editor in cheif


So, let’s take a tally here: Marvel Editor in Cheif is an Anti, the CEO is a Trump Donor and Advisor, and the writer of their multi-million dollar event is a former-Republican Politician who made an Anti-fascist into a fascist, wrote College students wanting Safe Spaces as an anti-American Terrorist Group and had a black superhero apologize for being into Civil Rights in the past.

It’s like Marvel is being run by the exact people who sent death threats to Simon an Kirby in the 40’s.

Yet the Right screams their lungs out that a couple racially diverse characters means their SJW Cucks. SMH. Sorry y'all get only 95% of what y'all want.


The Devil wears Prada AU. Yuuri begins working at a fashion magazine not because he’s interested in fashion, but because he wants to the closer to the editor in cheif, Viktor. He’s got a lot to learn! 

I expect to do some more drawing of this AU so keep posted if you like it!

SHUKYU Magazine × CITY BOYS FC “Cracks of Our Generation” T-shirts

CITY BOYS FC has released four new t-shirts commemorating the publishing of Shukyu Magazine’s new edition; YOUTH ISSUE.

Alongside a graphic that CITY BOYS had featured in the magazine, they have released these four new t-shirts in honour of the players that took to the pitch when CityBoys designer Keisuke Yamada and Shukyu’s Cheif Editor Takashi Ogami were in their “YOUTH”.

The four shirts feature embroidery of Il Fenomeno (Ronaldo, of course), Edgar Davids “The Pitbull”, Ronaldinho and Raul Gonzalez.


Hello Snicketards, I regret to inform you there is a conspicuous conspiracy surrounding Netflix’s new series based on the documents of Lemony Snicket. Is treachery afoot? YOU BE THE JUDGE as I break down the series of unfortunate twists and turns in this controversial calamity.

July 5th
- The trailer is posted by Eleanora Poe. The account was created one month prior. Eleanora Poe is the editor-in-cheif of The Daily Punctilio, which is the deceptive and faulty newspaper featured in the novels.

- The image of Eleanora on the aforementioned account is Laura Jean Libbey, a 19th and 20th century author who happened to write a book about a young heiress who is forced at gunpoint to marry so her husband can claim her inheritance.

July 6th
- Netlix claimes it is “not official” and “not from us”.

- Lemony Snicket owes Eleanora a gimlet. Netflix retweets this. The musician behind the music in the trailer retweets the trailer.

- After suspicion that Warner Music Group would not allow an unauthorized video to use the Dresden Dolls music - a link is found between the leader singer, Amanda Palmer and Daniel Handler. Handler’s band “The Gothic Archies” provided music for the audiobook of Coraline. Amanda Palmer is married to the author of Coraline.

- The trailer ends with the Netflix logo on a piece of parchment in a typewriter. A screenshot of this moment was found on multuple sites since at least June 2015. One was found on Reddit and another on AVClub.com.

- Jack Griffo (Nickelodeon’s “The Thundermans”) tweets that his friends created the video and it was done “for Netflix”.

July 7th

- The cinematographer’s Instagram post is found, with an image of Count Olaf’s silhouette on the screen of a camera. @JBrunoFilm claims it was made for Netflix’s series, declines to comment if he is involved with Netflix or the series itself. Claims the spot is “unofficial”. Fans pout.

- The website is found for the videos special effects. This team created effects for such high-profile projects as “American Horror Story” , “Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman”, “Hoovy” and several ride-films for SeaWorld. Likely, United Artists Coalition would be too high-profile a group to work on a YouTube fan video. Fans regain their faith.

- Eleanora Poe joins Twitter. To date, she has one tweet. She follows users such as Daniel Handler, Amanda Palmer, Warner Music Group, Netflix and JBrunoFilms; among others.

- Astute fans notice a phone number on Eleanora’s Twitter page. When dialed, a woman announces the caller has reached the Daily Punctilio and instructs them to leave a message. The number is registered in California. Fans cheer.



This is a great example of how thoroughly corrupt and dishonest the gaming media is.

The timeline is simple:

Mark Kern, a noted game developer (worked on WoW and Star Craft) put up a petition

Then VG247, a gaming media website - its editor in cheif, puts up an editorial saying that gamergate is shit, and that game developers better stay from that petition - because if you sign it, then the gaming media will know who you are and you might end up blacklisted when it comes to getting your future games promoted.

Kern in turn posts this a few days later: https://www.change.org/p/kotaku-lead-the-way-in-healing-the-rift-in-video-games/u/9806206?recruiter=10318792&utm_source=share_update&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=share_twitter_responsive

The TL:DR is that he contacted VG247’s editor in chief, asking to be allowed to post a rebutal to that editorial in the form of a letter to the editor… and is denied, because “This isn’t something we’re interested in, thank you”

This is gamergate in a fucking nutshell. When even a game dev wants to talk to the gaming media, to help them tone down the toxic rhetoric about how gamers are scum (which inspired that lovely SVU episode) he is denied.

That said, there is also good news: Totalbiscuit has offered Kern to come onto his show (I’m assuming this would be the Co-optional podcast) - and talk about this - and that show has far more viewers than VG247 anyway, so that’s all the better.