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Oct 1
It was sold in a pretty box i couldn’t resist ! #booty #avengers

It was sold in a pretty box i couldn’t resist ! #booty #avengers

I did a thing #booty #avengers

I did a thing #booty #avengers

John Hurt speaking about SebStan to the girl “you wish he was yours” don’t we all ?

Labyrinth cheesy little romance is suddenly very interesting thanks to SebStan cute face :p #imcheesytoo

I’m so excited for Agent Carter it’s not funny anymore. Female badass lead during and after WW2 dealing with crazy alien shit while fonduing :p

Having a soft heart in a cruel world is courage, not weakness.

- Katherine Henson (via wordsnquotes)

michaelallanleonard:

Jack ‘King’ Kirby returns home from World War II in March, 1945, a little over four years after he and Joe Simon drew Captain America slugging Adolf Hitler on the cover of Captain America #1.
Kirby was drafted into the U.S. Army on June 7th, 1943, and served in Company F of the 11th Infantry Division.  Jack arrived on Omaha Beach, Normandy, on August 23, 1944, two months after D-Day, and was assigned the dangerous duty of a reconnaissance scout, according to Jack, by a lieutenant who realized who he was, what he did for a living, and didn’t think highly of him because of it.
Jack nearly had his legs amputated in a London hospital after a severe case of frostbite during the winter of 1944, but made a full recovery. He received a Combat Infantry Badge, Rhineland G0 40 WD45 Campaign Ribbon, and European African Middle Eastern Theatre Ribbon with One Bronze Battle Star for his service in World War II.
The co-creator of Captain America, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Nick Fury, and the Avengers (just to name a few) had plenty of experience to draw from when it came to fighting the good fight and helping to save the world. 

michaelallanleonard:

Jack ‘King’ Kirby returns home from World War II in March, 1945, a little over four years after he and Joe Simon drew Captain America slugging Adolf Hitler on the cover of Captain America #1.

Kirby was drafted into the U.S. Army on June 7th, 1943, and served in Company F of the 11th Infantry Division.  Jack arrived on Omaha Beach, Normandy, on August 23, 1944, two months after D-Day, and was assigned the dangerous duty of a reconnaissance scout, according to Jack, by a lieutenant who realized who he was, what he did for a living, and didn’t think highly of him because of it.

Jack nearly had his legs amputated in a London hospital after a severe case of frostbite during the winter of 1944, but made a full recovery. He received a Combat Infantry Badge, Rhineland G0 40 WD45 Campaign Ribbon, and European African Middle Eastern Theatre Ribbon with One Bronze Battle Star for his service in World War II.

The co-creator of Captain America, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Nick Fury, and the Avengers (just to name a few) had plenty of experience to draw from when it came to fighting the good fight and helping to save the world. 

vulcsmash:

george takei is a gift to humanity

Where the Wild Things Are [2009] directed by Spike Jonze

Happiness isn’t always the best way to be happy.

(Source: alanprickman)

#this bodes well for the show
#this bodes well for the show

(Source: amuseoffyre)