The Soloist

Currently a resident of Astoria, NY as an Equity actor.

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A very young looking Neil Patrick Harris making an appearance in Murder, She Wrote.


1) The Little Mermaid pencil test by Glen Keane   via diehard-disney

2) Tangled pencil test by Glen Keane   via diehard-disney

3) Aladdin pencil test   via diehard-disney

4) Sleeping Beauty pencil test by Marc Davis   via diehard-disney

5) 101 Dalmatians pencil test   via diehard-disney

6) Xeroxes of Frank Thomas pencil animation for Pinocchio

(Via: Michael Sporn & The Illusion of Life: Disney Animation)  via the-disney-elite

7) Peter Pan pencil test by Milt Kahl   via diehard-disney

8) The Jungle Book pencil test   via diehard-disney

9) The Rescuers pencil test by Ollie Johnston   via diehard-disney

10) Alice in Wonderland pencil test by Milt Kahl   via diehard-disney

(via disneywollip)


Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division?

More like,

Shit Hydra Is Everywhere, Lock Down.

(via crimson-rising)

Malcolm in the Middle

Oddly progressive with its depiction of gays, people with disabilities, poverty and people of color considering how old it is an how under-the-radar it is.

Sure, Stevie’s disabilities sometimes create humorous situations (it IS a comedy), but mostly we know him as a smart, nerdy kid with a sarcastic streak, with overbearing parents.

In one episode Hal visits his friend’s house for poker night but he feels like he is the odd man out. As an audience, we think it’s because he is the one white guy in a room full of black friends—in fact, Hal feels like he is worth less because he is not a professional. 

Hal berates his friends for thinking that sex is an exchange for chores and favors for their wives.

Lois is tough and straightforward and loud and outspoken and also romantic and feminine and always stands by what is right and fair. 

Anytime a gay character is present, it is not the most important aspect of that character, but merely a trait that exists and shows up in delightfully unexpected places. 

And seriously thank god for a show about a family living with a tight budgets. I mean THAT’s more like what my growing up years looked like. 



"Maybe if you go to bed you’ll feel better in the morning" is literally just the human version of "Have you tried turning it off and back on again?"

what have you done

(via crimson-rising)