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Godzilla and King Gidorrah, by Eric Rewitzer

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Today’s the day. The day you help save the internet from being ruined.


Yes, you are, and we’re ready to help you.

(Long story short: The FCC is about to make a critical decision as to whether or not internet service providers have to treat all traffic equally. If they choose wrong, then the internet where anyone can start a website for any reason at all, the internet that’s been so momentous, funny, weird, and surprising—that internet could cease to exist. Here’s your chance to preserve a beautiful thing.)


Spanish street artist Pejac (previously featured here) isn’t content with using details as inspiration for enhancing the urban landscape. He’s also used the windows inside his own home to create playful works of art, including a recent tribute to the 40th anniversary of French high-wire artist Philippe Petit’s legendary walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City.

"Back in 2011, when he was living in Valencia, surrounded by surveillance cameras and without curtains to protect his privacy, Pejac started experimenting with paper and acrylic works on glass. He shared a couple of these earlier works with us, photographed by Paco Esteve. Feeling exposed and trapped inside his home, he started creating these as a way of fighting this lack of privacy. By using the view from his house as a backdrop for these miniature works, he created little urban art pieces in privacy of his living room."

Head over to Hi-Fructose for additional process photos.

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Batman Films - Opening Credits

Batman (1943) (Movie Serial)

Batman and Robin (1949) (Movie Serial)

Batman The Movie (1966)

Batman (1989)

Batman Returns (1992)

Batman Mask of the Phantasm (1993)

Batman Forever (1995)

Batman & Robin (1997)

Batman Begins (2005)

The Dark Knight (2008) 

The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

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Gustave Doré, The Monkey and the Dolphin, 1870


Gustave Doré, The Monkey and the Dolphin, 1870

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xombiedirge: Adventure Time #32 Variant… - en We Heart It.


xombiedirge: Adventure Time #32 Variant… - en We Heart It.

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Ho’néhevotoomáhe (Chief Wolf Robe), Southern Cheyenne.



Brand new episode of Tropes vs Women is online! Please heed the content warning on this video. It contains some especially triggering scenes of sexual violence.

This is important for so many reasons, the main being that violence and abuse towards women is so normalized in our culture that it is EVERYWHERE, and even more so in a creative venue who’s users ARE WOMEN—and outnumber the percentage of teen boys who game.

In talking to several male friends (and seeing multiple comments online), a big proposed “solution” is letting the company know what kind of games are wanted/unwanted with your wallet. AKA…if I don’t like what’s happening in these games, I shouldn’t buy them. And I understand that point of view, honestly, I do. But at the same time, using that logic…the pool I have to choose from regarding comics/video games is incredibly shallow. I’m playing Fallout: New Vegas right now, and I’m having fun—but at the same time, I pretty much know that at some point I will be treated to sexualized female bullshit abuse. I like first/third person RPGs with a real time battle system. Realistically, what are my options? Because this option sounds like “if you don’t like it, look the other direction.” And isn’t that how we’ve been treating REAL LIFE violence and abuse towards women for too long???

But speaking of those teenage boys… that’s even more horrifying. There are still a LOT of young kids/boys playing these games. And it’s not like they’re waiting til they’re 18 to play games like Grand Theft Auto, Hitman, Red Dead Redemption, etc. My little brother played RDR when he was maybe 15? And this is the representation they have, and what they view as normal and fun because THATS WHATS BEING PRESENTED AS NORMAL AND FUN TO THEM. Then they grow up and say “…what’s the big deal?”

I guess I’ll just play Skyrim forever.


Ansel Olson

The Kiss, Kelly Mark, 2007


The Kiss, Kelly Mark, 2007

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