The service was ended by Carol “Captain Marvel” Danvers, Howlett’s long-term drinking partner, confidant and rumoured secret paramour pouring a bottle of the cheapest Canadian whiskey imaginable into the casket, to the strains of Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On.”

A beautiful send-off for a hairy little hero, whose deeds shall mostly remain classified, lest we realise that he was essentially a serial killer.

God loves, man kills.

My favourite part of the satire mock-article I wrote for Mutant Magazine #2, covering the funeral of Wolverine.
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Starburst Bookworm Podcast - Season 2 Episode 20

radiobookworm:

Ed talks about Discovering Scarfolk by Richard Littler. Special guest Russell Smith discusses Paul Cornell’s Fallen London The interview is KT Davies and the discussion is English Horror.

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Two of my friends (Russ & Karen) guesting on the Internet Radio show of another friend (and former housemate), Ed.

Good stuff.

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ofgeography:

I carry a pepper blaster at night. It’s like pepper spray, but military grade. My brother bought it for me as a Christmas gift after I was robbed at knifepoint in Argentina. I don’t live in a terrible area of New York City, except that practically every area of the New York City is terrible after…

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areyouvulcankiddingme:





This is a gif that should be in every Trekkie’s blog 

That right there is my idol! She went in for a double ass slap and did is flawlessly

This is one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen, and it just keeps getting better the longer I watch it.

I love how DeForest smiles afterwards, too.

Reblogging it again! Because how could you not??

areyouvulcankiddingme:

This is a gif that should be in every Trekkie’s blog 

That right there is my idol! She went in for a double ass slap and did is flawlessly

This is one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen, and it just keeps getting better the longer I watch it.

I love how DeForest smiles afterwards, too.

Reblogging it again! Because how could you not??

obscure-etymology

Word of the Day

obscure-etymology:

Mattoid, n. /mat-ȯid/ - A congenital paranoiac; one who is stupid in regard to most subjects and partially insane on one or more points; generally, a monomaniac characterized by stupidity. 

       Source: Webster’s Unabridged New Twentieth Century Dictionary, 1956

Oh, zarabithia, I think we’ve found a new word for… certain people.