Mountain of Judgement

On comics and geek culture
pizzathehutt24:

The Winning Personalities… Our dodgeball team. I’m center in neon yellow. Project-Cadmus is there too, on the right

That’s me, bottom right! We kicked butt last night.

pizzathehutt24:

The Winning Personalities… Our dodgeball team. I’m center in neon yellow. Project-Cadmus is there too, on the right

That’s me, bottom right! We kicked butt last night.

The Totoro plushy I bought for my classroom got into an accident (kids like throwing plushies at each other -_-) so I brought him home and patched him up today. Good as new! (almost

fshibs asked: You know that comic when Reginald says he rather not have an opinion, cause that way nobody can disagree with him? That comic made me realize I'm a lot more like Reginald than I'd expected. Are you more like Reginald or Beartato?

nedroidcomics:

I am actually most similar to a tertiary character from the alternate universe Beartato novels, Cool Danthony:

He just transferred here from a different school, but he’s very popular since on his first day he saved the team quarterback, Goku, from bullies. He’s very smart and good at sports and his eyes change color depending on his mood. 

(real answer: as much as I’d like to say Beartato, it’s Reginald. We all know it’s Reginald.)

I interrupt my regular scheduled geekery with a GPOY! Taken by my good buddy Travis aka pizzathehutt24 at Osheaga last summer, covered in this giant condom to shield myself from the on again off again rain.

I interrupt my regular scheduled geekery with a GPOY! Taken by my good buddy Travis aka pizzathehutt24 at Osheaga last summer, covered in this giant condom to shield myself from the on again off again rain.

I recently read Joe Sacco’s book Journalism, which collects various stories he’s published over the years. My favourite was the one about refugees leaving Africa for Europe and ending up in Malta, which doesn’t have the space or infrastructure to welcome them all. 
The above picture is from a story about poverty in India, specifically about those who used to be known as the untouchables.

I recently read Joe Sacco’s book Journalism, which collects various stories he’s published over the years. My favourite was the one about refugees leaving Africa for Europe and ending up in Malta, which doesn’t have the space or infrastructure to welcome them all.

The above picture is from a story about poverty in India, specifically about those who used to be known as the untouchables.

comicbookcovers:

Detective Comics #648, August 1992, cover by Matt Wagner

comicbookcovers:

Detective Comics #648, August 1992, cover by Matt Wagner