Caveat Emptor

"In hoc signo vinces"

XXVII

becausebirds:

THERE IS A DUCK IN OUR WATER

becausebirds:

THERE IS A DUCK IN OUR WATER

(Source: avianawareness)

betype:

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ghoulnextdoor:

Artist QT-A

ghoulnextdoor:

Artist QT-A

(Source: qta3)

asgardiancherrypudding:

punkrockandspider-man:

katewillaert:

Marvel Heroes Height Comparison Chart - Illustrated for HalloweenCostumes.com.

I always thought Storm was taller, but I guess it’s because she always wears heels? Though that doesn’t explain why the Thing often appears taller.
I thought it was interesting that the movie version of Rocket was much much shorter than the comics (he’s roughly the size of an actual raccoon), in comparison to Wolverine, who is much taller in the movies (Hugh Jackman is 6’2”).

Wow, it’s really weird to me that The Thing is so short.

Groot is bigger than the Hulk? Thing is… Gamora’s size? and I thought Drax was huge? Wolverine is shorter than Black Widow?? and Rocket is surprisingly tall.

my world is changing and I don’t like it. 

(via gamerbears)