Black Witch

hockpock:

qualiachameleon:

rocketumbl:

Theo Jansen  Strandbeest

Side note: These don’t have motors. They’re completely momentum/wind-powered and literally just wander around beaches unsupervised like giant abstract monsters.

these are both amazing and COMPLETELY TERRIFYING

tom-sits-like-a-whore:

girlintoomanyfandoms:

Marvel Movies Masterpost
The AvengersIron ManIron Man 2Iron Man 3ThorThor: The Dark WorldCaptain America: The First AvengerHulkThe Incredible HulkFantastic FourFantastic Four: Rise of the Silver SurferX-MenX2X-Men: The Last StandX-Men Origins: WolverineX-Men: First ClassThe WolverineBladeBlade IIBlade: TrinitySpider-ManSpider-Man 2Spider-Man 3The Amazing Spider-ManDaredevilElektraThe PunisherPunisher: War ZoneMan-ThingGhost RiderGhost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
Live-Action Short Films
The ConsultantA Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor’s HammerItem 47Agent CarterAll Hail the King
If there are any others you want on the list, or any issues, please let me know.

Quick note: these are not all in order of release, which is important to get full context for movies like Avengers and Iron Man 3, which assume you’ve seen the movies preceding it and understand the significance of what’s happening currently with that in mind. It wouldnt be the end of the world to see them out of release order, but to get the full effect of the entire cinematic universe and how each character is connected, it’s definitely a good idea to look it up. Okay, I’m done. :)

tom-sits-like-a-whore:

girlintoomanyfandoms:

Marvel Movies Masterpost

The Avengers
Iron Man
Iron Man 2
Iron Man 3
Thor
Thor: The Dark World
Captain America: The First Avenger
Hulk
The Incredible Hulk
Fantastic Four
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
X-Men
X2
X-Men: The Last Stand
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
X-Men: First Class
The Wolverine
Blade
Blade II
Blade: Trinity
Spider-Man
Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 3
The Amazing Spider-Man
Daredevil
Elektra
The Punisher
Punisher: War Zone
Man-Thing
Ghost Rider
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance

Live-Action Short Films

The Consultant
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor’s Hammer
Item 47
Agent Carter
All Hail the King

If there are any others you want on the list, or any issues, please let me know.

Quick note: these are not all in order of release, which is important to get full context for movies like Avengers and Iron Man 3, which assume you’ve seen the movies preceding it and understand the significance of what’s happening currently with that in mind. It wouldnt be the end of the world to see them out of release order, but to get the full effect of the entire cinematic universe and how each character is connected, it’s definitely a good idea to look it up. Okay, I’m done. :)

mulattafury:

like some kinda shitty humanstuck yearbook

in case anyone wanted the full set

leniwykajman:

Makoto Kobayashi

soulbrotherv2:

Early African American Print Culture edited by Lara Langer Cohen and Jordan Alexander Stein
The eighteenth and nineteenth centuries saw both the consolidation of American print culture and the establishment of an African American literary tradition, yet the two are too rarely considered in tandem. In this landmark volume, a stellar group of established and emerging scholars ranges over periods, locations, and media to explore African Americans’ diverse contributions to early American print culture, both on the page and off.The book’s seventeen chapters consider domestic novels and gallows narratives, Francophone poetry and engravings of Liberia, transatlantic lyrics and San Francisco newspapers. Together, they consider how close attention to the archive can expand the study of African American literature well beyond matters of authorship to include issues of editing, illustration, circulation, and reading—and how this expansion can enrich and transform the study of print culture more generally. [book link]

soulbrotherv2:

Early African American Print Culture edited by Lara Langer Cohen and Jordan Alexander Stein

The eighteenth and nineteenth centuries saw both the consolidation of American print culture and the establishment of an African American literary tradition, yet the two are too rarely considered in tandem. In this landmark volume, a stellar group of established and emerging scholars ranges over periods, locations, and media to explore African Americans’ diverse contributions to early American print culture, both on the page and off.

The book’s seventeen chapters consider domestic novels and gallows narratives, Francophone poetry and engravings of Liberia, transatlantic lyrics and San Francisco newspapers. Together, they consider how close attention to the archive can expand the study of African American literature well beyond matters of authorship to include issues of editing, illustration, circulation, and reading—and how this expansion can enrich and transform the study of print culture more generally. [book link]

justbriann:

It literally says it might make you sweat. Just in a really fancy way. Lol

nimsayart:

Emofuri 10/10 would recommend