So if anyone wants to read the newest issue of Hawkeye, I’ve uploaded it to my google drive.
IT FEATURES DEAF CLINT, A LOT OF SIGN LANGUAGE, AND FEELS.
Also I’m working on translating the ASL. So yeah.
Yes, good. I have a hard time reading signs on pages? Like it makes much more sense when it’s physically signed. So I’m having a little bit of trouble with a few of the signs used. I mean, the fingerspelling etc is obvious.
Anyway, this has been one of the biggest highlights of my day and yayyyyyyy thank you so much for sharing this. <3
Also, Android has a free comic book reader app, which is something I discovered I needed to read it on mobile.
This is a translation.
Ooh! Reblogging this for translation link.
More fun with photoshop. This time I wanted to see how Anthony Mackie’s Falcon from the Winter Soldier movie would look as Captain America. Of course I know that Falcon is only Captain America in the comics, so calm your tits MCU fanboys. I just wanted to see how awesome Anthony Mackie looks in the red white and blue. It took me an entire day to do this.
Edit: I just added a shield, since that’s obviously the most important thing about being Cap.
“Ah. We could be on firmer ground here,” said Rincewind. He thought for a bit and then said, “Er. My dog… my dog has six legs.
Also regarding episode seven, I feel like Jemma was also really nervous about doing something risky or rule-breaking in front of Victoria Hand, because she’d looked so excited that Victoria was at the Hub with them. It’s safe to say Jemma looks up to her and admires her as an authority figure, therefore Jemma’s ultimate goal while at the Hub is to act according to the rule so as to assumedly please Agent Hand.”
This would have worked if Victoria wasn’t the worst and didn’t think her having tasered Jasper wasn’t the most hysterical thing in the world. Jemma goes to apologize and mostly just watches her laugh for twenty minutes in between texting John about what happened.
It did, however, get her Agent Hand’s personal phone number and an invitation to a little French bistro nearby the Triskelion, so Jemma figures it’s not all bad.
(Skye’s very smug about how happy Jemma is to have broken the rules. Just this once.)
before I bed
Clint Barton signing.
Clint Barton watching a movie with the subtitles on.
Clint Barton at home with his light-up devices.
Shield having an interpreter for video calls cause he just woke up dammit what do ya’ll want.
david alleyne| PRODIGY | 017 / ∞ (marvel) flower series
“clematis: ‘clever, intelligent” | violet: ‘faithfulness, let’s take a chance on happiness’ | parsley: ‘useful knowledge, honoring the dead, gratitude’ | foxglove: ‘dignified’"—
#steve tries to leave when sam brings up being frozen#because that’s a sensitive topic (to say the least) for him#and sam knows that he probably shouldn’t have mentioned it#and he doesnt want to come off as someone who thinks of steve as captain america and not steve rogers#so he corrects himself#but not in a blatant way#he connects and empathizes with him#he says hey#you’re a soldier#i’m a soldier#i understand#i don’t want you to talk if you dont want to#but if you do#i’m here for u bro#and that’s#why i love sam wilson
The reason why the room was pink was because on black and white film, hues of red become dark shades of black. Pink is the perfect balance to give it that dark creepy grey.
A related fun fact: while old black and white film was under-sensitive to reds, it was correspondingly over-sensitive to greens. Actors whose characters were meant to have unnaturally pale complexions - like Morticia Addams - would often take advantage of this by wearing makeup with a green base tint in order to make their faces “pop”. This is where the modern trope of cartoon vampires having green skin comes from.
These are some fun fucking facts