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Next time you touch me without asking, I punch your goddamn heart out.

"Without asking."

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francavillarts:

MICHONNEArt by Francesco Francavilla
I’ve been listening to the Walking Dead soundtrack yesterday and realized I haven’t ever drawn anything about that series, so I decided to go with one of my favorite characters from it :)
Cheers,FF

francavillarts:

MICHONNE
Art by Francesco Francavilla

I’ve been listening to the Walking Dead soundtrack yesterday and realized I haven’t ever drawn anything about that series, so I decided to go with one of my favorite characters from it :)

Cheers,
FF

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BLACK QUEEN by Mark Beachum (1986)
REAL NAME: SeleneLEGAL STATUS: Former citizen of the Roman RepublicGROUP AFFILIATION: Inner Circle of the Hellfire ClubPOWERS: Her mutant power is the ability to psionically draining the life force of other humans into herself. As well as giving other humans the ability to drain life force psionically but remaining under her control. Because of this she is referred to as a vampire.FIRST APPEARANCE: New Mutants #9 (Nov. 1983)

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BLACK QUEEN by Mark Beachum (1986)

REAL NAME: Selene
LEGAL STATUS: Former citizen of the Roman Republic
GROUP AFFILIATION: Inner Circle of the Hellfire Club
POWERS: Her mutant power is the ability to psionically draining the life force of other humans into herself. As well as giving other humans the ability to drain life force psionically but remaining under her control. Because of this she is referred to as a vampire.
FIRST APPEARANCE: New Mutants #9 (Nov. 1983)

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Hammerhead by Alex SaviukOccupation: Professional criminal, gang leader, former hitmanGroup Affiliation: Leader of the Hammerhead “family” of the MaggiaPowers: He has no superhuman abilities, yet his skull is now surgically reinforced with adamantium, making his head flat on top; with this, he can charge and break through objects such as brick walls without causing any pain or damage to himself.First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #113 (Oct. 1972)

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Hammerhead by Alex Saviuk
Occupation: Professional criminal, gang leader, former hitman
Group Affiliation: Leader of the Hammerhead “family” of the Maggia
Powers: He has no superhuman abilities, yet his skull is now surgically reinforced with adamantium, making his head flat on top; with this, he can charge and break through objects such as brick walls without causing any pain or damage to himself.
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #113 (Oct. 1972)

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Mister Sinister by Marc SilvestriOccupation: MastermindGroup Affiliation: Employer of the MaraudersPowers: A genetically altered human with superhuman physical and mental abilities. He is telepathic, able to manipulate the minds of others in various ways, and is capable of energy projection through telekinesis.First Appearance: X-Men #221 (Sept. 1987)

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Mister Sinister by Marc Silvestri
Occupation: Mastermind
Group Affiliation: Employer of the Marauders
Powers: A genetically altered human with superhuman physical and mental abilities. He is telepathic, able to manipulate the minds of others in various ways, and is capable of energy projection through telekinesis.
First Appearance: 
X-Men #221 (Sept. 1987)

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COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP
T H E  D A R K  K N I G H TThe Dark Knight Returns #3 (May 1986)Frank Miller (pencils), Klaus Janson (inks) & Lynn Varley (colors)

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COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP

T H E  D A R K  K N I G H T
The Dark Knight Returns #3 (May 1986)
Frank Miller (pencils), Klaus Janson (inks) & Lynn Varley (colors)

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x-23 #13

hello, ladies. now, if you’ll kindly allow me to finish this rescue -
"no need. we are fine. there are others who need your help more than us."
oh, jeez. you are so related to wolverine.

(Source: annaharvelle, via til-all-are-one)

comics:

Wolverine - now & forever a “sentimental wittle mutant murder machine”

(from Wolverine vol.6, issue Annual #1)

comics:

Wolverine - now & forever a “sentimental wittle mutant murder machine”

(from Wolverine vol.6, issue Annual #1)