A.B.C. Warriors:Deadlock-Simon Bisley.

With news of a solo graphic novel for sometime leader and most enigmatic of the A.B.C Warriors, Deadlock, we’ve unlocked the vault to the Thrill archives, to dig out these sparkling gems from art droid Simon Bisley.

In arguably The Biz's finest hour, his black and white,European-style artwork made everyone take notice, changing the face of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic forever!

Set your visual circuits to stunned and enjoy this slice of terrific Thrill-Power™ from the early career of one of the world’s foremost comic art talents…

A.B.C. Warriors:The Black Hole(Progs555-66,2Jan-19Mar’88 & 573-81,7May-2Jul’88)Pat Mills(w).Simon Bisley(a).





First | Second | Third | Fourth | Fifth | Sixth | Seventh | Eighth | Ninth | Tenth | Eleventh
Photography by LJinto @ C2E2 '13.
~~~Please do not delete Photo Credits!~~~

This group really was incredible. We were missing a couple of the doctors and our friend stepped up for the 1st that weekend, and we actually FOUND our 3rd at the con center. It sounds like a fairy tale how this group came together and it was glorious.

These girls all have a special place in my heart. and i hope this group forged strong friendship between everyone. All these ladies are beautiful and super glad to be apart of it all

Kinda perfect timing us getting these photos so close to the anniversary ;3 

Not gonna lie, I’m literally flailing my arms around and yelling at Q “Look at nine tho!!” omg this is awesome

Five can have my decorative vegetable any day…wait, what….





Guys I’m like 600% sure Peter Capaldi is just a grumpy owl.

You could say that he’s…Doctor Hoo.




If we be mere lords of time,
Shimmer stars in our eyes
and all of space in our hearts,

Then all ends be the start
Where quantum fluctuations
of random destinations

Lead us here, so
Draw but one more infinite breath
Grasp my hand in the face of death
And run,

With me through eternity
The sigh of a glance as we

Depart this world for worlds anew
in all of time, in every space, and the
Deepest depths of a dimensionally

© Chris Rattray, 7/11/2013

Reblogged from everyday epiphanies
"I have come gradually to understand that the liberal arts cliché about teaching you how to think is actually shorthand for a much deeper, more serious idea: learning how to think really means learning how to exercise some control over how and what you think. It means being conscious and aware enough to choose what you pay attention to and to choose how you construct meaning from experience. Because if you cannot exercise this kind of choice in adult life, you will be totally hosed."
- David Foster Wallace (via everydayepiphanies)

Satan oscillate my metallic sonatas.

(Source: metal-up-your-ass-bitch)



Seriously Australia.


Every other “fact” or argument set forth by politicians and the media are scams designed to induce dehumanisation.

  •  "We can’t afford it" (back this up with credible economic evidence, not wowser Today Tonight hearsay or party-level political sleight-of-hand. Kindness and compassion cost nothing compared to the alternative.)
  • "They are dying at sea" (a risk inherent in any travel, but not a good enough reason to ‘turn back the boats’ or send them to PNG - also, be wary of this argument as it smacks of the Children Overboard scam used by Howard and his supporters to be re-elected in 2001. If this is of real concern to you, then support policies that create safe passage options.)
  • "They should seek safety in a transit country" (perhaps the ‘transit country’ is just as, if not more so, unsafe as the country they are escaping from? The regions people are leaving are volatile and not limited to one country or another.)
  • "They are economic migrants/illegals/undesirable" (congratulations, you have bought into the narrative and language of dehumanisation as well as indicated your lack of empathy for your fellow human in need. Enjoy the ivory tower you have built for yourself and ignore the hypocrisy that you are fortunate enough to live in a country built by immigration, settled by “undesirable, criminal” elements from England. You probably also buy into the slave/master narrative that makes up the entirety of capitalism.)


"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength." - George Orwell


My personal journey that has led me to my current position on asylum seekers has to do with my interest in propaganda as a tool of social control and how this issue has continually been utilised by the Australian government over the last thirty years to rally support, particularly at election times, while distracting from actual issues within our own borders.

Also, I credit my survival as a “person in need” within Australia to those who extended their hands and welcomed me into their homes as a young man, when I needed a sense of place and family the most.

I feel empathy towards fellow human beings who are in need of the basics - shelter, food, water, warmth, love - and believe that people flourish when their basic survival needs are taken care of.

(Source: fall-head--first)

Reblogged from starfirephoenix
"I got dressed up in my Wolverine costume this morning and walked around San Diego. And not one person stopped me. One person said ‘Not Bad.’ Another said ‘Too tall.’"
- Hugh Jackman at Days of Future Past panel (via animerunner)