Third Hokage: Naruto is the fourth Hokage’s son. The fourth Hokage died saving the village, so to honor him, I’ll let his son have a lonely childhood, with only himself to rely on, and I’ll let him be feared and shunned by everybody in the village.
no more dry lips during kiss time for wolffox
I don’t remember if I mentioned going to connecticon on here or not, BUT let me just say now tho, I am actually NOT going to connecticon this weekend. I frikked up and forgot to confirm my table and they understandably went on without me. I’m very sorry! So yeah! Just not this year for me.
Gravity shift! [video]
THIS IS SO COOL
City Council is re-calibrating the gravity of the city today. Citizens are warned to anticipate sudden gravity shifts and stay near objects which can be grabbed onto in the event of a shift. And now, the weather.
Explosive porcelain Martial arts by Martin Klimas
Photographer Martin Klimas has created some superb and explosive photographs of martial arts figures in porcelain. The porcelain figures are dropped from a height of three meters and photographed when they touch the ground, literally exploding, giving the photograph a huge energy.
this is sooo fucking beast
The traditional mananaggal (here sculpted by almighty cepeda ) is a demon from Philippine folklore- usually depicted as a monstrous female who can separate her torso from her lower half, sprout wings, and fly through the night to feed on the fetuses inside pregnant women. Perhaps the myth arose to explain midterm miscarriages?
Writer Paolo Chikiamco has revamped the creature into a sci-fi alien with an intriguing origin- a feared and mysterious warrior species controlled by a hive mind. Check out his space opera comic series, Mythspace:Lift Off, for a new take on the mananggal and other creatures from Philippine folkore.
Strange and beautiful pages from Salimbal Comic’s latest comic, ‘Pakisisimula’. It’s in Filipino, but we’ve got comics in English as well. Check ‘em out!
"It was a dark and stormy night…" No one starts stories that way anymore. Just like no one believes in the monsters of old anymore. But sometimes, the old forms exist for a reason, and the old stories reveal hidden truths… for it’s during those dark and stormy nights when the old stories come true…
Part of the Shiver, Jangle, and Spin trilogy of short horror comics, “The Other Half” is the first collaborative work under the Studio Salimbal banner by the duo of Noel Pascual (Crime-Fighting Call Center Agents) and Mervin Malonzo (Tabi Po).”
Read more comics at http://salimbalcomics.com