all the capes

there’s a really important difference between “I love this villainous evil character because they make the story way more interesting but I recognise that they’re a terrible person who deserves to be dropkicked into the sun” and “I love this villainous evil character and I will defend them with my life they are a precious sinnamon roll here’s 10,000 words of meta about why their behaviour is justified here’s 8000 angsty headcanons about how they’re secretly insecure and probably abused here’s my dubious justification for why they deserve a completely unearned redemption arc even though they’ve shown zero remorse or desire to change at all yes I know they gleefully murdered a bunch of people but if you look really closely at this screenshot you’ll see their dad didn’t give them enough attention as a child so actually they’re the real victim here” 

no matter where you go, there’s always that one girl who carries the entire drug store in her purse. headache? she has you covered with an advil. unexpected visitor from aunt flow? “what do you need girl? regulars or supers?” feeling like your blood sugar is low? *whips out some chocolate* hair tie just broke? she has 5 extra ones on her wrist.

not all heroes wear capes. sometimes they just carry a giant purse around.

ok so, it turns out that i love drawing altean lance,, a lot

i just can’t fucking believe……………………… honestly think about the parallels between maggie’s first time acting on her feelings versus the first time alex does. maggie not only gets rejected but her entire life is destroyed, but when alex first acts on her feelings maggie is so gentle????? and reassures her that she didn’t do anything wrong by kissing her and lets her down gently and even tells her that she’s there for her. maggie’s role in alex’s coming out process is basically maggie being the person she wanted when she was fourteen. maggie became the person she needed herself and i just????????? i love her so much i’m emotional


“When I was 6, my family had almost no money. My parents had both lost their jobs, and they had separated from one another. My mom was not yet getting any government assistance and we barely had cash for staple groceries. At that point, we were poor enough that my brother and I were probably not going to get much in the way of Christmas presents. And then, a mother of a boy in my first grade class somehow noticed our need and gave my mother $100 to buy gifts for us. She wasn’t a mom who had a lot of money herself, but it was a very generous gift and made a huge impact on us. Not only did we get some material delights that Christmas, but I’m still talking about this gesture more than three decades later. I’m still moved by the kindness of a woman whose name I can’t remember. And more than that, when I was working on founding Random Acts and thinking about what I wanted its mission to be, I couldn’t stop thinking about this small act and how it had stayed with me. I couldn’t shake the feeling that small acts of kindness can have a huge and lasting impact. So here I find myself: A well-to-do grownup with two little kids, having to be gently reminded to stop and notice those struggling around me.” -Misha Collins


We dangerous ones

Aaah, the Lethifold! One of my favourite creatures from reading the book as a child. Thanks to @zinfandelli for suggesting it as a creature, I was psyched to draw Credence with one. 
(And of course I saw the official design on the bluray just as I was about to start colouring, and had to change up a bunch of stuff from my sketch haha)
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