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So Nice ::  I had to set her up twice

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Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

Top images taken from cutscenes.

Album of cutscene images.

Album of in-game GIFs + Hi Res Screenshots

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antipahtico:

Frank Frazetta

antipahtico:

Frank Frazetta

cherryzombiegirl:

31 Days of Hellboy: Christian Ward

cherryzombiegirl:

31 Days of Hellboy: Christian Ward

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alexhchung:

Batman by Eduardo Risso

alexhchung:

Batman by Eduardo Risso

pr1nceshawn:

In Darkest Knight by Chris Skinner.

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alexhchung:

Batman & Catwoman by Eduardo Risso

alexhchung:

Batman & Catwoman by Eduardo Risso

hxcfairy:


There must always be a Thor.

Thor #1 (2014)

hxcfairy:

There must always be a Thor.

Thor #1 (2014)

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8bitmonkey:

Erik Horrmone || Deviant Art || Instagram || Twitter || Follow

DC’s FINEST: MADLY IN LOVE OH HEY! it’s HARLEY QUINN, the slightly insane bombshell from THE UNIVERSE OF DC COMICS. i remember seeing her in the BATMAN ANIMATED TV SERIES as a kid and i’ve loved her since. this is the first in a series of drawing i’ve called DC’s FINEST, which focus on the lovely female characters from dc comics. i’ve allways had a hard on for DC COMICS (i prefer them over MARVEL, sorry MARVEL (not really)) so i guess this is my tribute to them. ENJOY! there’s more to come soon-ish!

8bitmonkey:

Erik Horrmone || Deviant Art || Instagram || Twitter || Follow

DC’s FINEST: MADLY IN LOVE

OH HEY! it’s HARLEY QUINN, the slightly insane bombshell from THE UNIVERSE OF DC COMICS. i remember seeing her in the BATMAN ANIMATED TV SERIES as a kid and i’ve loved her since.

this is the first in a series of drawing i’ve called DC’s FINEST, which focus on the lovely female characters from dc comics. i’ve allways had a hard on for DC COMICS (i prefer them over MARVEL, sorry MARVEL (not really)) so i guess this is my tribute to them. ENJOY! there’s more to come soon-ish!

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harlequinnade:

30 Days, 30 Monsters day one
↳ King Kong

King Kong has been portrayed across the spectrum of characterizations—from savage monster to tragic, misunderstood hero. I tend to find sympathy for him regardless of the writer’s intent. Unless you lend credence to the little-seen sequel Son of Kong or, you know, Queen Kong, poor Kong is pretty much on his own. Sure, he’s got dinosaurs to deal with and, when Toho got their hands on him, giant cephalodpods, but it must be pretty lonely as the sole megafauna mammal on Skull Island. And, honestly, why is he? HOW is he? Godzilla at least has the semi-feasible fallback on the atomic radiation origin—Kong is a fascinating anomaly that audiences have been emphatically willing to eat up since 1933.

Kong has also always been a pretty loud metaphor for how shit awful white folks are—textually and meta-textually. I mean, have you seen the portrayal of the Skull Island natives? That is some meta-textual bullshit rivaling even the textual third act treatment of King Kong. Invariably the intrepid heroes put the poor beast in chains in exchange for riches and stardom—leading one to wonder who could ever really label Kong the antagonist of his story.

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supersonicart:

Apeseven’s “Deifik.”

Opening this Thursday, October 2nd at Just Another Project Space in Sydney, Australia is Apeseven’s brand new solo show “Deifik.”  The show will present a body of work based around the themes of skeletal design and their organic beauty both supporting life and also supporting future life once they become part of the landscape themselves.

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pr1nceshawn:

Once you go Frog… See more at www.mixedviews.ca

pr1nceshawn:

Once you go Frog… See more at www.mixedviews.ca

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comicbookwomen:

Mike Perkins
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comicbookwomen:

Mike Perkins

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