What wouldn’t I give for a playboy who couldn’t keep it in his pants and who runs through women; but what I have is a son who shows no interest in them. Oh, you thought I didn’t know? I’ve been keeping pictures of our family out of the free press for years… what you do at night with your boys after your show of skirt-chasing is a disgrace. If you were my second son, I wouldn’t care, but for a king it’s not possible… We give up what we want when we want power; believe me. Now, you want to show me you have the heart to be king, show me you can control it. Wrestle it to the ground. numb it with ice. But you cannot be what God made you, not if you mean to take my place… Celebrate, Jack, it’s what you’re good at.


The Fathers Of The Marvel Age Of Comics

Sunday marks 99 years since Jack Kirby was born on August 28, 1917. To celebrate the birthday weekend, I’ve assembled visual timeline of what Lee & Kirby looked like through the ages.

Note that Stan Lee didn’t start sporting the mustache until Jack Kirby left. Any depiction of Marvel in the ‘60s that shows Lee with a mustache is inaccurate. 

When Colleen Doran was illustrating Amazing Fantastic Incredible: A Marvelous Memoir, I don’t know whether Lee requested she draw the mustache during that period or if it was just down a lack of research materials, but it kind of complimented the inaccuracy of Stan Lee’s memories.

quadratic-and-problematic  asked:

"He says he is a photographer. Well, we have all been photographers at one point in our lives. But why here? Why now? And just what does he plan to do with all of those lenses and flashbulbs in that studio he's renting- the one next to Annie's Coffee shop?/No one does esspresso like Annie's. NO ONE." and "Jack told us that we were BY FAR the most photographically intersting community in the US, and he had come to capture just what made our town so interesting." HELP I WANT TO WRITE THIS AU


What does makes Samwell so photographically interesting? Some argue that it gets its charm from a glow cloud, which hangs, ever-present in the sky, and casts certain students in golden light at opportune times. Additional study of the cloud has led to the discovery that it seems to emanate warmth, and occasionally mini-pies. Possible side effects of prolonged contact with the cloud include ‘fluffy’ feelings, as well as enlarged pupils.