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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. 
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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. 
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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. 
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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. 
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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. 
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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. 
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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. 
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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. 
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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. 

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topmodelcentral:

Chantelle Young test shot

~ America (21) ~

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brutal-whore-degrader:

12 black holes begging to be seeded 

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naturalblkgirlsrock:

Gioncarlo Valentine Photography
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Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
ISO
125
Aperture
f/4
Exposure
1/200th
Focal Length
69mm

naturalblkgirlsrock:

Gioncarlo Valentine Photography

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Key & Peele - Obama Meet & Greet
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Key & Peele - Obama Meet & Greet
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For the pit at the Deceiver of the Gods Tour with Amon Amarth and Sabadon because #YouCantKillTheMetal

ray-darr:

dicktouching:

honk-kong:

jillbiden:

the queen wearing a hoodie whilst driving a range rover
[x]

“the thug life chose me”

Not to mention that’s the most royal fuckin hoodie it’s floral and it has bobby pins in it to KEEP IT ON HER HEAD.

This is art.
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ray-darr:

dicktouching:

honk-kong:

jillbiden:

the queen wearing a hoodie whilst driving a range rover
[x]

“the thug life chose me”

Not to mention that’s the most royal fuckin hoodie it’s floral and it has bobby pins in it to KEEP IT ON HER HEAD.

This is art.
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ray-darr:

dicktouching:

honk-kong:

jillbiden:

the queen wearing a hoodie whilst driving a range rover

[x]

“the thug life chose me”

Not to mention that’s the most royal fuckin hoodie it’s floral and it has bobby pins in it to KEEP IT ON HER HEAD.

This is art.

(via sthrnmarsh)

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brokehorrorfan:

Chicago Toy Collector created these amazing, custom-made Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures as slashers. I would love to see these mass produced.

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mialitheentertainer:

Breathe in. Breathe out.

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kwen-b:

have another picture of my handsome boy.

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