TrekKIE is NOT derogatory.

Ask me anything!

allenpinney:

Star Wars (1977)
"Actually it’s from the Star Wars Holiday Special." - Artist3121

allenpinney:

Star Wars (1977)

"Actually it’s from the Star Wars Holiday Special." - Artist3121

(via the-shadow-is-a-passing-thing)

dorkly:

The Last Moments of Greedo
Shot through the Han, and you’re too late.

dorkly:

The Last Moments of Greedo

Shot through the Han, and you’re too late.

(Source: ltdartgallery.com, via the-shadow-is-a-passing-thing)

hevelincollection:

OK, more “When They Were Young” sightings: George R. R. Martin at 25! This is from the SFWA Bulletin on the 1974 Nebula Awards. Martin was a nominee for Best Short Story. He lost to James Tiptree, Jr. I’ve included his short piece, “On Science Fiction” and a shot of me at the 71st Worldcon in San Antonio last year, basking on the Iron Throne. 

(via the-shadow-is-a-passing-thing)

xld:

I need a hug or 6 shots of vodka

I can give you both.

(via theater-nerd)

johnbyrnedraws:

John Byrne’s studio as shown in photos taken by John. Part 1 of 2. January 2008.

It’s always a little bit amusing/nerve racking when I DO give tours to people who have not seen the house. The upstairs is relatively “grown up”, with mostly movie memorabilia and STAR TREK stuff to be “odd” — and that almost entirely confined to the TV room. But when I lead people down the stairs to the Studio, I usually say “Okay, brace yourselves, now. You are about to step right into the middle of my brain.”

(via marvel1980s)

the-fire-lord-triumphant:

Final Weapon Count: 19.
Photo credits:
Ian Stubber: https://www.facebook.com/snaphappyian?fref=photo
Trung Do: https://www.facebook.com/wmx187?fref=photo
Arthomasphoto: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008223452991&fref=photo

(via shelikessexncomics)

theomeganerd:

Canceled BioShock Film Concept Artworks

by Jim Martin

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roarkshop:

aqueousserenade:

coledownlow:

I love this quote. I love this movie.

This scene impressed me so much when I first saw it. It still fills me with… idk something. I love it.

Still one of my favorite lines from a movie ever. 

(Source: moistowlettes, via awesomedrunk007)