Big Tall House

Emo Bear Rights

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hopelessly-vorthosian:

mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - Khans of Tarkir Art

Concept art for the Sultai Clan along with some card art from the Khans of Tarkir world-building panel at PAX Prime.

Sultai Warriors
• Concept - Illustrated by Tyler Jacobson
• Card Art - illustrated by Yohann Schepacz

Sultai Nagas
• Concept - Illustrated by Richard Whitters & Wayne Reynolds
• Card Art - illustrated by YW Tang

Sultai Zombies
• Concept - Illustrated by Wayne Reynolds
• Card Art - illustrated by Volkan Baga

Sultai Necromancers
• Concept - Illustrated by Wayne Reynolds
• Card Art - illustrated by Svetlin Velinov

Sultai Rakshasas
• Concept - Illustrated by Daarken
• Card Art - illustrated by Nils Hamm

Come join us my pretties, one way or another. We don’t have stairs in our mansions and temples, but ramps. It slithers up easier. We are not confined to societal ideas of how big steps should be. Walk slow or fast, with small or large steps. Everyone has a place among us. We will be waiting, pretties.

[jorah mormont voice] SIDISI! [/jorah]

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acersecomic:

An old SCAD assignment to combine a movie with a certain comic artist’s style. 

So Hellboy and Labyrinth crossover. Despite my intense love for both this is the only fanart I have made.

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naamahdarling:

theroyalstranger:

hypable:

If you’re among the many who have gone through life believing Hello Kitty is a cute fluffy cat, you’re wrong, according to the creators of the character.
Sanrio recently revealed that Hello Kitty is not a cat, but in fact a little girl.
Read the explanation at Hypable.com

childhood ruined by Sanrio.

It’s not pronounced “jiff.”

I liked the breakdown I read: She’s a cat the way that Mickey Mouse is a mouse, not the way that Jerry is a mouse. (Or s/Goofy/dog/Pluto/dog).

naamahdarling:

theroyalstranger:

hypable:

If you’re among the many who have gone through life believing Hello Kitty is a cute fluffy cat, you’re wrong, according to the creators of the character.

Sanrio recently revealed that Hello Kitty is not a cat, but in fact a little girl.

Read the explanation at Hypable.com

childhood ruined by Sanrio.

It’s not pronounced “jiff.”

I liked the breakdown I read: She’s a cat the way that Mickey Mouse is a mouse, not the way that Jerry is a mouse. (Or s/Goofy/dog/Pluto/dog).

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5. On Blowing up the School

The “lost” ending of Heathers is legendary. In it, the school gets blown to bits with a prom in heaven closing out the action.

Waters walked me through some other planned dark endings that were shot down before shooting.

"[In one], the kinds drink from a punchbowl containing the blue liquid that killed Heather Chandler."

However, his favorite ending shares some bits of the current one, with a darker twist. “Veronica comes up to Martha at the end and says ‘Hey, you want to rent some new releases and pop some popcorn?’ And then Martha turns around and stabs her with a knife, and says ‘Fuck you, Heather.’” That scene would have ended with Veronica laying on the ground, bleeding and saying “My name is not Heather. My name is not Heather,” as Martha stands up from her wheelchair like Dr. Strangelove, saying “I can walk!”

Waters added that since “everyone was just so happy with the quasi-happy ending that we have now,” he decided to keep quiet about the alternate take.

Daniel Waters, “10 Secrets About the History of Heathers

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I've seen this crop up in a few things, and now I'm curious

dorksidefiker:

Does anyone actually Trick or Treat in apartment buildings? Or is this a case of TV/Movie writers not thinking things through?

I grew up in and around cities (well, A city), and proper Trick or Treating ALWAYS happened out in the suburbs, where there were proper single family homes and shit….

When I was of trick-or-treating age, I did, but that was in the late ’70s and early ’80s. We’d mostly go around in a gaggle from floor to floor.

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Anonymous asked: V:TES is my favourite games ever, that I don't own. Are you still looking to anything with it, or has it seen the light of day?

theonyxpath:

I don’t believe we have the license for VTES.

As I understand it, the rights are in limbo, caught up between Hasbro/WotC and CCP. There were some negotiations in the last few years, but they fell through, as did plans for POD. The place to keep up with it is vekn.net.

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