Mr. K's Geek Cornucopia.
beckittns:

(featuring Krapp’s last banana)

beckittns:

(featuring Krapp’s last banana)

hothotphone:

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Dear Mr. Ruiz,

I got your note about the animal living in my place. I am aware that the lease for the apartment complex states that “no Tenant is permitted to have a pet living on the Premises.” You were very serious about that rule and I completely understand your rationale. However, this…

snubpollard:

(Golgo 13, Takao Saito & Saito Pro)

Golgo 13 versus Dracula? I need to read this! Quick, my instant “learn Japanese” equipment & a scan of the relevant issues! C’mon, internet!

snubpollard:

(Golgo 13, Takao Saito & Saito Pro)

Golgo 13 versus Dracula? I need to read this! Quick, my instant “learn Japanese” equipment & a scan of the relevant issues! C’mon, internet!

shitroughdrafts:

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, by Washington Irving. 1820.
Gettin ready for a Shit Rough Halloween.

shitroughdrafts:

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, by Washington Irving. 1820.

Gettin ready for a Shit Rough Halloween.

I wrote this. It is funny.

cockrum1970s:

dave cockrum at the height of his powers in 1976. it’s a shame this piece was only published real tiny in a MARVEL COMICS letter page

cockrum1970s:

dave cockrum at the height of his powers in 1976. it’s a shame this piece was only published real tiny in a MARVEL COMICS letter page

meganamram:

***LOST MASKING TAPE***

meganamram:

***LOST MASKING TAPE***

dailyforlorn:

Lesser Fests of Chicago (for Chicago Magazine)

Makes me miss Chicago…

dailyforlorn:

Lesser Fests of Chicago (for Chicago Magazine)

Makes me miss Chicago…

jessnevins:

“The Library Stacks”

Synopsis, from Bloom’s Literary Reference Online

In the early part of the 20th century there was no clearly defined field of horror fiction. Most of what got published was grouped loosely under the heading “weird fiction,” which often included fantasy and science fiction…