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September 24, 1936 — May 16, 1990
Oh my gosh, that’s just beautiful.
So beautiful remember him for the laughs and smiles he gave us
Remember this lady?
Oh my god
I’ve reblogged this before and I’ll reblog is again.
Fuckin al gore !
Wow… That’s amazing. Just, wow.
At Comic-Con in 2008, I stepped onto a hotel elevator and instantly found myself in the sky. At least, it felt that way. It was actually a very creative ad for Pixar’s Up that involved painting the inside of the elevator to look like the sky from the film, with Carl’s balloon-powered flying house in the corner, looking to be off in the distance. The ad always stuck with me, as I thought it was an imaginative — and very effective — way to promote a film, and easily the best use of advertising in an elevator I’d ever seen.
That is, until I saw this proposed ad for this summer’s Man of Steel, submitted to the Chip Shop Awards by Jon Massey and Ryan Brown. Massey and Brown take advantage of elevator design to present the classic image of Clark Kent opening his shirt to reveal the Superman logo underneath.
This is, definitively, my favorite Nancy comic (and not just for the effective use of the wide-angle panel). It has all the classic elements of Bushmiller sass-projection. The first great thing is that there are three panels of just Nancy being mad. Look at her clenched fists and arms as they grow progressively tenser. The next great thing is the effort E.B. goes through to show that this movie palace is EMPTY. The real joy is, however, Nancy’s decision to really stew in her frustration. We don’t know why she’s mad. If this was Family Circus, she would be laughing at a hilarious film in the last panel, or crying at a sentimental film that made her realize all her anger was pointless.
No. This is Nancy.
And she just wants to know who the heck you think you are wearing a HAT AT THE MOVIES, THERE ARE OTHER PEOPLE HERE YA KNOW!!!!!!
“Mae Mobley was my last baby. In just ten minutes, the only life I knew was done.”
OMG at this part, I literally created Niagra Falls in the movie theater.
Me 2K me 2
Amg I cried sooo much at this part
If you don’t reblog this, I’m judging you.
(Sorry if this annoys you :c feel free to delete )
Everyone should reblog this.
If you don’t repost I’m judging u (sorry if this offends u delete if u plz)
This poem is written from the point of view of someone who has lost others to suicide.
I’m in tears..
this couldn’t be more perfect.
Luv it it’s a poem about people tht lost people to suicide in tears