erikonymous
erikonymous:

love-and-radiation:

Superman and Krypto on the moon, courtesy of Frank Quitely from ALL-STAR SUPERMAN.

I’m getting a dog someday, and I’m naming him or her Krypto, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it.

Erik, go find a way to read Superman #680, it is one of my favorite comics and probably the best issue featuring Krypto in like the last decade.

erikonymous:

love-and-radiation:

Superman and Krypto on the moon, courtesy of Frank Quitely from ALL-STAR SUPERMAN.

I’m getting a dog someday, and I’m naming him or her Krypto, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it.

Erik, go find a way to read Superman #680, it is one of my favorite comics and probably the best issue featuring Krypto in like the last decade.

husbandly

micdotcom:

Yes, KLM is using an adorable beagle named Sherlock to find your lost luggage

There’s probably no government agency as universally hated as the Transportation Security Administration, especially when the efficacy of its invasive, sometimes outright inappropriate policies is being doubted even by the U.S. government. And now a Dutch airline puts the U.S. further to shame by fixing one of the most annoying thing about air travel — lost luggage — with the addition of a fluffy new crew member.

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this is neat. and cute. but that second to last photo looks like they’re amazed by Sherlock’s asshole.

aintgotnoladytronblues

aintgotnoladytronblues:

snubpollard:

Because YOU (i.e. two people at SPX) requested more Mai, here is my personal favorite sequence, in which writer Kudō demonstrates that he is absolutely not fucking around with this teen superpower shit; Cyclops is gonna take some civilian heads off with the optic blasts, so to speak.

(Mai, the Psychic Girl, Ryōichi Ikegami, written by Kazuya Kudō, c. 1985)

this? this is great. (also i want her cap.)

i followed the entirety of the so-called “archie legion” era of legion of super-heroes in large part for saturn girl doing wonders for my possibly stereotypical teenage-girl affection for fantasy fiction about teenage girls with awesome psychic powers, naive emotions, and really bad decision-making skills; this is that, distilled into eight pages of a literal feelings car crash over a cute dog. that panel where the car leaps off the ground into psychedelic terror! i can hear the theremin/violin shrieking in my eyes!

now i need to get myself a copy of these comics.