argus, the god-eye

the Argus is practiced compassion
with an eye on you, as one is on me
will the god eye grant his forgiveness,?

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Series: Doctor Who

Godzilla vs Cthulhu ? #deepthoughts

Me and my super buddy.

Been following Miguel Cotto since the Randall Bailey fight in ‘04, and supporting from the stands since the Zab Judah fight in ‘07. It’s been a fantastic campaign starting from the junior welterweight class through to a middleweight championship…and perhaps more to come.

#msg the Mecca of boxing. #warcotto

Brooklyn morning. The hipsters gonna hipst and we nerdists gonna nerd. Cards at @20sidedstore & stopped by a local comic fest #geekery

Putting aside my decade + bias against anime/manga and giving Titans a shot. I still say about the art it all looks the same, and getting used to reading left to right is a nuisance. My prejudiced opinion on an entire nation’s comics output rides on this volume!

Back from a road trip and found this waiting for me on the shelf. My wife know me well. #comics #geekery

Shiny prize for a day’s worth of geekery & strategery #mtg #mtgbng time for some #boxing !

It’s some duels on in the Bronx might hv to grapple some dragons #mtg #mtgbng

Wonder Woman | Dan Mora

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Art - Diaspora: “African Diva Project" by Margaret Rose Vendreyes.

If any of the above images look in any way familiar, that’s because these artworks are based on some of the most iconic album covers from some of the greatest black women artists of the 20th century.

From Betty Davis and Tina Turner, to Grace Jones and Nina Simone, this series by Jamaican-born Vendreyes includes 33 paintings modeled after a 12” LP full-figure portrait of a black woman soloist. What makes this project stand out, however, is not simply the homage to these legendary women, but the masks that each woman wears. Named after specific African ethnic groups such as Malinke, Ibibio, Kwele and Yoruba, Vendreyes combines the beauty and power of these women with the same characteristics in these masks, “replacing their psychological mask with a literal one”.

This symbolic gesture also plays on the fact that in many African societies, although these masks may be of female ancestors and deities, they are only worn and performed by men during masquerades. 

What are your thoughts on this series?

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All Africa, All the time.

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If you’re not careful the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.

Malcolm X (via retrotheskywalker)


Spider-Man Eye.

The Amazing Spider-Man II poster (2014)

Marvels #4 (1994) cover by Alex Ross.

Ultimate Spider-Man #6 (2001) by Mark Bagley.

The Amazing Spider-Man #612 (2010) cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

The Amazing Spider-Man #700 (2013) by Mr Garcin.



Judge Dredd: Mega-City Two #1 pages 2-3 art by Ulises Farinas; colors by Ryan Hill. Here’s the full, uncovered spread in all its glory. This series is coming in January, and available for pre-order right now.

Finally! It’s time to take a trip into Mega-City Two! 

Holy Smokes, Ulises Farinas! How is this art even possible?

Judge Dredd: Mega-City Two #1 is now available on comiXology!

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