dean trippe | moonbase one

Ask me something   I made Something Terrible, created Butterfly, co-founded Project: Rooftop, co-host The Last Cast podcast, ramble on Twitter, and I have a
website.

twitter.com/deantrippe:

    [on diversity in media] I think its social responsibility. I think it’s our responsibility to stand up and say what we want. It think if you look at television in the past two years, it’s becoming the decade of the female. Like, all these new shows with female leads. Even if you look at television, as well as cable, as well as films, there’s been a resurgence, as far as the leading woman in Hollywood, which is great. And I think we’re also at the point now…you know, it’s interesting…x

    (Source: forassgard, via themarysue)

    — 20 hours ago with 31526 notes

    deantrippe:

    Poster tubes are here! You’ll Be Safe Here 18x24” posters now available!

    Please include shipping address in the payment notes to be SURE it’s right the first time. These prints turned out super great, and I’m happy to finally be able to offer them to anyone who might not get to see me at a show near them. :D

    See the full You’ll Be Safe Here image here or at http://deantrippe.com if you haven’t had the chance, and the full story on September 24th, in SOMETHING TERRIBLE.

    Still available! Add $10 for international shipping.
    — 4 days ago with 135 notes
    5 Things I Learned as the Internet's Most Hated Person | Cracked.com →

    wilwheaton:

    Editor’s Note: A few weeks ago our message board and general inbox were bombarded with demands we address something called the “GamerGate Scandal”, posts written with the urgency and rage one would associate with, say, discovering that Chipotle burritos are made entirely from the meat of human babies. It’s apparently a big deal in some circles, so we followed the links and read the piles of data presented, and had to stop and take a deep breath just to grasp it all. “Gentlemen,” we said amid the stunned silence, “do you realize that if what they’re saying is true, then this is still the most pointless fucking bullshit anyone has ever forced us to read?”

    The “scandal” turned out to be an excuse for an Internet harassment campaign against a random indie game developer who, like many such targets, was a female and a feminist.

    It was all sparked by a single forum post from a jilted ex-boyfriend, but the ensuing outrage was so fierce and relentless that the story made it all the way to The New Yorker. This kind of spontaneous shitstorm is depressingly common these days, so we reached out to Zoe Quinn to see what it’s like to be the Internet’s Most Hated Person (well, for a couple of weeks, anyway). Here’s what she told us.

    — 5 days ago with 1660 notes

    bclaymoore:

    brentschoonover:

    cogcomics:

    Darwyn Cooke’s December DC Variant Covers

    So perfect!

    DARWYN.

    (via wilfredotorresart)

    — 1 week ago with 2628 notes

    gwendabond:

    GET TO KNOW DC COMICS QUEEN: Lois Lane
    ↳ “[Lois Lane] just has this absolute loyalty for what is good and right and just, and it parallels what Superman is and what he embodies.”

    Perfection.

    (Source: sexyclois, via uncannybrettwhite)

    — 1 week ago with 4181 notes

    spx:

    Thank you SO, SO much to everyone who has joined us on Thunderclap to help spread the word about SPX.  

    Tomorrow mid-day, all of our social media accounts across Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook will launch the same message. With your help we’ll reach nearly 300,000 people with a call to action to attend SPX this weekend!

    Want to get in on the action?  There’s still time!  

    JUST CLICK HERE <———«

    It’s take a few seconds and you’ll be synced up with over 250 other faithful comrades in arms to help us pack the house this weekend!

    Thanks again!  

    I say this a lot because it is true - you make everything we do possible!

    This weekend will be my first SPX in YEARS. See you there, comics fans!

    — 1 week ago with 19 notes

    javeliner:

    think about the concept of a library. that’s one thing that humanity didn’t fuck up. we did a good thing when we made libraries

    (via kateordie)

    — 1 week ago with 424886 notes