also those last two pictures


Photos from the back covers of the Dykes to Watch Out For  series

1. Dykes to Watch Out For (1986)

2. More Dykes to Watch Out For (1988)

3.  New, Improved! Dykes to Watch Out For (1990) / Spawn of Dykes to Watch Out For (1993)

4. Dykes to Watch Out For: The Sequel (1992)

5. Unnatural Dykes to Watch Out For (1995)

6. Hot, Throbbing Dykes to Watch Out For (1997)

7. Split-Level Dykes to Watch Out For (1998)

8. Post-Dykes to Watch Out For (2000)

dozing off.

So I’m late to the party but...

I usually don’t make theory posts, but I was rewatching A Tale of Two Stans for the sixth time and I just noticed something.

I always thought Ford was writing in journal three. How is he writing in journal one? I always saw ford as the kind of guy who would write in a journal until he had LITERALLY no space to write in left. He isn’t writing in invisible ink either!

(I know they aren’t the same pens but they look incredibly similar) If journal one is ANYTHING like journal three, where the heck does Ford have the free space to write in it?

I think most of us assumed (or at least I did) That ford was writing in journal three in the page he titled “Against all odds, I’m Back” but later on that entry, he says he’s in his old study.

Which is NOT the portal room. 

I really don’t have any ideas as to what he wrote (or where he found the room to write it in the first place). Do you guys have any ideas about this? I haven’t seen posts pointing this out before and I’m really curious.


1940s Bucky Barnes/Steve Rogers Song Aesthetic: “New York Soul, Pt. ii” by Jon Bellion