Ecstasy. From the Greek ekstasis. Meaning not what you think. Meaning not euphoria or sexual climax or even happiness. Meaning literally: a state of displacement, of being driven out of one’s senses.

— Jeffrey Eugenides  (via viage, entelechies) (via 167yen) (via pizza4lifee) (via xantaastic) (via dysfunktionull)
leather-rebeld:

http://elmultiverso52.com/2014/10/18/la-cosa-del-pantano-parte-7-unlimited-editorial/¡Hasta siempre, Swamp Thing! Me despido de nuestro querido amigo en esta última reseña de La Cosa del Pantano de la editorial Unlimited, la que la parecer ha decidido no continuar su publicación. El decir adiós siempre es triste, así que espero que esta review ayude, aunque sea un poco.
barlimon:

Ralph Bakshi’s Lord of the Rings
70sscifiart:

Bob Pepper

Anonymous asked: What books should I read to get the big picture?

blaqmercury:

First you have to decide on what your definition of the ” big picture is”. Then Google you butt of including the term “PDF’ at the end of search request- this wil start you on a journey that will change directions an find things you may never have heard of- and things that you don’t need to know.

With the term “big picture” - you could end up anywhere, try and be more specific prior to research for your own time and sanity.

blackpaint20:

Satan trapped in ice at the bottom of HellAnonymousIn Dante’s Inferno, Satan is portrayed as a giant beast, frozen mid-breast in ice at the center of Hell. Satan has three heads and affixed under each chin are pairs of bat-like wings. As Satan beats his wings, he creates a cold wind which continues to freeze the ice surrounding him, and the other sinners in the Ninth Circle. The winds he creates are felt throughout the other circles of Hell. Each of his three mouths chew on Judas, Brutus, and Cassius. Dante illustrates a less powerful Satan than most standard depictions; he is slobbering, wordless, and receives the same punishments in Hell as the rest of the sinners