cape christian


“Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders”, paying homage to:

-Tim Burton’s Batman
-The Dark Knight Rises
-Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (comic & movie adaptation)

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I thought I found all of my childhood “sonic comics” i drew as a kid but i just found another. And I… I think I may… I may have made a brief Sonic OC.

I drew things based on what the Fleetway Sonic the Comic was doing at the time of drawing, and I remember there was some random one issue characters here and there but I don’t recall this dude so I think… I think I made him up???

I know in the comic lore Tonic was Sonic before he got his power sneakers and plot happened but ummm…..

Not sure how you can make someone their EX BROTHER…. maybe estranged was the word i wanted but… that also makes Sonic related to THE DEVIL as well if they are all related? Ummmmm yeah, sure, go for it young me. 

I mean Sega did a half alien hedgehog so why not. Half devil hedgehog EX BROTHER to Sonic. Sega, hire me ~ *finger guns*

never thought id live to see people on tumblr crytyping about niche Gamer media not portraying the sweater cape-wearing american christian community with enough respect, like we’re all on a one million moms forum and we just caught our precious teenage son watching the season finale of lucifer alone in his room but here we are 

BIRDS OF A FEATHER: One of my favourite fashion images of all time here, and I’m surprised that it’s taken me this long to get around to posting it. Paolo Roversi’s hazy, romantic aesthetic didn’t grab me initially as I delved into various photographers’ work years back, but the discovery of images such as this one from W’s April 1997 issue certainly changed my point of view.

Decked in Galliano’s multi-coloured feathered cape for Christian Dior’s Spring/Summer 1997 Haute Couture collection by stylist Michel Botbol, Kasia Pysiak (always assumed it was Guinevere) morphs into a bird of paradise (hence the editorial’s title). Set against a dark backdrop, this photograph is certainly one of Roversi’s most admirable, and one I certainly laud.