notnights​ said: Idk how old this is but I found it when submitting the others.

Oh no the book wants the R

notnights​ said: Idk how old this is but I found it when submitting the others.

Oh no the book wants the R


notnights said: Disgusting.

Haha I love this weird AU…thing?

notnights said: Disgusting.

Haha I love this weird AU…thing?


notnights said: Awful.

omg nights, what the heck??? Have you been doodling all night? Why are there three more of these in my box?????

notnights said: Awful.

omg nights, what the heck??? Have you been doodling all night? Why are there three more of these in my box?????


notnights said: I don’t want to put this stuff on my blog so I’m putting it on your’s.

sexy

notnights said: I don’t want to put this stuff on my blog so I’m putting it on your’s.

sexy

toni-tan:

yungcarol:

mulp-plum:

what the fuck is going on im so high

oH MY FUCKIJG GISVI I I THUNK I FOUND THIS ON SOUNSCCLOUD ONCE AND I COULDN’T FIND IT AGAIN AND HINESTLY I WAS BEGINING TO WINDER IF ID JUST FUCKING IMAGINED IT BUT HERE I AM AT SEAWORLD

A new manga just got uploaded to mangapanda today called Yuusha Gojo Kumiai Kouryuugata Kaijiban, or, eh, Hero Union BBS for short.

It’s a really cute manga about heroes from all sorts of different worlds and realities being able to talk together on the Hero Union forums to get advice or share their stories with each other.

The first story, which ended up being revisited several times during the series (only 9 chapters translated so far), is about a retired hero seeking advice because his world had a bit of miscommunication about the need for a hero. The kingdom summoned a hero from another world, but didn’t know that a person born to be a hero already existed, and so ended up with two OP heroes for a relatively ordinary main villain. 

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Heroes in this world are treated as unpredictable dangerous beings who need to be controlled, so the retired hero who went into hiding after saving the world and declining to marry the princess doesn’t want to be actively involved, but he’s connected to the situation by the Hero Union and has been put on the spot for a solution. 

So he ends up making a post on the forums (run a bit, I think, like a video chat mixed with a normal forum, where the input method is speech) to seek the advice of others.

Together they come up with…a …..solution, and the consequences of his actions are discussed in later chapters.

Basically, what I’m trying to say is that the manga addresses the cliches of heroes’ situations from games, manga, and anime from the perspective of the heroes (both the type that automatically accept their role and the type that do not).

I would definitely recommend it, you can find it here

More random fireworks tonight… I dunno why but my city has a lot of fireworks in summer and fall. I’ll just be sitting in my apt and hear little popping noises and run outside like a kid runs out to the ice cream truck jingle.

chi11i:

THHERE IT IS!!!! THE REE IT IS!!!! ! THEEREE HE IS !!! !THERE EH IS  !!!! !YYYEEEAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!
LoOK HOW CU T E HE IS IM SCREAMIGN ?? ?? ?? ??????

Needs…smaller…pupils…….

chi11i:

THHERE IT IS!!!! THE REE IT IS!!!! ! THEEREE HE IS !!! !THERE EH IS  !!!! !YYYEEEAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!

LoOK HOW CU T E HE IS IM SCREAMIGN ?? ?? ?? ??????

Needs…smaller…pupils…….

I wish DC would do a remake of Static Shock. That was one of my favorite shows as a kid. It had such great messages…

shawnlenore:

I feel like the werewolf genre just makes werewolves generic bad asses too often without exploring some of the pitfalls of being a werewolf….like not wanting to rip your nice clothes because you gotta tear off a dude’s face. (To be fair, she normally would wear clothes that aren’t as nice, but it was an emergency.)

I’m working on pulling together a lengthy werewolf comic story, and this is sort of a little test comic to see if I can deal with drawing werewolves constantly. (Not a problem. It’s super fun to draw werewolves.)