Those who wander are not lost

feelknower1993:

fuckyeahconceptcarz:

2005 Smart ForFour Style “Cool & Cosy”

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thecyberwolf:

Mark 47
Created by Daniel Murray
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Find this artist on DeviantArt & Website
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More Arts from this artist on my Tumblr HERE

thecyberwolf:

Mark 47

Created by Daniel Murray

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Find this artist on DeviantArt & Website

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More Arts from this artist on my Tumblr HERE

rose-j:

This is my kinda pool party

angy25:

zanesjo:

actors who completely understand the characters they play and defend them to dumbass interviewers deserve the world and have my heart tbh.

"Is Superman cool?"

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tempurafriedhappiness:

Here are some dogs enjoying Popsicles. 

queermobile:

becausebirds:

Penguin discovers a traffic cam. x

this is a toucan 

Hello my love, same human again. I thought you would be great to ask, if I wished to get into watching some stuff from the DC universe, where should I start?
Anonymous

zuzuhiddles:

detective-comics:

aliceroared:

DC Masterpost

Woooow, that’s a loaded question!! There are a LOT of shows (especially about Batman, this guy needs to take a break IMO) that are super great. I’m gonna write out a masterpost for this one, just because I can’t restrain myself!

My favourites are BOLDED.
The live-action movies are in italics.

Each link leads to where you can watch it!
If you like it, it’s pretty affordable to buy a DVD or two, so go for it and support DC because their movies are A+ (not so much the comics nowadays).

In chronological order -

—Batman

Shows (I’ve reviewed most of them here, if you care to check it out):

Movies:

—Superman

Shows:

Movies:

—Green Lantern

Shows:

Movies:

—Wonder Woman

Movies:

—Green Arrow

Shows:

—DC Showcase

Movies:

—Justice League & Collaborations

Shows:

Movies:

This took me over an hour so hopefully I haven’t missed anything. Enjoy! :)

Someone asked me if I had seen something like this about a month back.

Well, I have now.

Don’t forget: JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time

Get to know: Henry Cavill
[insp.]

Long form story telling should…..

A: Television

B: Comic books and some books if they require it. 

It should not however be in film. Film must have a beginning, a middle and a end. Yes there are exceptions but film should never be episodic unless the directors needs it to be. A contained film allows for the director’s vision not the producer’s vision which is how television works.