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mamalaz:

Avengers Actually Assembled: Part 2 (Part 1 found here)

A world where film studio rights don’t exist and all of Marvel exists as one place (also because I HAD to use the leaked Deadpool footage).

If I may be so bold…On behalf of all Mutant and Marvel lovers out there…

Thank you, mamalaz.

Mutant 101

Magneto: I can control metal. 
Quicksilver: hmm? My mom knew a guy like that once. 
professor X: ….
Me: that’s right, guy who can’t be called quicksilver because of stupid movie rights by Sony and Marvel even though you’re also going to be in the next Avengers movie but I’m not sure if they can call you Quicksilver in that one either, and I know they definitely can’t say the word “mutant” in the Marvel movie which is really as stupid as Sony saying “uh, you can’t use the word “Baseball” or whatever and the Avengers super fast guy who is but isn’t a mutant will be played by some other actor which is even dumber; she did. And he’s standing right next to you. And she boned him.

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To celebrate 500 posts, four months of Mutant 101, and our 4,000th follower, I asked Deadpool to draw something as a thank you to all of M101’s followers. 

I hope you like it.

Thanks for all your support!

Mutant 101

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Mutant 101 - John Hughes’ “Pretty In Pink” Before And After James Spader Signed Up To Be Ultron In “Avengers: Age Of Ultron”

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Another broken vow :(

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bygoneamericana:

A street cleaner on Washington Street. New York, 1943.

By John Vachon

The New York Rangers poster for a game at the old Garden on the wall. Word.

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lifeascomics:

Steve Ditko exposing Ayn Rand philosophy

Is that true? About that being drawn about Rand’s philosophy?

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http://claudiaboleyn.tumblr.com/post/93811016316/since-its-the-anniversary-of-the-outbreak-of-ww1

bartnj:

claudiaboleyn:

Since it’s the anniversary of the outbreak of WW1, let’s not erase the sacrifice of the British Indian Army, who made up one third of the troops manning the British line of the trenches in France. One million Indians served overseas during WW1, and overall 74,187 Indian troops died in the war.

This is so true. Also, the hated Russians sacrificed 65 million young men in both WW1 and WW2 combined. That’s “million”. With an M.

..while Churchill spent four years making excuses to the Russians about opening a second front (which turned out to be Normandy) because he primary concern was holding British Imperial rule in India and everywhere else they ruled. The Russians threw million-man wave after million-man wave at the German meatgrinder to hold Stalingrad and the eastern front year after year while Churchill and Roosevelt argued over empire. Roosevelt supposedly being against but US policy makers already carving out Israel, Iraq, Southeast Asia from Britain and France for after the war they knew those countries wouldn’t be powerful enough to keep their sphere of influence in them. Sorry, I know it’s WW1 today but it never ceases to amaze me , the willful ignorance of some people while they harp about winning the Cold War. Which was a purposely instigated distraction.

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claudiaboleyn:

Since it’s the anniversary of the outbreak of WW1, let’s not erase the sacrifice of the British Indian Army, who made up one third of the troops manning the British line of the trenches in France. One million Indians served overseas during WW1, and overall 74,187 Indian troops died in the war.

This is so true. Also, the hated Russians sacrificed 65 million young men in both WW1 and WW2 combined. That’s “million”. With an M.

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is the future truly set?

Magneto: I can control metal.
Quicksilver: hmm? My mom knew a guy like that once.
professor X: ….
Me: that’s right, guy who can’t be called quicksilver because of stupid movie rights by Sony and Marvel even though you’re also going to be in the next Avengers movie but I’m not sure if they can call you Quicksilver in that one either, and I know they definitely can’t say the word “mutant” in the Marvel movie which is really as stupid as Sony saying “uh, you can’t use the word “Baseball” or whatever and the Avengers super fast guy who is but isn’t a mutant will be played by some other actor which is even dumber; she did. And he’s standing right next to you. And she boned him.

(via abitterfiglet)

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"I’ll be walking with my friends, and they’ll be like, ‘Oh my god, someone recognized you.’ And I’ll be like, ‘Really? Is he cute, and is he single?’" (insp)

If she can’t get laid on a set with about two million buff dudes as extras, she’s gay and doesn’t know it yet.

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Best. Attitude. Ever. #got

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aurelien-maravitch:

Hipster Houses logos Game Of Thrones designed by me, Aurélien Maravitch.

If you appreciate, please share my work !

www.aurelien-maravitch.com

I love the work, As d I’ll share it.
But first, if I am not mistaken (I have read and still re read the books)
The words for the sigil of House Greyjoy are “We Do Not SOW”

Like, they eat fish, they don’t farm, I guess.

Beautiful artwork.

(via varous)

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thisisnotjapan:

I was going through some old photographs and belongings of my grandmother’s in storage and I came across this. She saved the newspaper clipping from her internment.

Reading it made me feel so sad and disgusted I wanted to cry. 

I’m an historian. Any news from most any paper in the USA was filled with this censored propaganda type of article. Editors and publishers actively took direction from War Department censors on what was and was not ok to print.

So you have this writer, he’s covering this train station full of internees. If he doesn’t write it this way, it doesn’t get printed.

Journalism only got semi honest in this country during the fifties. After watergate, the game changed.

But reporters and editors are still not doing a good enough job. They have more corporate masters now than they ever had government censors then.

Take a look at a few papers this week, from anywhere in the country. Tell me how many articles you find on “fracking”. And what page they are buried on.

Long way to go journalism.

(via seriouslyamerica)

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