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deviantart:

Water… Earth… Fire… Air. 

The Avatars by qinni

qinni:

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Done in SAI

 | Please don’t remove my credits, thanks.

(via artbymoga)

Source: qinni
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"It doesn’t make a lot of sense for two huge superhero films to open on the same date but there is a lot of time between now and 5/6/16…. However at this time, we are not considering a change of date for ‘Batman vs. Superman.’"

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—Dan Fellman, President of Domestic Distribution for Warner Bros

Well there you have it: after the first shots fired over in camp MarvelDC/Warner Bros is apparently stepping into the ring for what’s shaping up to be, corniness aside, the clash of titans.

Batman vs. Superman" or "Captain America 3”?

I say both. Opening day. In IMAX. 3D. Bring a change of clothes, mates, y’know just in case you tinkle yourself out of sheer excitement.

Source: Superhero Hype

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While I can’t say he’s my absolute favorite, after ”Captain America: The Winter Soldier" Cap is definitely number two (sorry, Starkyour wit brings many laughs but Cap’s got that shield…). He just about Hulk smashed his way into the top ten like a assassin boy scout on ‘roids.

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"Bali, Indonesia" by Portscape.

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thefrogman:

Fanboy Coulson by Julie Dillon [website]

Marvel’s biggest fanboy.

thefrogman:

Fanboy Coulson by Julie Dillon [website]

Marvel’s biggest fanboy.

Source: lasercamel
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Nothing says Spring quite like sakura petals gently drifting into your hair while you enjoy sake under the bluest of skies.

Credit (from top to bottom): Masato Mukoyama, Noisy Paradise, poojartiwari, Danny Dungo, Nobuhiro Suhara

Source: Bored Panda

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lisasterle:

Sailor Moon shirts

So I saw a Wonder Woman shirt the other day that said “Girls Will Save the World” and I thought it was a really awesome and empowering feminist phrase, so I decided to do a Sailor Moon version. <3

I was surprised how fun it was to draw the Crisis brooch because I usually hate doing vector stuff. I wanna make mooooore now.

Source: lisasterle
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coonymoony:

Paper folding: fez

A few days ago I found a paper folding book at a local flea market. Imagine my surprise when I turned to page 10 and it had instructions for a fez. Obviously I had to buy it and make an edit.  Book by Rudolf Arnold Verlag 1972

click here for a version with the German instructions

coonymoony:

Paper folding: fez

A few days ago I found a paper folding book at a local flea market. Imagine my surprise when I turned to page 10 and it had instructions for a fez. Obviously I had to buy it and make an edit.
Book by Rudolf Arnold Verlag 1972
click here for a version with the German instructions

(via doctorwho)

Source: coonymoony
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There’s a woman hidden in this picture of a moth.

This just about scared the bejeebers out of me.