richard-is-bored:

Batman’s through process in one sentence.

richard-is-bored:

Batman’s through process in one sentence.

Scarlett Johansson by Craig McDean for Vanity Fair, May 2014

jaclcfrost:

"i’m not bitter" i say, bitterly, with a bitter expression

batmans-utilitybelt:

batmans-utilitybelt:

Sometimes I just wanna listen to Batman’s voice and I put on the video in which he explains how to defeat the Justice League

whoa! Kevin Conroy has a website where you can listen to him sing ^_^

visualizingmath:

allofthemath:

This, ladies and gentlemen and genderqueer folks, is Pascal’s tetrahedron, a three dimensional analogue of Pascal’s triangle, and it’s pretty freaking great.

I’ve never heard of this before!

visualizingmath:

allofthemath:

This, ladies and gentlemen and genderqueer folks, is Pascal’s tetrahedron, a three dimensional analogue of Pascal’s triangle, and it’s pretty freaking great.

I’ve never heard of this before!

medievalpoc:

T’oros Roslin Gospels

Miniature: Nativity

Armenian/Byzantine (1262)

The Walters Museum (all images available here)

hannigrahmy:

I love the New Will Graham

There’s this scene at dinner where we were tackling in the edit bay because it was so transparently homoerotic. They were doing something that was not sex or anywhere near sex, but it was shot so suggestively that they may as well have been. I think that’s the fun of this show, is that particularly at the end of episode eight, which is a very intimate moment between Will and Hannibal where Will crosses a line of sorts, with his own psyche. And Hannibal is there to welcome him on the other side with open arms. And it is, once again, not sexual in any way, shape or context, but the intimacy of the performances and the enthusiasm of Hannibal, and pride of Hannibal as he looks at Will, there is hard to deny an attraction between these men.
Bryan Fuller, describing the subtextual homoerotic relationship between Hannibal and Will. [x
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