motherjones:

think-progress:

Superman was an undocumented immigrant.

It depends on which version of Superman you’re talking about, really—in the version in which he becomes president, Superman emerges from the birthing matrix in Kansas, which means he was technically born in the United States. We covered the issue in depth here.

Lawyered.

motherjones:

think-progress:

Superman was an undocumented immigrant.

It depends on which version of Superman you’re talking about, really—in the version in which he becomes president, Superman emerges from the birthing matrix in Kansas, which means he was technically born in the United States. We covered the issue in depth here.

Lawyered.

Adam Brown animated a Calvin & Hobbes strip using Bill Watterson’s drawings as keyframes.

The strip it’s based on, originally published on September 27, 1992, is below.


Biologists play reverse Pokémon, trying to avoid putting any one team member on the front lines long enough for the experience to cause evolution.
Calvin and Hobbes, September 20, 1986.

Ingress: Foursquare with space noises.
In all seriousness, vote.

In all seriousness, vote.

C&H, October 1, 1987.
The world is a complicated place.

The world is a complicated place.

Doonesbury, Sep 16, 2012

The only one of these games I really played was Area 51
Calvin and Hobbes, 8 November, 1989.

Oh right, eye contact, Ok, good, holding the eye contact … holding … still holding … ok, too long! Getting weird! Quick, look thoughtfully into space and nod. Oh, dammit, said, ‘yeah’ again!

“If you’re a geologist or geophysicist and you don’t introduce yourself by saying your name, then gesturing downward and saying ‘… and I study that’, I don’t know what you’re doing with your life.”

Why couldn’t Thor’s hammer break Captain America’s shield?

radmax:

01012012:

theneverendingdrums:

stravaganza:

the-ss-destiel:

BECAUSE IT WAS MADE OUT OF FREEDOM AND THE DREAMS OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE

uh excuse me wasn’t it adamantium

no it’s vibranium

you mean FREEDOMIUM

Oops.

Well, that’s the Serpent, not Thor. But Thor has destroyed and damaged it on numerous occasions, including this time when he simultaneously shattered the shield and killed Steve Rogers:

(Source: crazymistake, via unlawfulgatherer)