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fantomex:

X-Men: Second Coming #2 

Art by Ibraim Roberson

True confession time!

minim-calibre:

I have to admit, few things make me happier than seeing other people with severe anxiety issues beating back that beast.

Every time I see it, I do a seriously dorky mental fistpump of “WOOT!” and start to feel slightly teary.

It’s a thing.

This is totally me. Complete with the dorky mental fistpump even!

(Source: thatsentimentalfeeling)

textsfromhillaryclinton:

A submission from Secretary Hillary Clinton.
Original image by Diana Walker for Time.

textsfromhillaryclinton:

A submission from Secretary Hillary Clinton.

Original image by Diana Walker for Time.

textsfromhillaryclinton:

Texting with Secretary Hillary Clinton.
(Proof of her submission.) (via: Stacy & Adam)

textsfromhillaryclinton:

Texting with Secretary Hillary Clinton.

(Proof of her submission.) (via: Stacy & Adam)

fajrdrako:

Black Panther and Daredevil by Simone Bianchi.

fajrdrako:

Black Panther and Daredevil by Simone Bianchi.

Peter: Well, this is comfortable.Clint: It is a little crowded.Peter: No, I was talking about Mommy and Daddy fighting.Clint: I hear that.Noh-Varr: What are you saying, Spider-Man?Peter: Don’t worry about it, Noh-Varr.Noh-Varr: I want to know.  You often use words whose meaning I comprehend, but when you use them, they make little to no sense in context of one another…Peter: Okay, but…Noh-Varr: And I know you are doing it in a humorous fashion, but—Peter: Um—Noh-Varr: My inability to understand the reference point in which you are using sarcasm to make an observation about the world around you is very frustrating to me.Peter: Well… that was funnier than what I said anyhow.

— From Avengers v4, #10 by Brian Michael Bendis, art by John Romita, Jr.

Noh-Varr and Peter is almost as much fun as Noh-Varr and Tony.

Peter: Well, this is comfortable.
Clint: It is a little crowded.
Peter: No, I was talking about Mommy and Daddy fighting.
Clint: I hear that.
Noh-Varr: What are you saying, Spider-Man?
Peter: Don’t worry about it, Noh-Varr.
Noh-Varr: I want to know. You often use words whose meaning I comprehend, but when you use them, they make little to no sense in context of one another…
Peter: Okay, but…
Noh-Varr: And I know you are doing it in a humorous fashion, but—
Peter: Um—
Noh-Varr: My inability to understand the reference point in which you are using sarcasm to make an observation about the world around you is very frustrating to me.
Peter: Well… that was funnier than what I said anyhow.

— From Avengers v4, #10 by Brian Michael Bendis, art by John Romita, Jr.

Noh-Varr and Peter is almost as much fun as Noh-Varr and Tony.

(Source: peterquill)

bluestalkingstitches:

thestoutorialist:

the-event-horizon:

dudesmacdougal:

Fastball Specials

I love the last one.

“Piotr Rasputin—Colossus. Organic Steel. Fastball tops out at 220 mph.”

“Logan—Wolverine. Adamantium Skeleton. Claws. Currently travelling at 220 mph”

Now and forever love the fastball special

the words ‘fastball special’ get exponentially stupider with every frame


List of favorite comic book characters → Matt Murdock aka Daredevil

List of favorite comic book characters → Matt Murdock aka Daredevil

(Source: katikley)

(Source: ohyeahbestmoviesever)

Noh-Varr: You don’t have to do recon.  The timestream flux that opened on us has closed.Peter: You can stick to the wall too?Noh-Varr: Yes.  I have the spliced DNA of a Kree insectoid.Peter: That’s it.  There’s entirely too many spider-people on this team.  I should have gone with Cage.Noh-Varr: Have I offended you?Jessica: He’s upset about his future as one of Apocalypse’s Horsemen.Noh-Varr: It’s nice to know you’ll have employment.Peter: Wait, was that a joke?Noh-Varr: It was an attempt.Peter: That wasn’t bad, actually.Off-screen: Alien boy, you’re needed!!

— From Avengers v4, #3 by Brian Michael Bendis, art by John Romita Jr.

Noh-Varr: You don’t have to do recon. The timestream flux that opened on us has closed.
Peter: You can stick to the wall too?
Noh-Varr: Yes. I have the spliced DNA of a Kree insectoid.
Peter: That’s it. There’s entirely too many spider-people on this team. I should have gone with Cage.
Noh-Varr: Have I offended you?
Jessica: He’s upset about his future as one of Apocalypse’s Horsemen.
Noh-Varr: It’s nice to know you’ll have employment.
Peter: Wait, was that a joke?
Noh-Varr: It was an attempt.
Peter: That wasn’t bad, actually.
Off-screen: Alien boy, you’re needed!!

— From Avengers v4, #3 by Brian Michael Bendis, art by John Romita Jr.


Captain America: Steve and Bucky

Captain America: Steve and Bucky

(Source: cloudiness)

  • Q: What was working with Avengers team like?
  • Joss Whedon: Like herding adorable kittens.

Jen: Think I’ve made a breakthrough, Doc.Samson:  Great Jen. And that would be?Jen I suck. A lot.Samson:  Jen…Jen: No, really. Think about it. 

Jen: Think I’ve made a breakthrough, Doc.
Samson:  Great Jen. And that would be?
Jen I suck. A lot.
Samson:  Jen…
Jen: No, really. Think about it. 

devildoll:

cacchieressa:

Cranky Bucky is one of my favorite Bucky flavors. I also especially like when he has to deal with Kate and Eli. That should happen more often.

Bucky Barnes. The Kanye of the Marvel U.


Eli: Don’t sweat it Bucky! We got your back!Bucky: Eli?  What are you two doing here?!Kate: Saving you, obviously.Bucky: I was doing fine on my own.  Now I have to look out for two kids… so, thanks.Kate: Uh… you’re welcome?

I kind of love Bucky being cranky at the Young Avengers, because, you know, he was never the over-eager kid hero, of course not.

devildoll:

cacchieressa:

Cranky Bucky is one of my favorite Bucky flavors. I also especially like when he has to deal with Kate and Eli. That should happen more often.

Bucky Barnes. The Kanye of the Marvel U.

Eli: Don’t sweat it Bucky! We got your back!
Bucky: Eli? What are you two doing here?!
Kate: Saving you, obviously.
Bucky: I was doing fine on my own. Now I have to look out for two kids… so, thanks.
Kate: Uh… you’re welcome?

I kind of love Bucky being cranky at the Young Avengers, because, you know, he was never the over-eager kid hero, of course not.

(Source: veranke)

Bucky: Think you’re the first giant girl with a hammer and no face that’s tried to kill me?  Same crap.  Different day, Sin.

— From Fear Itself #3 by Matt Fraction, art by Stuart Immonen

Oh, Bucky.

Bucky: Think you’re the first giant girl with a hammer and no face that’s tried to kill me? Same crap. Different day, Sin.

— From Fear Itself #3 by Matt Fraction, art by Stuart Immonen

Oh, Bucky.

I feel for this doctor:Barrington, Rhode Island Hospital.  Now.Nurse: Doctor, her heart rate is slipping.Doctor: It probably has something to do with the fact that she’s got a hole in her stomach as big as all my—Nurse: Her heart rate is—Doctor: After twenty-two years in the field I’m going to be known as the guy who lost an Avenger on the operating table.

— From New Avengers v2, #12 by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Howard Chaykin and Mike Deodato

Don’t worry Doctor Unnamed, Mockingbird’s not going to die on your watch.  She’s just going to turn into a maybe-semi-immortal maybe-super soldier hybrid.

I feel for this doctor:

Barrington, Rhode Island Hospital. Now.

Nurse: Doctor, her heart rate is slipping.
Doctor: It probably has something to do with the fact that she’s got a hole in her stomach as big as all my—
Nurse: Her heart rate is—
Doctor: After twenty-two years in the field I’m going to be known as the guy who lost an Avenger on the operating table.

— From New Avengers v2, #12 by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Howard Chaykin and Mike Deodato

Don’t worry Doctor Unnamed, Mockingbird’s not going to die on your watch. She’s just going to turn into a maybe-semi-immortal maybe-super soldier hybrid.

Bobbi: Hey guys. What’s going on?
Luke: Bobbi? What are you doing here?
Bobbi: I live here.
Danny: But you were severely wounded. You should still be in the hospital.
Bobbi: All better.
Luke: They discharged you?
Bobbi: I left. I was sick of waiting around.
Luke: Oh, you really shouldn’t—
Jessica Jones: You’re feeling better?
Bobbi: I feel amazing.
Jessica: You look amazing.
Bobbi: Thanks, girl.

— From New Avengers v2, #14 by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Mike Deodato

Kate: Damn.  Quiver’s busted.  Fantastic.Cassie: I’ve got this.Kate: Best. Friend. Ever.

— From Homecoming by Jim McCann and Chris Samnee in I Am An Avenger #1

Kate: Damn. Quiver’s busted. Fantastic.
Cassie: I’ve got this.
Kate: Best. Friend. Ever.

— From Homecoming by Jim McCann and Chris Samnee in I Am An Avenger #1

Tommy: Ohmigod!  You guys’ll neverbelieve it! There’s a pool and I think an ocean but it may just be an aquarium but bigger. And enough room for us to have our own bedrooms if we ever wanted to stay over!  And the buffet rocks!  Oh!  And rememember where we used to hang out in the basement when this place was in ruins?  It’s a game room!  It’s got 360, WII, and I think it has a PS4!  How did anyone get a PS4?!!  Thasn’t even been announced yet!Clint: He ever slow down?Kate: Unfortunately, nope.Clint: He’ll fit right in.  Welcome to the Avengers.

— From Homecoming by Jim McCann and Chris Samnee in I Am An Avengers #1

I tried typing Speed’s dialogue without spaces like it is in the comic and I couldn’t even read it as I was typing it.

Tommy: Ohmigod! You guys’ll neverbelieve it! There’s a pool and I think an ocean but it may just be an aquarium but bigger. And enough room for us to have our own bedrooms if we ever wanted to stay over! And the buffet rocks! Oh! And rememember where we used to hang out in the basement when this place was in ruins? It’s a game room! It’s got 360, WII, and I think it has a PS4! How did anyone get a PS4?!! Thasn’t even been announced yet!
Clint: He ever slow down?
Kate: Unfortunately, nope.
Clint: He’ll fit right in. Welcome to the Avengers.

— From Homecoming by Jim McCann and Chris Samnee in I Am An Avengers #1

I tried typing Speed’s dialogue without spaces like it is in the comic and I couldn’t even read it as I was typing it.

Maria: Sir, we…you’re masterminding a global response to a cataclysm of unknown size and escalating intensity. We—
Sharon: Steve, this is the job now. This is what you wanted. And what you wanted means you’re on this side of the battlefield sometimes.
Steve: 35,000 feet above the action isn’t where I should be. I’m not brass… I’m a soldier. Hill, you’ve got the helm.
Sharon: Steve…?
Steve: Our capital, Sharon. Going out for some air. Might be a while…

— From Fear Itself #3 by Matt Fraction, art by Stuart Immonen