Instead of love at first sight, why not nemesis at first sight?

No, I don’t mean hate at first sight. Nemeses don’t even have to particularly dislike each other, though it’s admittedly customary.

I mean their eyes meet from across the room, and there’s a moment of instant, mutual understanding that they will one day battle to the death on some remote, storm-lashed plain with the very fate of the world hanging on the outcome.


mythology aesthetics: tyche and nemesis

these two sisters are polar opposites, yet both were feared and worshipped in the olden days. tyche is the goddess of good luck and fortune, making her hard to find. however, she looks almost exactly like her winged sister nemesis, the goddess of revenge. nemesis, with her lash and sword, will not hesitate to give you what you deserve in the blink of an eye. opposite sides of the sword that can strike you either way—perfect, aren’t they?

When matching yourself with a nemesis, it’s very important to ensure that one of you is a shouter and one of you is a monologuer. If you’re both monologuers, you’ll never get around to actually battling, while if you’re both shouters, everything goes all Dragon Ball.


Happy 20th birthday, Resident Evil!

“Com’è andata?”
“Stai attenta”
“Mandami un messaggio quando arrivi a casa”
“Come stai?”
“Spero che tu stia meglio”
“Buona fortuna!”
“Mi manchi”
“Dolce notte”
“Posso venire da te?”
“Puoi venire da me?”
“Ci vediamo?”
“Ti chiamo?”
“Sei bellissima”
“Vuoi qualcosa da bere?”
“Stai attenta”
“Guardiamoci un film”
“Che fai stasera?”
“Com’è andata oggi?”
“Andrà tutto bene”
“Ci sono io con te”
“Hai bisogno di qualcosa?”
“Hai fame?”
“Volevo solo sentire la tua voce”
“Mi fai sorridere”

Non devi sentirti dire “Ti Amo” per sapere che qualcuno lo fa. Ascolta con più attenzione. Le persone lo dicono molto più spesso di quanto pensi.


The NY Post thinks the ninth planet could crash into and destroy Earth. Uh, yeah. Nope.

A handful of conspiracy theorists believe newly discovered Planet Nine must be “Planet X,” a.ka.a “Nibiru” or "Nemesis,” a celestial object predicted to barrel into Earth sometime in the early 21st century and destroy us all. For some reason, the New York Post ran with the idea in a video this week, saying “scientists” think the planet could crash into Earth sometime this month.

There is no scientific evidence to back this up. One of the scientists who found planet 9 even tweeted to shut this shit down.

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Had a great stream with @sansybones and we came to the conclusion that this is pretty much how we’re characterizing Gaster’s attitude towards Sans in our comics Seems Very Interesting and Darker Yet Darker.

Original comics by Kate Beaton.

Bonus panel under the cut:

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