Memory: Silver//fox So I’ve been turning the whole Silver//Fox murder incident over in my head for like, the last month or so, as you do. With everything in the comics surprising me with how right it feels having this particularly big incident feel wrong was weird. Its not that I’m shy about owning up to gruesome, random murders and terrible atrocities I’ve committed either. I’ve looked at plenty (in fact, most) of the nasty shit…

Memory: Silver Fox

So I’ve been turning the whole Silver//Fox murder incident over in my head for like, the last month or so, as you do. With everything in the comics surprising me with how right it feels having this particularly big incident feel wrong was weird. Its not that I’m shy about owning up to gruesome, random murders and terrible atrocities I’ve committed either. I’ve looked at plenty (in fact, most) of the nasty shit Sabre//tooth is…

Satan saw what god demanded of his fellow angels and led an army against him in a hopeless fight against a tyrant. Jesus saw what god demanded of his fellow humans and gave in to the demands of a terrorist in the hopes that he wouldn’t kill his hostages.

atheist-xmas: atheist-xmas: atheist-xmas: I hate driving because you have to do everything perfectly as fast as possible or everyone around you will announce their displeasure with airhorns oh and if you mess up you die and kill a bunch of people at the same time LITERALLY like disarming a bomb except there’s a peanut gallery watching you and they’ve each got an airhorn and also another bomb

Satan saw what god demanded of his fellow angels and led an army against him in a hopeless fight against a tyrant. Jesus saw what god demanded of his fellow humans and gave in to the demands of a terrorist in the hopes that he wouldn’t kill his hostages.

This issue this pic is from came out July of 1998. Its a direct reference to the then-mega-popular film, Titanic. Titanic was released on home media in September of 1998. At some point before this moment, Sabretooth sat in a theater and watched Titanic. 🙂 Wolverine #126

stryfeposting: all-new x-men vol 1 #14 written by brian michael bendis, pencils by stuart immonen, inks by wade von grawbadger, colours by marte gracia. i love one (1) feral manbeast.

Basement arc thoughts #1 I will have a LOT more to say about this later, but lets start breaking down some of the elements of Sabretooth’s ‘locked in a basement’ arc, specifically from an out-of-universe “Doyleist” point of view. This plot which I will refer from now on as the ‘basement arc’, is started by Larry Hama in the 1993 Sabretooth miniseries and continued in the mainline X-books starting in X-Men Unlimited #3 by Fabian…

Basement arc thoughts #1

I will have a LOT more to say about this later, but lets start breaking down some of the elements of Sabretooth’s ‘locked in a basement’ arc, specifically from an out-of-universe “Doyleist” point of view. This plot which I will refer from now on as the ‘basement arc’, is started by Larry Hama in the 1993 Sabretooth miniseries and continued in the mainline X-books starting in X-Men Unlimited #3 by Fabian Nicieza. Here’s a little…

You know what, screw everybody who says I’m like an animal cause I kill people for fun. An animal kills for food, or to protect its territory. Killing for sport is humanity’s vice. I’m like an animal cause I use my teeth and hands to kill. No tools. Tools are a human idea.

doctorcorby: Remember Berlin? Its not their first meeting, but the first one he remembers because of soup for brains…. top: minebottom: original by Mark Texeira Redraw of a couple of panels fromSabretooth #3 (1993)writer: Larry Hama Art: Mark Texeira Please don’t repost!