“Grace Helbig is one of the funniest, most creative beings on this damn planet and if you don’t read her book and enjoy the crap out of it you simply hate wonderful things.”

— Chris Hardwick on Grace’s Guide (via happyhelbig)

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11:13 pm  •  18 September 2014  •  1,871 notes

stopdreamingstarttrolling:

he just can’t let it go

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10:58 pm  •  18 September 2014  •  72,582 notes

Ben Wyatt: Human Disaster

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10:57 pm  •  18 September 2014  •  17,229 notes

marysuepoots:

WHO THE FUCK BROKE RULE NUMBER ONE OF THIS FUCKING FANDOM

10:56 pm  •  18 September 2014  •  215 notes

teamrocketing:

role model

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7:51 pm  •  18 September 2014  •  182,142 notes

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7:18 pm  •  18 September 2014  •  85,558 notes

TO DEFEAT. THE HUNS.

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7:16 pm  •  18 September 2014  •  455 notes

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6:39 pm  •  18 September 2014  •  4,472 notes

bikinipowerbottom:

im not ashamed to admit that id let 26 year old Joe Biden hit it

bikinipowerbottom:

im not ashamed to admit that id let 26 year old Joe Biden hit it

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11:08 pm  •  17 September 2014  •  62,141 notes

“The people around you are you. They share your history. They can even write it with you. And when you lose one, there’s no doubt you lose some of yourself, however they’re lost.”

— Danny Wallace, Charlotte Street (via random-mes)

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10:59 pm  •  16 September 2014  •  11 notes

I was watching the Avengers when...
mom: is it even legal to have six Marvel characters in the same film?
me: duh, it's in the Constitution
mom: lol, where does it say that?
me: FREEDOM TO ASSEMBLE

10:57 pm  •  16 September 2014  •  46,116 notes

poopflow:

im so glad he exists

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10:52 pm  •  16 September 2014  •  177,684 notes

oncedeadliesmith:

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10:46 pm  •  16 September 2014  •  76,319 notes

It’s the power of “The Odd Couple!” I’m writing this series a little bit differently, the scripts look like a comic script, but spiritually they are multi-camera sitcom scripts. For the uninitiated, that would be like “Seinfeld,” or “Frasier,” not “Arrested Development” or “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” What it means for the comic is that I’m trying to keep the locations grounded. Wade, Kate and Clint will interact with S.H.I.E.L.D., but not up in the sky on the helicarrier — it will be down on the ground. Clint’s apartment is Jerry’s apartment. We’re all hanging out there. There are running jokes, surprise visitors, and because it’s Deadpool and Hawkeye — corpses, brainwashed drones, a Macguffin, and hopefully lots of fun and action. You can do that kind of stuff as long as you remember to ground it. There are very real stakes for the Marvel Universe.

As much as I want to have fun with the wide-screen action that Kate, Clint and Wade experience, I also want to stick around for the scene after the danger is over — the part at the end of “Die Hard” where everyone is hanging around Nakatomi Plaza and talking about what a crazy night that was. I love that stuff. “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” is another movie that I return to a lot. It’s such great writing, and filmmaking. If my scripts end up being no good, but I aimed for those kinds of experiences, I can sleep at night.

The Statue Of Liberty can only be tipped over once. After that, writers have to find new ways of exciting people. It’s a fun challenge to come up with bigger action set pieces, Deadpool killing Ultimatum’s Air-Carrier is a good example (and one that seems to have long term consequences, at least until recently). The big fight between Clint and Wade that trashes Clint’s place happens off-panel between the first two issues. That made me laugh. The “Versus” of our title is still there in spirit. They’re in conflict basically every panel of the series. [Editor] Sana Amanat has been wonderful to work with, and very supportive of some ideas most editors wouldn’t want to lean into in a big mini-series like this. [Artist] Matteo Lolli, [colorist] Cris Peter and all the folks working on the book are having a lot of fun, and I think that’s translating into a fun comic. It’s all I could want.

The reaction to issue #0 was very gratifying. Seeing panels up on Tumblr with over a hundred thousand comments and reblogs is something new to me. Hawkeye and Deadpool have very different universes/fan bases/morals — that’s why they work — cause they shouldn’t. All this is a very long way of saying, in a comic where anything can happen, it’s been fun leave the 70MM lens off the camera and go in close. Thanks to the fans of both for supporting this series. [Matt] Fraction and his collaborators have struck gold every time out with character driven pieces in Hawkeye. (Boy, am I going to miss that book, but wow, am I excited to have it on my shelf forever.) I’m grateful that those same fans seem to be enjoying our Odd Couple.

— Gerry Duggan, on his approach to writing Hawkeye vs. Deadpool (via fuckyeahavengingarcher)

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10:45 pm  •  16 September 2014  •  64 notes

THERE’S NOT EVEN ANY WIND INDOORS, HIS COAT JUST DOES THAT OUT OF RESPECT

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9:12 pm  •  16 September 2014  •  25,991 notes