that’s the scariest way to hold a phone ever
futurama is one of those shows that lures you in by being funny and then rips your fucking heart out
If you didn’t know the hand was her father, the squid thing her mother, her parents left her at an orphanage when she was a baby but in reality were looking out for her all her life
what makes it even sadder is the reason they left her in an orphanage. they didn’t want her to know she was a mutant. they wanted her to live a normal human life so they gave her up while they live in the sewers as mutants.
Chasing the Crows
Permission was granted by the original artist to use this image.
3 new prints by Sara Pichelli now available at Cadence Select.com!
Guardians of the Galaxy
Spider-man and Venom
THIS WAS SUCH A GREAT JOKE
How the dinosaurs really died.
Carnage #3 (2010)
art by Clayton Crain
- sad raccoon
JLA/Avengers #1 - "A Journey into Mystery" (2003)
pencil & ink by George Perez / color by Tom Smith
this is bullshit
SKETCHBOOK SPOTLIGHT: DECLAN SHALVEY’S NYCC 2014 COMMISSIONS
By Chris Sims
Around here, New York Comic-Con marks the end of convention season, capping off a long summer of announcements, reveals, and other assorted fun. As such, it’s also one of the last big places for fans to get amazing sketches and commission pieces from artists, who tend to cap off the season with some truly amazing art.
For Declan Shalvey, producing amazing art is pretty much just a standard operating procedure. Books like Moon Knight, Deadpool and Venom have shown fans how great he is at sequential art, but the sketches he produced at cons are every bit as next-level as his pages. Seriously: There’s a Batman he drew that is one of the best Batman sketches I’ve ever seen. Check out our favorites, gathered from Shalvey’s Twitter feed, and then visit his website to see more beautiful art and inquire about getting an original piece of your own.