Ales Kot writes because nothing else makes sense. He's responsible for screenplays, video games, graphic novels and products/experiences which do not even have their names assigned as of yet. His portfolio includes Disney, Warner Brothers, Image Comics, Marvel Entertainment, DC Entertainment, Dark Horse Comics and more.

If you want to contact him, his email is aleskotsays at gmail and his cell phone is 310-259-7803. If you want to talk with his manager, contact Ari Lubet at 3 Arts Entertainment. If you want to talk with his agents, contact Roger Green and Phil d'Amecourt at WME Entertainment. If you want to talk with his lawyer, contact Caitlin DiMotta at Impact Law Group. If you want to talk with his imaginary platypus, you better imagine it.

"At this very moment, a Russian satellite full of geckos — (possibly) having sex — is floating around in space — and mission control has lost the ability to control it."

Just read it.

My “legacy” at Marvel, distilled into one image.

My “legacy” at Marvel, distilled into one image.

I wish more people recognized and harnessed the capacity for language to communicate truths. I wish for patience and specificity. My life changed when I started narrating it as if I were like characters—not one, many—from novels. Before then, I was a Young Girl. Anguished in striving to be a picture in a magazine. That shit is real.
- Fiona Duncan, “Clothes & Class: For Feeling Like You Have A Purpose,” on Adult (via adult-mag)
adult-mag:

Saada Ahmed, “Clothes & Class: For Feeling Like You Have A Purpose,” on Adult

adult-mag:

Saada Ahmed, “Clothes & Class: For Feeling Like You Have A Purpose,” on Adult

snpsnpsnp:

just ordered my Durga Polashi for Tonya Harding sweatshirt, best $27 ever spent.

snpsnpsnp:

just ordered my Durga Polashi for Tonya Harding sweatshirt, best $27 ever spent.

hajandrade:

Frida Kahlo, Self Portrait as a Tehuana, 1940 -1943

hajandrade:

Frida Kahlo, Self Portrait as a Tehuana, 1940 -1943

I need to be alone for certain periods of time or I violate my own rhythm.
- Lee Krasner (via katisque)

"Over his five decades in the Palestinian Fatah movement, Abbas (or Abu Mazen, as he’s popularly known) had grown accustomed to staking out positions on Israel that put him in the minority. He pushed secret talks with Israelis in the 1970s, advocated recognizing Israel and forswearing violence in the 1980s, and questioned the wisdom of the second intifada in the 2000s. Elected president of the Palestinian Authority in 2005 following Yasir Arafat’s death, Abbas had campaigned on creating a Palestinian state through negotiations. But over and over, outside factors got in the way. A 2006 Hamas election victory and 2007 Gaza coup left Abbas in control of just the West Bank, and 2008 talks with Israel were short-circuited by Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s corruption indictment and Netanyahu’s subsequent election. As of 2013, Abbas’s proudest achievement was the U.N.’s recognition of Palestine as a “non-member observer state”—a status with no practical significance. As one senior Palestinian official put it, “It’s bullshit, and we know it’s bullshit.”

From "How the Israel-Palestine Peace Deal Died"

adult-mag:

Hari Nef, ”Clothes & Class: For Feeling Like You Have A Purpose,” on Adult

adult-mag:

Hari Nef, Clothes & Class: For Feeling Like You Have A Purpose,” on Adult

harinef:


“Acting Like It’s Nothing" by Hari Nef
He was fucking me fine. I couldn’t see him, but I wasn’t looking. I heard action movie music: lingering strings. Not the music of climax, but the music you hear when a piece of the mystery slips into place.
The music wasn’t playing.

harinef:

Acting Like It’s Nothingby Hari Nef

He was fucking me fine. I couldn’t see him, but I wasn’t looking. I heard action movie music: lingering strings. Not the music of climax, but the music you hear when a piece of the mystery slips into place.

The music wasn’t playing.

Never forget

Never forget