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I am: Kathy; 29; a twin; a fangirl of many things; a cat lady.


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tinmantonystark:

Friendly reminder that Tony Stark had a dislike of cockroaches that turned into a fear after his childhood friend tortured him.
Friendly reminder that Tony Stark has probably called one of the Avengers because he couldn’t kill a cockroach.
Friendly.

tinmantonystark:

Friendly reminder that Tony Stark had a dislike of cockroaches that turned into a fear after his childhood friend tortured him.

Friendly reminder that Tony Stark has probably called one of the Avengers because he couldn’t kill a cockroach.

Friendly.

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Inhuman #02

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brianmichaelbendis:

A gallery of pin-ups from Doctor Strange Classics #1-4, a reprint series featuring re-colored versions of Lee and Ditko’s classic stories, published by Marvel, 1983-84

kaimaciel:

Young Loki by different artists:

  • Jamie McKelvie
  • Frank Cho
  • Lee Garbett
  • Olivier Coipel
  • Jenny Frison
  • Jim Cheung

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withgreatpowercomesgreatcomics:

Fallen Son - Death of Captain America #5
Written by Jeph Loeb
Pencils by John Cassaday

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marveloki:

Iron Man 2.0 v1 #2 variant by Marko Djurdjević

marveloki:

Iron Man 2.0 v1 #2 variant by Marko Djurdjević

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Captain America’s super butt

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olivier coipel

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gamoradorable:

“And you know if you ever need me for any—”
"You don’t even have to finish that sentence." 

Marvel Comics Meme | Seven Relationships (5/7) ➻ Carol Danvers & Steve Rogers

(via shieldsexual)

There’s a thing that creeps into this conversation … that if you complain about the depiction of women [in comics], it becomes, ‘Well, but ladies — the dudes are idealized too.’ And the thing is that the dudes are idealized for strength and the women are idealized for sexual availability. It’s very, very different. The women’s costumes are cut in such a way that I could give a cervical exam to 90% of our heroines. And I don’t have a degree! So if I can find it, that’s impressive.

Kelly Sue DeConnick (via comicquotations)

Just, you know, for clarity’s sake: I said “I don’t have a MEDICAL degree.”  I do have a degree.  But nothing at the University of Texas Department of Theatre and Dance prepared me for locating a cervix.  

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