Comic Geek Girl


My own little corner of the net for geeking over comics, cartoons, fanart, articles, and news that might interest the geek in all of us. Also, I made the mistake of watching Supernatural as a result of tumblr and my is ruined, as is this blog.

Theme by Miguel - Art by Diana
    • mother: I think the baby is trying to say its first word!
    • baby: d-d-d
    • mother: what is it, sweetie? dadda? are you saying dadda?
    • baby: d-d-dracarys
    • [a dragon screeches and sets everything on fire]

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  1. ixilecter:

    Interviewer: It was nice that you had [Will’s dog] Winston as the moral compass in that scene, refusing to participate!

    Bryan Fuller: [Laughs] He’s like, ‘There is some f**ked up shit going on in that house right now. You might wanna have a drink before you go in there’.

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  2. (Source: katanechan)

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  3. fagbarbie:

    *doesn’t have internet access for a week*


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  4. thirteenfunbreaker:






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  5. madameatomicbomb:


    This is a real panda
    China has this “panda diplomacy” and this one will be sent to Japan as an friendship envoy. For the safety reason he sits as a passenger with his feeder, not in a cage. Fastening the seat belt, wearing a diaper, eating bamboos

    God, I hope that’s a real panda. I do not want to get stuck on a plane next to a Furry.

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  6. cumbermelikecrazy:

Isn’t it just GREAT that we can all recognize who this is, peeking out?


    Isn’t it just GREAT that we can all recognize who this is, peeking out?

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  7. castiel-is-a-bluebird:



i’m just gonna leave it here because i think it shows a pretty significant difference

#a lesson in shock at a friend being hurt and rage at a husband being injured #brought to you by tfw (x)

This is beautiful




    i’m just gonna leave it here because i think it shows a pretty significant difference


    This is beautiful

    (Source: closertoblasphemy)

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  8. herbgardening:


This is perfect.




    This is perfect.


    (Source: treerings-sing)

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  9. metaneira:

    A few months ago I was playing World of Warcraft — as is my wont — and was mindlessly listing gemstones in the auction house. Though I usually try to ignore the in-game chat channels, I couldn’t help but notice one shaman asking for help with his gear. Now, if you’ve ever been on the internet before, you may know that asking even reasonable questions to a group of anonymous people will likely result in some or all of the following: insults, incorrect answers, deliberately false answers, and more insults. The shaman was asking what sort of gear he needed to play his character with a particular specialization (shaman can be either healers or they can deal damage via melee attacks or spellcasting). His questions weren’t being answered and people were mocking his spelling. The shaman apologized, saying he was a 79 year old man and didn’t type very well. The people in the chat channel then mocked him for this.

    I looked up the shaman’s gear and found he was wearing a hodgepodge of items that weren’t itemized very well for his intended role (a melee damage-dealer). I bought him several pieces of gear off the auction house and mailed it to his character along with a note with a few tips. I also told him if he ever had any questions, he could ask me at any time.

    I got an in-game mail back from him later that day. He said that it’s hard for him to play this game since the younger players don’t have patience for him. He never learned to type in school and his reflexes were slower. “I went through Korea and Vietnam and they were good enough then to keep me alive,” he wrote. He thanked me for helping him and for changing his mind about his fellow players.

    Now, whenever I get frustrated with a player who isn’t playing well, I just imagine that the character is being played by my own Korean war veteran grandfather, who will be 83 this summer. I keep checking back on my little shaman friend. He only has two more levels before he hits the level-cap. I think I’ll buy him a present for when he does.

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  11. bloodbending:

    if aang had seen that dude sporting a bison cape he would have been launched into the stratosphere in less than .0006 seconds

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  12. burdenedwithgloriousassbutt:

    (Source: katewinslet)

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  13. avengers annual 001 (2014)

    (Source: luvgrease99)

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  14. knightwinchster:

    after everything she did for you three?

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