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sigilgoat:

orange-plum:

draelogor:

lotrlockedwhovian:

viivus:

period thoughts

that would make the funniest fucking story ever. Due to a mix up at the factory, the template for incantations that was supposed to a publishing company of dark art books is sent to a feminine products factory. Girl then accidentally summons Satan with period blood. Satan gets confused because its “dead blood” and when he shows up he realizes the sacrifice was done incorrectly so he cannot take the girl’s soul but now is bound to do her bidding because oops his bad, he showed up anyway.

PLEASE






My hand slipped

it happenedits real

sigilgoat:

orange-plum:

draelogor:

lotrlockedwhovian:

viivus:

period thoughts

that would make the funniest fucking story ever. Due to a mix up at the factory, the template for incantations that was supposed to a publishing company of dark art books is sent to a feminine products factory. Girl then accidentally summons Satan with period blood. Satan gets confused because its “dead blood” and when he shows up he realizes the sacrifice was done incorrectly so he cannot take the girl’s soul but now is bound to do her bidding because oops his bad, he showed up anyway.

PLEASE

My hand slipped

it happened
its real

miyuli:

Finally, I can present you my little comic ‘Hearts for Sale’. These are the first 10 pages.
I’m very nervous about this since it’s my first self-published book. I hope you like the story.
Read Part 2/ Part 3

In a Bizarre 1976 Comic Book, Spider-Man Fought the Villain of Misleading Sex Education | Bitch Media

accidentalbeardo:

Some of the language used here desperately needs updating, but it’s mind-blowing to think of this sort of content, actively working against incorrect information about sex and pregnancy (even if the actual info is pretty vague), being put out in partnership with a mainstream comics company and targeted towards young people. 

There’s no way this could happen today, even though most teenagers are woefully under-educated about basic facts about reproduction and sexual health. It’s sad to think that many of the misconceptions mentioned here are still ones I hear. And of course there are many new ones (pregnancy through dry-humping, people six months pregnant who still show negative results on pregnancy tests, tiny holes in condoms that sperm magically pass through) as well. I’m happy to blame Yahoo Answers for many of these.

Sex ed is a fucking uphill battle.

This isn’t their problem, guys. It’s ours. We have to solve it.

Sexual harassment isn’t an occupational hazard. It’s not a glitch in the complex matrix of modern life. It’s not something that just “happens.” It’s something men do. It’s a choice men make. It’s a problem men enable. It’s sometimes a crime men commit. And it is not in the power nor the responsibility of women to wage war on this crime.

It’s on us.

How do we fight this war? We stop enabling. We check ourselves and, when necessary, wreck ourselves. Do you know a guy who’s hate-following women on Twitter just to troll them? You check him. Do you know a guy who’s writing disgusting screeds to women journalists because they don’t like the same things he likes? You check him. Do you know a professional whose discourse with women in his field is loaded with gender-specific language and condescension that could enable further abuse? You check him. Are your Twitter followers identifying you as a sympathetic ear for their sexist views? You check yourself. Is your website’s message board a cesspool of ignorance and hate? You check it like you actually give a damn. Do you know a guy who’s sending rape threats to women for any reason? Oh, you report that guy.

Let me make it plain:

A woman objecting to the content of a comic book — even if you think she’s dead wrong — does not rise to the occasion of vicious name calling and rape threats.

Nothing does.

Andy Khouri writes at Comics Alliance. Read the whole thing - the motif is Fake Geek Guys, noting that the superhero fans who act in such an abusive, unethical way are 100% against the genre they claim to love - but I pull this part out of context.  (via kierongillen)

alisonwilgus:

A collaboration with Paul Tuttle Starr — aka The Sockdolager — who wrote the script for me to draw.

We are both, absolutely, Category 5’s.

copperbadge:

(Original Source, as far as I can tell.)

lovesimplysly asked you:

Over in cheezburger land, in the superheroes section, there’s a picture of a comic book cover. The title? “Supergirl’s Girlfriend Lois Lane”, which shows Lois on her wedding day to Clark, wishing it was instead her wedding day to Supergirl. Is this real? Can it possibly be as awesome as it seems? Probably not, but any details you might have would be welcome!




I’m not terribly well-versed in DC, but a quick google seems to indicate it’s not a historical cover. The original post seems to be on DevArt, linked above.

This actually makes it more awesome than it seems, and I shall tell you why. 
Back in the day, DC produced a monthly comic called Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane. It was basically comedy about how women are emotionally manipulative children with poor ideas and bad impulse control, and how Superman enjoys toying with them. Many of the images from superdickery.com come from this comic. And if the cover were real, I promise you, what would be inside this book would not be queer-positive or woman-friendly.
So this is not just a fan creation — it’s a subversive, biting fan creation. The art is good, the concept is neat, and the message has an edge to it.  
Especially since, given it’s DC, if they released a book titled Supergirl’s Girlfriend Lois Lane today, it would also likely not be queer-positive or woman-friendly.

copperbadge:

(Original Source, as far as I can tell.)

I’m not terribly well-versed in DC, but a quick google seems to indicate it’s not a historical cover. The original post seems to be on DevArt, linked above.

This actually makes it more awesome than it seems, and I shall tell you why. 

Back in the day, DC produced a monthly comic called Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane. It was basically comedy about how women are emotionally manipulative children with poor ideas and bad impulse control, and how Superman enjoys toying with them. Many of the images from superdickery.com come from this comic. And if the cover were real, I promise you, what would be inside this book would not be queer-positive or woman-friendly.

So this is not just a fan creation — it’s a subversive, biting fan creation. The art is good, the concept is neat, and the message has an edge to it.  

Especially since, given it’s DC, if they released a book titled Supergirl’s Girlfriend Lois Lane today, it would also likely not be queer-positive or woman-friendly.