lemonsharks:

allofthefeelings:

demoiselledefortune:

lauriehalseanderson:

dailydot:

Kamala Khan has enraptured the world as many times as she’s saved it. Now, the plucky Pakistani-American teen who made history as the new Ms Marvel, comics’ first ever lead Muslim superhero, is getting a rare sixth printing—and heralding a new era of diversity in comics.

Although the world of comics occupies an increasingly large part of the pop cultural domain—last year the industry did about $800 million in sales—the number of people who actually buy comics is relatively small. Most comics only average about 3,000 copies per printing; with Kamala now on her sixth printing, she’s headed towards a whopping 20,000 print copies sold. 

Still, to put things in perspective, sixth printings are major milestones in the world of comics. Spider-Man Issue #583, the one with President Obama on the cover, only made it to a fifth printing despite making international headlines. Kamala now joins an elite lineup of bestselling comics that have performed beyond all expectations.

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SEE, PUBLISHING WORLD!!

Not only is diversity interesting and cool and fun and healthy and good for everyone, IT FREAKING SELLS!

Signal boost, please!

FUCK YEAH

Do you know what it takes for me to reblog a Daily Dot article?

Something this fucking amazing, that’s what.

Female superheroes sell
Female poc superheroes sell
Female superhero poc TEENAGE GIRLS SELL

People will buy them,read them and watch them on a movie screen 7+ times in one summer

i-effed-it-all-up:

no, i don’t watch that show, but i do follow its developments extensively via tumblr

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inspiringpieces:

Toy Stories

If you thought Woody and Buzz were snarky toys, they you obviously haven’t met Aled Lewis' petulant prints yet.

Lewis, a designer and illustrator based in London, has a knack for creating awkward situations with childhood toys. “This started as a personal project for my own amusement and then began to develop a life of its own,” Lewis wrote on his website. “I created these ‘Toy Stories’ with figurines that I bought in toy stores, found on eBay and was given by friends.”

If you can’t get enough of Aled Lewis’ funny prints, i can recommend you his book “Toy Confidential: The Secret Life of Snarky Toys”, featuring 100 of his images (Get US / EU )

[via] | Aled Lewis on tumblr

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wwadirectory:

eleanorj92: Maid of honour and Best Man 💑💕

wwadirectory:

eleanorj92: Maid of honour and Best Man 💑💕

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clevernessofyou:

don’t forget where you belong

don’t forget where you belong

If you ever feel alone, don’t

you were never on your own

the proof is in this song

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4 Y E A R S

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socomicallygay:

in honor of the fourth anniversary of one direction, a moment of silence for everything else i could have been doing with my life

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muffin-bitch:

shadowtriad:



Christmas lights under the snow


No its just hell having a party

A gay party

muffin-bitch:

shadowtriad:

Christmas lights under the snow


No its just hell having a party

A gay party

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So I was explaining my gender-fluidity to my grandmother

  • Me: So sometimes I'm a boy, but sometimes I'm a girl.
  • Grandma: I have enough idiot granddaughters already
  • Me:
  • Grandma:
  • Me:
  • Grandma: But I also have enough idiot grandsons, so having an idiot who isn't really either one is kind of refreshing.
  • *then later*
  • My mom: Alex, can you come pick up these LEGOs?
  • Me: Yeah... *doesn't move at all*
  • Grandma: Katie, go pick up the LEGOs
  • Me: Yeah, alright *goes to pick up LEGOs*
  • Grandma: See, you addressed the boy, but I addressed the girl. Boys are lazy, girls get crap done.

"After Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones, I want to write a medieval fantasy for Sean Bean where he has a nice day and things go well."

renlybaratheawesome:

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"Commander Vimes didn’t like the phrase ‘The innocent have nothing to fear’, believing the innocent had everything to fear, mostly from the guilty but in the longer term even more from those who say things like ‘The innocent have nothing to fear’."

— Terry Pratchett (via beornwulf)

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