People, now that my pc broke I do not know what the future of the collection will be, so I’m seeing the repair of it will be delayed, and I do not want to leave you in the hand! So I decided that I’m launching every item I’ve already made each time … I hope you like it!
The first promotional poster for ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ has surfaced, showing the first look at Thor as well as Hulk in the ‘Planet Hulk’ armor. Promotional material for the movie along with material for ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2′ and ‘Spider-man: Homecoming’ are currently on display at CCXP in Brazil!
MARVEL MOVIES RECEIVE 13 ‘CRITICS CHOICE AWARD’ NOMINATIONS!
Marvel movies have notched up 13 nominations at this years Critics Choice Awards - 9 for the MCU and 4 for FOX. ‘Doctor Strange’ leads the pack with 6 nominations including Best Visual Effects, Best Action Movie, Best Actor for Benedict Cumberbatch, and Best Actress for Tilda Swinton. ‘Civil War’ managed 3 nominations including Best Action Movie, Best Action Actor for Christ Evans, and Best Action Actress for Scarlett Johansson. Finally, ‘Deadpool’ managed 4 nominations including Best Action Movie, Best Comedy, and Best Comedy Actor for Ryan Reynolds!
it’s ‘These two would be great together’ or
‘This is cute, why not?’
Or, mostly, ‘These two deserve each
other’ whether you mean it in a nice way or a bad way.
Here’s what I’ve observed:
basically starts as us seeing chemistry between two characters, feeling
that they have great potential. Potential for what? For anything
The potential to:
Complete each other? (Ladynoir)
To make for an
interesting story? (Drarry)
To be good for each other? (Stucky)
To balance each other out
with their differences? (McKirk)
Or that they simply make sense based on:
History (Stucky) / (Clintasha)
From then it can branch out to just liking the dynamic, the idea
of them, even if it doesn’t lead to a happily ever after or a happily
ever anything. This is where ‘problematic’ ships come into the play.
Now, let’s discuss the biggest question –
When is it Shipping and when is it Fetishizing?
We have a big fetishizing problem in fandom in general, and that’s different from having a fetish. It centers around dehumanizing and depersonalizing people, making them out to only be their mental illness, sexuality or just their appearance. Let’s discuss!