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recklesslycareless:

Wally West’s arguments with Batman.

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oh-haroo:

Follow me for more vertical nature!

oh-haroo:

Follow me for more vertical nature!

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muspeccoll:

Alciati, Andrea, 1492-1550.  Liuret des emblemes de maistre Andre Alciat, mis en rime francoyse, & presente a mon seigneur ladmiral de France. [Paris] : On les vend a Paris en la maison de Chrestien Wechel …, M. D. XXXVI. [1536].

This book consists of woodcut emblems, with a Latin poem concerning each woodcut, and a French version on each opposite page.  The beautiful binding in brown morocco is attributed to Leon Gruel, a famous bookbinder of the late 19th-early 20th century, or at least a follower of his.  Here’s a binding at the British Library that’s signed by Gruel and is remarkably similar!

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ik-zie-u-graag:

I WAITED THE WHOLE YEAR TO POST THIS!!!!

ik-zie-u-graag:

I WAITED THE WHOLE YEAR TO POST THIS!!!!

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coffeeandcastiel:

austriea:

man you know what I want? a superhero series where they have powers that 100% contradict their personalities. a fishermans daughter who lives by the sea, swims every day, learns that she can control fire. a boy who’s mortified of heights but realizes he can use antigravity and hates it. someone who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers extreme fear around animals, can now communicate with them. they’re all disgusted by their powers.

write a book

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cracked:

All evidence seems to point to the design of [Heath] Ledger’s clown mask being modeled directly on a scene from “The Joker Is Wild,” an episode of the [1960s] Batman TV series that also marked the first appearance of the Joker on the show. In the episode, Adam West’s Batman tracks Romero’s clown prince of crime to the Gotham opera company, where he’s secretly performing an aria from Pagliacci, because back then that was as close as the Joker could get to being an actual killer clown (look it up). As you can see, the similarities between Romero’s Pagliacci costume and Ledger’s mask are undeniable.
6 Mind-Blowing Easter Eggs Hidden in Famous Movie Costumes

cracked:

All evidence seems to point to the design of [Heath] Ledger’s clown mask being modeled directly on a scene from “The Joker Is Wild,” an episode of the [1960s] Batman TV series that also marked the first appearance of the Joker on the show. In the episode, Adam West’s Batman tracks Romero’s clown prince of crime to the Gotham opera company, where he’s secretly performing an aria from Pagliacci, because back then that was as close as the Joker could get to being an actual killer clown (look it up). As you can see, the similarities between Romero’s Pagliacci costume and Ledger’s mask are undeniable.

6 Mind-Blowing Easter Eggs Hidden in Famous Movie Costumes

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towritecomicsonherarms:

 by Declan Shalvey

towritecomicsonherarms:

 by Declan Shalvey

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