other strains of whoa

You know what? To hell with the sky. This is where I belong.

STORM #01 

clintbarttons:

Storm #001 

lycheelovescomics:

Fan reaction to Kitty’s costume from Uncanny X-Men 149 and 150. 

The cool thing is that for several issues following these, Marvel really did print out fans’ ideas of what would make a better costume for Kitty! 

brianmichaelbendis:

Logan, no.

— ancient Ororo proverb

Ororo; Before the Storm
an imaginary Storm origins movie.

Where I grew up, the Masai tribespeople weren’t very big on waltzing. And for too long after I joined the X-Men, it didn’t seem… important.

flowergirlrobichiko:

thecatsmustbecrazy:

special delivery

BRING ME SCHRÖDINGER’S HEAD

flowergirlrobichiko:

thecatsmustbecrazy:

special delivery

BRING ME SCHRÖDINGER’S HEAD

Everyone is fascinated by Iago because there is no stepping back, which everyone else would do,” says Kinnear. “And, as the audience, you are his sole confidant about what he is doing, and that enlistment can be quite intoxicating … It puts the audience in the position where they both want him to stop it and to go on.
It would be interesting to know what Hamlet and Iago would look like if you played them without the soliloquies and let an audience make up their own minds,” he adds. “They’d probably find Hamlet quite annoying and they’d like Iago.

Villain of the Piece by Sarah Hemming, an interview with Rory Kinnear about about the NT 2013 production of Othello [x]

(via shakespeareweekly)
Angles in America

Angles in America