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New teaser from IDW for OCTOBER FACTION! Thank you to all my friends for taking the time to read the first issue. I’ve been a nervous wreck. With Damien Worm Chris Ryall

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New teaser from IDW for OCTOBER FACTION! Thank you to all my friends for taking the time to read the first issue. I’ve been a nervous wreck. With Damien Worm Chris Ryall

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 Vee had better confeerm de fect dat Yunk Frankenshtein iss indeed VALLOWING EEN EES GANDFADDA’S VOOTSHTAPS.

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 Vee had better confeerm de fect dat Yunk Frankenshtein iss indeed VALLOWING EEN EES GANDFADDA’S VOOTSHTAPS.

neil-gaiman:

travisellisor :

page 38 from The Sandman # 1 by Sam Kieth and Mike Dringenberg

neil-gaiman:

travisellisor :

page 38 from The Sandman # 1 by Sam Kieth and Mike Dringenberg

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Out Next Week 

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Out Next Week 

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Monica Richards

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Monica Richards

365-trees:

Johnny Cash & June Carter
They married on this day in 1968 

365-trees:

Johnny Cash & June Carter

They married on this day in 1968 

velocitti:

maybe six will be enough

silverscreams:

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE (1931)

Jekyll and Hyde shows as much as a filmmaker could get away with showing back then, both in terms of violence and sexual content. It’s a product of the “pre-Code” era, a time where film censorship was present but not as heavily enforced as it would later become between 1934 and 1966. The film revels in Paramount’s European-flavored production design, with Mamoulian crafting one of the most atmospherically engaging visions of Victorian-era London put onto film. Taking plenty of cues from The Cabinet of Caligari and other surrealist tinted masterpieces, he makes use of wipes, extreme close-ups and shot composition to symbolize the inner torment these characters are stuck in.”

More: http://pre-code.com/dr-jekyll-mr-hyde-1932-review/