Back off lady, I've been drinking with skeletons.

my name is tres. I go to VCU.
I write comics, short stories, and screenplays and must be stopped at all cost.
i'm also an editor with vcu comics.

i like coffee, batman, giant monsters, wrestling, and the muppets

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Aug 20
rocket + bellyrubs #rocketcam

rocket + bellyrubs #rocketcam


door:

This, by the way, is the cast of the Sixth Gun show that never made it past a pilot and sometimes I think about it and get so damn sad.


PEDRO PASCAL WAS DRAKE SINCLAIR?!?!?!?!?!?!

….


?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

door:

This, by the way, is the cast of the Sixth Gun show that never made it past a pilot and sometimes I think about it and get so damn sad.

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PEDRO PASCAL WAS DRAKE SINCLAIR?!?!?!?!?!?!

….

?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

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rejectedjokes:

Some wonderful person has posted the EXTENDED NEVER BEFORE SEEN BONUS Rodney Waber clip from last year’s Comedy Bang Bang TV show with America’s Sweetheart Anna Kendrick and Scott Aukerman. In this episode, I play Rodney Waber, publicist to Harrison Ford who by mistake thought Scott wanted him on the show instead of Harrison. I forgot the last sixty seconds of this ever happened. We finally unlock the secret to When Harry Met Sally’s famous deli scene.

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE STUFF THAT MADE IT TO AIR


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bloodycowards:

Today is the 11th anniversary of ‘You mad?’

Bill is still mad.

(via samhumphries)


It’s been a very difficult and confusing summer, especially over the last couple of weeks.  Last night, amidst walking around campus trying to make sense of everything that’s happened, I found myself compelled to pick up this book again.  I first read The Ocean at the End of the Lane almost exactly a year ago and it affected me tremendously.  I read about 2/3 of it last night and will probably have more to say on it when I’m done but reading it again, I realized that I’ve never really left that story.  It’s a book that swallows you whole and never lets go.  Anybody who is pursuing creativity as a career, especially one that involves any form of storytelling, owes it to themselves to read this book and be reminded of how important stories and the people that tell them are.  I would warn you ahead of time that this book offers very few concrete answers.  It simply is.  It exists as it does and there’s no need for it to do more than it does in its minimal page count.  The Ocean at the End of the Lane is a jigsaw puzzle with pieces missing, and the readers must use pieces of themselves to fill in the blanks and decide what it all means.

But read it.  You’ll be better in every way for it.

It’s been a very difficult and confusing summer, especially over the last couple of weeks.  Last night, amidst walking around campus trying to make sense of everything that’s happened, I found myself compelled to pick up this book again.  I first read The Ocean at the End of the Lane almost exactly a year ago and it affected me tremendously.  I read about 2/3 of it last night and will probably have more to say on it when I’m done but reading it again, I realized that I’ve never really left that story.  It’s a book that swallows you whole and never lets go.  Anybody who is pursuing creativity as a career, especially one that involves any form of storytelling, owes it to themselves to read this book and be reminded of how important stories and the people that tell them are.  I would warn you ahead of time that this book offers very few concrete answers.  It simply is.  It exists as it does and there’s no need for it to do more than it does in its minimal page count.  The Ocean at the End of the Lane is a jigsaw puzzle with pieces missing, and the readers must use pieces of themselves to fill in the blanks and decide what it all means.

But read it.  You’ll be better in every way for it.


nada-elgohari:

"Nobody looks like what they really are on the inside. You don’t. I don’t. People are much more complicated than that. It’s true of everybody.” - Neil Gaiman, (The Ocean at the End of the Lane)

I haven’t read a single page of Dylan Dog and I still think this is one of the most beautiful pieces of sequential storytelling I’ve ever seen.

nada-elgohari:

"Nobody looks like what they really are on the inside. You don’t. I don’t. People are much more complicated than that. It’s true of everybody.” - Neil Gaiman, (The Ocean at the End of the Lane)

I haven’t read a single page of Dylan Dog and I still think this is one of the most beautiful pieces of sequential storytelling I’ve ever seen.


“I’m definitely Pro-Selfie. I think that anybody who’s Anti-Selfie is really just a hater. Because, truthfully, why shouldn’t people take pictures of themselves ? When I’m on Instagram and I see that somebody took a picture of themselves, I’m like ‘Thank You’.
I don’t need to see a picture of the sky, the trees, plants. There’s only one you.
I could Google image search ‘the sky’ and I would probably see beautiful images to knock my socks off. But I can’t google, you know ‘what does my friend look like today?’
For you to be able to take a picture of yourself that you feel good enough about to share with the world - I think that’s a great thing”
Ezra Koenig being the most adorable human being ever (via unmaiden)

(via lsdzeppelin)


neil-gaiman:

…and if you are wondering why Amanda would write a book about asking, this is why.


beeishappy:

Phillip Agnew of The Dream Defenders. The Dream Defenders is a human rights organization that’s building leadership and power among young people of colour to challenge racism in their communities.Phillip Agnew on All In

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