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kawaiikisses88:

Since everyone else at the meet-up has uploaded their photos with Fanny Rosie, here are mine! It was windy that day so posing for photos was difficult at times lol. I thought this candid photo was cute :)

Photo taken by trumie-chan

Oh, I love that second picture! <3

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fehyesvintagemanga:

Kanna Sachiko — Hatsukoi Megane

fehyesvintagemanga:

Kanna Sachiko — Hatsukoi Megane




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jprok:

Doctor Light and Mega Man X
Watercolor and India Ink on Arches 300lb Cold Press Paper
Apparently this was a runner up in Archie’s Mega Man Dawn of X Contest!I win comics! Woo!

jprok:

Doctor Light and Mega Man X

Watercolor and India Ink on Arches 300lb Cold Press Paper


Apparently this was a runner up in Archie’s Mega Man Dawn of X Contest!
I win comics! Woo!

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inarina:

I drew this during the blackout 
no I dont actually know whats going on ha….ha……………..

inarina:

I drew this during the blackout 

no I dont actually know whats going on ha….ha……………..

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Hilarious out of context comic book panels

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kittycaspa:

Meeeooow! My name is Casper and I am a 2-4 year old male Balinese cat… At least that’s what I think I am… You see, I have had a rough past few weeks. My name used to be Mee Shu and up until a few weeks ago, I was living happily with my first family. They moved away and left me with the neighbors to find me a new home. The neighbors were great but they had a full house already with two dogs and a young daughter to take care of. Yesterday, I was taken away from the neighbors and brought to a new house with a new mom and dad plus my new french bulldog brother, Rusko. They gave me a new name, Casper, because I am friendly, grey, and was re-homed the day after Halloween. I am stressed out from all of the changes and have been hiding since I got here. I am a very sweet boy though and love getting scratches on the head. I think I will really enjoy this place once I get used to everything. :)

kittycaspa:

Meeeooow! My name is Casper and I am a 2-4 year old male Balinese cat… At least that’s what I think I am… You see, I have had a rough past few weeks. My name used to be Mee Shu and up until a few weeks ago, I was living happily with my first family. They moved away and left me with the neighbors to find me a new home. The neighbors were great but they had a full house already with two dogs and a young daughter to take care of. Yesterday, I was taken away from the neighbors and brought to a new house with a new mom and dad plus my new french bulldog brother, Rusko. They gave me a new name, Casper, because I am friendly, grey, and was re-homed the day after Halloween. I am stressed out from all of the changes and have been hiding since I got here. I am a very sweet boy though and love getting scratches on the head. I think I will really enjoy this place once I get used to everything. :)




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justmakeitstop:

gabydunn:

OH HEY EVERY DAY OF MY LIFE 
ARE YOU KIDDING

Let me tell you a story, ya’ll. 
I like comic books. I don’t read “regular” comic books because they’re just not particularly my thing. But I’ve been into the Sandman graphic novels since the mid 90’s and from there spun out to include series like Johnny The Homicidal Maniac (swoon, Jhonen Vasquez), Gloom Cookie, Nail Bunny, Love &amp; Rockets, etc. Currently I read Lumber Janes and Sex Criminals. I’ve also picked up some of the Ms. Marvel issues but haven’t had a chance to read them. 
I say “I’ve also picked up” but what I mean is “I’ve asked my husband to put them in his pull box and make him pick them up” because I am exceptionally uncomfortable in comic shops now. 
Back in the day when I was part of role playing campaigns for Vampire, The Masquerade and Changling I would regularly frequent our local comic shop in Anchorage, Alaska. Nearly EVERY time I was in the shop, even after I had female friends who worked there, I was treated like either a) a criminal or b) some kind of super spy sent to bring down the Male Comic Nerd. 
I have been “tested” by real geek boys, I’ve had my likes called into question, I’ve been told that I can’t really say I read comic books because I don’t read the “real” comics. I’ve been told I’m too feminine to be in a comic shop and on one really unfortunate occasion I had a male customer slap my ass and tell me that I wasn’t welcome in the shop unless I was in a slave Leia costume. To the store’s credit, the owner happened to be there when it happened and he straight shut that shit down. 
We only had one comic shop in Anchorage when I was growing up. I stopped going. 
Every few years I try a new shop. The first one I went into in Vegas, 10 years ago now, I was told by the male counter jockey that the “girl comics” where in the back as I was walking in the door. I don’t know what a girl comic is but I was there looking for new series to get into and I ended up just turning around and leaving. 
The last time I was in a comic shop was about a year ago right after I moved back to Vegas. Thankfully I was there for an event because one of my nearest and dearest friends writes and publishes indie comics. So I was in an exceptionally welcoming environment and at no point was I disregarded as “fake” anything. 
That said, in real life interactions, I’ve been CONSTANTLY tested and heckled by Real Geek Boys to make sure I’m legit. I don’t play along. I just stop talking to them. The minute someone asks me to recite the list of nerdy things I’m into and then immediately asks me for obscure trivia about them I just shut down. 
It has not pushed me out of liking the things I like, but it has made me real not stoked on participating in the same spaces that are mostly male dominated because this behavior is so gross. And also depending on whether I’ll be alone or not, doesn’t feel particularly safe. 
So, in conclusion, Andy Clement: go fuck yourself. This shit is real. Women are telling you about their experiences. Shut the fuck up and listen. 

justmakeitstop:

gabydunn:

OH HEY EVERY DAY OF MY LIFE 

ARE YOU KIDDING

Let me tell you a story, ya’ll. 

I like comic books. I don’t read “regular” comic books because they’re just not particularly my thing. But I’ve been into the Sandman graphic novels since the mid 90’s and from there spun out to include series like Johnny The Homicidal Maniac (swoon, Jhonen Vasquez), Gloom Cookie, Nail Bunny, Love & Rockets, etc. Currently I read Lumber Janes and Sex Criminals. I’ve also picked up some of the Ms. Marvel issues but haven’t had a chance to read them. 

I say “I’ve also picked up” but what I mean is “I’ve asked my husband to put them in his pull box and make him pick them up” because I am exceptionally uncomfortable in comic shops now. 

Back in the day when I was part of role playing campaigns for Vampire, The Masquerade and Changling I would regularly frequent our local comic shop in Anchorage, Alaska. Nearly EVERY time I was in the shop, even after I had female friends who worked there, I was treated like either a) a criminal or b) some kind of super spy sent to bring down the Male Comic Nerd. 

I have been “tested” by real geek boys, I’ve had my likes called into question, I’ve been told that I can’t really say I read comic books because I don’t read the “real” comics. I’ve been told I’m too feminine to be in a comic shop and on one really unfortunate occasion I had a male customer slap my ass and tell me that I wasn’t welcome in the shop unless I was in a slave Leia costume. To the store’s credit, the owner happened to be there when it happened and he straight shut that shit down. 

We only had one comic shop in Anchorage when I was growing up. I stopped going. 

Every few years I try a new shop. The first one I went into in Vegas, 10 years ago now, I was told by the male counter jockey that the “girl comics” where in the back as I was walking in the door. I don’t know what a girl comic is but I was there looking for new series to get into and I ended up just turning around and leaving. 

The last time I was in a comic shop was about a year ago right after I moved back to Vegas. Thankfully I was there for an event because one of my nearest and dearest friends writes and publishes indie comics. So I was in an exceptionally welcoming environment and at no point was I disregarded as “fake” anything. 

That said, in real life interactions, I’ve been CONSTANTLY tested and heckled by Real Geek Boys to make sure I’m legit. I don’t play along. I just stop talking to them. The minute someone asks me to recite the list of nerdy things I’m into and then immediately asks me for obscure trivia about them I just shut down. 

It has not pushed me out of liking the things I like, but it has made me real not stoked on participating in the same spaces that are mostly male dominated because this behavior is so gross. And also depending on whether I’ll be alone or not, doesn’t feel particularly safe. 

So, in conclusion, Andy Clement: go fuck yourself. This shit is real. Women are telling you about their experiences. Shut the fuck up and listen. 

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fehyesvintagemanga:

Satonaka Machiko — Lala Heart

fehyesvintagemanga:

Satonaka Machiko — Lala Heart




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edwardian-time-machine:

Edwardian platinum, seed pearl and diamond pendant-necklace with a removable medallion drop, circa 1900. 
Pictured right is Lily Elsie wearing a similar necklace.
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edwardian-time-machine:

Edwardian platinum, seed pearl and diamond pendant-necklace with a removable medallion drop, circa 1900. 

Pictured right is Lily Elsie wearing a similar necklace.

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fripperiesandfobs:

Godey’s Lady’s Book, April 1864 via the Internet Archive

fripperiesandfobs:

Godey’s Lady’s Book, April 1864 via the Internet Archive

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vixyish:

maswartz:

I honestly think people forget that the church and state are supposed to be separate. Give me one non-religious reason against same sex marriage. One non-religious reason against stem cell research. One non-religious reason against safe abortions. Go ahead.

I’ve been saying this for YEARS.

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