Space Medicine
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Sacrilege
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myrandomplaylist:

Yeah Yeah Yeahs | Sacrilege

ilosttrackofmymoralcode:

Comic: Adventure Time - Seeing Red (Kaboom)

 - Imagine All Star People
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neilcicierega:

You may say I’m a dreamer

but the media men beg to differ

Batman with his Robins….

theposterkittens:

smcarseas:

Damian

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Tim

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Jason

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Dick

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Steph

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itscarororo:

ittygittydiddynator:

anderjak:

toastradamus:

Roger Rabbits special effects still fucking hold up by todays standards AND looks better than most films that come out NOW it was that ahead of its time

I’m still amazed that Hoskins had that little to work with. Everything about this video is awesome.

This made my day.

this is fantastic

allmarios:

generalyung:

Someone on Twitter is trying to rename all the episodes of Breaking Bad with Shonen Jump anime-style titles, and the results so far are glorious.

a little annoyed that this is attributed to “someone on twitter” when it would have taken zero effort to just link the original tweet

allmarios:

generalyung:

Someone on Twitter is trying to rename all the episodes of Breaking Bad with Shonen Jump anime-style titles, and the results so far are glorious.

a little annoyed that this is attributed to “someone on twitter” when it would have taken zero effort to just link the original tweet

kayinnasaki:

hebbycakes:

you wake up in the middle of the night
and just see this

Twin Snake faces rest squarely in the uncanny valley.

kayinnasaki:

hebbycakes:

you wake up in the middle of the night

and just see this

Twin Snake faces rest squarely in the uncanny valley.

abobobo:

restinpeaches:

tamagotchi sonic is so cute omg

Sega Saturn de Hakken!! Tamagotchi Park (Sega Saturn). Ancient, 1998.

Thomas, who would go on to found 2K Marin with LeBreton, where he directed BioShock 2, remembers the sense of elation when a design fell into place. One night he was working on the area of the game for which he was responsible, Fort Frolic, where an insane artist, Sander Cohen, holds the player captive. “Chris Kline, lead programmer at the time, was there at 2am with me, and would give me a first read on new content. I was trying to show him Cohen’s big final entrance scene, and had been tinkering with it for several days, with the savvy assistance of JP LeBreton.

"That night, though, some minor bug fouled it up. Chris left to go home." Thomas remained at his desk and, after some time, solved the issue. "In the scene Cohen descends - applauding himself. There’s canned cheering and the music swells… but the only people there to observe his work are you, his prisoner, and the dead. Oblivious in my pride I stood to my feet, arms thrown up, and bellowed: ‘IT IS DONE!’ to a completely empty building. As Cohen sat there in his looping poses, admiring his masterpiece, I realised that, in a way, I had become him."

The always startling Simon Parkin writes about the true story behind Bioshock 1. Warty as hell and completely compelling. Also includes the whole of the original Bioshock pitch. (via kierongillen)

cubewatermelon:

School’s back in session, which means the return of Let’s Speak English!

This is number 25, and it’s the first longform story! I still get gleeful when I really think about this night. So many other little things happened that I couldn’t include, which might make it into strips later.

For instance, Shinoda, one of the guitarists, threw his pick into the crowd and I snatched it and was able to have him sign it. I also got a chance to talk to Wowaka briefly and have him sign a CD. Also 50 other things!!

If you like crazy indie rock, you can check out Hitorie’s videos on youtube. I believe they’re all available in America now!

And I’m sure I’ll see ya soon with plenty more goofy shenanigans in Japan!