RIP, Billy Jack.
Tom Laughlin was 82.
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RIP, Billy Jack.

Tom Laughlin was 82.

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Preach it, little waterbender girl.

Preach it, little waterbender girl.

calvinanddune:

An Ixian machine? You defy the Jihad!
There’s a lesson in that, too. What do such machines really do? They increase the number of things we can do without thinking. Things we do without thinking — there’s the real danger.

calvinanddune:

An Ixian machine? You defy the Jihad!

There’s a lesson in that, too. What do such machines really do? They increase the number of things we can do without thinking. Things we do without thinking — there’s the real danger.

Blake’s 7 - “Deliverance” (1978) - Created by Terry Nation

Avon has had enough of these stone age fools.

Blake’s 7 - “Deliverance” (1978) - Created by Terry Nation

Avon has had enough of these stone age fools.

Blake’s 7 (1978) - Created by Terry Nation

Blake’s 7 (1978) - Created by Terry Nation

Wild Palms, Episode 1 “Everything Must Go” (1993)

Directed by Peter Hewitt

Written by Bruce Wagner

Produced by Oliver Stone

Music by Ryuichi Sakamoto

Starring a whole lot of people you would know.

Planet of the Vampires (1965) - Directed by Mario Bava

yaphleen:

By Yaphleen http://yaphleen.deviantart.com&http://yaphleen.tumblr.com

Last fanart Mononoke Hime ~ 3/3

Fantastic.

 Batman Inc - By Morrison, Burnham, and Fairbairn
So we come to the end of the greatest Bat-comic ever, sad, sad days. Will we ever see the likes of Morrison’s Bat-run again in any title coming out of the big two? Doesn’t seem likely, creator shuffles happen all the time and books get canned left and right. And even if a creator stayed on for the long, long haul I see little evidence they would have the desire, let alone the ability, to tell a story as intricate and involving as what Morrison has put down here. 
It feels like the end of his run on New X-Men all over again, just look at all of the stuff he worked into the book and all of the new characters and concepts. Much like his New X-Men run we’ll be waiting way too long for someone to come along and actually play with those concepts. So it goes.

 Batman Inc - By Morrison, Burnham, and Fairbairn

So we come to the end of the greatest Bat-comic ever, sad, sad days. Will we ever see the likes of Morrison’s Bat-run again in any title coming out of the big two? Doesn’t seem likely, creator shuffles happen all the time and books get canned left and right. And even if a creator stayed on for the long, long haul I see little evidence they would have the desire, let alone the ability, to tell a story as intricate and involving as what Morrison has put down here. 

It feels like the end of his run on New X-Men all over again, just look at all of the stuff he worked into the book and all of the new characters and concepts. Much like his New X-Men run we’ll be waiting way too long for someone to come along and actually play with those concepts. So it goes.