pues tengo 20, de Chile, aquí pongo lo que me gusta, lo que me parezca interesante y todos lo más loco de esta vida y la internet O_O

radicalestes:

Some lineless pokemon! Goodra the secreting amphibious bioluminescent whale and girafarig the satan giraffe from another dimension. More to come later, I need some fresh air :D

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xombiedirge:

Hugs by Justin Parpan

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broadwayfairy:

sick…

broadwayfairy:

sick…

Abr 17th at 4PM / via: heavensmile / op: onlylolgifs / reblog / 76 246 notas

alderaans:

In school, we learned about this scientist who trained dogs to salivate at the sound of a bell by feeding them whenever a bell rang. For the last couple of weeks I’ve been conducting a similar experiment.

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d0cpr0fess0r:

Kill la Kill is an amazing anime because the animation can go from

image

to

imageIn the span of a single episode.

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chandra75:

George Takei,

You rule. 

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thefrogman:

Marutaro the Hedgehog [tumblr | twitter | vine]

(Fuente: pleatedjeans)

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adventuretime:

Which TIME Is It?
The April 28, 2014, issue.
Yeah, you’ll to need to sign in and/or up to read Lev Grossman’s take on the show in TIME (this week’s third major article on the series, all leading up to Monday’s season six premiere), but it’s worth it, and not just for Pen’s artwork, above. From "Adventure Time’s Moving Pictures,"

… for a show set in a magic postapocalyptic world, Adventure Time is fiercely committed to its own brand of realism. It has a lot of internal integrity. The fart jokes aren’t there because they’re funny–or not just because they’re funny–they’re there because real people fart a lot too. “We don’t have a ton of cartoon logic,” says Adam Muto, a co–executive producer of the show. “There was a thing where if anyone lifted something from offscreen, Pen would flag it and say, No, they need to be carrying that the entire time. Because why would they just pull it from offscreen?”

Go here to get to the entire piece. Of course, you can always buy the magazine - the one printed on paper - too.
Thanks, Lev.
Also:
"It’s Adventure Time" by Maria Bustillos
"Castle in the Air" by Emily Nussbaum

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adventuretime:

Which TIME Is It?

The April 28, 2014, issue.

Yeah, you’ll to need to sign in and/or up to read Lev Grossman’s take on the show in TIME (this week’s third major article on the series, all leading up to Monday’s season six premiere), but it’s worth it, and not just for Pen’s artwork, above. From "Adventure Time’s Moving Pictures,"

… for a show set in a magic postapocalyptic world, Adventure Time is fiercely committed to its own brand of realism. It has a lot of internal integrity. The fart jokes aren’t there because they’re funny–or not just because they’re funny–they’re there because real people fart a lot too. “We don’t have a ton of cartoon logic,” says Adam Muto, a co–executive producer of the show. “There was a thing where if anyone lifted something from offscreen, Pen would flag it and say, No, they need to be carrying that the entire time. Because why would they just pull it from offscreen?”

Go here to get to the entire piece. Of course, you can always buy the magazine - the one printed on paper - too.

Thanks, Lev.

Also:

"It’s Adventure Time" by Maria Bustillos

"Castle in the Air" by Emily Nussbaum

Abr 17th at 4PM / via: adventuretime / op: adventuretime / reblog / 773 notas

(Fuente: facebook.com)

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