I am very pleased to announce that the beautiful Amy Lee has given birth to a precious little boy that they named Jack Lion Hartzler. My happiest and most sincere congratulations to the proud new parents!

finduilas88:

As promised—I’ve loved Sean Bean since I first saw him in Sharpe on PBS.

dontkillseanbean:

If you’re Sean Bean, One Does Not Simply avoid death on a daily basis. #Truth

sirladysketch:

A few weeks ago, I was inspired to make a Scuttler plushie, based on the vanity pet that came with the special preordered versions of The Elder Scrolls Online MMO.
Why? Why not?
And so, Scooter the Scuttler was born!
This little guy stands about 8 inches high, and is weighted in the tail to help him stand (in the game, these guys stand pretty much parallel to the ground, but real-world gravity required a bit of alteration in the design) Materials used were brown suede cloth, white vinyl, pink vinyl, and black button eyes. Took about 3 days to make, off and on.
He’s going to go live at the office as a team mascot, I think, because I have too many stuffed animals already. Still, I want to make a Dwemer spider at some point, although Otakon is coming, so that will be shelved for a bit, I think.


This is cool sirladysketch:

A few weeks ago, I was inspired to make a Scuttler plushie, based on the vanity pet that came with the special preordered versions of The Elder Scrolls Online MMO.
Why? Why not?
And so, Scooter the Scuttler was born!
This little guy stands about 8 inches high, and is weighted in the tail to help him stand (in the game, these guys stand pretty much parallel to the ground, but real-world gravity required a bit of alteration in the design) Materials used were brown suede cloth, white vinyl, pink vinyl, and black button eyes. Took about 3 days to make, off and on.
He’s going to go live at the office as a team mascot, I think, because I have too many stuffed animals already. Still, I want to make a Dwemer spider at some point, although Otakon is coming, so that will be shelved for a bit, I think.


This is cool sirladysketch:

A few weeks ago, I was inspired to make a Scuttler plushie, based on the vanity pet that came with the special preordered versions of The Elder Scrolls Online MMO.
Why? Why not?
And so, Scooter the Scuttler was born!
This little guy stands about 8 inches high, and is weighted in the tail to help him stand (in the game, these guys stand pretty much parallel to the ground, but real-world gravity required a bit of alteration in the design) Materials used were brown suede cloth, white vinyl, pink vinyl, and black button eyes. Took about 3 days to make, off and on.
He’s going to go live at the office as a team mascot, I think, because I have too many stuffed animals already. Still, I want to make a Dwemer spider at some point, although Otakon is coming, so that will be shelved for a bit, I think.


This is cool sirladysketch:

A few weeks ago, I was inspired to make a Scuttler plushie, based on the vanity pet that came with the special preordered versions of The Elder Scrolls Online MMO.
Why? Why not?
And so, Scooter the Scuttler was born!
This little guy stands about 8 inches high, and is weighted in the tail to help him stand (in the game, these guys stand pretty much parallel to the ground, but real-world gravity required a bit of alteration in the design) Materials used were brown suede cloth, white vinyl, pink vinyl, and black button eyes. Took about 3 days to make, off and on.
He’s going to go live at the office as a team mascot, I think, because I have too many stuffed animals already. Still, I want to make a Dwemer spider at some point, although Otakon is coming, so that will be shelved for a bit, I think.


This is cool sirladysketch:

A few weeks ago, I was inspired to make a Scuttler plushie, based on the vanity pet that came with the special preordered versions of The Elder Scrolls Online MMO.
Why? Why not?
And so, Scooter the Scuttler was born!
This little guy stands about 8 inches high, and is weighted in the tail to help him stand (in the game, these guys stand pretty much parallel to the ground, but real-world gravity required a bit of alteration in the design) Materials used were brown suede cloth, white vinyl, pink vinyl, and black button eyes. Took about 3 days to make, off and on.
He’s going to go live at the office as a team mascot, I think, because I have too many stuffed animals already. Still, I want to make a Dwemer spider at some point, although Otakon is coming, so that will be shelved for a bit, I think.


This is cool sirladysketch:

A few weeks ago, I was inspired to make a Scuttler plushie, based on the vanity pet that came with the special preordered versions of The Elder Scrolls Online MMO.
Why? Why not?
And so, Scooter the Scuttler was born!
This little guy stands about 8 inches high, and is weighted in the tail to help him stand (in the game, these guys stand pretty much parallel to the ground, but real-world gravity required a bit of alteration in the design) Materials used were brown suede cloth, white vinyl, pink vinyl, and black button eyes. Took about 3 days to make, off and on.
He’s going to go live at the office as a team mascot, I think, because I have too many stuffed animals already. Still, I want to make a Dwemer spider at some point, although Otakon is coming, so that will be shelved for a bit, I think.


This is cool

sirladysketch:

A few weeks ago, I was inspired to make a Scuttler plushie, based on the vanity pet that came with the special preordered versions of The Elder Scrolls Online MMO.

Why? Why not?

And so, Scooter the Scuttler was born!

This little guy stands about 8 inches high, and is weighted in the tail to help him stand (in the game, these guys stand pretty much parallel to the ground, but real-world gravity required a bit of alteration in the design) Materials used were brown suede cloth, white vinyl, pink vinyl, and black button eyes. Took about 3 days to make, off and on.

He’s going to go live at the office as a team mascot, I think, because I have too many stuffed animals already. Still, I want to make a Dwemer spider at some point, although Otakon is coming, so that will be shelved for a bit, I think.

This is cool

And a few more tears

And everyone starts crying

questioningofthor:

Stark Spangled Banner, sweetheart.

virginiagentlenerd:

Batman Will Always Be Better Than Hal Jordan, a novel 


Funny, I was just watching True Blood lol virginiagentlenerd:

Batman Will Always Be Better Than Hal Jordan, a novel 


Funny, I was just watching True Blood lol virginiagentlenerd:

Batman Will Always Be Better Than Hal Jordan, a novel 


Funny, I was just watching True Blood lol virginiagentlenerd:

Batman Will Always Be Better Than Hal Jordan, a novel 


Funny, I was just watching True Blood lol virginiagentlenerd:

Batman Will Always Be Better Than Hal Jordan, a novel 


Funny, I was just watching True Blood lol virginiagentlenerd:

Batman Will Always Be Better Than Hal Jordan, a novel 


Funny, I was just watching True Blood lol virginiagentlenerd:

Batman Will Always Be Better Than Hal Jordan, a novel 


Funny, I was just watching True Blood lol virginiagentlenerd:

Batman Will Always Be Better Than Hal Jordan, a novel 


Funny, I was just watching True Blood lol virginiagentlenerd:

Batman Will Always Be Better Than Hal Jordan, a novel 


Funny, I was just watching True Blood lol virginiagentlenerd:

Batman Will Always Be Better Than Hal Jordan, a novel 


Funny, I was just watching True Blood lol

virginiagentlenerd:

Batman Will Always Be Better Than Hal Jordan, a novel 

Funny, I was just watching True Blood lol

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I saw this on Facebook, and my first reaction was “DONT BLINK!!”

keaneoncomics:

There’s been a minor meme going around Tumblr along the lines of “hey, wouldn’t be cool/funny if Steve Rogers was able to lift Thor’s hammer?”
Kids, it’s actual comic book canon. As Mike Sterling helpfully explains:

Captain America proves that he is worthy enough to lift Thor’s hammer, from Thor #390 (April 1988) by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz, and Brett Breeding. This was from a period in Captain America’s history when he had resigned his usual superhero identity and became “The Captain,” independent of any government agency, in case you were wondering what was up with the costume.

So off you go to eBay, young’uns.


Truly amazing piece keaneoncomics:

There’s been a minor meme going around Tumblr along the lines of “hey, wouldn’t be cool/funny if Steve Rogers was able to lift Thor’s hammer?”
Kids, it’s actual comic book canon. As Mike Sterling helpfully explains:

Captain America proves that he is worthy enough to lift Thor’s hammer, from Thor #390 (April 1988) by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz, and Brett Breeding. This was from a period in Captain America’s history when he had resigned his usual superhero identity and became “The Captain,” independent of any government agency, in case you were wondering what was up with the costume.

So off you go to eBay, young’uns.


Truly amazing piece keaneoncomics:

There’s been a minor meme going around Tumblr along the lines of “hey, wouldn’t be cool/funny if Steve Rogers was able to lift Thor’s hammer?”
Kids, it’s actual comic book canon. As Mike Sterling helpfully explains:

Captain America proves that he is worthy enough to lift Thor’s hammer, from Thor #390 (April 1988) by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz, and Brett Breeding. This was from a period in Captain America’s history when he had resigned his usual superhero identity and became “The Captain,” independent of any government agency, in case you were wondering what was up with the costume.

So off you go to eBay, young’uns.


Truly amazing piece

keaneoncomics:

There’s been a minor meme going around Tumblr along the lines of “hey, wouldn’t be cool/funny if Steve Rogers was able to lift Thor’s hammer?”

Kids, it’s actual comic book canon. As Mike Sterling helpfully explains:

Captain America proves that he is worthy enough to lift Thor’s hammer, from Thor #390 (April 1988) by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz, and Brett Breeding. This was from a period in Captain America’s history when he had resigned his usual superhero identity and became “The Captain,” independent of any government agency, in case you were wondering what was up with the costume.

So off you go to eBay, young’uns.

Truly amazing piece

(Source: goodcomics.comicbookresources.com)