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voldesnorts:

harlequin-dreams:

womxxn:

We went to this burger place for lunch (turned out to be a drag bar which was shitty in other ways) but the walls were papered with rolling stones covers and it just really becomes obvious when you see lots of magazine covers next to each other that men are treated as people and women are treated as objects.

THIS PROVES MY POINT SO HARD IT SMASHES YOU IN THE TEETH

GOSH DARN IT I HOPE YOU FEEL THE SLAP IN YOUR FACE

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totaltrekker said: What are good places to start reading Kieron Gillen?

kierongillen:

philsandifer:

Well, WicDiv, for one. Past that…

Phonogram. Gillen asserts Volume 2, the Singles Club, is the better starting place. He’s right that it’s the better book, but I think something is lost by not knowing the characters from Rue Britannia, which is hardly a bad book, so assuming you’re willing to give something more than six issues before you come to a solid conclusion on it, I’d say start with Volume 1. 

Journey into Mystery. The trade order is a little wonky here, at least in digital - it ends with The Mighty Thor/Journey into Mystery: Everything Burns, and there’s a volume called Exiled that isn’t labeled as Journey into Mystery at all. There’s also a one-shot called Siege: Loki that’s a prequel and is fairly important. The reading order is Siege: Loki, Fear Itself, Fear Itself Fallout, The Terrorism Myth, Exiled, The Manchester Gods, Everything Burns, I believe. But it’s a phenomenal little run.

Young Avengers. If you pick both this and JiM, read JiM first, for God’s sake, as this will spoil the fuck out of the ending. But is excellent, and a strange midpoint between Phonogram and JiM - ultimately a very optimistic book about teen superheroes. 

Uber is ultra-disturbing and intense and button-pushing, but if you like Garth Ennis or Alan Moore in the Watchmen/Neonomicon/Marvelman/V for Vendetta vein, it’s very, very good. 

Just adding a note that JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY has a Volume 1 Complete Collection out, and the second Volume is out shortly - I believe in September. Between the two, that’ll be the whole run.

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whileothersreap:

i put on for my city, on on for my city

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fiberhound said: Hey there, Mr. Copperbadge! A) I love your fanfic and your blog. B) While that is completely true, I am also buttering you up to ask a favor: I have seen several posts of yours where you discuss interviewing for jobs and resume/cover letter writing. Is there any chance you could post the links to those items again? I tried to search the blog myself but my vision is horrible and I had to give up. Thanks bunches; I am sure you get asked for this all the time.

copperbadge:

A JOB HUNTING MASTER POST. What a splendid idea!

Here are some handy links what I have gathered:

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elita0ne:

faithlessbeliever:

scienceoftheidiot:

I could look at these gifs for hours…

 this is so calming

Same here.

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danijelivic:

cloudy reflection

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