the jagermeisters are cute babies
i still dont understand the obsession with its always science man
i got all four of my wisdom teeth taken out yesterday so ive been spending my time watching movies and i finally got to see pacific rim also i can drink stuff now
Popular Detective #1, December 1945. Cover art by Rudolph Belarski
I’m going to keep with tradition and reblog this every December
Jill Thompson’s Scary Godmother by Mike Mignola
486 plays…As part of the settlement the court awarded Sill the royalties from the sales of next Philles single, which would have been the megahit “Da Doo Ron Ron” had (Phil) Spector not stepped in and executed his admirably diabolical plan.In January 1963, Phil Spector went into the studio with Philles’ best-selling act the Crystals, along with pianist Michael Spencer and two other musicians, to record a Spector-penned tune titled “(Let’s Dance) The Screw - Part I.” The “song” — supposedly a dance novelty tune cashing in on the craze du jour — featured the Crystals, backed by a catchy dance beat provided by piano, bass and drums, warbling a verse that went something like this:Let’s do it.C’mon and do it.To the right,To the left.Now front,Now back.C’mon and do …Dance The ScrewThe chorus consisted of nothing but the word dance chanted six times, preceded and followed by Spector’s monotonic intoning of “Dance the Screw.” Chorus and verse were repeated over and over for nearly six minutes — which would be unplayable on 1963 radio — and the results were pressed as a record labeled “Philles 111.” The B-side was, not surprisingly, “(Let’s Dance) The Screw - Part II”: another six minutes of the same. Spector had a copy of his little love note hand delivered to Lester Sill, who must have realized at once that he was hosed. By deliberately creating an unreleasable product as the next Philles single, Spector had “screwed” his former partner out of any money the court intended for him, and he was singing about it!To rub salt into the wound, the following Philles release, “Da Doo Ron Ron” by the Crystals, was a huge hit, of which Lester Sill got zilch. The kicker is that it is generally believed that Spector already had “Da Doo Ron Ron” on wax and ready for release before he hastily recorded “(Let’s Dance) The Screw,” thus knowingly and illegally subverting a court order in order to screw Sill out of very substantial monies. Spector is still collecting royalties from “Da Doo Ron Ron.” Lester Sill died in 1994.
Since tomorrow’s October why not kick things off with some classic TV ads for the Monster Cereals from General Mills?
business skeleton master post
takin care of (skeleton) business
glad that tumbl finally got around to recognizing the greatest stock in existence
skeletons are shitty fucking idiots
how is it a skeleton but has fleshy hands
where the fuck do you even find these pictures
everyone loves skeleton business man
MIKE MIGNOLA’S STUDIO
If you ever wondered what Hellboy’s creator Mike Mignola’s studio would be like, MTV gives you the opportunity to take a peek at the artist’s creative space. I don’t know about all of you, but I love everything about these images. Everything! [ source ]
Without a doubt, Mike Mignola is a great example of success for any independent creator. This year we celebrate 20 years of Hellboy.
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I am envious of Mike Mignola’s collection of skulls. I often feel like my studio could use more skulls.
I am so happy knowing that Mike Mignola has a skull collection.
all dat anatomy