as-warm-as-choco:

EUREKA Illustrated by E7 character designer Kenichi Yoshida (吉田 健一).

KA STAFF IN: Princess Mononoke, TTGL and Bebop movies, Dennou Coil, Diebuster, Porco Rosso, Wolf’s Rain, Ocean Waves, etc. 

yeahwriters:

laviebelem:

Highlights from this year’s brooklynbookfestival, including a hilarious talk with Bob Saget and John Leguizamo. Oh and the totes! It was very difficult to not add to my ever-growing tote collection, not to mention my book collection too. 

Man what a good day!

starrien:

ppl liked this on twitter so i’ll post it here too ;;v;;; still so large tho

voodouqueen:

amoyed:

I love this kid

i love this kid so much !!!

porygonluva:

hi, so, uh

I assume a lot of people are hailing joan rivers as a feminist icon mainly because she opened comedy up to women through her standup

but, uh, unsurprisingly she was not the first to do that

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that’s moms mabley.  she was a comedian in the 20th century and was pretty much one of the few popular female comedians during that time.  she did a lot of things people were uncomfortable doing at that time, like incorporating talks about racism into her standup and such.  she was really popular

(psst she was even doing comedy before joan rivers was born)

she also inspired quite a few comedians you probably know about today like bill cosby and whoopi goldberg (whoopi even did a whole documentary on her because she was so enamored with her)

she was also a lesbian and did standup in androgynous clothing a lot of the time.  and she was african american.  makes you wonder why you’ve probably never heard of her before huh

so before you go give all the credit to joan rivers for getting women into comedy or being a feminist icon or whatever, remember moms mabley and her contributions too

ssilcatt:

I have a lot of feelings about buffed-up!Sakura so 

finchelinthetardis:

My idols wrote a book so I’m buying it ❤️
Let’s go to Barnes & Noble, everyone!

bahliss:

YUMI X XIAO WEN JU

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