UNDER FACE is a cyberpunk technopop idol group i just found out exists today
"Pigs, do your best for a year, and as a reward, I’ll step on you."
Lady Satsuki wishing us all a happy new year!
Grazing goats helping fire defense in Cleveland National Forest near San Diego
this is the cutest fucking thing
Man, it’s gonna be hell on my wallet when I finally decide to catch up on X-Men stuff again.
Mary…. Could you really be in this town?
basically all you need to know about WWE
do you ever cry about how perfect Big E Langston and Xavier Woods are because I sure do
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Disney Parks
More facts on Ultrafacts!
There’s one real skull left??? As in there used to be MORE?!
There are trash cans every 26 feet because that is the most steps someone will take before throwing garbage on the ground.
The magic kingdom park is designed like a hub and spoke so you can efficiently get from one area of the park to the other by crossing through the center.
All the sidewalks are painted red so that when the park is crowded your subconscious can recognize the difference in elevation. That way you don’t trip and get trampled by the crowds.
The cast are swapped out every 10 minutes to prevent heat stroke. They tried making water cooled suits but they caused hypothermia.
DONT YOU FUCKING TRY TO DISTRACT FROMT HE FACT THAT THERE IS ONE REAL SKULL “LEFT” AT A RIDE
THERE WAS MROE
THERE WAS FUCKING MORE OF THEM WHERE DID THEY GO
I don’t care if it’s fake or not I just love that response
Arthur Adams 1991: Livingstone Mountain #1
Curator’s Note: There is without a doubt a ton of Arthur Adams on Tumblr, and all I’m really doing is putting an artist’s work in chronological order and providing some commentary (of dubious quality). This is one of a few instances I think I can bring some rare “deep cuts” that folks may not have seen before. Enjoy!
Livingstone Mountain was a 4-issue indie sci-fi comic series by Steve Moncuse (of Fish Police fame). The 2-page backup feature he wrote for Adams has nothing to do with it. In it, he not-so-gently slams artists who were “more than inspired” by Adams’ popular style. Even Adams himself gets some gentle ribbing in the form of mentioning “time-consuming diversions,” a suggesting Adams’ slower-than-average pace may have something to do with getting distracted.