and a weeping angel

remember when kilgrave whispered for jessica to tell him she loved him and she looked at trish and said i love you so trish would know she wasn’t controlled by him again but also bc sHE LOVED TRISH


Amy Pond: Well then… I just have to blink, right?

The Doctor: No!

Amy Pond: It’ll be fine. I know it will. I’ll be with him. Like I should be. Me and Rory together. Melody…

The Doctor: Stop it! Just, just stop it!

Amy Pond: You be a good girl, and you look after him.

The Doctor: You are creating a fixed time. I will never be able to see you again.

Amy Pond: I’ll be fine. I’ll be with him.

The Doctor: [Desperately] Amy… please! Just come back into the TARDIS. Come along, Pond, please!

Amy Pond: Raggedy Man…goodbye


doctor who meme ♥ [3/3] enemies → weeping angels

The lonely assassins, they used to be called. No one quite knows where they came from, but they’re as old as the universe, or very nearly, and they have survived this long because they have the most perfect defence system ever evolved. They are quantum-locked. They don’t exist when they’re being observed. The moment they are seen by any other living creature, they freeze into rock. No choice. It’s a fact of their biology. In the sight of any living thing, they literally turn to stone. And you can’t kill a stone. Of course, a stone can’t kill you either. But then you turn your head away, then you blink, and oh yes it can.


I was struck this morning by how Dean seemed surprised to be healed in 12x23. Surely he must know that Cas will heal him; he knows Cas always does. But Dean doesn’t ask for help and afterwards he gets that little smile of relief and surprise and gratitude that’s so lovely but also incredibly heartbreaking. With so much to repair between them, of course Dean would neither expect nor demand aid. But what Dean doesn’t get, what he’ll never understand because it’s too hard for him to think that way, is that Cas will always save him. Always.

“You didn’t think you deserved to be saved?”

“I’ll never think that, Cas. Never.”


Weeping Angels and everything that sucks  about Steven Moffat Part 1

The Weeping Angels are fan favorite monsters, and this makes sense if you look at their first episode: Blink. But as time went on, as Moffat took over the show, the Weeping Angels got…sucky. And sucky in a way that I think really demonstrates some of the biggest flaws in Moffat as a writer.

Make sure you catch the conclusion in Part 2!

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February 1st is Hourly Comic Book Day, and this year I decided to take part with something a little silly, and hopefully a little poignant, to mark the week Peter Capaldi announced he was leaving Doctor Who.

Here’s all 24 of the strips that I created and tweeted on the hour throughout the day!