1. cornucopiansunsets:

la-beaute—de-pandore:

Amy Harrity, Untitled from Feelings.

    cornucopiansunsets:

    la-beaute—de-pandore:

    Amy Harrity, Untitled from Feelings.

    (Source: amyharrity.com)

  2. Robocop

    Robocop

    (Source: bikini-girls-with-guns)

  3. morioh:

DIRECTOR-APPROVED EDITION: New, restored 2K digital film transfer, supervised by director David Cronenberg, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray The “Scanners” Way, a new documentary on the film’s special effects New interview with actor Michael Ironside The Ephemerol Diaries, a 2012 interview with actor and artist Stephen Lack Excerpt from a 1981 interview with Cronenberg on the CBC’s The Bob McLean Show Stereo (1969), Cronenberg’s first feature film Trailer PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Kim Newman New cover by Connor Willumsen
JULY 15th

That cover is astounding. I can’t wait to get this 3 disc set.

    morioh:

    DIRECTOR-APPROVED EDITION:

    New, restored 2K digital film transfer, supervised by director David Cronenberg, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
    The “Scanners” Way, a new documentary on the film’s special effects
    New interview with actor Michael Ironside
    The Ephemerol Diaries, a 2012 interview with actor and artist Stephen Lack
    Excerpt from a 1981 interview with Cronenberg on the CBC’s The Bob McLean Show
    Stereo (1969), Cronenberg’s first feature film
    Trailer
    PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Kim Newman

    New cover by Connor Willumsen

    JULY 15th

    That cover is astounding. I can’t wait to get this 3 disc set.

  4. filmghoul:

All-New Ghost Rider #2 (2014) by Felipe Smith & Tradd Moore

A+++ transition in a single panel Tradd

    filmghoul:

    All-New Ghost Rider #2 (2014) by Felipe Smith & Tradd Moore

    A+++ transition in a single panel Tradd

  5. One of the all time great sci-fi films.

    One of the all time great sci-fi films.

    (Source: fax-the-facts)

  6. lamarghe73:

    Jean Claude Mezieres: concept art for the movie “The Fifth Element”.

    Also it should be noted that the Fifth Element was inspired by one of the volumes of Mézières’ excellent comic series Valerian and Laureline.

  7. From Gunbuster

    From Gunbuster

    (Source: hawksabove)

  8. Jean-Claude Mézières from Valerian and Laureline

    Jean-Claude Mézières from Valerian and Laureline

  9. knifepalace:

Ad for France-Rail

    knifepalace:

    Ad for France-Rail

  10. Anonymous asked: After "Don't rape" and "Don't threaten rape" what's the best way for men to improve the lives of women and girls in geekdom?

    postcardsfromspace:

    Okay, look: “Don’t rape” and “don’t threaten rape” are pinpoint-specific parts of social compact, also known as “the bare minimum expectations for getting to be part of society.”

    These are things that should be taken as a given. Don’t hold up ”don’t rape” and “don’t threaten rape” like they are gifts.

    I mean, don’t do those things, and deter others from doing them, and talk about all of this, but, fuck, man.

    Anyway.

    The best way men can improve the lives of women and girls in geekdom is to do their damnedest to shift the balance of power. Geek dudes—especially white geek dudes—you have something the ladies do not: you have a platform from which to speak about issues of justice with relative impunity. Use it. Better yet, share it with or give it to someone who does not have that privilege.

    Are you a pro on a panel that’s all white dudes? Give up your seat to a woman of color. Encourage other panelists to do the same. Straight-up refuse to be part of panels that do not work toward equal representation. Hold speaker and guest lists at cons to the same standard. And talk about what you are doing, and why.

    If you are in a position that gives you hiring power, hire women—especially into positions where they will have power, not just low-level editorial and work-for-hire gigs. Actively seek and use the input of women, and go out of your way to make really damn sure they’re credited for those contributions

    Seek and vocally advocate for works by and about women, for female-friendly and generally diversity-friendly publishers, retailers, and fan communities. When someone does shit right, vote with your dollars and spread the word. When someone fucks up, call them out, and—if there’s any real potential for it and you’ve got the capacity—offer them impetus for and tools to change.

    Buy girl books. Buy books with pink covers, and read them in public. Break down the box of geek masculinity, and live the geek culture you want to see and be part of. Subvert everything.

    Meanwhile: Hold other men accountable. Don’t tell rape jokes. Call out bullshit.

    And respect the anger of those of us who have been consistently marginalized. If you want to be an ally in this fight, recognize that the fight is not about you: sometimes solidarity means giving other people space to be frustrated and angry at a system from which you directly benefit, and sometimes that means that they will, by extension, be angry at you—and that this, along with everything else, means *that system* is your common enemy.

    Speaking of systems: Educate yourself. Read How to Suppress Women’s Writing and call that shit out. Understand that in this fight, your voice is generally considered to mean more than mine. Fight that inequality as hard as you can—but meanwhile, while you’ve got that platform, use it.

    Things to know and share. Stand up for women. Stand up for treating all people equally. Don’t tolerate people being assholes and bullys.