZED THAT SHE WAS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN MY LIFE."
Scott Summers, AKA Cyclops
Graphic novels round three. Notice the lack of Green Lantern and inclusion of multiple Sandmans (Sandmen?)
I just finished listening to Robin Williams’ standup A Night At The Met (again). This clip is the last track on the album, closing up a long bit about fatherhood.
It’s also another reminder that being loud, outrageous, and whacky is not what makes the comedian, but the ability to combine compassion with humour, to remind people of their humanity and the responsibility we have to each other.
- me: *sees dog*
- me: *forgets what im talking about and points out dog*