can y’all shut the fuck up about snape when we had LITERALLY THE SWEETEST MAN EVER
look at this
SUPERMAN FAMILY #196. July-August 1979. “Super-Disco Fever!” Written by Cary Burkett, Penciled by Kurt Schaffenberger, Inked by Dan Adkins.
Clark Kent is taken to a discotheque by his fan club and discovers that a madman has hidden several bombs beneath the dance floor.
He slyly uses his super-powers to disarm each one, using only the raw propulsive musk-scented power of … his moves.
(“Shake your bootie?”)
Now THAT’S the Superman I want to see.
If this doesn’t happen in Dawn of Justice, I’m giving up DC, and all comics, forever!!
psych challenge: [2/4] relationships - carlton lassiter & marlowe viccellio
"the truth is, the whole time that i was stuck in there, i never panicked. not once. i just knew carlton was going to come. i felt safe, if that makes any sense. and then it hit me: carlton is always going to be there. always. i never have to worry about losing him.”
It’s about this kid named Sena Kobayakawa who’s constantly bullied. He’s a big pushover, so he runs around doing errands for others and he gets really fast because of it. Like, really fast. When he gets into high school, he swears never to be bullied into things again.
But then he’s bullied into joining the football team.
Sena’s legs are so fast that Hiruma, the guy who looks like a demon, hides his identity under an eyeshield helmet and the name “Eyeshield 21” so that the other sports teams don’t go after him.
At first, Sena wants nothing to do with football. He’d rather be the manager and not get hurt on the field. But as the series goes on, he realizes that he’s having a lot of fun with this quirky team of underdogs led by a demonic genius. This is the first time he feels like he has friends other than his childhood friend, Mamori.
But you also start to realize that their time together as a team isn’t going to last long. This is Hiruma and Kurita’s last year of highschool. This is their last chance to win the Christmas Bowl. Will they make it? Or will the other, stronger teams leave them in the dust? The great thing about this manga is that their goal is far from deadset or predictable. I won’t spoil anything past that.
It’s a long, heartwarming story that focuses on characters. You start liking characters so much you don’t even want the enemy team to lose. It’s very frustrating cheering on both teams. It’s incredibly difficult to hate anyone.
What I loved about it was that you didn’t have to be a big, scary tough guy to play football. That shorty? That’s the main character.
THE ART. IS ABSOLUTELY STUNNING.
Yusuke Murata is my all time favorite artist ever.
It also goes through an amazing art evolution, so if you don’t quite like the art in the first few volumes, just wait.
There is an anime, but I would read the manga. The art in the anime just fails in comparison. You can watch the anime anyway. It’s not bad and it’s nice to hear what the characters should sound like, but definitely read the manga.
Here’s the art difference between manga and anime.
I know a lot of people don’t like sports, but trust me, there is magic in sports manga/anime that you can’t find anywhere else. Read it for the characters if nothing else.
*whispers* please read Eyeshield 21
*yells* PLEASE please PLEEEAAASE READ EYESHIELD 21
Tibetan Mastiffs are apparently Pokemons.
10/10 would ride it into battle
365 Day Music Challenge // Day 33: A Song With Lyrics That You LoveWell, the spark never lit up a fire
Though I tried and tried and tried
The wind came through your lungs
A hurricane from your tongue
I'll keep your secrets with me
Right behind my teeth
Your anger, your anchor
But I'll sail much further on, ah, on
Ad when I get there
It wont be far enough
I'm a renengade
It's in my blood
If ever I get there
It wont be fast enough
I'm a renengade
I always was
Kurita x Hiruma
Because you’ve always been protecting me even off the field
This is brilliant! Anything that makes me laugh that loudly must be re-blogged.
i miss getting party bags at the end of parties why dont we still do that party bags were the best part of the party
It was like a reward for being sociable