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mr2pointo:

Beautiful Star Wars Triology Art Done by Artist Joshua Budich jbudich for the Art V Cancer Project

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alienspaceshipcentral:

The little boy that could

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Check out exclusive new content from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 1. In theaters November 21, 2014.

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dcwomenkickingass:

Everyone! Listen to This Speech by Gene Luen Yang on Diversity and Comics Right Now

On Saturday, writer Gene Luen Yang gave a speech at the National Book Festival where he discussed the issue of diversity in publishing and specifically in comics and it is amazing.

The award-winning Boxers and Saints author began his speech by discussing the importance of Dwayne McDuffie to his own entrance in to comics and to comics overall. McDuffie, of course, fought for diversity in comics ultimately creating his own comic company so he could see people like himself in comics.

Yang talks about the importance of that company, Milestone, because the character Xombi was also an Asian American male.

But he also addresses the issue of diversity in terms of the writer’s responsibility and overcoming the fear of “not getting it right” and suffering the wrath of the Internet.

I strongly recommend that every writer or potential writer in comics listen to this speech. I strongly recommend that every editor and publisher in comics listen to this speech. I strongly recommend every comic reader listen to this speech. And I strongly hope that every person who diminishes diversity in comics with snide remarks listens to this speech.

You can also read the transcript here.

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mickeyandcompany:

Frozen characters and their respective actors on the new season of Once Upon a Time (click on the pictures to know their names)

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kazaikos:

A single panel taken from the SW graphic novel: Star Wars: Dark Times 1: The Path to Nowhere, Part 1.

The context of the scene is Vader kneeling before Sidious’s holographic face while once again being indoctrinated with the dark ways of the force, while this scene is triggered in the back of Vader’s mind.

Another beautiful illustration by Doug Wheatley.

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bubblytsunami:

The women in Clone Wars are my favorite and they’re all pretty dang amazing. 
Shaak Ti, Riyo Chuchi, Steela Gerrera, Suu Lawquane, and Barriss Offee 

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