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but why do we have to get married and have children

why can’t we just get a group of friends and live happily ever after in an apartment and share the profits

i’d be much happier that way


Here’s a picture of a sloth holding a stuffed animal!


puberty is so fucked up girls shed their inner organs and boys get to have orgasms in their sleep



Reminder that Bruce once kept a whole world from getting destroyed because Dick was in it.

(Infinite Crisis)

Earth-Two Superman/Kal-L has this entire spiel about why HIS Earth is better, about how the main Earth is corrupt and terrible and awful. But Batman asks if that idea applies to Dick Grayson, too (IIRC, this was the scene Geoff Johns referred to when he said “Batman admitting that Grayson is the person most important to him”).

Despite the fact the he desperately wants to bring back his own pre-Crisis Earth (and save Lois while he’s at is), this Kal-L/Superman has to concede that Dick Grayson is just as wonderful on this “corrupted” Earth as he is on the “perfect” (Golden Age) Earth-Two.

And to Bruce, that’s enough.  As terrible as post-Crisis Earth may be, it is worth saving because of Dick Grayson.

Because Dick Grayson is Batman’s moral compass.


coach steven changed me fundamentally as a person


ok someone needs to tell marvel to stop spending money on air time for promoting their movies. just use the internet. and by that i mean there needs to be an official marvel vine account where there are 6 second in-character videos. can we please


How best friends fall down

Vine by David Lopez


Capital Campaign Art Dump + Carlos

Yes, Earl Harlan is blind. Yes, Carlos has a prosthetic arm. God, It’s 2am. I drew Earl’s hand at 2am, it looks so bad. 

Warning: wtnv spoilers, bright colors, long post

I’d rather you not reblog my art than remove my comments, thank you.

Steven Universe Alternate Universe


Based off of these drawings and this prompt.

What can I say? I’m a sucker for role-reversal AUs. 


"Garney, you have your own bed you know."

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