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$10-ish (and under) Decks

So I’ve put together a list of tarot and oracle decks that are – mostly – $10 and under on Amazon. A few are over $10, but only by some cents, and nothing is $11 or over. All prices are accurate as of the time I grabbed them, and I’m going off of the main prices listed on the page, so you can probably find some cheaper decks in the used section as well!

I included a few offbeat choices, like a set of blank tarot cards and the Tiny Universal Waite – which is honestly too small to use as a deck, but is great for magic. Be sure to check out each listing for yourself if you’re interested!

Also, the prices are definitely going to change – the English Magic Tarot in particular has fluctuated wildly, as you all may remember. And decks that were priced too high at the time of making this list may go down in price, so it’s always worth checking Amazon just in case! Plus there are definitely a few decks that got left off this list.



“You’re just a kid!”

Request (anon): “Hi! You said you’d like requests and I have one that’s been in my head for a looong time. So peter gets really injured while fighting with the avengers( in a universe where civil war never happened) and they have to take the mask off to treat him and they realise he’s just a kid and are like ‘oh shit'”

Word Count: 2.2k (wowow longer than intended lo siento)

Warnings: injury, some language

A/N: Ahh this is my first real writing thing on here and I’m extremely scared! I thought this was a suuper cool idea, especially with the absence of Civil War. That being said, the only MCU fanfiction I’ve ever written was only with Spider-Man/Peter Parker and I am just now starting to be comfortable writing him; there is a good chance I butchered like 99% of the Avengers’ stuff, but I really hope that’s not the case (ugh). So, thank you to the anon who requested this (I really hope I did your idea justice) and I hope you enjoy! Also, I snuck in some lil Civil War and Homecoming references so kudos to you if you catch them (they aren’t that hard to find lol)

   “Who the hell is that?”

   Natacha’s voice crackled through the Avengers’ earpieces. Her colored curls moved with her head as she watched a streak of red swing down from the high-rise to her right. The incapacitated individual at her feet groaned, attempting to reach for his gun. She deftly kicked it away, scoffing, before returning her gaze to the rooftops.

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Don Imus vs Howard Stern:

During the early nineteen eighties Imus was best known characters like his Billy Sol Hargus, a send up of a radio evangelists in which Imus promoted the “First Church of the Gooey Death and Discount House of Worship.” Other regular characters included “Geraldo Santana Banana” (played by doo-wop singer Larry Chance), and “Moby Worm”, an enormous gelatinous creature who devoured local schools; a regular feature on Imus’s “Breaking News Updates.” Much of the Howard Stern Show’s magic is the result of interaction between the Stern staff and a revolving cast of phone in characters Stern called the Whack Pack. 

The “Howard Stern Night Shtick” poster it’s companion, the “Don Imus Morning Sickness” poster, were both used in the New York subway system to promote the WNBC drivetime radio lineup in ther early 1980’s. Imus and Stern were the original shock-jock radio hosts in America, waging a nonstop war of words in their over the top attempts to offend and entertain everyone. 

Here are two very large paintings Jack did for the Imus poster, one vertical and one horizontal format. A third version was published, the other two remained in Jack’s files. There was only one painting done for the Stern poster.

“Don Imus Morning Sickness” ©WNBC 1982

“Howard Stern Night Shtick” ©WNBC 1982

Insurgent Trailer
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  • me: the title screen was a+

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