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"Fans who did know what an unfair system we Disney comics people work in have often said to me “you’ve made a name for yourself now! Why not stop this thankless work and produce comics of some character that you create yourself?” And publishers have often told me they would publish anything I decided to create for them. But my reply has always been “Any character I might create next week… I would not have grown up with that character. I wouldn’t care about him. My thrill is in creating stories about characters I’ve loved all my life.” I’m a fan."

- Don Rosa, speaking on his decision to retire from Disney comics after 20 years of work, and why he wouldn’t be creating original comics. Sexagenarian former engineers don’t seem like the type to really get what fandom is about, but Don Rosa really really gets what fandom is about.  (via lambergeier)
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For the first time ever, my dash did a thing.

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heysawbones:

alliartist:

music-holic:

And the Waltz Goes On - Anthony Hopkins 

Sir Anthony Hopkins Hears The Waltz He Wrote 50 Years Ago For The First Time

Academy Award-winning actor Sir Anthony Hopkins was a musician before he got into acting. 50 years ago he wrote a waltz but was too afraid to ever hear it play. Dutch violinist André Rieu performs it for the very first time. Watch Hopkins’ reaction.

That was beautiful

I cried a few tears and felt better about humanity’s endeavors.

I needed this today. Never hide your talents out of embarrassment or fear. Their beauty will help them come alive.

(via misseccentrical)

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spankzilla85:

godzillamovie:

Godzilla - Extended Look

Here’s an extended look at ‪#‎GODZILLA‬ – in theaters May 16th.

‪#‎DemandToKnow‬

I said it before.
I’ll say it again.

SWEET CHRISTMAS.

YES!!!

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squidfriends:

casualtiesandtragedies:

Frankenstein’s Bride by Bruce Timm

BRUCE TIMM. That man’s work is simply dreamy.

squidfriends:

casualtiesandtragedies:

Frankenstein’s Bride by Bruce Timm

BRUCE TIMM. That man’s work is simply dreamy.

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stardusted:

Aussie Builders surprise public with loud empowering statements in new Snickers Australia Ad.

This advertisement is the ultimate “wolf in sheep’s clothing” of promotional material and is the biggest example of “missing the point” I have ever seen. The whole ad suggests subtly throughout and then OUTRIGHT STATES AT THE END that because these men are hungry they are acting weird and stupid by treating women with respect, and they need a Snickers to get back to normal. Well congrats Snickers, you were able to lose a customer over an ad that on the outset seemed like a breath of fresh air, but turned out to be more of the same stale schtick.

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After much anticipation, it has finally arrived. The fan-made motion comic of the adventures of Donald Duck’s alter-ego the Duck Avenger in which I contributed my voice work is finally released. Enjoy!

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ravagefandoms:

this is beautiful and you should watch it

This needs WAY more than 4 notes! Make it so!

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Dematerialize by Gregory Peer
This little guy represents so much about who I am and who I was over the past five years. But like many aspects of life his importance phases in an out of reality like a certain time traveling phone booth. Done for the Art Assignment.

Dematerialize by Gregory Peer

This little guy represents so much about who I am and who I was over the past five years. But like many aspects of life his importance phases in an out of reality like a certain time traveling phone booth. Done for the Art Assignment.

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songofages:

kirstin-nicole-speirs:

The difference between ten and eleven

Ten just suffered from massive second hand embarrassment.

most times Eleven was the embarrassment

This is why I was able to enjoy them both equally. They are two sides of the same coin.

(via meggileathe)

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You Are Welcome John Green.