i think i’m due to talk about the dream daddy game because there’s a lot circulating around now and i’ve not seen anybody cover the thing that bothers me most about this shitfest:
the dream daddy team shamelessly and unabashedly used the lgbt community to boost a game that wasn’t really made for us. they played their cards really well and pandered excellently, but it wasn’t made for the people they advertised it to, and the cult ending is the final nail in that coffin. at the end of the day, it’s a wacky game designed to cash in on the LP side of youtube. that’s why it’s got a “"funny”” premise and a “bizarre twist” and hell, it even explains the average playthrough length of the game and how absolutely soulless the actual dating content is.
if you want to set the bar for quality gay content that low, at least make sure it’s your bar to set, because the game effectively based itself in exploitation and that bugs me a lot more than any of the actual content.
okay I'm going to ask you this because i've always loved your take on things, especially about malec. have you seen the sdcc trailer? do you think they'll break up?
No. I don’t think Malec will breakup.
About that trailer. I know a lot of theories are going around but, here’s what I think. Possible spoilers below so please skip this entirely if you don’t want them. I had fun discussing the trailer below but please take it with a grain of salt. These are, after all, just theories.
…can you imagine breaking the Prince’s heart? he LOVES you. he always knows what to say. he’s a sweetheart, he’s too pure for this world. he takes you on “dates” and researches what to do, he’s shows your his secret hideouts and tells you things most people don’t know – then he asks you to marry him in front of EVERYONE.
then your eyes drift over the crowd and you spot maxwell, who’s probably bouncing on his toes and inwardly screeching with excitement. his smile is wide while Bertrand continues to look miserable (despite his excitement about his suitor becoming the queen).
you know if you tell the prince that you love someone else, the entire room will go into shock. there will be gasps, loud screeching, and somewhere in the room Madeline (however you spell her name) will laugh wickedly and rub her hands together, but the only reaction you’ll be seeing, is Liam’s.
whether he’s standing up or kneeling down, he’ll resume an upright position and take a step back, hurt, confusion, written ALL over that handsome lil face. he’ll try and remain composed in front of everyone, but only you can see the unfallen tears in his eyes. then he’ll panic, something he hardly does, and walk off - briskly leaving the room before absolutely mayhem erupts.
you’ll see maxwell’s face fall, his lips moving as he mutters something that looks like, “–can’t do anything right.”
then you’ll regret it. not only will you regret telling the prince that you love someone else, but you’ll feel regret for falling in love with a beaumont - because even from the beginning, you had been warned by maxwell himself, that you were here FOR THE PRINCE.
the cameras and the press will swarm you with questions as you’re led away to safety, and THAT’s WHY…when Prince Liam gets down on one knee to propose to you, to make you the new queen…
you’ll say, “I do,” even as you look at maxwell and know, you don’t.
Been a long long time since I’ve drawn this boy. Dysis. He’s … something.
Honestly, I have no name for WHAT he is, but I do know that he is something of a sun/lava type deity. He’s also got a really terrible temper and seems to really like anime?? Not sure what to do with him, but maybe he and Taichi can get to know one another, lil culture shock for one of them (They both got lines through the brows so why not). lol, Dysis has no home and never really did. He’s just some weird enigma.
Chibiusa vanishing from the cute photo that both Usagi and Mamoru have is one of my all-time favourite subtle Sailor Moon moments.
Usagi and the girls never comment on it and it’s really only shown a few times during the season, but it is given enough attention that the show is obviously deliberately saying ‘So hey, remember how Chibiusa disappeared before? When Mamoru was lost to Usagi? Remember that thing happening?’.
It’s such a tiny little detail, and I love it.
(I actually spent a time wondering if the reason that Usagi never realised 'oh hey my future daughter ghosted the fuck out of the photo, the hell is with that’ was because the future had changed enough that Usagi and the others had lost their actual memories of Chibiusa and Crystal Tokyo….buuuut they mention her during Chibi Chibi’s intro episode, and the pink princess herself cameos into Usagi’s dream at the end. So let’s just to with 'Usagi had a lot on her mind at the time’).
“There’s a person named Tyrannus,” The other kids at the orphanage
clustered around Simon, barely containing their excitement. “He’s a
superhero with a sidekick named Davy and his superhero name is Tyrannus
Rexicon, and people call him T-Rexicon for short.”
Every now and then Baz will look at me with this expression that I’ve
come to know as his plotting face. His eyes will narrow just slightly,
and his chin will tilt up just a little, and there’ll be a tiny crease
between his eyebrows, and this cloudy look in his eyes, like he’s deep
in thought even while he looks straight at me.
But the real eroticism of Simon Snow is, like the devil himself, in the
details – the moles on his right cheek hiding in a bath of red skin,
blue eyes heavy with lust, bronze curls tangled between Baz’s dark
fingers, lips parted in invitation. Which Baz eagerly accepts. Fucking
Simon figured the Pitches didn’t exactly encourage
being open and honest about feelings. Unsurprising, but a little sad.
Baz always acted aloof, as though nothing got to him, except with Simon.
Simon could always get to Baz.
(When Simon can’t take out his frustration on Baz by fighting him in their room because of the anathema, he resorts to more… unconventional methods).