Another zebra in the wall

kholendx78:

Superman: Unbound (2013)

thepredatorblog:

sdzoo:

Dragon’s-eye-view is pretty wobbly

doctor-lawyer: security monitor 

why-i-love-comics:

World’s Finest #29 - “The Books That Couldn’t Be Bound!” (1947)

written by Alvin Schwartzart by John Sikela & Stan Kaye

why-i-love-comics:

World’s Finest #29 - “The Books That Couldn’t Be Bound!” (1947)

written by Alvin Schwartz
art by John Sikela & Stan Kaye

why-i-love-comics:

World’s Finest #24 - “The Arrow Meets Bull’s-Eye!” (1946)

art by Steve Brodie

why-i-love-comics:

World’s Finest #24 - “The Arrow Meets Bull’s-Eye!” (1946)

art by Steve Brodie

kaible:

"He’s behind me making that fucking face again. I don’t even have to turn around to know it. God damn it. I hate that goddamned stupid face he makes. God fucking damnit."

kaible:

"He’s behind me making that fucking face again. I don’t even have to turn around to know it. God damn it. I hate that goddamned stupid face he makes. God fucking damnit."

gorogues:

Strangely, his sensational idea is about drinking tea while dancing. 

gorogues:

Strangely, his sensational idea is about drinking tea while dancing. 

ukiyaseed:

From Secret Origins. 
Dang it Barry… just dang it. 

ukiyaseed:

From Secret Origins. 

Dang it Barry… just dang it. 

octopusboat:


Amazing Spider-man #410

We need to discuss the fact that Harvey Dent somehow found his way into Marvel and is apparently beloved by villain worshipping losers as much as Kasady and Eddie

octopusboat:

Amazing Spider-man #410

We need to discuss the fact that Harvey Dent somehow found his way into Marvel and is apparently beloved by villain worshipping losers as much as Kasady and Eddie

And then [Vimes] realized why he was thinking like this.

It was because he wanted there to be conspirators.

It was much better to imagine men in some smoky room somewhere, made mad and cynical by privilege and power, plotting over the brandy.

You had to cling to this sort of image, because if you didn’t then you might have to face the fact that bad things happened because ordinary people, the kind who brushed the dog and told their children bedtime stories, were capable of then going out and doing horrible things to other ordinary people.

It was so much easier to blame it on Them.

It was bleakly depressing to think that They were Us. If it was Them, then nothing was anyone’s fault. If it was Us, what did that make Me? After all, I’m one of Us. I must be. I’ve certainly never thought of myself as one of Them. No-one ever thinks of themselves as one of Them.

We’re always one of Us. It’s Them that do the bad things.

Terry Pratchett, Jingo (via captainofalltheships)