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alicexz:

Worked on this painting in between projects for a few weeks. Inspired by The Last of Us (and the terrifying Cordyceps…)

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chestiel:

Supernatural in Infographics: Seasons 1-8 (click to enlarge)

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andisbetter:

Rain, rain, go away so we can open the sunroof in a sleek AND stylish Ford with amazing comfort AND technology. Yes, AND Is Better even with a windows-down hairdo.

andisbetter:

Rain, rain, go away so we can open the sunroof in a sleek AND stylish Ford with amazing comfort AND technology. Yes, AND Is Better even with a windows-down hairdo.

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emmisnotshortforemma:

Let’s not lose track of what’s really important.

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"Tomorrow could be the someday you’ve been waiting for."

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— William Chapman (via guy)

GREAT AND NOW I AM CRYING THANKS TUMBLR

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Hallow City the second installment of Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children is everything that I thought it would be. Jacob and the rest of the peculiar children start off right were they were left at the end of book one. We join them as they are escaping the island and continue with them as they travel from loop to loop finding answers and seeking rescue for their ymbrynes. With twists and turns along the way the ending leaves you begging for more. I really enjoyed this story. Once I got going it was hard to stop. I will say that the pictures that went along with the story were not as intriguing as in the first book. They seemed more forced here like he was wrote the story and then found the pictures, not the other way around. All that aside I enjoyed this second installment. I am very curious how much longer this story is going to be drawn out, there is a lot left to happen and I know that Riggs will give us a satisfying ending. I eagerly await the next chapter.

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