The mind of Hess: a story of a man and his I-Phone

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evilcleverdog asked: I'm mixed race; part Pakistani. When I heard about Kamala Khan, it re-sparked my interest in superhero comics like crazy. I never, ever thought I'd see a Pakistani superhero headlining their own book. I'm glad to see this commitment to adding more diversity continuing, and will definitely be checking out Thor and Cap, as well as some of Marvel's other books. So basically, all the haters are free to suck my metaphorical but rather tanned dick.


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brevoortformspring:

Well, I don’t know about that last bit, but thanks for your support.

— 2 days ago with 29 notes
Slavery →

brevoortformspring:

>Tom, since you don’t know the history of slavery, and have been easily manipulated into thinking it was a “white devil” thing, you would want to read up on the slave trade, that went on for many many years before the whites in America got involved, and was big business. Black savages were sold by…

— 1 week ago with 34 notes
Anonymous asked: Has anyone expressed any interest in using Alpha Flight lately?


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brevoortformspring:

Chip Zdarsky did. Unfortunately, he asked DC about it.

— 2 weeks ago with 180 notes
awamer asked: Like many other readers I am appalled by the Howard the Duck conspiracy currently taking place in the halls of Marvel. We are forced to find out the news from HemorrhagingFun and wait for rumors of his resurgence on message boards. While I appreciate Donald Duck as much as the next guy, there is no true substitute for Howard. Let the readers decide the greatest Duck with their wallets. Tear down this Howard the Duck Ban, Mr. Brevoort! - Concerned Citizens For Fowl Freedom


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brevoortformspring:

This is going to become a thing then, is it?

— 1 month ago with 17 notes
http://brevoortformspring.tumblr.com/post/89756526373/if-you-want-to-know-about-such-things-youre →

brevoortformspring:

If you want to know about such things, you’re welcome to ask the creators in question, and they’ll give you whatever information they choose—in most cases, nothing significant, because it is really none of your business.

True, it’s not our business but at the same time Marvel and it’s creators…

— 1 month ago with 6 notes
royalboiler:

I give you…. Simon Roy

royalboiler:

I give you…. Simon Roy

— 1 month ago with 55 notes
nprmusic:

bigboi:

#ATLast

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nprmusic:

bigboi:

#ATLast

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— 1 month ago with 1906 notes
Anonymous asked: Let me ask you something Mr. Brevoort. Did Marvel release books in the '40s with Nazi protagonists?


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brevoortformspring:

I hereby proclaim this to be the stupidest question of the week!

Congratulations, anonymous sir! I’d send you a No-Prize, but that would likely compromise your carefully-guarded true identity!

— 2 months ago with 13 notes