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The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars Part One TP

The official continuation of The Legend of Korra!
Michael Dante DiMartino (W), Irene Koh (A/Cover), Jane Bak ©, Vivian Ng ©, and Heather Campbell (Cover)
On sale June 7 • FC, 80 pages • $10.99 • TP, 6” x 9”
Relishing their new relationship, Korra and Asami leave the spirit world … but find nothing in Republic City but political high jinks and human vs. spirit conflict!
A pompous developer plans to turn the new spirit portal into an amusement park, potentially severing an already tumultuous connection with the spirits. What’s more, the triads have realigned and are in a brutal all-out brawl at the city’s borders—where hundreds of evacuees have relocated!
Written by series cocreator Michael Dante DiMartino and drawn by Irene Koh (Secret Origins: Batgirl, Afrina and the Glass Coffin), with consultation by Bryan Konietzko, this is the official continuation of The Legend of Korra!

anonymous asked:

So glad to see what you're doing with Generations. Please tell me that Martyr and Echo may one day return?

 thank you. as more information about the generations project comes out I think many of you miles and riri fans are going to be very happy with the choices we made.

 and more good news, echo already returned in daredevil end of days;  featuring work by her cocreator the lovely and talented @drdavidmrmack

https://www.comixology.com/Daredevil-End-of-Days/comics-series/8699?ref=Y3JlYXRvci92aWV3L2Rlc2t0b3AvbGlzdC9jcmVhdG9yTGlzdA

SHOOT i was going to upload this on saintpattricks day…

The story behind this is that my friend Stesha (cocreater of MSRDP before Sean) found an interview where Guy was being a grumpy butt. When the interviewer asked what was wrong, Thomas turned to him and talked to him in french. Then Thomas asked the interviewer where they could get him a Guinness. All i could think of was a small child needing his juice box because of low blood sugar or something.


Anyway sorry for this being late. A news update on MSRDP coming soon.

OUAT  Eyes Musical Episode for Spring — Who Will Sing?

By Matt Webb Mitovich / January 22 2017, 12:16 PM PST

Will Grumpy and the rest of Once Upon a Time‘s dwarfs finally sing about whistling while they work? Will erstwhile cricket Dr. Archie Hopper let loose with a tune about wishing upon a star?

“Be prepared” (as Scar might croon), because such melodic mysteries might be addressed during Season 6. TVLine hears that the fantastical, fairy tale-themed ABC series is currently planning a musical episode, to air sometime this spring. And to that end, some cast members are actively brushing up on their vocal skills.

An ABC spokesperson had no comment on TVLine’s story.

Having weaved in characters from Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin and other musical Disney features over the years, talk of Once cuing up a musical episode has always brewed, with series cocreator Eddy Kitsis saying as recently as the 2015 Comic-Con, “It would be great to do a musical episode, [but] I don’t know even know where to begin.”

Well, it would seem that the show bosses figured that one out.

As for who all would step up to the proverbial mic, “We all sing,” Once lead Jennifer Morrison told E! Online back in 2011 when asked about the possibility of a musical outing. “Josh Dallas, Ginny Goodwin, me…. I don’t know if Robert Carlyle sings; he probably does. I feel like we have a lot of musically inclined people in the cast. We’ll see!” Indeed.

Once Upon a Time First Look: August Returns… in Which Realm(s)?

Knock on wood, Once Upon a Time‘s Emma will get a helping hand in the Wish Realm from a familiar face when the ABC series resumes Season 6.

Having missed their ride home at the close of the midseason finale (after Regina got distracted by the sight of an alive-and-well Robin Hood), Princess Emma now finds herself “partnered up with the person who killed the king and queen, so everyone — including their own son — is looking or them,” series cocreator Eddy Kitsis previews.

Perhaps Eion Bailey’s August Booth aka Pinocchio, seen in the exclusive photo above, is in a position to offer the stranded Storybrookers some assistance?

“We love Eion Bailey, we love August and we love Pinocchio,” cocreator Adam Horowitz says of the upcoming encore. “We will get to see him in multiple worlds and realms.”

Bailey made his Once debut midway through Season 1, his character first known simply as The Stranger. He last appeared at the end of Season 4, when August provided insight on Author mythology.

“Part of the fun of being in Season 6 is we’ve met so many characters in the 120-plus episodes we’ve done,” Kitsis observes. “It’s always fun to bring them back.”

Once Upon a Time Season 6 resumes sometime in March.

tvline.com
Once Upon a Time Eyes Musical Episode for Spring — Who Will Sing?
Will Grumpy and the rest of Once Upon a Time’s dwarfs finally sing about whistling while they work? Will erstwhile cricket Dr. Archie Hopper let loose with a tune about wishing upon a star?
By Matt Webb Mitovich

Will Grumpy and the rest of Once Upon a Time‘s dwarfs finally sing about whistling while they work? Will erstwhile cricket Dr. Archie Hopper let loose with a tune about wishing upon a star?

“Be prepared” (as Scar might croon), because such melodic mysteries might be addressed during Season 6. TVLine hears that the fantastical, fairy tale-themed ABC series is currently planning a musical episode, to air sometime this spring. And to that end, some cast members are actively brushing up on their vocal skill

Having weaved in characters from Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin and other musical Disney features over the years, talk of Once cuing up a musical episode has always brewed, with series cocreator Eddy Kitsis saying as recently as the 2015 Comic-Con, “It would be great to do a musical episode, [but] I don’t know even know where to begin.”

Well, it would seem that the show bosses figured that one out.

As for who all would step up to the proverbial mic, “We all sing,” Once lead Jennifer Morrison told E! Online back in 2011 when asked about the possibility of a musical outing. “Josh Dallas, Ginny Goodwin, me…. I don’t know if Robert Carlyle sings; he probably does. I feel like we have a lot of musically inclined people in the cast. We’ll see!” Indeed.

Once Upon a Time resumes Season 6 on Sunday, March 5.

Question: Will we see Once Upon a Time‘s Black Fairy again? Will we also get an explanation as to why she steals babies and what happens to them afterwards? —Rebecca
Ausiello: Coming out of that fall finale, this comes as little surprise: “We are going to see a lot more of the Black Fairy (played by Jaime Murray),” series cocreator Adam Horowitz assures, “exploring her both in the past and present and learning more about Rumple’s relationship to his mother and the strange land from which she hails.”

Question: I know I’m not the only one who caught The Dragon mentioning a daughter in Once Upon a Time Episode 8. Have the showrunners said anything lately about when Lily and Maleficent will be back? Or whether Emma will keep her promise to help Lily find her father? —Sabrina
Ausiello: In a word, “No,” that Dragon (played by Tzi Ma) has nothing to do with the mystery of Lily’s father, the series cocreators confirmed for Matt Mitovich. “We had high hopes” to revisit that story in Season 6, Eddy Kitsis shared, “but we just won’t get to it.”

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Overwatch head canons that me and my friend came up with a while ago

( cocreated by @thedaftdoctor )

Tracer used to play basketball in college

Reaper sold flowers he picked from a field as a kid

D.va often grimaces whenever pharah and mercy kiss or whatever

Pharah and mercy kiss or whatever a lot

Mercy is the sappiest woman on the planet and pharah puts up with her shit

Reinhart listens to 70s music

Hanzo listens to country music and everyone blames it on mcree

mcree actually likes classic rock

d.va is an avid dj/artist

Widowmaker loves english esque coffee shops

Mei loves death metal

Genji eats a lot more doritos than d.va, she prefers potato chips

Mei loves chocolate with a burning passion

s76 brings water bottles to every fight bc his children cannot be dehydrated or he’ll die

Widowmaker can play every orchestral instrument professionally

TVLine's Winter Premiere Spoiler-Palooza

Upon allying with Maleficent (whose “resurrection” will be explained), Ursula and a magical Cruella de Vil, the banished Rumplestiltskin will be on “a collision course” with Regina as they all seek out the mysterious, soon-to-be-ID’d storybook Author for a rewrite. As Season 4B explores its overall theme – “What makes a hero? What makes a villain?” – watch for an “interesting connection” to be revealed between the Charmings and the Queens of Darkness, August (in multiple episodes) and Ariel will be seen again, we’ll meet Aurora’s father King Stefan and Ursula’s pop aka Poseidon, and “Emma will continue to explore what her particular heritage really means,” says cocreator Adam Horowitz, “as we learn that there are more secrets attached to who she was, is and will be.”

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(Regarding the 5th episode title, ‘Dreamcatcher’)

But it’s different kind of dreamcatcher — like the one that Mr. Gold invited Emma to use one to “see” Archie’s “death” (in Season 2, Episode 10) — that the new title is meant as a nod to. Perhaps the object will again be used in a magical way, maybe in the name of tracking down the newly christened Dark One, Emma?

“Although dreamcatchers evoke and remind us of Neal, they have been used on the show — magically,” cocreator Eddy Kitsis explained to TVLine during our in-depth Fall Preview Q&A. Outside of that, Kitsis shared that “Dreamcatcher” as “a very Emma-centric episode,” though it won’t incorporate any flashbacks to her past.

“The construction [of Season 5A] is different as far as flashbacks go,” Horowitz noted. “But we will be getting an Emma flashback in the early part of the season.”

[Read the rest of the article on TVLine’s Site]

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At Acee’s Neighborhood Food & Fuel, it’s too bright for the clerks to read the numbers on their cash registers’ electronic displays. That’s because the window shades hardly dim the morning sun. So a clerk tiled the windows with the foil squares they wrap breakfast sandwiches in. This workaround affords enough shade for them to conduct transactions unimpaired.

Bizarrely, managers chastise the creator of this workaround for it. But, with other clerks’ support, he maintains it. Like C. at the post office, front line employees know how to manage their environments better than anyone else. Acee, if you’re reading this, take a clue from this workaround and purchase a better sunshade.

Wherever workarounds crop up in the workplace, there are opportunities for co-creation. If your staff’s workarounds point to their pain, will you listen?

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Escape from Mondays’ by RABANEDA

co-creado en BluRoom

Escrito y dirigido por Diego Hurtado de Mendoza

Protagonizado por Diego Osorio, Marina Jamieson y Cecilia Quintana

Inspirado en la primavera 2014 de RABANEDA

Con la colaboración de TOUS

caress of steel

a suzumutsu mix by me and owaire

upside down & inside out by ok go | ugly by nicole dollaganger | a beginner’s to destroying to moon by foster the people | friends and family by river city extension | french exit by the antlers | bruises by chairlift | nwo by deep sea diver | twin size mattress by the front bottoms | restart by little daylight | let them in by pvris | ambiguity by shearwater | grow by rae morris | vampire’s kiss by john gold | twin heart by julia marcell

art by femsanlynn (thank you thank you thank you)