Hannibal 2.1: Kaiseki by Sam H.

(Source: vorobey008)

snapchatting:

life is easy, son. it’s just like riding a bike that’s on fire and you’re on fire and everything is on fire and you’re in hell

kirallisons:

"possibility number one: 12 years a slave wins best picture
possibility number two: you’re all racists”

…idk why you’re laughing that’s just about the truest thing anyone’s said all night

graphiteknight:


I saw the second Hobbit movie a while ago (shortly after it came out), but only recently got around to doodling a comic of one of the scenes.

graphiteknight:

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I saw the second Hobbit movie a while ago (shortly after it came out), but only recently got around to doodling a comic of one of the scenes.

I am committed to writing appropriate books for the middle grades. This means no bad language, no gratuitous or explicit violence, and no sexual content beyond what you might find in a PG-rated movie – expressions of who likes whom, holding hands, and perhaps the occasional kiss. The idea that we should treat sexual orientation itself as an adults-only topic, however, is absurd. Non-heterosexual children exist. To pretend they do not, to fail to recognize that they have needs for support and validation like any child, would be bad teaching, bad writing, and bad citizenship.

lesliehowards:

Johnny Guitar (1954)

What horrifies me most is the idea of being useless: well-educated, brilliantly promising, and fading out into an indifferent middle age.
A boy may be as disagreeable as he pleases, but when a girl refuses to crap sunshine on command, the world mutters darkly about her moods.

(Source: shrooming)