Look. We know you’re here for the comics but we’re having a morning and, honestly, the yeti helps. Via

Look. We know you’re here for the comics but we’re having a morning and, honestly, the yeti helps. Via

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Operation Crossroads: Atomic hijinks to get you through to the end of your work day.

Operation Crossroads: Atomic hijinks to get you through to the end of your work day.

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21 hours ago
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1 day ago
No Context Photo Reference Theatre

No Context Photo Reference Theatre

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3 days ago
Taking a mental health break with MC FK

Taking a mental health break with MC FK

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4 days ago

"Oh really, he was a genius, Helen’s a genius and Dennis is a genius. You know a lot of geniuses, y’know. You should meet some stupid people once in a while, y’know, you could learn something."

-Isaac Davis
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5 days ago

"Everybody is so talented nowadays that the only people I care to honor as deserving real distinction are those who remain in obscurity."

-Thomas Hardy
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5 days ago

No Context Theatre

"Why don’t you just google ‘Villain Sex Name’?"

"Because I don’t want to."

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6 days ago
Knock Knock 5 Days a Week. A useful thing to have on the desk if you’re of the Uncalendar persuasion.
As a mousepad? sure… but then you’re probably the kind of person that doesn’t mind licking wooden popsicle sticks either.

Knock Knock 5 Days a Week. A useful thing to have on the desk if you’re of the Uncalendar persuasion.

As a mousepad? sure… but then you’re probably the kind of person that doesn’t mind licking wooden popsicle sticks either.

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1 week ago
Via.

Via.

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1 week ago

"I don’t believe that paperbacks will ever destroy hardbound publishing… The paperback has actually benefited publishing in more ways than one. Selling reprint and other subsidiary rights is now what keeps a lot of hardbound publishers from going bankrupt, because without a paperback sale, a book doesn’t make expenses most of the time. Also, paperbacks encourage the reading habit; people start with them, and a small percentage will graduate to hardbound books. So new readers are created and books are provided for people who can’t afford the hardbound ones—and that’s the greatest advantage of all… I think the hardbound publisher’s got to be in on this some way or another, and the one who hasn’t buttressed himself with an interest in a paperback house has been very short-sighted."

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Bennett Cerf, on the emergence of paperback books in the 1930s.

For laffs, substitute “ebook” for “paperback” and “print” for “hardbound”.

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1 week ago

Need a holiday present? 104 PAGES OF PEG! This December.

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Image: Ramon Perez

CAPTAIN AMERICA: PEGGY CARTER, AGENT OF S.H.I.E.L.D.

KATHRYN IMMONEN, ED BRUBAKER, STAN LEE

& STEVE ENGLEHART (W)

RAMON PEREZ, STEVE MCNIVEN, JACK KIRBY,

JOHN ROMITA SR. & FRANK ROBBINS (A)

• Marvel’s Agent Carter makes the leap from the movies to the small screen this winter — and Marvel has you covered with this essential look at Peggy’s espionage career!

• In the dark days of World War II, Peggy Carter — aka Agent 13 — works with the French Resistance to liberate Nazi-occupied Paris. When she meets Captain America, will their mutual missions blossom into romance?

• And in the modern day, Peggy Carter, now an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., faces down the Red Skull!

• Collecting CAPTAIN AMERICA AND THE FIRST THIRTEEN, CAPTAIN AMERICA (1968) #184-186, and material from CAPTAIN AMERICA (2011) #1-2 and TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) #77.

104 PGS./Rated T+ …$7.99

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1 week ago
why-i-love-comics:

AVX: Vs. #6 - “Science Battle!” (2012)

written by Kathryn Immonenart by Stuart Immonen


Good times.

why-i-love-comics:

AVX: Vs. #6 - “Science Battle!” (2012)

written by Kathryn Immonen
art by Stuart Immonen

Good times.

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1 week ago
People who never spent one second of their lives dicking around on the internet. Part I.

People who never spent one second of their lives dicking around on the internet. Part I.

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2 weeks ago
TWENTY-THREE YEARS.

TWENTY-THREE YEARS.

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