Perch Tank
trashvideofinland:

Carabinieri si nasce (1985) / Kyttäkoulun kahelit / Omaxi
HE EIVÄT OSAA KIRJOITTAA, EIVÄTKÄ LUKEA, VAAN…!

trashvideofinland:

Carabinieri si nasce (1985) / Kyttäkoulun kahelit / Omaxi

HE EIVÄT OSAA KIRJOITTAA, EIVÄTKÄ LUKEA, VAAN…!

chrisallanread:

 


Bennett? I thought you were-

chrisallanread:

 

Bennett? I thought you were-

cultoftheposter:

Young Warriors (1983)

cultoftheposter:

Young Warriors (1983)

arcadequartermaster:

Classic sword-and-sorcery movies

fyspringfield:

Fifa World Cup starts today. Who are you cheering for? 

Yeah, this bears repeating once again.

adventuresinhires:

The movie poster art of Frank McCarthy
http://www.conancompletist.com/darkofthesun/McCarthy_the_list_NSS.html

Legendary Frank McCarthy

tompeyer:

Gorilla robs bookstore


Rememver gorillings, reading is power.

tompeyer:

Gorilla robs bookstore

Rememver gorillings, reading is power.

Hmmmm…

Hmmmm…

comicsalliance:

The ‘Mighty Marvel Superheroes’ Cookbook’ (1977) Will Teach You to Make a Sandwich
A while back, ComicsAlliance brought you a look back at the 1976 Mighty Marvel Strength & Fitness Book, in which the kids of the ’70s were invited to slim down with exercises like the “Torchie Twist.” It’s hardly the only strange piece of strange Marvel ephemera from the era, though, and apparently it did its job so well that by the next year, it was time to fatten up those kids all over again with The Mighty Marvel Superheroes Cookbook!Featuring the art of Joe Giella — who also illustrated Strength & Fitness and who currently handles art chores on the meddlesome Mary Worth — the Mighty Marvel Cookbook features pages upon pages of recipes that are only vaguely tied into the super-heroes. A lot of them actually look pretty tasty, but there are plenty that are extremely dubious. I mean, writing a cookbook for kids is one thing, but when you count “make a sandwich” as a recipe, you’ve crossed the line into sheer insanity.
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Dr Strange instant eatery!

comicsalliance:

The ‘Mighty Marvel Superheroes’ Cookbook’ (1977) Will Teach You to Make a Sandwich

A while back, ComicsAlliance brought you a look back at the 1976 Mighty Marvel Strength & Fitness Book, in which the kids of the ’70s were invited to slim down with exercises like the “Torchie Twist.” It’s hardly the only strange piece of strange Marvel ephemera from the era, though, and apparently it did its job so well that by the next year, it was time to fatten up those kids all over again with The Mighty Marvel Superheroes Cookbook!Featuring the art of Joe Giella — who also illustrated Strength & Fitness and who currently handles art chores on the meddlesome Mary Worth — the Mighty Marvel Cookbook features pages upon pages of recipes that are only vaguely tied into the super-heroes. A lot of them actually look pretty tasty, but there are plenty that are extremely dubious. I mean, writing a cookbook for kids is one thing, but when you count “make a sandwich” as a recipe, you’ve crossed the line into sheer insanity.

READ MORE

Dr Strange instant eatery!