Lola Wickerman
20-something homo-superior vigilante renegade crime-fighter.
reads a lot of comics and thinks you should, too.
writes a lot of comics and hopes to one day get paid to do so.

17th June 2013

Photo reblogged from Buffalo Rose with 231,765 notes

thefrogman:

By Aaron Fu [tumblr]

thefrogman:

By Aaron Fu [tumblr]

Source: thelandofmonsterscomics

16th June 2013

Photo reblogged from boom-yummy with 14,005 notes

fuckyeahsuperheroines:

jesscookie:

bozrat:

A rather Dapper Moon.


Sailor Moon for the new Doctor

I forgot that tumblr existed for a second & then I saw this & needed to reblog it for Izzy. 

fuckyeahsuperheroines:

jesscookie:

bozrat:

A rather Dapper Moon.

Sailor Moon for the new Doctor

I forgot that tumblr existed for a second & then I saw this & needed to reblog it for Izzy. 

Tagged: dandy in the underworldsailormoon

Source: bozrat

1st February 2013

Photo reblogged from Neil Gaiman with 9,320 notes

neil-gaiman:

odditiesoflife:

Venezuelan Poodle Moth
The Venezuelan poodle moth was first captured on film by Dr. Arthur Anker of Bishkek, Krgyzstan, who posted all 75 photographs of his time at the Gran Sabana National Park on Flickr. His trip to the Venezuelan park didn’t gain much fame at the time. However, another researcher, Dr. Karl Shuker, saw a picture of the fuzzy little critter online and took interest. It was found that not only is this a new species of moth, but it may very well be an entirely new species of insect altogether.


Also, it cries out for thought balloons, of the FUCK OFF, I AM PONDERING THE MEANING OF LIFE variety.

Reblogging for Soulbots. Sometimes I remember I have a tumblr, sometimes tumblr yields adorable fuzzy moth friends.

neil-gaiman:

odditiesoflife:

Venezuelan Poodle Moth

The Venezuelan poodle moth was first captured on film by Dr. Arthur Anker of Bishkek, Krgyzstan, who posted all 75 photographs of his time at the Gran Sabana National Park on Flickr. His trip to the Venezuelan park didn’t gain much fame at the time. However, another researcher, Dr. Karl Shuker, saw a picture of the fuzzy little critter online and took interest. It was found that not only is this a new species of moth, but it may very well be an entirely new species of insect altogether.

Also, it cries out for thought balloons, of the FUCK OFF, I AM PONDERING THE MEANING OF LIFE variety.

Reblogging for Soulbots. Sometimes I remember I have a tumblr, sometimes tumblr yields adorable fuzzy moth friends.

Source: global.christianpost.com

14th December 2012

Photo reblogged from itsgottobejazz`thatswhatshewants with 624 notes

ohaymrdth:

robert smiths hair through the ages

<3

ohaymrdth:

robert smiths hair through the ages

<3

Tagged: comicthecure

Source: ohaymrdth

14th December 2012

Photo reblogged from boom-yummy with 578 notes


From Uncanny X-Men 171 by Walt Simonson

hero &amp; style inspiration always.

From Uncanny X-Men 171 by Walt Simonson

hero & style inspiration always.

Tagged: stormcomicsx-menbadassladies

Source: thewhitejimkelly

4th December 2012

Photoset reblogged from Buffalo Rose with 47,191 notes

I love this I love this I love this.

Tagged: comicfeminsimfeminist powernoapologiesforbodies

Source: madeleineishere

6th November 2012

Photo reblogged from Buffalo Rose with 1,714 notes

bossbattle:

You can’t argue with science, folks.

I&#8217;m pretty much crying. AS USUAL.

bossbattle:

You can’t argue with science, folks.

I’m pretty much crying. AS USUAL.

Source: Flickr / zom-bot

15th October 2012

Photo reblogged from untitled love song with 84 notes

just thought this was some gorgeous art. cant read the signature :(

just thought this was some gorgeous art. cant read the signature :(

26th September 2012

Photo reblogged from boom-yummy with 289 notes

ladiesmakingcomics:

Wonder Woman’s back on the cover for Ms. Magazine’s 40th anniversary issue, with art by Mike and Laura Allred!
Check out their membership deals tomorrow for a special poster offer!


'nuff said, as the old saying goes.

ladiesmakingcomics:

Wonder Woman’s back on the cover for Ms. Magazine’s 40th anniversary issue, with art by Mike and Laura Allred!

Check out their membership deals tomorrow for a special poster offer!

'nuff said, as the old saying goes.

Source: msmagazine.com

26th September 2012

Photoset reblogged from Neil Gaiman with 72,745 notes

oddpicturesoddpeople:

anathematic:

hydrogeneportfolio:

Minimal Posters - Six Women Who Changed Science. And The World.

i would reblog this a million times if i could.

These would make great mini posters for my classroom.

Women. Science. Art. Forever.

Source: hydrogeneportfolio