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superseventies:

Paul and Linda McCartney, 1972

superseventies:

Paul and Linda McCartney, 1972

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Sarah Michelle Gellar turned 37 this week. That makes me feel especially old, but I’ll take solace in watching old BtVS episodes. Even after all these years, SMG as Buffy remains one of my favorite fictional characters

Sarah Michelle Gellar turned 37 this week. That makes me feel especially old, but I’ll take solace in watching old BtVS episodes. Even after all these years, SMG as Buffy remains one of my favorite fictional characters

Kurt Schaffenberger drew one heck of a Lois Lane…

Kurt Schaffenberger drew one heck of a Lois Lane…

sfcartoonartmuseum:

Heads up Miyazaki fans: our neighbors at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts will be screening a mess of Studio Ghibli films next month, from Hayao Miyazkai’s movie adaptation of his own manga, Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind to his Oscar winner Spirited Away, plus Ghibli classics Pom Poko, Only Yesterday and Grave of the Fireflies, plus Goro Miyazaki’s 2014 film Up on Poppy Hill, and more! (There’s also an Intro to Drawing Manga workshop on May 10 for more hands-on fun!) 
For more information, see: http://www.ybca.org/studio-ghibli

sfcartoonartmuseum:

Heads up Miyazaki fans: our neighbors at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts will be screening a mess of Studio Ghibli films next month, from Hayao Miyazkai’s movie adaptation of his own manga, Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind to his Oscar winner Spirited Away, plus Ghibli classics Pom Poko, Only Yesterday and Grave of the Fireflies, plus Goro Miyazaki’s 2014 film Up on Poppy Hill, and more! (There’s also an Intro to Drawing Manga workshop on May 10 for more hands-on fun!)

For more information, see: http://www.ybca.org/studio-ghibli

comicbookcovers:

Best Of DC digest #17, October 1981, cover by George Perez and Dick Giordano

Great cover, although I’m not sure what Linda Danvers is doing exactly…

comicbookcovers:

Best Of DC digest #17, October 1981, cover by George Perez and Dick Giordano

Great cover, although I’m not sure what Linda Danvers is doing exactly…