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theavengersheadcanons:

kelsthericeball:

upper-stories:

piperparker—iamspidergirl:

imnottheherotype:

charmedliar:

askalokiminion:

lovelylavie:

he never said ‘no’

Cobra Bubbles. SHIELD Agent. The end. 

I don’t picture Cobra Bubbles being just any SHIELD Agent. I picture him being Nick Fury before he lost his eye and before he became Director. Cobra Bubbles was his code name while undercover.

Nick Fury’s code name would absolutely be Cobra Bubbles. No one will convince me otherwise.

[HEADCANON ACCEPTED]

Let’s not forget the scene where one of his sunglass lenses pops out.

FORESHADOWING?

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Submitted to me by tumblrinne!

starborn-valley

happydorid:

finjigames:

Some exploratory concept art for Overland.

I’ve been waiting a long time to post this!! Here we go: let’s all give a warm official welcome to Overland's art director and lead artist Heather Penn! You might know her amazing work from UCLA Game Lab or The Classroom Aquatic kickstarter or this recent post about tea spirits. It’s been a real honor to work with her so far, and she’s already had a huge positive impact on the project. You will be seeing and hearing a lot more about Heather and the visual design of Overland in the coming months!

Check out what I’ve been working on the past couple months! Super excited to be a part of this project!

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sixpenceee:

THE WYOMING INCIDENT 

The Wyoming Incident (or The Wyoming Hijacking) is a lesser known case of television broadcast hacking. A hacker managed to interrupt broadcasts from a local programming channel and aired his/her own video.

The video contained numerous clips of disembodied, human heads showing various emotions and “poses.”  and contained a couple of messages some of which are displayed here. 

The video had effects on the viewers. 

Complaints included vomiting, hallucinations, headaches, etc. Specialists have determined that the cause were frequencies played regularly throughout the broadcast.

In this clip, the frequency being played is somewhere between 17 and 19 hz. This range of frequency, when played for long periods of time, causes the eyes to subtly vibrate, sometimes inducing visual hallucinations.

You can watch the video (if you dare) here: X

The actuality of this event is debated some say it was just a prank.