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Chris Hardwick In Back To The Future by Reid Kikuo Johnson

Chris Hardwick In Back To The Future by Reid Kikuo Johnson

Nathan Fillion In Star Trek by Reid Kikuo Johnson

Nathan Fillion In Star Trek by Reid Kikuo Johnson

Gale Anne Hurd And Norman Reedus In Men In Black by Reid Kikuo Johnson

Gale Anne Hurd And Norman Reedus In Men In Black by Reid Kikuo Johnson

Tricia Helfer And Zachary Levi In The Princess Bride by Reid Kikuo Johnson

Tricia Helfer And Zachary Levi In The Princess Bride by Reid Kikuo Johnson

Tatiana Maslany In Shaun Of The Dead by Reid Kikuo Johnson

Tatiana Maslany In Shaun Of The Dead by Reid Kikuo Johnson

Grace Park And Katee Sackhoff In Star Wars by Reid Kikuo Johnson

Grace Park And Katee Sackhoff In Star Wars by Reid Kikuo Johnson

browsethestacks:

kymannschilling:

northwestmagpie:

reginasworld:

Bob Staake has created a series of “Satire, Humor and Visual Parody of Classic Children’s Books From the 1940s Through 1960s

**dies laughing**

I’d actually be quite interested in reading these….for the simple fact that it’s not what you’d expect

¥€$

victoriousvocabulary:

GIGOLO
[noun]
1. a man living off the earnings or gifts of a woman, especially a younger man supported by an older woman in return for his sexual attentions and companionship.
2. a male professional dancing partner or escort.
Etymology: from French, masculine derivative of gigolette, “girl for hire as a dancing partner, prostitute”, from giguer, “to dance”, from gigue, “a fiddle”.
[Waldemar von Kozak]

victoriousvocabulary:

GIGOLO

[noun]

1. a man living off the earnings or gifts of a woman, especially a younger man supported by an older woman in return for his sexual attentions and companionship.

2. a male professional dancing partner or escort.

Etymology: from French, masculine derivative of gigolette, “girl for hire as a dancing partner, prostitute”, from giguer, “to dance”, from gigue, “a fiddle”.

[Waldemar von Kozak]

victoriousvocabulary:

WYOBRAŹNIA

[noun]

imagination; fancy; vision; the faculty or action of forming new ideas, or images or concepts of external objects not present to the senses.

Etymology: Polish.

[Darel Seow]

Vintage Comic - DC Comics Presents #008

Pencils: Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Inks: Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
DC (April1979)

Vintage Comic - DC Comics Presents #008

Pencils: Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Inks: Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
DC (April1979)

awwww-cute:

Enough about me, tell me about you

awwww-cute:

Enough about me, tell me about you

gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

The Phantom Detective, Vol. 54, no. 1, Fall 1949; cover art by Rudolph Belarski.
(via The Black Ball Of Death)

gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

The Phantom Detective, Vol. 54, no. 1, Fall 1949; cover art by Rudolph Belarski.

(via The Black Ball Of Death)

sidekickclubhouse:

"I saw right through your little trick!" World’s Finest Comics #77 (July-August 1955)

sidekickclubhouse:

"I saw right through your little trick!" World’s Finest Comics #77 (July-August 1955)

afrorevolution:

bellecosby:

beautiesofafrique:

African barbie dolls

I wish I had these when I was younger

image

the dolls my future children are getting

I need

House Ad - Marvel Subscription Ad (1981)

House Ad - Marvel Subscription Ad (1981)