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Same Crime

stunningpicture:

Same Crime

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Cafe Racer Design Source
Moto Guzzi V35 @caferacerdesign

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klaatu:

Numan Bolan Bowie art pic

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Numan Bolan Bowie art pic

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seaweedandgravel:

@imfreakinugly refining the tail section details… Always evolving and improving. #cb550 notice where the seat meets the tank.

seaweedandgravel:

@imfreakinugly refining the tail section details… Always evolving and improving. #cb550 notice where the seat meets the tank.

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partycops:

hey, it’s me, Mr. Friday

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withlovefromchennai

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paradoxes-for-breakfast:

reasons why halloween is the best holiday:

  1. you are not obliged to visit your relatives
  2. you are not obliged to get gifts for anyone
  3. people will give you candy for absolutely no reason other than halloween
  4. its the only day when its socially acceptable to go out in public dressed like a penguin

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sixpenceee:

A compilation of Edward Gorey and his rather gothic poems and illustrations. 

Check out his dark children alaphabet illustrations

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1000drawings:

Mermaid Project  by Renee Nault  | Tumblr

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ungoliantschilde:

Some Bruce Timm for your skull-meat.

Collectors, take note:
I posted two separate covers of “the Batman Adventures: Mad Love” for a reason. The first one is the 1st Print, and it should be about a $25-$30 book. It is a regular comic book, and it is scarce. The Batman Adventures were tie-in books meant to milk the popularity of the cartoon. The print run was low, and they were more likely to be sold at newsstands or convenience stores than a local comic book shop.
The second cover I posted (the last image at the bottom of set) is not a variant. It is not a chase cover, and it is not more valuable. It is the 2nd Printing of the issue, and it is prestige bound, meaning that it has a spine with the title written on the side. It is a $10-$15 book at most, because it was a special edition reprint of the original issue. It was reprinted because “Mad Love” won an Eisner for best single issue of the year for 1994. I might be wrong about the year. If you haven’t watched all four seasons of “Batman: the Animated Series” and you have never read this book, I will tell you this:

Eisner awards are named after Will Eisner, the guy that wrote and drew “the Spirit”, and one of the most influential and gifted artists/writers who has ever lived. Basically, everyone that came after Eisner has taken some notes from his style.
Therefor, an Eisner award is the equivalent of a Pulitzer Prize.
It is NOT like the Academy Awards.
It is an award given for creators and artists as a recognition of their achievements. Most of the time, Eisner Awards for best single issue go to indie books. They just do. Superheroes are not considered high-art by the vast majority of the populace.
They are just not.

So, when a Superhero book wins an Eisner for best Issue-meaning the story, the art, all of it-try to read that book. Trust me. It’s really good.

Consider this as well:
The Batman Adventure comics were adaptations of a cartoon.
Basically, they were tie-in books. And it still won the Eisner.
So: Yes, it’s really that good.

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humansofnewyork:

He told me that he could look at anyone’s face, and tell them exactly what they need in life. I asked him to give me a try. He studied my face, looked up at the sky for a few seconds, then said: “You don’t need anything.”
(Jammu, India)

humansofnewyork:

He told me that he could look at anyone’s face, and tell them exactly what they need in life. I asked him to give me a try. He studied my face, looked up at the sky for a few seconds, then said: “You don’t need anything.”

(Jammu, India)

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thecomicsvault:

COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP
T H E  D A R K  K N I G H TThe Dark Knight Returns #3 (May 1986)Frank Miller (pencils), Klaus Janson (inks) & Lynn Varley (colors)

thecomicsvault:

COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP

T H E  D A R K  K N I G H T
The Dark Knight Returns #3 (May 1986)
Frank Miller (pencils), Klaus Janson (inks) & Lynn Varley (colors)

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It’s called the ‘Lykoi’.  Due to a genetic mutation in a domestic shorthair cat, the Lykoi has no hair around its eyes, nose, ears and muzzle, giving it a werewolfish appearance.

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