1. theuniblog:

    My name is Potato

    America’s #1 song, 1977.

     
     
  2. okbjgm:

    Just went live at o2stk.com!

     

  3. "If you’ve never heard of The Middleman, consider it the smartest genre-savvy spin on action heroes and weird mystery that you’ve never experienced — for shame."

     

  4. THE MIDDLEMAN IS FUNDED! HOW ABOUT A STRETCH GOAL?

    okbjgm:

    middlefans, i couldn’t be more grateful for your support — this is a truly wonderful day, and your participation means the world to me!

    here’s where we go from here… and if this stretch goal works, the next one will be, of course, another brand-new graphic novel for 2015!

     
  5. joelcarroll:

    Inktober Day 01

    I think I love this drawing more than I love hamburgers. And I’m a man who loves his hamburgers.

     

  6. The Middleman: The Crowd-Funded Franchise Resurrection BEGINS!

    okbjgm:

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    check us out at www.o2stk.com! or search for us at www.indiegogo.com!

    Guys. Guys! You can help Javi Grillo-Marxuach and myself make a new Middleman comic AND get the whole series in print again! In exchange, we’ve got a whole mess of cool rewards for you. Signed books, a new print I drew just for this, and, just maybe, you can go to a live reading of the script of the new comic by the Middleman TV cast! 

     

  7. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1ST…

    okbjgm:

    THE MIDDLEMAN - THE CROWD-FUNDED FRANCHISE RESURRECTION BEGINS!


    (here’s a little sneak preview of what we’re going to be up to…)

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  8. gunsandposes:

    A scene of 1950s ingenuity, clipped from the Breckenridge American. Breckenridge, Texas. March 9, 1955. (I wonder what Woody is working on now.)

    (University of North Texas)

    Hey, I remember seeing this in Boy’s Life in the mid-eighties. They included plans for building “Gismo2BL,” which I used to build my own robot. It was pretty cool. My robot only rolled around and waved his arms though. Very little lifting of heavy objects and no lights.

    (via joekeatinge)

     
  9. theuniblog:

    sonicthehedgeho:

    This scene gets a lot better when you learn that it was improvised. They were supposed to share a long hug, but as Shrek picked Shadow up, he realized the characters just wouldn’t be fulfilled unless they demonstrated their love for each other. Shrek went in for the kiss and Shadow reciprocated perfectly, creating the most passionate love scene in cinematic history.

    Uhhh… Not sure if this is horrific or freaking amazing.

    My time here is ogre

    (Source: kt-boundary)

     
  10. abandonedography:

    Before and after of the Teletubbies hill which has now been turned into a pond. (via)

    Eh oohhhhh