a restaurant in my hometown got a review that said the servers should “show some skin” so the owner added a potato skin special to the menu and all the proceeds from the special go to the west virginia foundation for rape information services (x)

That’s exactly the appropriate response.

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Still messing around with my style. I tried putting a background in this one.


Still messing around with my style. I tried putting a background in this one.

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#rose lalonde


Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s incredible installation Transarquitetônica features root-like tunnels formed out of wires and repurposed wood, making for an unbelievably immersive experience for visitors.

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cooled conservatories by wilkinson eyre architects


cooled conservatories by wilkinson eyre architects

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Vocal Forge - Live Forever


Fun Fact: Did you know that “Fly Away Now” from Panty and Stocking was a remix of a series of vocal samples from the “Live Forever” portion of the music application Vocal Forge?

Here are the original vocal files strung together!

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I tried listening to WTNV in the shower the other day but had to stop because I’ve apparently already learned the entire first episode from Tumblr and I didn’t feel like figuring out how to cope with that right then

#may try again in several months

#no particular reason it just takes me several months to get around to anything


A comiXologist Recommends:
Jen Keith recommends Watson & Holmes Vol. 1

“When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”
-Sherlock Holmes 

Or in this case: when you have eliminated your comic to-read list, whatever remains, however good, it must be Watson and Holmes that you read next.

Modern adaptations of Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, and the steadfast Doctor Watson are in vogue with BBC’s Sherlock and CBS’ Elementary. Karl Bollers and Rick Leonardi, with their own avant garde take, move the now African American pair from England and into Harlem, NYC for investigations into drug trafficking, kidnapping, murder, and more. 

Despite the contemporary setting and subsequent changes to what we expect from a Holmesian story, it’s still entrenched in Doyle’s writing. Many crime dramas turn into procedural cop shows; Watson and Holmes keeps us in Watson’s shoes, observing Holmes’ genius while he himself steps into the spotlight as a force to be reckoned. As a fan of the original work I’m thrilled they maintained that quintessential vantage point while giving Watson the attention he deserves. Nods to the source material are scattered throughout, so fans of any version of Holmes and the uninitiated reader alike will find an engaging mystery for all tastes. 

Leonardi’s art keeps the distinct personalities of the characters and New York City intact. I never realized I was missing a Sherlock Holmes with dreadlocks in my life, but I was. Meanwhile, Mycroft and the Baker Street Irregulars a treat, and I eagerly await more of them. 

You may be familiar with a more traditional interpretation, but I highly recommend you pick up Watson and Holmes Vol. 1 for the collected issues #1 – 5 and a breath of fresh air in these well-loved characters. After all, the game is afoot.

[Read Watson & Holmes Vol. 1 Here!]

For fans of: crime, drama, action

Jen Keith is a Digital Editor at comiXology, comic artist, music addict, and would like you to know that Holmes never said “Elementary, my dear Watson” in the original stories.

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#sneak peek he is amazing much like all mycrofts are amazing

#dammit jackie when did you convert me to mycroft fan?

#watson and holmes

#sherlock holmes

#watson jam

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