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Crossfire - Chapter Twenty Eight

Author: somemaycallmesunshine
Pairing: Young John!Michael x Prophet!Reader
Reader Gender: Female
Word Count: 3k
Warnings: violence, blood, gore, anxiety attacks, angst, swearing, death, changes in season 5’s plot, implied God!Chuck

A/N: Sorry for the delay, everyone. My internet was being really frustrating this weekend but we’re here! Chapter Twenty Eight, third to the final chapter. I can’t believe it. I know I say this a lot but it’s true. I wouldn’t have gotten this far without each and every one of you. I love you all so much and thank you for all the love, support, likes, reblogs, and follows. You guys are the best. This chapter is going to be a bit angsty, so buckle your seat belts! Parts of the episodes are weaved in through the plot with some changes for the sake of the storyline. (Visions as well as internal thoughts are in italics)

Summary: Takes place during season 5. With the apocalypse at foot, Team Free Will and the reader are doing everything in their power to stop it. But when their plans take a wrong turn, the reader gets kidnapped by none other than their enemy, Michael the archangel

Tagging: @spnfanficpond, @winchestervalley, @angel-fire, @5tud10-54r4h, @platitudinise, @elenawrit, @homework-is-the-real-killer, and @murpmurp

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izayakings asked:

any anime recsor manga recs?

fUc yeah i love it when people ask this! !!

MANGA

-tokyo ghoul (THIS IS MY NO 1 RECOMMENDATION. READ IT.)

-noragami (this is so cute yet so scary!!and yukine is rly relatable, and yato is one of my fave anime/manga charas ever so)

-death note (while the anime is AMAZING, the anime doesn’t really show much depth or chara development as the manga. and this series started me in the world of anime and also the fandom is one of the best anime fandoms!!)

ANIME

-Durarara!! series (the new season is part of the winter 2016 anime season so watch the other 48 episodes super quick)

-Boku Dake Ga Inai Machi AKA Erased (IT’S ON IT’S THIRD EPISODE i love this shit aAAAH)

-Black Lagoon (this anime is amazing and literally everyone i’ve seen talk about always says how amazing it is. in most people’s opinion the dub is better,but USE HEADPHONES FOR THE LOVE OF GOD !!)

-Free! (you’ve probably watched free but im gonna go ahead anyway. it’s my fav sports anime series and it’s so happy. like i watch it when i’m in a bad mood, it always helps. and kyoto ani’s water will make u nut.)

regaleverdeen asked:

Peeta!!

  • do I like them: Nah, he’s the worst! ;P
  • 5 good qualities: His way with words/sass, his love and trust for Katniss, his pure goodness, his strength. he doesn’t conform to anybody.
  • 3 bad qualities: He’s self-righteous, he can turn his power over words into a very vicious weapon when he wants to, and I can’t think of a third one. LOL
  • favourite episode/etc: Mockingjay is my favorite of the books, in terms of Peeta’s arc, and Mockingjay Part 2 for the movies for the same reason.
  • otp: Everlark, naturally.
  • brotp: Finnick :)
  • ot3: Peeta/Katniss/Gale (which is weird, but I’ve always enjoyed it when I’ve read it?)
  • notp: Don’t really have one for Peeta, necessarily. Since we all know Everlark is where it’s always gonna be at.
  • best quote: “You here to finish me off, sweetheart?”
  • head canon: I have so many for Peeta that it’s impossible to list every single one of them. One that’s been sitting with me lately is that somewhere down the line, Peeta figured out why Katniss ultimately said yes during the Victor’s Vote. And he talks to her about it, and that’s when Katniss tells him about the bombs and how Gale had a hand in all that.
vimeo

ARES - OUR GREATEST ADVENTURE from Ash Thorp on Vimeo.

For more information please visit - ashthorp.com/the-martian

Our third prologue short for Ridley Scott’s “The Martian” was produced to look like a mini-episode of StarTalk from the year 2035, hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson from the same year. The video gives viewers a complete overview of how an Ares mission works, with a focus on the danger and bravery of the astronauts who undertake the mission. The Nerdist calls the video “one of the best, most creative, and frankly most awesome promos for a movie ever.”

This video is part of a series of original prologue short films for Ridley Scott’s “The Martian.” The series depicts a future where mankind has traveled to Mars, establishes a rich emotional backstory for the Ares 3 crew, and follows the events of the mission’s disaster with a sense of urgency as the world watches the story unfold.

CREDITS
Produced by: 3AM & RSA Films
Directed by: Chris Eyerman and Ash Thorp
Written by: Will Melton and Chris Eyerman
Managing Partners, 3AM: Alison Temple, Jules Daly
Producer: Josh Porter
Producer, ALT Creative: Ash Thorp
Producer, ALT Creative: Monica Thorp
Producer, Juice: Natalia Lasota
Director of Photography: Tony Wolberg
Art Director, Juice: Michal Misinski
Editor, WildCard: Joe Bellino
Associate Producer, 3AM: Tom Moran
Social Strategy, 3AM: David Sarkissian
Post Producer, 3AM: Mike Goble
Colorist, themill: Adam Scott
Smoke Producer, themill: Kiana Bicoy
Mars Opening VFX: MPC
Hermes VFX: Framestore and Juice
Nebula VFX: Juice
VFX/CG Supervisor, Juice: Jakub Knapik
Onsite VFX Supervisor: Anthony Scott Burns
Concept Designer: Ash Thorp
Concept Designer, Juice: Michal Misinski
Lead Designer/Animator: Michael Rigley
Compositing, Juice: Jakub Knapik, Arkadiusz Leszko, Seweryn Czarnecki, Michal Misinski, Tomasz Przydatek, Sylwester Lipinski
Lighting & Shading, Juice: Artur Szymczak, Seweryn Czarnecki, Tomasz Przydatek, Andrzej Przydatek, Jakub Wrzalik, Jakub Knapik, Tomasz Dyrdula
Matte Painting, Juice: Michal Misinski, Daniel Niszczota, Tomas Muller
FX, Juice: Piotr Suchodolski, Seweryn Czarnecki, Rigel Bowen
Modeling, Juice: Slawomir Ostrowski, Jakub Wrzalik, Andrzej Przydatek, Seweryn Czarnecki, Sebastian Oska, Michal Gosciniak
Layout & Animation, Juice: Jakub Wrzalik, Lukasz Dziedzinski, Tomasz Przydatek, Jakub Knapik, Tomasz Dyrdula
IT, Juice: Tomasz Kruszona
Storyboard Artist: Jason Badower

This was my dinner about an hour ago. It was delicious.

And let me tell you what happened in that hour an a half upon finishing my dinner….

I finished the third and final episode of the last three episodes of Teen Wolf that me and my best friend had to catch up with and then, I REMEMBERED that I had The Vampire Diaries and The Originals to watch tonight because TONIGHT IS THE MID SEASON PREMIERE OF BOTH SHOWS RETURNING FROM HOLIDAY BREAK!!!!!

(Gaaaaah)

And in that time of watching both episodes I realized something. (I’ve been watching them for years and I love them so much because they hold a huge part in my heart, not because it was on my own but because it’s reminds me of a time when I was with my sister) I love them because of their awesomeness and because I started watching them with my sister…..

My best friends mom asked me why I still watch Teen Wolf even though their monsters look absolutely fake and computer generated…well…I told her it’s because I’ve been watching it since the 8th grade. I’m not going to stop now! Lol.

But then I ended up watching The Vampire Diaries…and to everyone who watched it tonight…you know that Stefan and Damon (mainly focused on Damon) were stuck in their own prison worlds.

The point of the prison world is to make you feel again. To make you understand what you did wrong and why you did it. To bring you to the point of which you were broken by all the feelings you were stripped of that you held back while performing the terrible things you would soon turn to regret.

For a while Damon would fight this. He didn’t want to feel again. He thought it was a trick, once he realized the visions were fake…and he saw his mother and brother trying to point out what he should be feeling. But he refused to feel pity for his mom. He didn’t make things right with her before she died and although he would hide it, he did regret it. His pride got in the way of accepting what he did wrong and taking it as it is.

Eventually he did accept it, and he wanted to make it right with his mother: but when he finally realized and accepted his wrong doings…he was pulled out the the prison world and he wanted to make things right.

And after that ending…I teared up because I felt what he was feeling…

Do you want to know why I have such strong feeling for the show besides its awesomeness? Both of the shows actually?

Because I started them with my sister. My sister, who’s been separated from me for years. Who I barely know…but know enough to realize I’ve made the mistake of turning my back on her. Everyone has turned her back on her and I was the one she wanted to turn to no matter how much she went through or how mad she was at me. I turned my back on her in her darkest times. When Damon accepted his wrong doings it hit me. I miss my sister. I have to make it right with her. I will make it right.

After the ending of TVD I literally bawled my eyes out. In front of my best friend. Her mom. Her brother. Right, I in the living room. I was holding in my feelings for so long, that when the show hit me in a certain way… I felt like another part of my heart shattered and that it reminded me of what feelings I was hiding thorough it the years. It wasn’t a good feelings and it felt nice to get it out.

But I was so hurt I didn’t care that I was crying in front of them. Why would I be embarrassed? They don’t know what I’ve been through. They’ll never know how I’m feeling. But I know that they’ll be here for me no matter what anyways. Just like I will be for my sister. Times are hard right now and we are in different places. But I know the future will be better and she’ll be in it.

I just had to share this night.

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CW to Air eSports Docuseries 'Chasing the Cup'

The CW is getting into the eSports business. 

The network and its digital platform, CW Seed, are working with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Machinima to air the third season of Mortal Kombat X: Machinima’s Chasing the Cup, a five-part docuseries that follows professional eSports players as they compete to be named the best players in the world. 

The first three episodes go online at CW Seed today with upcoming episodes posting each week. The finale will air on the CW as a one-hour primetime special on Monday, Feb. 15 at 8 p.m.

Chasing the Cup comes from gaming and fandom-focused digital network Machinima. This season goes behind-the-scenes in the lives of professional Mortal Kombat X players as they compete at the ESL Mortal Kombat X Pro League Finals for a piece of the $100,000 prize pool. Players featured in the series include Carl White, Canadian brothers Timothy and Matthew Commandeur, Brant McCaskill and returning champion Dominique Maclean. 

“As video games and eSports become more mainstream, broadcast networks are looking for content to attract this highly valuable audience,” said Machinima chief content officer Daniel Tibbets. “Since it began more than a decade ago, Machinima has been creating some of the most popular and watched shows in these genres. Machinima’s Chasing The Cup is an incredible series that shows  what it takes to become the world’s greatest gamers and we look forward to working with the CW on this series for a long time.”

Main Visual for "Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit" Live-Action TV Drama

NHK has updated the official page for its upcoming live-action TV drama adaptation of Nahoko Uehashi’s fantasy novel series Seirei no Moribito/Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit with a main visual featuring 30-year-old actress Haruka Ayase as the protagonist Balsa. It is produced in 4K format as the 90th anniversary title of Japan’s national public broadcasting organization established in 1924. 

The 22-episode series will cover the whole story of the novel’s 12 volumes (including two spin-off stories) and is scheduled to be aired in three parts from 2016 to 2018. The four-episode first season will premiere in March of 2016, then followed by the nine-episode second season in early 2017 and nine-episode third season in 2018. Naoki Sato, best known for his works for the early PreCure TV series (from 2004’s Futari wa PreCure to 2008’s Yes! PreCure 5 GoGo!), provides soundtrack music. 

 

綾瀬はるかが挑む大河ファンタジー『精霊の守り人』メインビジュアル解禁 #綾瀬はるか #芸能 #ニュース https://t.co/49xGkwVIeG http://pic.twitter.com/TTW48NoXol

— ORICON STYLE (@oricon)

January 22, 2016

via: Oricon Style



By: news+feed@crunchyroll.com
vimeo

ARES - OUR GREATEST ADVENTURE from Ash Thorp on Vimeo.

For more information please visit - ashthorp.com/the-martian

Our third prologue short for Ridley Scott’s “The Martian” was produced to look like a mini-episode of StarTalk from the year 2035, hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson from the same year. The video gives viewers a complete overview of how an Ares mission works, with a focus on the danger and bravery of the astronauts who undertake the mission. The Nerdist calls the video “one of the best, most creative, and frankly most awesome promos for a movie ever.”

This video is part of a series of original prologue short films for Ridley Scott’s “The Martian.” The series depicts a future where mankind has traveled to Mars, establishes a rich emotional backstory for the Ares 3 crew, and follows the events of the mission’s disaster with a sense of urgency as the world watches the story unfold.

CREDITS
Produced by: 3AM & RSA Films
Directed by: Chris Eyerman and Ash Thorp
Written by: Will Melton and Chris Eyerman
Managing Partners, 3AM: Alison Temple, Jules Daly
Producer: Josh Porter
Producer, ALT Creative: Ash Thorp
Producer, ALT Creative: Monica Thorp
Producer, Juice: Natalia Lasota
Director of Photography: Tony Wolberg
Art Director, Juice: Michal Misinski
Editor, WildCard: Joe Bellino
Associate Producer, 3AM: Tom Moran
Social Strategy, 3AM: David Sarkissian
Post Producer, 3AM: Mike Goble
Colorist, themill: Adam Scott
Smoke Producer, themill: Kiana Bicoy
Mars Opening VFX: MPC
Hermes VFX: Framestore and Juice
Nebula VFX: Juice
VFX/CG Supervisor, Juice: Jakub Knapik
Onsite VFX Supervisor: Anthony Scott Burns
Concept Designer: Ash Thorp
Concept Designer, Juice: Michal Misinski
Lead Designer/Animator: Michael Rigley
Compositing, Juice: Jakub Knapik, Arkadiusz Leszko, Seweryn Czarnecki, Michal Misinski, Tomasz Przydatek, Sylwester Lipinski
Lighting & Shading, Juice: Artur Szymczak, Seweryn Czarnecki, Tomasz Przydatek, Andrzej Przydatek, Jakub Wrzalik, Jakub Knapik, Tomasz Dyrdula
Matte Painting, Juice: Michal Misinski, Daniel Niszczota, Tomas Muller
FX, Juice: Piotr Suchodolski, Seweryn Czarnecki, Rigel Bowen
Modeling, Juice: Slawomir Ostrowski, Jakub Wrzalik, Andrzej Przydatek, Seweryn Czarnecki, Sebastian Oska, Michal Gosciniak
Layout & Animation, Juice: Jakub Wrzalik, Lukasz Dziedzinski, Tomasz Przydatek, Jakub Knapik, Tomasz Dyrdula
IT, Juice: Tomasz Kruszona
Storyboard Artist: Jason Badower

Mortal Kombat X - Season 3 Finale To Air On The CW

#MortalKombatX - Season 3 Finale To Air On The CW

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The network and its digital platform, CW Seed, are working with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Machinima to air the third season of Mortal Kombat X: Machinima’s Chasing the Cup, a five-part docuseries that follows professional eSports players as they compete to be named the best players in the world. The first three episodes go online at CW Seed today with upcoming episodes posting…

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CW to Air eSports Docuseries 'Chasing the Cup'

The CW is getting into the eSports business. 

The network and its digital platform, CW Seed, are working with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Machinima to air the third season of Mortal Kombat X: Machinima’s Chasing the Cup, a five-part docuseries that follows professional eSports players as they compete to be named the best players in the world. 

The first three episodes go online at CW Seed today with upcoming episodes posting each week. The finale will air on The CW as a one-hour primetime special on Monday, Feb. 15, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

Chasing the Cup comes from gaming and fandom-focused digital network Machinima. This season goes behind-the-scenes in the lives of professional Mortal Kombat X players as they compete at the ESL Mortal Kombat X Pro League Finals for a piece of the $100,000 prize pool. Players featured in the series include Carl White, Canadian brothers Timothy and Matthew Commandeur, Brant McCaskill and returning champion Dominique Maclean. 

“As video games and eSports become more mainstream, broadcast networks are looking for content to attract this highly valuable audience,” said Machinima chief content officer Daniel Tibbets. “Since it began more than a decade ago, Machinima has been creating some of the most popular and watched shows in these genres. Machinima’s Chasing the Cup is an incredible series that shows what it takes to become the world’s greatest gamers, and we look forward to working with The CW on this series for a long time.”