Street harassment is not a compliment.
‘tsundoku’ - the Japanese word for buying books & not reading them, leaving them to pile up.
Reblogging because there are some friends and followers right now who need to see/hear this.
Like most of you, I’ve got a to-read stack that kills me every time I look at it. Friends laugh at it, small children cry at it, and the police keep giving me the stink eye. I’ve also got a to-read list for those things that I want to read in digital form, but haven’t yet. There’s a lot of webcomics in there (Chris Onstad returned to Achewoodlast year, you say?) and I’ve been remarkably lax about getting caught up because I’ve got a never-ending reservoir of excuses when it comes to not doing things. But I found myself with three volumes of the webcomic Johnny Wander, an inexplicably long commute to work, and a (very rare) lack of excuses. So I read it. And I loved it.
I’m David, and I want to talk to you about Johnny Wander, a comic drawn by Yuko Ota and written by Ananth Panagariya, about Yukond Ananth. It’s autobio, it’s funny, and it’s great.
David Brothers wrote a nice piece about Johnny Wander over on Comics Alliance! Check it out!
One of my long-time favorite webcomics got an article thingy. It makes me giggle, chuckle, and tempts me to make a webcomic until I realize I can’t draw. But yesyesyes, check it out, article and webcomic and everything.
Victor’s Super Secret Seduction Technique #42: Stare, Feel Like A Creep, Look Away and Do Nothing At All
Loved the trailer, loved the action-y-ness, totally looking forward to this.
that is fuckin animated rain what the hell
this is miyazaki rain, which means that every frame was hand-drawn
This is art.
I really don’t reblog often to reply to others, but just so people don’t continue to make the same mistake, it’s worth noting this is not Miyazaki’s animation. Thisanimation is Makoto Shinkai’s, specifically from his upcoming film, Kotonoha no Niwa, or The Garden of Words. It’s tagged on the source tumblr, and you can see this specific shot at 49 seconds for a bit on the official trailer. It’s cool people appreciate Studio Ghibli, but other filmmakers and companies need some love too.
“If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?”
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