rockofeternity:

Hellboy — Mike Mignola

rockofeternity:

Hellboy — Mike Mignola

Famous for its scenery, cinematography, and near complete lack of special effects (almost exclusively used simply to remove bystanders from shots), The Fall was filmed over a period of four years in over twenty countries, including India, Namibia, South Africa, Italy, and Indonesia. One review said, “See it for no other reason than because it exists. There will never be another like it.”

awesomedigitalart:

Waterfall by Allnamesinuse
brianmichaelbendis:

Batman & Poison Ivy // Mahmud Asrar

stevethompson-art:

Today on Disneystore.com , the release of the “Disney Fairytale Designer Collection”. The pre-sale of the full doll set came and went this morning and sold out in a flash, as did the pins and lithos. There is still great home items like mugs, journals and apparel,…

comicblah:

Fantastic Four #100 cover art by Jack Kirby

comicblah:

Fantastic Four #100 cover art by Jack Kirby

"Buffy loved Angel unconditionally and I don’t think he’d ever had that before." -David Boreanaz

the-forces-of-nature:

Inspiration Point (by +David+)

the-forces-of-nature:

Inspiration Point (by +David+)

lionpuppy:

Standoff | Ryan Buchanan
stardustwish:
heaven-ly-mind:

Sunset by chevi

young “Kaylee”

comicbookwomen:

Hubert Khan Michael

comicbookwomen:

Hubert Khan Michael


"I’ve never seen anybody change so much in front of a camera as Audrey. In life, you’d think ‘How is she going to get through the day or even the hour?’ Her hands were shaking, she’s smoking too much, she’s worried, she’s being kind of desperately nice to everybody, she’s so fragile… But between the time she stepped in front of the camera and you said ‘Action!’, something happened. She pulled it together. A kind of strength through vulnerability - strength like an iron butterfly… The performance was true, never weak, always strong and clear. It was an amazing thing to watch, this professional completely in charge of her instrument without even thinking about it. I think it was all second nature." 
Peter Bogdanovich

"I’ve never seen anybody change so much in front of a camera as Audrey. In life, you’d think ‘How is she going to get through the day or even the hour?’ Her hands were shaking, she’s smoking too much, she’s worried, she’s being kind of desperately nice to everybody, she’s so fragile… But between the time she stepped in front of the camera and you said ‘Action!’, something happened. She pulled it together. A kind of strength through vulnerability - strength like an iron butterfly… The performance was true, never weak, always strong and clear. It was an amazing thing to watch, this professional completely in charge of her instrument without even thinking about it. I think it was all second nature." 

Peter Bogdanovich