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pattroughton:

Q&A in Rio [x]

who’s the real fan

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dorkly:

The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, Summarized in Fan Art

Meet artist breathing2004. He manages to summarize the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Ring beautifully through a few pieces of evocative, majestic artwork.

Reminder: it took Peter Jackson about 20 hours of film to tell the same story.

To see more of our favorite pieces, click here!

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pizzajohn:

edwardspoonhands:

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hoodvale:

This post always slaps me in the face

Wow, no kidding.

This is not technically true…time did not exist before the big bang, so you really only spent 13.98 billion years not being born yet. Still a lot of years.

Some infinities are just bigger than others, Hank.

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twofistedpulp:

As Earle Bergey is to Barbarella, Allan Anderson is to Xena Warrior-Princess.

While Bergey’s cover girls were all cutesy miniskirts & ray guns, Anderson’s were chain-mail & badass battle-axes. And none more so than his Black Amazon of Mars.

Planet Stories, March 1951.

And Leigh Brackett, Leigh. Eff-ing. Brackett. Known as the “Queen of Space Opera”, one of the best and most prolific of all the women pulp writers, she wrote dozens of short stories & novelettes for Planet Stories, Startling Stories and Thrilling Wonder Stories throughout the forties & fifties before starting a jaw dropping screenwriting career.

Her first hollywood gig? Co-writing the adaptation of The Big Sleep…with William Faulkner. She then wrote a series of westerns for John Wayne before returning to the works of Raymond Chandler with Robert Altman’s The Long Goodbye.

Her Final hollywood work? A little flick called Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

The Queen of Space Opera? All hail the Queen.

#mypulpfinds

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docshaner:

VULTAN. Since this is in the back of issue #4 of Flash Gordon I feel alright about posting it here. I’m really glad I get a chance to draw Vultan and the rest of the Hawkmen in upcoming issues. I know he’s a favorite among fans of the movie so I’m excited for folks to see him when he shows up.

Definitely recommend Dynamite’s Flash Gordon series - it’s beautiful, hilarious and fun. Check it out!

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