paracinema:

Threading-Up with The Alamo Drafthouse in NYC - Alamo Drafthouse and Paracinema together, now you know you in trouble.
We’re thrilled to announce that starting in November we will present monthly screenings in partnership with the NYC area Alamo Drafthouse. This series (called Monday Night Thread-Up) will exhibit some of our mutually favorite titles as they were meant to be seen, on 35mm film.
http://paracinema.net/2014/10/threading-up-with-the-alamo-drafthouse-in-nyc/

This is like peanut butter and chocolate teaming up. 

paracinema:

Threading-Up with The Alamo Drafthouse in NYC - Alamo Drafthouse and Paracinema together, now you know you in trouble.

We’re thrilled to announce that starting in November we will present monthly screenings in partnership with the NYC area Alamo Drafthouse. This series (called Monday Night Thread-Up) will exhibit some of our mutually favorite titles as they were meant to be seen, on 35mm film.

http://paracinema.net/2014/10/threading-up-with-the-alamo-drafthouse-in-nyc/

This is like peanut butter and chocolate teaming up. 

comixology:

Marvel Monday: Ghost Rider by Daniel Way & Jason Aaron

Superstar writer Jason Aaron’s searing take on the Spirit of Vengeance finds Johnny Blaze facing off against the forces of heaven itself in an epic saga that sends Ghost Rider down a blazing new road! When the rogue angel Zadkiel tries taking over the world’ Ghost Riders—that’s right, there’s more than one!—Blaze and his flame-headed alter ego are in for the fight of their lives! Featuring the return of the OTHER Ghost Rider, Danny Ketch, in a team-up you never imagined and a showdown that had to happen! Plus, Daniel Way takes Ghost Rider through some of the more hellish places in Marvel Universe - and ends up in the middle of World War Hulk!

Get individual issues for 99¢ or all 41 issues that make up the 2006-2009 run for just $39.99 with our limited-time bundle!

Real talk you guys: Jason Aarons run on this title is GOAT material. At the very least I would recommend buying the Tony Moore issues.

comixology:

Marvel Monday: Ghost Rider by Daniel Way & Jason Aaron

Superstar writer Jason Aaron’s searing take on the Spirit of Vengeance finds Johnny Blaze facing off against the forces of heaven itself in an epic saga that sends Ghost Rider down a blazing new road! When the rogue angel Zadkiel tries taking over the world’ Ghost Riders—that’s right, there’s more than one!—Blaze and his flame-headed alter ego are in for the fight of their lives! Featuring the return of the OTHER Ghost Rider, Danny Ketch, in a team-up you never imagined and a showdown that had to happen! Plus, Daniel Way takes Ghost Rider through some of the more hellish places in Marvel Universe - and ends up in the middle of World War Hulk!

Get individual issues for 99¢ or all 41 issues that make up the 2006-2009 run for just $39.99 with our limited-time bundle!

Real talk you guys: Jason Aarons run on this title is GOAT material.

At the very least I would recommend buying the Tony Moore issues.

brianmichaelbendis:

Marvel’s Coming Attractions by SNL

(Source: peetahales)

twentypercentcooler:

moviesludge:

you have the right to remain clotheslined

RRRRRRRAAAAAINMAKER!

twentypercentcooler:

moviesludge:

you have the right to remain clotheslined

RRRRRRRAAAAAINMAKER!

brianmichaelbendis:

Strange Tales vol. 2 covers by Kevin Nowlan, published by Marvel Comics, 1987-1988.

(Source: thebristolboard)

everyframeapainting:

Edgar Wright - How to Do Visual Comedy
Because he’s just better than everyone else.

(Note: This got way bigger than I ever expected it to get.)

(via anniewu)

andrewmaclean:

#Alien Lambert

andrewmaclean:

#Alien Lambert

comicblah:

Grendel: Red, White & Black by Matt Wagner

comicblah:

Grendel: Red, White & Black by Matt Wagner

about-faces:

Alex Ross’ cover for Batman ‘66: The Lost Episode

about-faces:

Alex Ross’ cover for Batman ‘66: The Lost Episode

(via fyeahdickgrayson)