thedeaditeslayer:

A behind the scenes look of the mirror scene in Evil Dead 2.

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tokyodemons:

What’s the emotional core of Tokyo Demons, you ask? Is it the PAINFUL OBSESSION WITH LOSS AND RECLAIMING OF POWER? 
#literatureanalysisforbeginners
(Art by rem and Romy-chan.)

There is a portion of me that always wants to scream about Tokyo Demons.

tokyodemons:

What’s the emotional core of Tokyo Demons, you ask? Is it the PAINFUL OBSESSION WITH LOSS AND RECLAIMING OF POWER? 

#literatureanalysisforbeginners

(Art by rem and Romy-chan.)

There is a portion of me that always wants to scream about Tokyo Demons.


gbzombiepie:

Drew Takes Being in Space Seriously (GIF Provided By snarekick)

gbzombiepie:

Drew Takes Being in Space Seriously (GIF Provided By snarekick)

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I finally, whole months late, read the last bits of Tokyo Demons book 2. And I just… These books kill me and are certainly one of the cornerstones of my personal motto “Read Books, Get Fucked Up.”


beepony:

alicia-mb:

Just one of those things that I always wondered about. Stags and otters are all very well, but what if you end up with a tiny chameleon or giant blue whale? I mean, it could be a giant tub of nutella…

Anyway, so glad I got around to doing this pic -drawing the less attractive animals was awesome.

Popped it up on Redbubble because they have tote bags and cushions now which is just wow - can grab it also on cards or posters - check it out here!

magikarp tho

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johndarnielle:

putitinmybutte:

neoliberalismkills:

drawspoopymisha:

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I WAS SO HOPING THAT WAS THE REACTION GIF AND IT WAS, PERFECT

nn tss nn tss nn tss nn tss

Patrick Stewart, I hate to disagree with you, but that is called moshing


classichorrorblog:

Evil Dead II (1987)

Directed by Sam Raimi

The lone survivor of an onslaught of flesh-possessing spirits holds up in a cabin with a group of strangers while fighting off the attack.

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tokyodemons:

sparklermonthly:

"Good morning, Hina Hwan. This is Day 1 of your shift on Persephone…"

Hina Hwan is awakened from cryogenic sleep 600 years into an interstellar colonization voyage - where poor colonists pay for their transport with 10-year shifts of manual labor on the spaceship Persephone. But she learns that the only thing worse than six isolated people working on a creaky interstellar transport…is finding an unidentified corpse in the closet. 

Awake

Format: Fully voiced audio drama (part of Sparkler Monthly magazine)

Genre: Science fiction, drama, romance, mystery

Paywall: After the one-week subscriber hold on new chapters, it’s always free to stream.

Bandcamp listing - stream for free, or pay to download the individual chapters.

Spica’s short side comics for Sparkler’s Cherry Bomb line (NSFW)

Stream and see illustrations on Sparkler Monthly, starting with Chapter 1 here. Download Chapter 1 transcript for the hearing impaired.

Staff:

Directed by: Rebecca Scoble
Written by: Tory Woollcott and Barabara
Art by: Angela Sham with guest art by HamletMachine (NSFW)
Edited by: Rebecca Scoble and Leah Waig

Cast:
Hina — Rielle Braid
Janelle — Jae Jae Lopez
Robbie — Jesse Hodson
Rosa — Annemieke Wade
Travis — Alex O’Shea
Seb — Adam Ford
Additional voices: Leena Erik-Soussi, Sharif E., Aya. 

Lianne: This has been a HUGE production for over a year, resulting in about 3 hours of fantastic audio so far (about 40 minutes left to go, coming out in the next few months). The answer to the mystery was just revealed in the most recent chapter (!), so if suspense drives you crazy, you can plow through most of it right now.

This is also the most diverse thing running in Sparkler Monthly right now - racially diverse characters dealing with poverty, disability, queerness, and parenthood, all in-between making dick jokes at each other and sobbing uncontrollably. IT’S GOT EVERYTHING.

When I dreamed about Sparkler Monthly doing audio dramas, I honestly didn’t expect our first one to come out this good. You should listen to it, seriously.