Whatever happened to Harold?

Deaths in the Iliad: a Classics Infographic

(Source: archaeology)

Marvel:

I love all my "America" characters equally!

*Earlier that day*:

Marvel:

I don't care for Eli

superdames:

superdames:

Do NOT kiss Batman, you guys.
—Detective Comics #456 (1976) by Elliot S. Maggin & Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua)

Happy Batman Day!

superdames:

superdames:

Do NOT kiss Batman, you guys.

—Detective Comics #456 (1976) by Elliot S. Maggin & Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua)

Happy Batman Day!

maptitude1:

An illustrated map of Italy.

maptitude1:

An illustrated map of Italy.

dollopheadsandclotpoles:

bonnyanne:

Albus Severus Potter and the curse of the awful name.

"It is our names, Albus, that show which child our parents really hate, far more than our abilities"

I’m adding this one because it’s my favourite 

(Source: queeranora, via hellotailor)

evandahm:

Estraven and Genly from The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K Le Guin. I have started a project to read through all of Le Guin’s books recently because I forgot how really beautiful and fascinating they are. Left Hand is probably her most famous sf book; it reminded me a lot of Dune on some aesthetic points.
Was reminded that I started working on this a while ago on seeing Magnolia’s fanart yesterday. Now there are like 4 or 5 drawings from this book on the internet. Anyway read this book.

evandahm:

Estraven and Genly from The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K Le Guin. I have started a project to read through all of Le Guin’s books recently because I forgot how really beautiful and fascinating they are. Left Hand is probably her most famous sf book; it reminded me a lot of Dune on some aesthetic points.

Was reminded that I started working on this a while ago on seeing Magnolia’s fanart yesterday. Now there are like 4 or 5 drawings from this book on the internet. Anyway read this book.

(Source: eerieeery, via miki-sayaka-senpai)

virtuosovillain:

"The most important keyword to me was ‘train’ and the structure of the narrative reflects that. It’s simple: Curtis travels from the very last section of the train to the front. So the different carriages represent different stages in the story – every time you enter a new car, it’s like a new world that the characters are experiencing." 

– Joon-ho Bong on the design of the train cars.