Vogue March 1971: Shelley Duvall
Vogue March 1971: Shelley Duvall
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Genuine Soil From Dracula’s Castle
The day before moving is always so weird, there’s really nothing more that can be done until the moving truck arrives tomorrow but I still feel like I should be very busy instead of just like. Measuring my furniture so I can decide which rooms it will go into before it arrives
Very cool looking 1970's view of my parents walking up the Acropolis in Athens, Greece; 1973. Those sunglasses! 😎
1970 Peter Max Beach Towel Display Banner (via: Hakes)
I love learning languages. It thrills me when I learn a new word or find out the meaning behind characters in different languages. I am bilingual in English and Chinese. Korean is my third language. Japanese and French are the languages that I learn during leisure time. Recently, I started learning Hebrew characters. Did you know that Hebrew is read from right to left? I just realised it when I…
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Hunter S. Thompson aboard the Jimmy Carter Campaign plane, Florida – Mar 1976
1976 Patti Smith
📷 Denis O’Regan
1976 Richard Pryor as Daddy Rich in the movie “Car Wash”
1977 Henry Winkler as “Fonzie” water-skiing in the ocean and about to “Jump the shark” on an episode of “Happy Days”
Penthouse July 1979 Miss Jaycee West:
Penthouse Pet of The Month
1979 Lynda Carter and her Wonder Woman stunt double, Jeannie Epper
I don’t know how popular this would be, but I at least would be interested in marvel doing comic sequels to their old shows and movies. Like DC’s Batman ‘66. And their Wonder Woman ’77. And Superman ‘78. And Batman ‘89. Look DC keeps doing this and I want marvel to do the same for their earlier live action stuff.
Like take Captain America ‘79. In the second of his movies a chemical was dumped on Portland, causing everyone in the city to age about 10 months. Think what that would do to the young. Newborns suddenly are able to crawl, long before their parents are ready to handle it. Infants might suddenly be ready for solid foods but their instincts have not caught up. Older kids might suddenly be hit by a barrage of hormones they are not yet social or mentally ready for. Ten months is a lot of time if you have not lived long.
People would be confused and stressed, none of it their fault. And the government would likely react poorly. Media and police already “justify” violence against black kids by calling them adults and the mentally ill are frequent targets of demonizing, this bio attack will just give more excuses. Things would get volatile. And 1979 was not exactly the most aware time of these issues.
Maybe Captain America would end up staying in Portland for an arc or two, trying to keep the peace, and seeing firsthand the systematic issues of America that were only increased by the bio attack. Maybe introduce a 1979 version of Falcon, and maybe have the villain be a version of Baron Strucker. The city got hit by rapid aging, the Satan Claw would be very thematic.
Similarly I would love marvel to do a comic continuing the Japanese Spider-Man show, maybe with him training the little girl who used the relic of Planet Spider to beat up people. The treasure plot line was never resolved, and she could become a version of Spidergirl. Or Spiderling given her young age.
Both of these old live action shows are pretty distinct from the comics, particularly the more modern comics, so I feel they could fit in their own niche. And no offense meant, it would not remotely be the first time Marvel took a dc concept and made it their own.
@thefingerfuckingfemalefury @chadfarsight I don’t know, it could be really fun.