open Google maps and type this ‘Lisakovsk, Kostanay Province, Kazakhstan’
okay, now zoom a place that I highlighted
Done! Now you know where the entrance to hell and we can finally get Adam out of the cage!
you have no idea how terrifing that is
guys. GUYS. if you view this as map instead of satellite (like how it is in these pictures) you can click it for more info. the first ‘most helpful’ review is this
The final hour
The final frontier.
Looking at Tony and Bruce’s outfits at the end of the movie, I’m just gonna put this out there: Bruce is wearing Tony’s clothes. They’re about the same size and build, Bruce’ outfit is way snazzier than his usual style, and we already know that Tony practically asked Bruce to move in with him the day they met. Tony loaned him an outfit from his no-doubt gargantuan Stark closet because they’re Science Bros now, plus Bruce’s only other clothes were reduced to a pair of torn short-shorts when he Hulked out. Also, Tony knows that this is Bruce’s first (positive) interaction with the press, and if there’s anything Tony Stark’s good at, it’s putting on a show. [read more]
cats are so fucking pointless i want 10,000
This is the interior of the cathedral in Vienna (Stephansdom). I always find it fascinating how in modern times the term ‘gothic’ is widely associated with darkness, shadows and general gloomy creepiness while the whole point about gothic was the invention of strong buttresses which allowed for bigger windows and more light. Churches were bigger, more spacious, lighter and full of sunlight and colors from stained glass. The general impression which they were meant to inspire was therefore exactly opposite to that with which ‘gothic’ is associated today.