Hinterkind! Escrito por Ian edginton, desenhado por Francesco trifogli e cores da Cris Peter ❤
Em um cenário pós apocalíptico onde a humanidade foi reduzida por conta de uma peste e a natureza voltou para tomar o seu lugar na cadeia alimentar. As antigas raças que foram reduzidas a lendas e mitos como Elfos, fadas, trolls, sátiros e centauros agora tomam as cidades dos estados unidos e escravizam e se alimentam dos humanos que restaram que não foram afetados pela peste.
Uma história cativante e brutal com várias lições pra mostrar o que é realmente a humanidade e outras raças reclusas fariam pra sobreviver.
Seram 3 volumes ao todo dessa série e indico a quem gostar de cenários pós apocalípticos e principalmente quem gostou de Sweet tooth e fábulas vai achar hinterkind no mínimo interessante, sem falar das capas do Greg Tocchini e as cores da Cris Peter ❤
By : Nexy
*sorry no paragraphs!* My idea of a selfie, ha ha, and for #invisibleillnessawareness#invisibleillnessweek , this photo shows how I stand with or w/out my cane, often with a wider stance, to do my best to keep my balance. If I put my feet too close together, as I have to do for my neurology appt. tests for #multiplesclerosis , I fall over... #spasticity#vertigo#weakness . . .
The invisible problem? Without my cane, I look "normal", and people rush around me, many allowing their children to do the same. Little awareness for personal space, if any, which I understand to a degree in some situations, but along with #chronicfatigue , it's the one huge thing that makes crowds (or being around people at all) very stressful. And just one big reason why I prefer walks in these soft, lush, mossy woods! #nemophilist A tree branch may trip me, but there's always another outstretched to lend me a hand when my awesome husband @oc_tomos isn't nearby to catch me. :) I'll venture into the woods as long as I am able! Trees are my friends. :) To all of you #invisibleillnesswarriors , keep on keeping on, #nevergiveup ! We can do this. 💪🏼💪💪🏾💪🏿💪🏻💪🏽! My sister, Tiffany @weirdgirlbutnice ... thank you so very much, with watery eyes, for being such an amazing help this past wknd! And for the laughs! I'll bring my cane next time. For sure. 😂❤️!
Hoy ven y disfruta de nuestra exclusiva promoción en Gin y Vodka importado 2x1 solo en el PH del Le Parc Hotel #gintonic#vodka#sabores#promo#vertigo
Además hoy noche de Disco- pop- rock de los 80s porque Cristina Noriega y su violín electrónico nos deleitará con los mejores éxitos.
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@Regranned from @kedavison - This week is #invisibledisabilitiesweek
So I felt I should share something to support this cause.
Above are some of the effects of my illnesses that is normally invisible to you all :
(Clockwise starting at 12)
1) Intense bloating (the two photos are taken on the same day morning and night)
2) Painful rashes that come and go on my arms and legs.
3) Pressure on my brain- resulting in half my face dropping on a plane.
4) Clumps of my hair falling out.
5) A mosquito bite on my lip, that my body’s defence system couldn’t deal with so left me disfigured for weeks.
6) The heart monitor I had to wear for a week for my heart palpitations and syncopy attacks.
7) Acne that appeared a year ago and now comes and goes randomly.
8) Crazy bruising from the slightest bump.
.... And finally the centre shot shows how I look most of the time, ‘normal and healthy’ but even here I was smiling through a huge amounts of pain!
This is only a TINY snap shot of what my conditions do to me on ‘bad days.’
This is obviously a little embarrassing for me to share but I think it’s important to show some of the things ‘invisible illness’ patients suffer with that most don’t see.
Just because you can’t see someone’s illness doesn’t mean it’s not there. I may look fine but I have 4 chronic illnesses and other heath issues too. I am often moments away from collapsing or vomiting from pain and fatigue. I am frequently in hospital and I have the worst immune system. 🙄
On flare up days I often can’t stand for more than a minute but I look normal which means strangers often mutter under their breath, ‘weirdo’ or ‘lazy’... when I am lying on the floor or slouched on a chair in public.
If I am out when I start to feel sick, weak and dizzy, I often get mistaken for drunk. Taxi drivers refuse to take me home and people point and laugh as I stagger around.
Awareness needs to be spread so badly I don’t even know where to start ... but I hope this helps people understand that just because we look fine doesn’t mean we are not suffering.
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