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fearinthewind:

I’ve reached 11,000+ followers, so I figured it was time for a giveaway!

I am, however, kinda lazy, so the prizes of this giveaway are gonna be kind of a surprise! As in I won’t be listing out all the individual items you could possibly win, just the series of where it’s from. Said list of prizes is also liable to change, so there’s that too.

But to give a better idea of what things you can, please look at the above picture of the trash pile (which it should be noted may not be everything that you could win, and some of the items might end up unavailable if I’ve already given them away). It’s not the clearest pic, but I guess the main thing you should know is that most if not all the merch is official stuff from Japan, so the quality is pretty dang good.

BUT YEAH, I have merch of the following series that you could get something from:

  • One Piece

  • Pokemon

  • Totoro

  • Kiki’s Delivery Service

  • Iron Man

  • Tiger and Bunny

  • El Shaddai

  • Magi

  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures

  • Evangelion

  • Attack on Titan

  • Harry Potter

  • Fullmetal Alchemist

If you, however, are not interested in any of these things, I am also giving away some of my own stuff! I’m currently undecided on large prints, but here’s what I have to offer.

[should also be noted that it’s mostly Pacific Rim stuff]

  • Small prints

  • Buttons/Pins

  • Stickers

Basically if you win, you’ll get the chance to pick multiple items from the pile above, though the number will depend on how expensive each item is (so more expensive, less items, less expensive, more items!)

There will be a total of 5 WINNERS chosen, all of whom I will contact to discuss prizes, as there is the possibility of some items changing.

This giveaway is for FOLLOWERS ONLY, and I will check if you are a giveaway only blog.

It is also open worldwide! So I will cover shipping to wherever you are in the world!

This giveaway will end on November 2nd at 12:00 am EST, and you can do the whole reblog/like once to get a better chance at winning.

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gothiccharmschool:

mjschryver:

Red pandas, being adorable. Like they do.

Credits:
  1. untitled, by Slavomir M.
  2. Red Panda, by Curt
  3. Yawning Red Panda, by Robert Mooney
  4. Red Panda ;, by Art G.
  5. unknown
  6. Red Panda in a Tree Y A W N I N G!, by Neil McIntosh
  7. Fight for Your Life, by darkcalypso
  8. Red Panda, by Jamie Cuthill

Yes, I ABSOLUTELY needed to see these. 

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junkeeb said: Hello Mr. Anka, I just wanted to say your art is amazing. I love everything and always look forward to your previews. My fave hero is Rogue and I haven't found a pic of her from you. Have you ever drawn her? Any plans to? :-) Anyway, just wanted to say I am a huge fan! Thanks!

kristaferanka:

i got a few drawings of her lying around

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whosthewhatnow:

thefrogman:

There is also a death for the immortal jellyfish. He is very bored.

Artwork by Chris Gugliotti [webcomic | tumblr]

I drew another thing
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wellesleyunderground:

Excited to read @nytmag piece “The Men of Wellesley.” Would love to hear from alums who interviewed for the piece!

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somuchscience:

Maddie Girard’s dissertation is cooler than yours:

"With their ornately-colored bodies, rhythmic pulsations, and booty-shaking dance moves, male peacock spiders attract the attention of spectating females as well as researchers. One such animal behavior specialist, Madeline Girard, collected more than 30 different peacock spider species from the wilds of Australia and brought them back to her lab at UC Berkeley. Under controlled conditions, she recorded their unique dances in the hopes of deciphering what these displays actual say to a female spider and how standards differ between species.”

All lab spider footage ©Madeline Girard
Posted and Produced by Luke Groskin at Science Friday

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