batlesbo:

That is so cute.

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michisama2030:

masykruger:

michisama2030:

thats one of the reasons why did my classmates think that i was a little bit weird

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actually, after some time they got used to my live-reference-needs

it reminded me about one funny incident lmao

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IT GOT BETTER

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why-i-love-comics:

Legendary Star-Lord #3 (2014)

written by Sam Humphries
art by Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco, & David Curiel

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shodobear:

stunningpicture:

A grape, wearing a raspberry.

I am froot.

shodobear:

stunningpicture:

A grape, wearing a raspberry.

I am froot.

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I dunno, but that looks  more like coffee to me.

I dunno, but that looks  more like coffee to me.

(Source: myheadisspooky, via anything-i-fancy)

Happiness is relative. When everything seems bright we look for the entire picture and future to be bright and are saddened when it doesn’t appear to be so. When the bigger picture seems bleak it’s important to find joy in all the small things:

Experiencing something for the first time
A good meal
An interesting tree
A comfy chair
Completing something
Having done something which yo were afraid to do
An acquaintance smiling at you
A good song
Waking up well rested

There’s always something. One just has to look for it.

lucyknisley:

Hey friends!

A looooong time ago (maybe five years?), I made these posters. I did it because I teach comics workshops to kids and adults, and one of my assignments for my students is to translate their favorite plot into sequential images to tell a story, using limited text in order to convey the points of the narrative using their drawings. I wanted to make an example for my students of how this can be done on a large scale, and I wanted to honor the books I had grown up with. 

The posters were a big hit with all save for Warner Bros, who as we know are mighty and powerful and own a lot of rights to the Harry Potter franchise. They were not cool with the sale of these, so I didn’t sell them. Legal parody rights aside, I like to be respectful when people (even major corporations) protect their creative rights, so while I’m happy that these are shared and liked around the internet to this day, I’m not trying to make a buck from them.

So sometime last month, in the midst of my getting married and taking a premarital break from being in the studio, these things caught an internet updraft again and went back to being on the radar. I returned from my wedding to quite a lot of emails and tweets requesting (or demanding) that I sell or distribute these pieces as prints that people can hang on their walls. I love and appreciate the kind words of fans who wrote me, but I’m not going to print them for sale, for the reasons I stated above.

I ask that if you enjoyed the posters, support my future work by buying one of my books, or getting one from your library! I have lots to choose from, and you can warm your cockles knowing that you’re supporting a working artist and a fellow fan such as yourself, while hopefully getting to read some comics you enjoy. Thank you!

**Occasionally I will still print these posters to give out as prizes or for free with a book purchase at a convention where I’m appearing. Ask me about them at a show, if you’re interested! I go to many throughout the year. Follow me to find out where I’ll be next!**