the start of vengines
Melissa. Dutch, kind of an asshole, really fucking tired of cazadores.
ha i wish

A lot of Marvel Comics, Supernatural, video games, Breaking Bad, The Boondock Saints and The Walking Dead. I mostly tag my shit. I think. 
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kofukuebisus:

when a friend asks u about something that youre obsessed with

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reyesrobbies:

would you and the car like a moment alone, robbie

noahbodie:

Amazing Spider-Man #678 cover artwork by Mike del Mundo

noahbodie:

Amazing Spider-Man #678 cover artwork by Mike del Mundo

KH CHALLENGE | day 4: make a gifset of an emotional scene

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Aiden Pearce - Exclusive Outfits

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redcell6:

Agent Venom by Marco Checchetto

redcell6:

Agent Venom by Marco Checchetto

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Original Sin #0

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notevenwinded:

Flash Thompson being adorable in Guardians of the Galaxy #14

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winchesterboysss:

12/50 pictures of Jensen Ackles

I remember.

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Hank’s death. Walt telling Jesse the truth about Jane. Skyler telling Flynn the truth about Walt. Todd forcing Jesse to cook. That dreadful knife fight. Rather than dissect each one of these tragedies—and that is exactly what they are—I can’t stop thinking about how this episode works as a condemnation of Walt, even as he sacrificed his money and his family. Remember, Walt defended everything he did with a simple idea: His family needed a nest egg. That idea corrupted the suburban ideal of masculinity—a man provides for his family—into a justification for awful things. At times, Breaking Bad made you sympathize with Walt’s motives. What man wouldn’t do anything to protect his family? But Walt has protected nothing. When his wife and son are cowering from him in his own home, can he still claim to be a father? A husband? A man? “What the hell is wrong with you?” he says, moments before stealing his newborn child from her mother. “We’re a family. We’re a family.”

Chris Heller, The Atlantic (via timetoputonashow)

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these kids these days don’t known our struggle

these kids these days don’t known our struggle

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