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the-spinner-rack:

Sub-Mariner #47 Cover by Gil Kane, Bill Everett & John Romita, 1972

the-spinner-rack:

Sub-Mariner #47 Cover by Gil Kane, Bill Everett & John Romita, 1972

moontangclan:

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i cant believe the new sonic redesign

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yesthisisminish:

Ruto - Hyrule Warriors

bigbigtruck:

I asked this a few years ago, but I’m curious again. So: what’s your household name for the above?
For me, it’s “potato/kitty potato”, or “all potatoed up”. Most English speakers I know say “cat loaf”.

bigbigtruck:

I asked this a few years ago, but I’m curious again. So: what’s your household name for the above?

For me, it’s “potato/kitty potato”, or “all potatoed up”. Most English speakers I know say “cat loaf”.

the-thought-emporium-imperial:

typical day with the x-men

Meanwhile there are Grim Reapers running around everywhere desperately trying to correct the paperwork of the Marvel Universe.

rosalarian:

thelingerieaddict:

Swimwear of the Week: Buttress & Snatch Mermaid Bikini

I gasped so hard I choked.

mmmagpie:

100th Anniversary Special - Avengers

Tony’s brain is alive inside Stark Tower. And he makes it/himself puke Iron Man heads. This seems normal.

mmmagpie:

100th Anniversary Special - Avengers

More Bill. All the Bill. 

sounds-simple-right:

barbeauxbot:

blandmarvelheadcanons:

marvelexpanded:

After the one month, it does go back to it’s usual $9.99, but a month is a long time to read a lot of comics before then. So, in honor of that, I’ll try to scrounge up a few things certain to be on there and well worth the read.

I don’t usually post from my other blogs to here. Nor do I tend to post non-headcanons, but for those of you interested, this is happening for the next week.

The Marvel archive is pretty amazing. I’ve been able to hunt down entire arcs of things that would be impossible to find in print or even digital. Though fair warning: it’s super finicky on the browser and works a lot better on mobile devices. So if you don’t like reading comics on your phone and don’t have access to a tablet, you might be frustrated with it.

Though for $0.99 at least you can try it out and see if it’s worth your time.

Man, I’ve been meaning to read those old West Coast Avenger comics…