Just watching something about British wildlife

And they mentioned barn owls - and the many nicknames they’ve been called over the years.

One of which being “hobgoblin”… (jfc now it makes sense that he’s a barn owl omg, reeling here!!!)

And that reminded me of the fic I really wanna pursue where Jareth isn’t just a goblin - since there are many. He’s a Hobgoblin~

Similar to a Brownie (p much the exact same goblin, just that the name differs from Scotland and England), which turns into a Boggart when offended.

And I love the idea that Jareth turns into a Boggart after the movie, in his offended state xD

The only thing that appeases them and can make them turn back is an apology.

Cue Sarah having to coddle the idiot. I dunno… I just love the idea for that kinda fic…

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What’s the matter, my dear, don’t you like your toys?

This spectacular cosplay of Agnes, The Junk Lady from Labyrinth, is the latest awesome creation of Jen Yates of Epbot (previously featured here) and her husband John. They recently debuted Agnes at Megacon, taking turns wearing the costume around the convention, and won Best In Show at the MegaCon costume contest

Visit Epbot to get a good look at all the details Jen and John painstakingly packed into this costume. The even incorporated the he little blue “Ello!” worm riding on the back of Agnes’ junk pile:

But photos alone don’t do justice to this amazing cosplay. To fully appreciate it you must witness Agnes in motion:

And boy, how she Dance Magic-dances:

A video posted by Jen Yates (@epbot) on May 28, 2016 at 8:39pm PDT

Visit Epbot to read all about how Jen and John created this outstanding costume as well as their experience at Megacon.

Top photos by @Dwayne1977, all the rest by Epbot.

[via Fashionably Geek]

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HAPPY 30th ANNIVERSARY, LABYRINTH! (released on June 27th, 1986)

“Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City to take back the child that you have stolen. For my will is as strong as yours, and my kingdom is as great… You have no power over me.” 

little known fact: jim henson chose david bowie for the role of jareth not for his acting ability or how good he looked in tights, but for his natural ability to turn into an owl, cutting makeup costs exponentially