24Jul14reblog

Chris Evans talking about Captain America’s 1940’s setting.

  
24Jul14reblog
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24Jul14reblog

wlntersoldier:

wlntersoldier:

if the next marvel short isn’t “steve rogers and bucky barnes vs. inflation” i will be so disappointed

"the price of coffee is high and it’s a price i’m not entirely sure is fair to pay"

  
24Jul14reblog
dynastylnoire:

Storm knows my life

dynastylnoire:

Storm knows my life

storm  xmen  queue  
  
23Jul14reblog

duck-for-president2016:

little-marvelcu-things:

Captain America: The First Avenger + Military Uniforms

for darrenisadaisy

This looks like a gender bender

AHHHHH

  
23Jul14reblog

Happy 25th birthday, Daniel Jacob Radcliffe! (July 23, 1989)

  
23Jul14reblog

egobus:

one time when I was about four, the 10 year old neighbour boys attacked me with water guns and when I ran away and told my mom she gave me the hose and set it to pressure wash and basically told me to finish what they started  

  
23Jul14reblog

captainwondyful:

tygermama:

airyairyquitecontrary:

lesliecrusher:

 (via apolloadama)

ALSO YOU JUST IMPLICITLY COMPARED CAPTAIN AMERICA TO NEVILLE LONGBOTTOM YOU GIGANTIC NERD

Well they both did start out dorky looking and ended up hot.

Neville Longbottom is a bad ass.  Steve would totally be flattered by that comparison.  

  
23Jul14reblog

asylum-art:

Shirazeh Houshiary's Warped Window at London’s Church of St. Martin

East Window is an installation created by Iranian artistShirazeh Houshiary, is located in the east window at Church of St. Martin in the Fields (Trafalgar Square, London). Reminiscent of a cross, the horizontal and vertical lines move towards a central opening that allows light to pass through. While it may seem a bit radical for a neoclassical church built in 1726, it still seems strangely appropriate as it reminds us that churches can serve as a portal to a higher power.

The original window was destroyed during the air raids of WWII and the constantly-lit portal at the center of the new design reminds us that while everything changes, there is still a light at the end of the tunnel, even at the darkest of times.