Jeyl's Tholian Silk

Since this was before the horrific and life changing travesty that was Episode III, I’ll let this slide. Good moment.

vgjunk:

Alien vs. Predator, SNES.

Favorite part when it comes to these kind of games is always the animation going on in the backgrounds. Also when I was in my early years living in NC, my friend and I rented two games. This one (Aliens Vs. Predator) and Disney’s Aladdin, both for the SNES. Despite my overwhelming love and joy for both the Predator and Alien franchises, I was quite surprised when I wanted to play Aladdin more than this one.

vgjunk:

Alien vs. Predator, SNES.

Favorite part when it comes to these kind of games is always the animation going on in the backgrounds. Also when I was in my early years living in NC, my friend and I rented two games. This one (Aliens Vs. Predator) and Disney’s Aladdin, both for the SNES. Despite my overwhelming love and joy for both the Predator and Alien franchises, I was quite surprised when I wanted to play Aladdin more than this one.

gimpnelly:

Last week I wrote this piece for Comic Book Resources about the new Teen Titans #1 cover. The point of the piece was hey, there’s a broad demographic DC *could* be hitting with this book but the cover is certainly not made for that potential demographic. Instead, it’s more of the same-old,…

So for the first BioShock THING to have a story focus around a female character, it’s a story where she finds out she is not the one who saves the day, but Jack from the original BioShock. 

This DLC felt like I spent most of this game seeing Elizabeth being bludgeoned on the head multiple times with wrenches and pipes through her point of view that I started to wonder if she’s not this series’ punching bag? The story literally goes out of it’s way to tell you that she isn’t the hero and won’t be saving the day. Nope. It’s Jack from the original BioShock that is coming to save the day, the game ends with her yet again being hit on the head (fatally this time) with a wrench and dying with a smile. I hate that trope.

More water!

More water!

dcwomenkickingass:

Gloria Steinem is 80 years old today and as one of the architects and leaders of second wave feminism there is much to be thankful to her for. But because this blog focuses on the women of DC Comics, there is another reason to be thankful for her - she is instrumental in making Wonder Woman have a…

Happy Birthday Gloria!!!!!!

sniisel:

so what nonon actually wanted to say is

That was neat.

kwmurphy:

And so goes the circle of life.

kwmurphy:

And so goes the circle of life.

totallynotagentphilcoulson:

I’ve been waiting for Phil Tippett to respond to this joke

Too good.

wavechan:

they’re too cute T_T

This is an adorable side quest.