“They truly are purer archetypes. They’re literally Biblical. If you get the DC characters right, they can be important, they can be about us.”
- Zack Snyder
by John Pading and Daniel Shealey
Samurai Jack S3E11 - “The Birth of Evil Pt 1”
“Now gaze your eyes upon the full wrath of the mighty Aku!”
WHOA WAIT WHAT? WE HAVE HOW MANY FOLLOWERS? HOLY SHIT
YOU MUST HAVE BRAIN DAMAGE.
Our blog was started only a month or so ago and we’ve already gained over 600 followers. What started as a small group of 5 or 6 admins turned into 18 admins and 32 characters open for asks. ( and still fucking growing as we’ll be adding some sprites).
SO IN APPRECIATION FOR YOU GUYS FOLLOWING US…WE’RE GIVING SOME OF OUR SHIT AWAY.
WHAT YOU GET:
- 2 romcoms selected by Karkat Vantas ( ALONG WITH A STRONGLY WORDED LETTER OF WHY EACH ONE IS RELEVANT AND USEFUL)
- 1 scalemate made by Terezi Pyrope
- 1 dead alligator head from Dave Strider ( WHY IN THE FUCK WOULD THEY WANT THIS DAVE? )
- Books from Amazon ( Under $20) from Aranea
-Full set of Hobbit trading cards, And a bag of pranks from John Egbert
- One wand from Eridan Ampora
- Free Art by Dirk Strider ( your request )
-Free Art by Rose Lalonde ( same as above )
- 1 fanfiction from Meulin
- Hot hot tot tot fanservice from Jake English ( YOU’RE SUCH AN IDIOT )
-One free middle finger from Sollux Captor JUST FOR YOU.
-Damara and Cal’s underwear??? ( WHAT THE EVER LOVING FUCK YOU GUYS)
HOW DO YOU ENTER? BECAUSE WOW. LOOK AT ALL THIS NEAT SHIT? (
- One like and One Reblog
That’s it! You don’t have to be following us…buuut if you are we’ll probably give you some extra shit you don’t even want….like shipping pillows or T-shirts.
DEADLINE IS MAY 31ST, 2013
she really did not want to take my order
AHHHHHH these are fun
actual picture of actual one direction fans
it’s like a scene from a zombie movie
Twitter: The Comic is a collection of comics based on the greatest tweets of our generation. The source material is used verbatim, typos and all. Despite the seemingly random nature of the tweets, the comic has reoccurring characters and story arcs that aren’t fully understood unless experienced through a single reading. With explicit permission from the writers of each comic, Twitter: The Comic could be a pretty rad book.
These are hysterical.