The Happy Sorceress
Invasion by Henrik Kallenberg

Invasion by Henrik Kallenberg

Steampunk Batgirl by James O’Riley

Steampunk Batgirl by James O’Riley

Nightwing New 52 by Lui Antonio

Nightwing New 52 by Lui Antonio

Jubilee X-Men by Ainlina, photo by AJ de Ocampo

Jubilee X-Men by Ainlina, photo by AJ de Ocampo

Rendezvous by Raymund Lee

Rendezvous by Raymund Lee

wbur:

From our “Brain Matters” series, a story about how music helps in the development of the human brain.
Marvel's current Mighty Avengers might be the weirdest comic I've ever seen in a while. I'm not reading it and I never will, because it's as hypocritical as it gets. With the insane amount of black characters on the roster (almost every single black superhero in the Marvel universe is in the team) it's obviously meant for black people. Not for white people. Not for asians. Not for hindus. Not for martians. Only for black people. It's ... it's ... it's ****ing racist!
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brevoortformspring:

So you’re not reading it, and you never will, but you profess to know what it’s all about?

That seems a strange way to gather such information!

Plus, you’re simply wrong here. As you’d know if you read an issue.

But therein lies the madness.

If it’s not the book for you, that’s perfectly fine. Not every comic is for every reader.

But MIGHTY AVENGERS is meant for all readers.

GET TO KNOW ME MEME - [1/5]  Favorite MoviesThe Last Unicorn

"I’m a little afraid to go home. I have been mortal, and some part of me is mortal yet. I am no longer like the others, for no unicorn was ever born who could regret, but now I do. I regret."

I can’t even think about this film without getting all teary-eyed.

flatbear:

dunno man sometimes you just gotta draw hot curvy demon ladies.

flatbear:

dunno man sometimes you just gotta draw hot curvy demon ladies.

archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Beguiling Book Art explores the exquisite work of New York-based artist Brian Dettmer, a self-described Book Surgeon, who uses knives, tweezers and surgical tools to transform old books into amazing, multi-layered sculptures. Taking one page at a time, Dettmer painstakingly carves out illustrations and text from old medical journals, dictionaries, atlases, encyclopedias and other beautifully illustrated books. Nothing is ever added or rearranged, only removed. The pages and spines of the books are manipulated to further shape the book sculptures. He also combines multiple books, folding, bending, rolling and stacking them to create larger and even more complex sculptural forms.

Dettmer views his artwork as an intensive collaboration with the existing material:

“Images and ideas are revealed to expose alternate histories and memories, ” explains Dettmer in the artist’s statement. “My work is a collaboration with the existing material and its past creators and the completed pieces expose new relationships of the book’s internal elements exactly where they have been since their original conception.”

Visit Brian Dettmer’s website to check out more of his astonishing book book sculptures.

[via Beautiful/Decay and Demilked]