Your art is amAZING my golly!!!!!!! If you want a request, what about Jack coming out to North by introducing Hiccup as his bf? Idk Thanks for sharing your amazing talent with us! Me encanta su arta y pienso que eres una persona con un corazón grande :)
‘I understand that you were rarely permitted healing,’
Pitch said calmly. ‘I know what to expect.’
Jack’s fingers hovered at the hem of his shirt. He
knew that Pitch wouldn’t make him. He knew there was even stuff they could do,
and he wouldn’t have to take his shirt off at all. But he also knew that Pitch
wanted him to do this, and even though the rest of the time he mostly ignored
what Pitch wanted, in this room, he felt obliged.
He met Pitch’s gaze, and then took a breath and
unbuttoned his shirt quickly. He wished his fingers would move slower, he
wished that he would fumble the buttons, and that Pitch would tell him it didn’t
Instead, he slipped the shirt off his shoulders, took
a breath – held it – and then turned around.
There were no words of condemnation, nor anything like
a gasp of horror or disgust. But the silence stretched for long enough that
Jack was certain he’d done the wrong thing.
‘Look, I’m-’ Jack said.
He lurched forwards when he felt fingertips ghosting
over some of the ridges, and was surprised when Pitch let him move away.
When Barry talks about the Speed Force for the first time, he doesn’t zero in on the lightning – he talks about “wind and power rushing past [him].” Speed Force is ultimately a medium that is closer to air than any other element: whether it’s running, creating wind tunnels, stopping tornadoes, or dousing fires, speedsters often put their lightning to its most fundamental use with air.
Iris West: Water
Water is the most important compound for life on Earth; none of us would be here without it. It’s capable of giving and taking life. Seas can be calm or stormy; water itself can flow or resistant all efforts at moving it. It’s the most adaptable of the four: whether it’s in gaseous, liquid, and solid form, water is everywhere. Given how malleable and pervasive it is, it seems like the perfect element for Iris. (And, hey: “where the sky meets the sea” could be Iris and Barry’s OTP tag.)
Cisco Ramon: Earth
The mostgrounded, Cisco is our Earth-bender. His firm, unwavering commitment to his team, his ability to manipulate the very foundation of the universe, and his dependence on solid medium – he needs strings to actually work with; he’s helpless in a vacuum – make Earth Cisco’s forte. Plus, in a literal sense, he works with multiple Earths: his Vibes yield visions of other worlds.
Caitlin Snow: Fire
Ice and Fire are opposites, so it’s only fitting that Caitlin, a direct conduit for one extreme, has an intimate connection with the opposite end of the spectrum. Cold burns, and fire numbs. The laws of thermodynamics show us that cold isn’t injected: heat is taken away (heat moves from a warm object to a cold object). In a sense, Caitlin steals the living warmth from other people in her Killer Frost state.
I've never read any of the X- Men comics, but I have seen the movies, the animated series, evolution, the anime, and most recently Wolverine and the X-Men. I really like Emma Frost any suggestions on where to start in the comics?
Oh gosh. What a great question!
Where you start in the comics depends on whether you want to begin with Emma’s villainous origins or not.
If you want to read about Emma’s history as a villain, you’ll want to go back to the Chris Claremont run from the 80s. Her first story arc occurs in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) nos. 129-132. She also has an interesting clash with Storm in issues 151 and 152. After that, she makes several appearances in the New Mutants series. Check out New Mutants nos. 15-17 (a story arc that actually begins in Uncanny X-Men no. 180) and New Mutants nos. 38-40, both of which feature Emma’s rival mutant team: The Hellions.
Emma undergoes a traumatic confrontation in Uncanny X-Men no. 281 that leaves her in a coma. Issue 281 is the start of an arc that wraps up over the course of issues 282, 283, and 284. Emma appears, in a comatose state, in those issues. The events leading up to her awakening unfold over the course of issues 310-313, and she experiences major character development in issue 314, “Early Frost.” If you’re looking to skip most of the early stuff, but still want to get a sense of her origins, jumping on with “Early Frost,” and following it up with the “Phalanx Covenant” story arc is a good bet. The Emma-centric portions of the “Phalanx Covenant” take place in Uncanny X-Men no. 316, X-Men (vol. 1) no. 36, Uncanny X-Men no. 317, and X-Men no. 37. They serve as the prologue for the spin-off series Generation X.
Generation X ran 75 issues and featured Emma as a main character. It’s another good starting point, as is Grant Morrison’s run on New X-Men. Joss Whedon’s run on Astonishing X-Men features one of my all-time favorite Emma story arcs—”Torn”—but it really benefits from reading the Morrison run first.
I could honestly go on about this topic for ages, but I’ll call a halt for now.
Thanks for your question, nonny. I’ve been thinking about putting together an Emma Frost reading list, and this has really inspired me to get on it (although it’ll take me a while). In the meantime, I invite my followers to chime in with their favorite Emma-centric stories and issues in comments or reblogs.
“…and it was with the bright, burning rays of the setting sun brushing over the endless landscape, did the boy not feel loneliness - but, instead, welcomed the gentle embrace of peace.”
There’s been a lot of artists inspiring me as of late, so I thought I’d give it a go at doing a full, colored drawing for once. It’s…really been ages since I’ve done one, and this took me way longer than it ever should have. I’m still…not entirely happy with the result – there’s some bits and pieces here I’m picky about, but I’ll learn to live with it.
There were plans to put a small bunny in the pond (maybe even the Pooka himself) but, I think I like it better this way?