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lifeonmars70s:

Jack O’Halloran, Terence Stamp and Sarah Douglas in Superman II

lifeonmars70s:

Jack O’Halloran, Terence Stamp and Sarah Douglas in Superman II

lifeonmars70s:

Jaws (1975)

lifeonmars70s:

Jaws (1975)

All ages. True story.

In stores and on ComiXology today!

In stores and on ComiXology today!

onepanel:

Kryptonite Handbook!
May 1983

onepanel:

Kryptonite Handbook!

May 1983

To celebrate our brand new AW YEAH COMICS! page on ComiXology (and the digital release of issue 7!) we’re having a 99 cent sale!

"The Flint Local 432 is an all-ages, substance free, non-profit music and arts venue located in Flint, MI. Help us improve our space!"

I cut my musical teeth in Flint, MI, where there was a supportive environment the likes of which I haven’t encountered since. The Local has done so much for so many wayward punks, goths, synth heads, weirdos, and mutts since the 80’s. If you can chip in a couple bucks, it’s a good thing.

Once a punk, always a punk.

lifeonmars70s:

Cristina Marsillach in Opera, 1987, Dario Argento

lifeonmars70s:

Cristina Marsillach in Opera, 1987, Dario Argento

cullenbunn:

Important Comic Books, Part 1 - MICRONAUTS #7
I’ve said many times that this is the comic book that made me LOVE comics. I had read many comics, but something about this one (purchased at a small grocery store that shared shopping center space with my dad’s business) really captured my imagination. I read it dozens of times that first day. There was such a sense of epic world-building that just floored me. The cover remains one of my favorites. Despite the awesomeness of Man-Thing, it was Acroyear and Bug facing that giant snake that lured me in.

cullenbunn:

Important Comic Books, Part 1 - MICRONAUTS #7

I’ve said many times that this is the comic book that made me LOVE comics. I had read many comics, but something about this one (purchased at a small grocery store that shared shopping center space with my dad’s business) really captured my imagination. I read it dozens of times that first day. There was such a sense of epic world-building that just floored me. The cover remains one of my favorites. Despite the awesomeness of Man-Thing, it was Acroyear and Bug facing that giant snake that lured me in.