theblogcave:

I’d like to enter this guy in for the “Stupidest Guard in Comic Books” award.
theblogcave:

I think Magneto’s success as a character is due to the fact he’s always known this.
He’ll always be a hero to me.
theblogcave:

There’s something slightly sad about this image.
Like we’re officially saying goodbye to any part of the Scott Summers we used to know. Troubled boyscout that he was, he was at least dependable.
Now here we are. Whoever though we’d see the day?
infinity-comics:

X-Men vol. 3 #16 cover by Jorge Molina

nedsseveredhead:

if magnetos parents had lived would he still be like ‘exterminate all humans’? would charles have to interrupt his rants with “what about ur mom tho?” to which he frowns and objects “SHE HAS THE MUTANT POWER OF BEING NUMBER ONE MOM U SHUT UR MOUTH”

sweetsucculents:

sunshineandsucculents:

Where there’s a will there’s a way!

this is my favorite photo I’ve seen in a long time. Adorable!

Edgar Allan Poe’s signature on your lovely little blog
themineralogist:

Bixbyite from Utah, USA (by Matteo Chinellato)

IT’S MAGNETO’S MONDAY
BLACKLIST “MAGNETO’S MONDAY” UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE BOMBARDED

humanoidhistory:

"Our virtues and our failings are inseparable, like force and matter. When they separate, man is no more."
—Nikola Tesla, Century Illustrated Magazine, June 1900