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  1. A page from my one of my earliest purchases, Captain America issue #167 (1973), featuring Falcon (and his “woman”) and Peggy and Sharon Carter. Continuity back then had Cap being frozen only a couple of decades so Peggy was still thinking she and Cap would be together. Meanwhile, Cap was making time with her younger sister, Sharon (who was later retconned to be her niece).
Both Peggy and Sharon are in Captain America: The Winter Soldier but without this soap opera dynamic.

    A page from my one of my earliest purchases, Captain America issue #167 (1973), featuring Falcon (and his “woman”) and Peggy and Sharon Carter. Continuity back then had Cap being frozen only a couple of decades so Peggy was still thinking she and Cap would be together. Meanwhile, Cap was making time with her younger sister, Sharon (who was later retconned to be her niece).

    Both Peggy and Sharon are in Captain America: The Winter Soldier but without this soap opera dynamic.

  2. ☛ #14: You're in Second Grade and Your Ass is Still in First

    turningthiscararound:

    Other people’s kids. The worst, right?

  3. When friends and family ask what my son is into these days, I usually tell them Minecraft. It’s not surprising that a 10-year-old would like to play video games, and people have usually heard of Minecraft, so there’s usually some nodding of recognition. What I don’t tell them is that while he does certainly play Minecraft, he’s also really into watching people play Minecraft on YouTube. You tell people without a 10-year-old that and you’ll find there’s less recognition and more concerned stares.

    Attention Mining — The Magazine

    I wrote about the incredible success of Minecraft YouTube videos for The Magazine and you can read it for free if you like that kind of thing.

  4. brianmichaelbendis:

    Original covers by John Byrne from Space: 1999 #3-6, published by Charlton Comics, March-September, 1976.

    God, this makes me so angry. I owned these issues of Space: 1999. And I sold them along with a huge amount of my collection for a pittance. A pittance we ended up spending all of at a birthday dinner for a friend. She invited us and her ex-boyfriend to dinner at a nice steak place. He thought he was there to get back together with her and was pissed we were there. The whole meal was miserable.

    Unlike that art which is gorgeous, possibly the best work Byrne has ever done.

    It was 20 years ago and I’m still furious over this.

  5. kamikame-cosplay:

Funny Ryuu Lavitz. Big bowl of chicken ramen for Harley!

Harley Quinn cosplayer eating ramen, for Seoulbrother.

    kamikame-cosplay:

    Funny Ryuu LavitzBig bowl of chicken ramen for Harley!

    Harley Quinn cosplayer eating ramen, for Seoulbrother.

  6. ☛ Seth's Blog: The debilitating myth of musical chairs

    Seth Godin didn’t have a chair. You won’t believe how he turned it into a parable about the new economy next!

    (via Matt Alexander)

  7. everythinginthesky:

    World Order - “Have a nice day”

    Watch this. Are you watching this? Watch this.

    Just a reminder about World Order frontman, Genki Sudo:

    Sudo is a retired mixed martial artist and a kickboxer who, until December 31, 2006 competed in the Japanese fighting organization HERO’S and before that, the Ultimate Fighting Championship and Pancrase. He is notable for his elaborate ring entrances[4] and unorthodox fighting style.[5] His philosophy is “We are all one.”[6] He is a practicing Buddhist.[7] Signature moves include the flying triangle and spinning backfist.

    So… what have you done today?

    Yeah, I know, it’s only 9:00 AM.

  8. ☛ Every Conference Call Ever (with tweets) · swilliams · Storify

    Who just joined?

  9. camh:


Welcome to the future.
Turn your hand over dummy, you have an email.
Why are you looking at your watch while you’re holding your goddamn phone you dipshit. Look at your phone. Not the watch. The phone.
Fine. Be that way. Touch the watch with your only hand without technology. Consider buying another phone for your non-phone hand. Perhaps it’s lonely without a phone to hold.
You recorded this with your Google Glass, didn’t you?
Why am I even asking, of course you did.

    camh:

    Welcome to the future.

    Turn your hand over dummy, you have an email.

    Why are you looking at your watch while you’re holding your goddamn phone you dipshit. Look at your phone. Not the watch. The phone.

    Fine. Be that way. Touch the watch with your only hand without technology. Consider buying another phone for your non-phone hand. Perhaps it’s lonely without a phone to hold.

    You recorded this with your Google Glass, didn’t you?

    Why am I even asking, of course you did.

  10. The fun we have with our different socioeconomic backgrounds

    • Me:
      The stove's beeping.

    • Karen:
      Oh.

    • Me:
      I mean the oven. I mix those words up a lot.

    • Karen:
      I think everyone does. Probably because they used to be the same thing. Stove with an oven underneath.

    • Me:
      Ours were separate.

    • Karen:
      Oh, of course. How nice.

    • Me:
      Yeah. In separate rooms. We had the oven room. And then the stove room...

    • [Karen walks out]