Sophie Turner photographed by Sylvain Homo for Vanidad Magazine, April 2014

Once upon a time, each of us was somebody’s kid.
Everyone had a father, even if he never provided anything more than his seed. Everyone had a mother, even if she had to leave us on a stranger’s doorstep.
No matter how we’re eventually raised, all of our stories begin the exact same way. They all end the same, too.

we’re family. we stick together no matter what scary, unstoppable powers you may have.

The past is just a story we tell ourselves.


Psylocke by Phil Noto. 11x17, gray marker tones. Cincy ComiCon commission.

Still in shock that I own this. Dream come true. I’ve followed Noto’s work since he first entered comics. His Betsy is one of my all-time favorites—as is this criminally underused costume.

Comic book artist appreciation post:
 » Adam Hughes

using nothing more than newton’s laws of gravitation, we astronomers can confidently predict that several billion years from now our home galaxy, the milky way, will merge with our neighbouring galaxy, andromeda. because the distances between the stars are so great compared to their sizes, few if any stars in either galaxy will actually collide.
any life on the worlds of that far off future should be safe, but they will be treated to an amazing billion-year-long lightshow.
a dance of a half a trillion stars, to music first heard on one little world, by a man who had but one true friend.


When they looked at me they saw a devil, and now I had to look the part." - Horns (October 2014) 


Pete Townshend, The Who, throwing his guitar waaaay in the air. Winterland, 1976 by Michael Zagaris.

they’re driving us into the ground, to see if anything walks away