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transcendingsound:

Where Is My Mind // THE PIXIES

With your feet on the air and your head on the ground
Try this trick and spin it, yeah
Your head will collapse
But there’s nothing in it
And you’ll ask yourself
Where is my mind?

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justakidgrowingup:

thecomicsvault:

I often get asked “why do you post so much hip hop music on this blog?” and “what’s the connection between comics and hip hop culture?”. To which I answer: “BECAUSE.” and “BASICALLY EVERYTHING!”.

From their underground beginnings, to their acceptance in mainstream culture. From the similarities between over the top characters, the super groups, the feuds, the team-ups and their ability to advance their art form and re-invent themselves and their medium over the years.

Hip Hop and comic books will always be linked, and my love for both is the main inspiration for this blog.

Above is selections from
Ed Piskor’s HIP HOP FAMILY TREE TWO-IN-ONE
from this past Free Comics Day. It illustrates better than I could how closely linked the two mediums are. 

HipHop Family Tree ❤️ one my favs

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The city has thrown its worst at me. It’s taken its best shot… twisted creations and all. But I’m still standing. I’m still here. Now, Gotham has nothing that can scare me.

(Source: jamesbuchananbuckybarnes, via ramonasflower)

misssnazzy:

Watch Rick and Morty. Seriously. It’s awesome.

(via rickandmortythings)

xombiedirge:

Breaking Bad Blu-ray Cover Series by Ralph Steadman

Official Blu-ray Steelbook editions, due for release Feb. 2015. Pre-order available HERE

(via voice-s)

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