"Mom, how does this plan involve me again?"

theonesupergirl:

rebeccaquinzel:

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Long time no see, huh?”

"Far too long, its good to see you."

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"How have you been?" 

"Better, I kinda left Gotham for a while went to Go city wasn’t my taste so I bailed, and yourself?"

nahtzen:

when you’re the first person to like someone’s response to an Anon

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 { Updated blog and now I shall fade away since my dash is dead }

gurrenzxc:

 -You mean, you don’t have a home?

- Earth is my home!

madokamaora:

curiously-chamomile-queer:

blckhrt141:

overland-frost:

You’re much stronger than you think you are

I’m never gonna pass off the chance to reblog this because hell, sometimes knowing that some one fictional will be there in times like there really does help.

This makes me love Superman even more.

I prefer Michael Straczynski take on a similar scene

Superman: A being capable of moving the heavens and Earth itself, will always take the time to let you just how important you really are

I’m not too big on super hero comics but this was nice

(Source: reyesrobbies)

spoopy-banana:

katsallday:

gipsiidanger:

trickortreevee:

i think the disney company somehow forgot that you can make a character attractive AND expressive 

IN 2D ANIMATION, YES. CGI IS MUCH DIFFERENT AND MUCH HARDER TO FORM DIFFERENT EXPRESSIONS AND FACES OH MY GOD

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Bonus Barbie!

Please, don’t undermine the skills of modelers, riggers, and animators.

And two fun facts:

•The Incredibles was the first PIXAR film to feature humans to the scale that they did and I think they pulled off expressions on ALL their characters pretty damn well.

•Jessica Rabbit was hand inked, hand painted, and hand airbrushed on celluloid and manually composited into each scene, but they didn’t sacrifice how expressive she was just because animation is hard.

In which Meg grinds people’s ignorance into dust under her shoe and it’s beautiful.

(Source: missespeon)

Long time no see, huh?”

Mother D E A R E S T

har-har-harley:

rebeccaquinzel:

"Mom! it’s six thirty!" Becky yelled, "…What could you want?" she whined as she pulled her hoodie hat over her face, "Why can’t you ever let me sleep?" she peeked out of her hat at her mother.

"This involves me moving, doesn’t it?" 

"It involves both of us moving… Get up, pack your stuff. Get a move on, I don’t know how long we have…" 

"What do you mean moving? Why what’s going on?"