The Lost boy

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I'm the kid from Neverland that had to grow up at 13. I'm still trying to figure out how to get myself un-lost.

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ladyhistory:

More this-is-getting-out-of-hand Captioned Adventures of George Washington

PART I | PART II | PART III | PART IV | PART V

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ladylionhearted:

WHAT A COOL MYSTIQUE THOUGH!!!

#This is a hardcore copsplay because it would imply Mystique killed you and took your con pass

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schifnimrod:

 

Covers by Dave Gibbons for the French edition of Watchmen…

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daily-superheroes:

fathers day surprise… dark knight style!!!

http://daily-superheroes.tumblr.com/

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katsdisturbed:

 the marvel cast keeping it professional

Robert in the last one is killing me.

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quietexhibitionist:

THEY TOLD ME I COULD BE ANYTHING

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deviantart:

Naolito never fails to see jest hidden within daily life! 

Art feature

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kaciart:

galvanizes:

Peter Freaking Parker

I loved this part so much

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herochan:

Kids, Capes and Cures

Kids, Capes and Cures is a nonprofit facet of Collier’s Photography dedicated to turning kids that are battling cancer, into superheros. 

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joequinones:

Just saw this pop up online — It’s a Teen Titans variant cover I drew for DC comics in celebration of Batman’s 75th anniversary. You can see more DC covers celebrating the Bat here.

This piece is actually a bit of a send-up to a previous DC cover I drew seven years ago. That cover was for the now defunct Teen Titans GO comic series, based on the Glen Murakami tv show ‘Teen Titans’ (now back on the air as Teen Titans GO). It was my first professional comics work ever for DC (or anyone else, for that matter) and I am still eternally grateful to DC comics and Mark Chiarello for giving me that first shot. It officially began my comics career, and I find myself both happy and proud to still be a part of this community I love so dear. 

With Batman celebrating 75 years in comics, I find myself celebrating 7. Cheers.

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