I am a nerd. I love Batman.
Join me or die. Can you do any less?

wildlingprince:

Kill Bill + silhouettes

dimisfit:

Finally started my new sketchbook. I got a free small spray paint from a friend’s movie event, so I watched some Kill Bill and drew some fanart. 

It’s kind of embarrassing how much I love this film honestly, but I do. I do love cheesy, epic fight scenes

noflyonthewall:

Gotta love CollegeHumour

noflyonthewall:

Gotta love CollegeHumour


Detective Comics #31 (2014)
Detective Comics #31 (2014)

(Source: imraardeen)

mylittlebehemoth:

Isabel Samaras ‘Song of Birth: The Three Magi’ 2007

mylittlebehemoth:

Isabel Samaras ‘Song of Birth: The Three Magi’ 2007

disciplesofmalcolm:

Asian American Political Alliance showing support for the Black Panthers, Alameda County Courthouse Oakland, CA

Taken from “Black Panthers: 1968” by Howard L. Bingham

comicsalliance:

ROBERTO AGUIRRE-SACASA TALKS ‘AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE’ AND ‘SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH’ [VIDEO]

By Chris Sims

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is the chief creative officer of Archie Comics and the writer on both the critically acclaimed oddball horror comic Afterlife With Archie and the forthcoming Sabrina the Teenage Witch series — and he’s helping oversee a huge creative renaissance at Archie.

Chris Sims caught up with Aguirre-Sacasa at San Diego Comic-Con to talk about the Dark Circle relaunch and the Shield redesign, the 1960s setting of his Sabrina horror comic, the chances of a Josie and the Pussycats appearance in Afterlife With Archie, and whether there’s such a thing as “too far” in an Archie zombie horror comic! Plus… any chance of an appearance by Jingles the Christmas Elf in the forthcoming Afterlife With Archie Christmas Special? (Yes, that’s a real thing.)

stfumadison:

"All True Romances" #9

stfumadison:

"All True Romances" #9