Demands With Menace
Demands With Menace

eribyss:

stop him

him stop.

theblackstonebureau:

My hoard of treasure is overflowing so it’s time to pass some onto a handful of worthy adventurers!

  • You can enter by reblogging and liking this post. Follows are not necessary (but always welcome!)
  • Entries are valid until October 5th, 2014
  • Six winners will be chosen at random and the prizes are shown above! Ill be giving away a set of Gold, Silver, Copper & Platinum Coins! Ill also be throwing a set of Trade Bars and 3 of those groovy d20 tokens at some random adventurers!
  • Will ship internationally!
    *No shipping to Antarctica

If anyone is interested in picking up a set of these coins for your own be sure to check out Campaign Coins!

paperflower86:

From the archives of the Smithsonian Institute, on view for the first time at the exhibiton ‘Captain Amarica - the living legend and symbol of courage’, opening on Friday, July 4, 2013.

I recently visited an exhibition on war propaganda and was inspired to make some posters not only for Cap but also for Bucky, Peggy and the rest of the Howling Commandos. Some of the artists I referenced are Edward Penfield, Norman Rockwell and Joseph C. Leyendecker. Thanks to agentbartomanoff for beta-ing the slogans.

tenebrum:

Cemetery Dordrecht in the Netherlands

pointless-letters:

TL;DR - “We have too much privacy these days! I find this scary and bewildering! Force this company to make our data accessible to more people!”

(because after all, if you have done nothing wrong, then you have nothing to hide, right?)

"I’ve gotta find this man, Lucius."

pointless-letters:

"For those of us who have feelings of charity, but don’t mind using phrases like human flotsam, here’s a drawing to accompany my thoughts on how you don’t get tramps like you used to and aren’t charity tins in supermarkets a bad thing?"

The illustration is a lovely touch.

victoriousvocabulary:

AILURANTHROPY [aka AELURANTHROPY]

[noun]

the professed ability or power of a human being to transform into a cat, or to gain cat-like characteristics.

Etymology: from Greek ailouros, “cat” + anthrōpos, “man, human”.

[Lenka Simeckova - Selina]