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classic-art:

Rain in an Oak Forest
Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin, 1891

classic-art:

Rain in an Oak Forest

Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin, 1891

— 22 hours ago with 93 notes
#fine art 

moon83:

Eduardo Rodríguez Calzado

Deviantart // Facebook

— 1 day ago with 412 notes
#art 
jthenr-comics-vault:

Captain Planet and the Planeteers ended it’s original run 18 years ago next month. However, the series seems to have incredible staying power for a show with heavy handed messages and pressure for kids to be better caretakers of Earth. Because it’s still being talked about, referenced and parodied to this day.
The show came out at a time when kids were really all about TMNT and Pokemon, not thinking about pollution and recycling, so it’s amazing a program like this cought on (or at least lasted for so long). It’s longevity even spawned a followup series. Of course when anything, especially for kids, is on tv longer than a year merchandizing is a given. Captain Planet got his own video game, toys and action figures, all made from recycled materials of course.
Then there was the Captain Planet 12 issue tie-in series published by Marvel. The comics actually followed a separate continuity from the show and from the Marvel Universe, despite this cover being a parody of Fantastic Four #1.
Everyone have a great Earth Day and remember "The power is yours!"
CAPTAIN PLANET AND THE PLANETEERS #4 (Jan. 1992)Cover Art by Ron Frenz & Joe Sinnott

jthenr-comics-vault:

Captain Planet and the Planeteers ended it’s original run 18 years ago next month. However, the series seems to have incredible staying power for a show with heavy handed messages and pressure for kids to be better caretakers of Earth. Because it’s still being talked about, referenced and parodied to this day.

The show came out at a time when kids were really all about TMNT and Pokemon, not thinking about pollution and recycling, so it’s amazing a program like this cought on (or at least lasted for so long). It’s longevity even spawned a followup series. Of course when anything, especially for kids, is on tv longer than a year merchandizing is a given. Captain Planet got his own video game, toys and action figures, all made from recycled materials of course.

Then there was the Captain Planet 12 issue tie-in series published by Marvel. The comics actually followed a separate continuity from the show and from the Marvel Universe, despite this cover being a parody of Fantastic Four #1.

Everyone have a great Earth Day and remember "The power is yours!"

CAPTAIN PLANET AND THE PLANETEERS #4 (Jan. 1992)
Cover Art by Ron Frenz & Joe Sinnott

— 2 days ago with 56 notes
#captain planet  #and  #the planeteers  #comics 
Here’s a drawing of my friends Max and Tomaz chit-chatting. I drew this cause they have the tightest friendship ever!

Here’s a drawing of my friends Max and Tomaz chit-chatting. I drew this cause they have the tightest friendship ever!

— 2 days ago with 5 notes
#artists on tumblr  #illustration  #cartoon  #best friends 
badhoc:

After a race of creatures known as the Grongi emerge from their slumber and start terrorizing humanity, Yuusuke Godai comes into contact with an extraordinary artifact that grants him the power of a Stand! With Mighty Bosstones at his disposal, Yuusuke sets out to defeat the Grongi and protect everyone’s smiles!

badhoc:

After a race of creatures known as the Grongi emerge from their slumber and start terrorizing humanity, Yuusuke Godai comes into contact with an extraordinary artifact that grants him the power of a Stand! With Mighty Bosstones at his disposal, Yuusuke sets out to defeat the Grongi and protect everyone’s smiles!

— 3 days ago with 9 notes
#jojo's bizarre adventure  #kamen rider kuuga  #jjba  #kamen rider