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tom-aiac:

piranhapunk:

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Twenty-five years and three days later, reality takes a tip from fiction and charts “Weird Al” Yankovic’s new album Mandatory Fun at number one, with over 100,000 sales during it’s first week. In his 31 year long career, with 14 studio albums to his name, this is the first time he’s hit the top- and the first comedy album by ANY artist to hit #1 since 1960! Congratulations, Al! image

My sincerest congrats to my hero ^-^

Ask me questions about these guys.

Heroes

Justice Girl

Black Thorn

Zebra Z

Miss Blizzard

Strange Animals

The Murder

Captain O

Mystery Mallard And Ducklet

Flightpath

Whoop-Ass Girl

Dr. Hypnos

Superplex

Soprano Boy

Luchaman #4

The Osirian

Particle Man

 

X-Tre-Men 8

Rattler

Wolf Spider

Klepto

Lightning Beetle

Combo

Termight

Junebug

Pop ‘n’ Lock

 

Villains

JG The Dancing Machine

Inkblot (Mr. Vaudeville)

Noodle Arms

Stretch

Slick

Slim

Devil’s Vine

The Masochist

Papa Colores

Lizard Wizard

Iganax, The Wizard Lizard

Graffiti

Six Shooter Kid and Lefty

Sky Shark

Blood Angel

Chaingun Charlie

Jack the Stripper

Ultimate Savage Animal

The Equestrian

The Shepherd

Killer-roo

Skull man

Triangle Man

Birdsong

Lucas Blow

AV Woman

Ultimo Rudo

 

imsirius:

DAN: When you do interviews, you’re faced with the choice to either be the most boring person on earth or just get ridiculous things written about you from time to time
JOSH HOROWITZ: Sometimes it might be good to be boring
DAN: It might be but I just get bored of myself

                                [Happy 25th Birthday Daniel Radcliffe! (23 July 1989)]

(Source: speakingameriky)

WORLD-BUILDING: Is it Wednesday already?

sephiramy:

Leave a number (or a few!) in my ask, get an answer!

CHARACTER-SPECIFIC
[please include a character’s name(s) along with question number when applicable!]

1.) Tell a bit about a main protagonist and a main antagonist? If your story doesn’t really have “good guys and bad guys”, tell about two characters with opposing viewpoints!
2.) Does [character] have any siblings?
3.) Tell a bit about [character]’s parents?
4.) What are some of [character]’s hobbies or interests?
5.) Is [character] lucky in love? Can you describe any of their past relationships?
6.) I know you’ve probably answered every favorite food question under the sun, but how about [character]’s favorite DRINK, DESSERT and SNACK?
7.) What are [character]’s pet peeves?
8.) If you had to pick three words to describe [character], you would choose:
9.) Can you list some traits you have in common with your cast? How about things that are completely different?
10.) Is there anything you can talk about from [character]’s childhood or younger years that was significant to their development?
11.) [Character]: Truth or Dare?
12.) Describe the relationship between [character] and [other character]? If it’s very spoiler-y, just tell what you can!
13.) This might seem an odd question, but are there any colors you affiliate with certain characters?
 

STORY ELEMENTS

14.) Are there any principal themes or messages in the narrative?
15.) How long have you been working on this story?
16.) If you could attribute one or two genres to your story, what would they be?
17.) Do you have a “pitch” worked out for this project? If so, let’s hear it! If not, there is no time like the present to come up with one…
18.) Are there any authors, artists, stories or other elements that have offered inspirations for this story?
 

ENVIRONMENT / CULTURE

19.) Is there a main place where your story takes place? If so, can you tell a little bit about it?
20.) Tell about a significant location in your setting - it can be a city, a country, or even a specific venue, home, etc.?
21.) Tell a bit about the different types of architecture in your story. Is it based on any existing styles, have you created new types of structures, or a mix?
22.) Do you have a favorite place in this world? It can, again, be a city, country, specific building, or anything else!
23.) How prominent are things like natural disasters? What types can occur?
24.) What are some of the predominant modes of transportation?
25.) Do your characters travel around the world or to a different place at any point in the story?
26.) Are different backgrounds or cultures explored at all, whether through characters or locations? This can include different fads, fashions or slang specific to an area.
27.) Does social hierarchy play a huge role, i.e. cliques, clubs, clans, or other specific groupings or separations of people?
28.) Is clothing or fashion (whether individual or regional) ever used to convey important information about a person or place?
29.) Is the environment a character in-and-of-itself in this story, or is it inconsequential as far as the focus of character relationships goes?
 

[strike through any of the following categories that do not apply to your story!]
 
FICTIONAL WORLD SETTINGS

30.) What kind of vegetation can be found in this world that might be considered unusual?
31.) Describe the seasons and weather?
32.) Are there special abilities, magic powers, or warped laws of physics in this world?
33.) What holidays are celebrated here?
34.) Are there any important political standards or practices?
35.) How about religious or spiritual beliefs?
 
 
REAL WORLD SETTINGS

36.) Is there a specific time period this story takes place in?
37.) What was it that drew you to a real world setting?
38.) Do you conduct lots of research for this setting, is it some place you are already familiar with, or is a vague enough locale to not require much background?
39.) Do you think it is more or less difficult to obey real world laws within a story?
 

SEMI-REAL WORLD SETTINGS

40.) What are the main differences between your setting and the real world?
41.) Conversely, what are the main similarities?
42.) If super-powers, magic or other abilities are part of what sets this world apart from real world, can you describe a few?
43.) Is your story an alternate past / alternate future / alternate universe / or something else entirely?
 

owlerart:

Show to friends who ask what Kill La Kill is about…

dejacoendou:

hey-doesnt-he-rap:

chicken-nuggets-galore:

Do twins have the same sized dick?

now we’re asking the real questions

As a twin, I can say my dick is definitely bigger than my sister’s.

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(Source: chicken-nuggets-galore)

I’m currently going insane on Twitter right now.

Care to join me?

TMI TUESDAY CONTINUES!

wtfmanga:

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Back from work! let’s keep this party going! Send more of those asks my way!