Fear of a Robot Planet

Prepare for disappointment.   Days of future passed out drunk.

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    70sscifiart:

Something for the bucket list. 
By Yuji Kamozawa. Illustration for magazine cover, late 70s, from 50 Watts.

    70sscifiart:

    Something for the bucket list. 

    By Yuji Kamozawa. Illustration for magazine cover, late 70s, from 50 Watts.

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    comicbookcovers:

    Happy Earth Day!

    Silver Age all day

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    gotitforcheap:

    xemkgx:

    do not fall in love with people like me.
    i will take you to museums, and parks, and monuments, and kiss you in every beautiful place, so that you can never go back to them without tasting me like blood in your mouth. i will destroy you in the most beautiful way possible. and when i leave you will finally understand, why storms are named after people.

    image

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    cryptofwrestling:

The Beast Of Berlin: Count Baron Von Raschke  (publicity photo (1967))

    cryptofwrestling:

    The Beast Of Berlin: Count Baron Von Raschke  (publicity photo (1967))

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    "People run from rain but
    sit
    in bathtubs full of
    water."

    Charles Bukowski (via bittersweetsongs)

    Wow bukowski so profound do you also bathe fully clothed you dickhead. “Oohh isn’t it funny that a person will eat when they’re hungry but will duck if you throw an apple at their face”

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    Bukowslki seems pretty profound if you aren’t that bright

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    comicsworkbook:

9 panel grid trivia - Love and Rockets / Watchmen
SANTORO: So when we were traveling around this week there was something you mentioned, Jaime. I can’t remember which signing it was or little interview bit, but you were talking about … oh I think it was at the Philadelphia thing, they showed a slide from “100 Rooms,” and you started talking about the 9-panel grid of “100 Rooms.” And you said that Alan Moore really liked that grid and that he was going to use it for Watchmen. And I had never heard that story, so I thought I could just ask you to riff on that a little bit.
JAIME: Yeah. It’s basically what you just said. I mean, it was that simple. In an interview or something he just said, “I really love the story “100 Rooms” and I love that grid. So we used that for Watchmen.” He just said exactly what you said. And after that, that was it. Of course in the back of my head, Watchmen became legendary in the comics circles and stuff. And I thought, well, guess what? At the time when he said it I go, “You’re going to use this 9-panel grid? Anyone can use a 9-panel grid.” It wasn’t the —
GILBERT: It’s not a fancy grid. I mean, it wasn’t magic.
from TCJ interview here

    comicsworkbook:

    9 panel grid trivia - Love and Rockets / Watchmen

    SANTORO: So when we were traveling around this week there was something you mentioned, Jaime. I can’t remember which signing it was or little interview bit, but you were talking about … oh I think it was at the Philadelphia thing, they showed a slide from “100 Rooms,” and you started talking about the 9-panel grid of “100 Rooms.” And you said that Alan Moore really liked that grid and that he was going to use it for Watchmen. And I had never heard that story, so I thought I could just ask you to riff on that a little bit.

    JAIME: Yeah. It’s basically what you just said. I mean, it was that simple. In an interview or something he just said, “I really love the story “100 Rooms” and I love that grid. So we used that for Watchmen.” He just said exactly what you said. And after that, that was it. Of course in the back of my head, Watchmen became legendary in the comics circles and stuff. And I thought, well, guess what? At the time when he said it I go, “You’re going to use this 9-panel grid? Anyone can use a 9-panel grid.” It wasn’t the —

    GILBERT: It’s not a fancy grid. I mean, it wasn’t magic.

    from TCJ interview here

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    brucesterling:

*Also, I was 60 years old yesterday during the lunar eclipse, but who’s counting

    brucesterling:

    *Also, I was 60 years old yesterday during the lunar eclipse, but who’s counting

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