Double Jump Company

Double Jump Company (May it Rest in Peace)

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miss-love:

revenge-of-the-sock-puppets:

tattooposer:

wait what

THIS IS THE GREATEST THING I HAVE EVER BEEN A PART OF ON TUMBLR MY LIFE IS WORTH IT.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW

While I love how this was accidentally framed and set up and stuff, if you honestly think that Gwen Stacy was nothing more than a woman in a refrigerator, then you don’t know Gwen Stacy.
(Or you’ve only seen Amazing 2, in which case your ignorance is completely your fault for watching such a terrible movie)

miss-love:

revenge-of-the-sock-puppets:

tattooposer:

wait what

THIS IS THE GREATEST THING I HAVE EVER BEEN A PART OF ON TUMBLR MY LIFE IS WORTH IT.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW

While I love how this was accidentally framed and set up and stuff, if you honestly think that Gwen Stacy was nothing more than a woman in a refrigerator, then you don’t know Gwen Stacy.

(Or you’ve only seen Amazing 2, in which case your ignorance is completely your fault for watching such a terrible movie)

(via nerdygirllove)

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I’ve got to be honest, it blows my mind how people will get violent over ships, and completely gloss over things that matter, like, you know, story and character development.

Did any of you actually watch the Legend of Korra finale? So much happened, and none of you can shut up about Mako and Asami and Korra like you’re watching a daytime soap opera?

Filed under korra asami mako lok shipping bullshit

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Neil Gaiman is releasing his third collection of short stories in February, and it will be titled “Trigger Warnings.”

Half of the Internet is extremely excited, because Gaiman is a brilliant visionary who writes some of the best short stories I’ve ever read, and anything new he publishes is worth reading.

The other half of the internet immediately grabbed their digital torches and pitchforks, calling Gaiman “ableist”, “problematic”, and I’m not kidding “just another cis douchebag” for using the phrase “trigger warning” as his title.

Can I just…leave the Internet and never come back? Please? I don’t think my dwindling faith in humanity can take much more of this.

Filed under neil gaiman trigger warnings smoke and mirrors fragile things sjwstupidity

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SDCC Exclusive Jesse Pinkman Pops In!

robofists-revenge:

Remember when I was drooling over those Breaking Bad Pops a few months ago, and I pointed out that neither of the Jesse Pinkman variants looked anything like Jesse Pinkman?

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(Um…nailed it?)

It definitely bummed me out, because I always saw Jesse as the emotional center of the story. If Walter White’s story was akin to Mr. Chips transforming into Scarface, Jesse’s story was Rocky Balboa transforming into Rocky Balboa from the sequel. He deserved a better Pop.

Funko seemed to take notice and, lo and behold, released a Pinkman variant at San Diego Comic Con that would’ve made Sly Stallone proud.

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Aw yeah, bitch! This is the Pinkman Punching Bag that we all know and love from the show!

I love how this outfit is based on one he wore multiple times throughout the first two seasons, and yet his wounds are almost copied-and-pasted from the season 3 episode “One Minute.” Such a good episode, by the way…seriously, if you’re not watching this show, what’re you doing with your life?

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The heartbreaking thing about Jesse is that, through and through, he always got it far worse than Walt ever did (except, you know the whole cancer thing). Loved ones have died, his emotional psyche has been shattered, he’s been held prisoner on more than one occasion, and, oh yeah, he gets the everloving magnets kicked out of him at least twice a season.

To me, this is Jesse. Beaten up and left for dead, only to pick himself back up and continue his rollercoaster of a life, either to the chagrin or sinister delight of “Mr. White.”

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All of the Walter variants look amazing and fit the look of the character so well, but I honestly believe that this is the only Jesse I’ll need. It captures the vibe of who and what he is throughout the series so much better than the others, and it’s so much more visually striking, as well. 

Also, this is my first SDCC Exclusive Pop, so…milestone?

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