attack of the show cancelled

Don’t worry too much AndiFam.  

The One Million Moms petition against Andi Mack is over a month old now and they only have about 7500 signatures.  It’s terrible that they feel the need to attack the show but it isn’t going to get canceled because of them. 

To "The Get Down" fans

I see your pain. I feel it. I understand the feeling of falling in love with a series, with characters, with a story that means so much to you, only to have it taken away right as you fell in love with it. I get all of it. Both of our Fandoms were royally fucked over by Netflix and it’s not fair. Its not okay to leave us all hanging. It’s okay to be angry, hurt, and livid about it.

What’s not okay, however, is you hijacking our posts and making us out to be the bad guys because we are trying as hard as we possibly can to get Netflix to reverse their decision. It’s not okay to call us racists, or stupid, or to tell us our show sucked. Just because the writer/producer said and did some things in her past doesn’t make us all the same as her.

We are fans of a series just like you. We fell in love with our characters, just like you. We fell in love with a story, just like you. And just like you, we feel the stinging pain of a beautiful story left unfinished. Most of us had no idea about the Wachowski’s past problems.

Instead of pointing your anger at us, channel it into ways you can save your show. Start petitions, tweet the fuck out of Netflix. Post post and post. Rewatch the series as much as you possibly can. Email the head execs and cause a riot. We’re doing the same to save our show and we’d love to see yours saved as well.

Edited to clarify my meaning. I was not at all trying to insinuate that the Wachowski’s past has no bearing on poc or that it shouldn’t. Simply that it doesn’t affect the story being told, or the amount of love we have for said story. Especially since I had no idea about their past before this cancelation and subsequently getting attacked for fighting for a show that I, among many, love.

Although as much as I wish Lance could express his feelings out in the recent vlog, y'all need to remember that these vlogs are just for FUN AND RECAP. So high chances are: Shiro/Kuron is gonna talk about leadership (Higher chances that maybe we may accidently roast him without realising it’s Shiro) or the lions etc while Hunk talks about food, Pidge talks about technology and Rover. As a Bi, I am so fucking pissed with this, so you wanted to say Lance is only gay in another way by assuming he’s bi who is more attracted to males like Keith. Stfu and stop being a biphobe or attackimg straight people. If you want Langst or some Klance, AU stuffs, fanfiction is the word for you, prehaps they will have their own version of Lance’s vlog too. Who knows? Lastly, don’t you fucking dare attack Jeremy ever again, that was a fucking nightmare. If you all love the show so much, why the fuck leak the photos that almost gotten its show to get cancelled or attack the voice actor? I’m fucking done.

Originally posted by attention-deficient-otaku

(Have a lance gif)

Come on guys leave each other alone ~

I’ve been seeing a lot of vexed people in this fandom over the whole Klance debacle going on after the Interview that has recently been released and personally I wanted to say some shit (baring in mind i’m shit at writing) :

Guys just because Jeremy said that he viewed Keith and lance’s relationship like a brother’s doesn’t mean it the end of the world.

I get it - you’re passionate about your ship and what not but sometimes take a step back and realise that it’s all for fun anyways; shipping is something that is for fun and shouldn’t be used as an incentive to attack other people / anyone for.

Remember shit like this nearly got the show cancelled last time and if you really love the show and character’s that much then you shouldn’t let trivial shipping stuff like this affect or influence your actions.

I’m a heavy shipper in many fandoms but I don’t get butt hurt about my ship if it’s not canon. At the end of the day, you all need to remember that SHIPPING IS FOR FUN and you all should not use it in a way to attack ANYONE in this fandom and or creators/Va’ s of the show.


Very sorry if none of this makes sense but eh I’m trying to help out 😂 💙

I just want people to chill and leave the creators and Va’s alone - they don’t need this shit 💙

Again I suck at writing my opinions and such 👉👉

Now I’m going back to my nightly reblogging of good shit 👌👌🖤

'Batman' beyond: Adam West's 14 best cameos and appearances

Adam West, who died Friday at age 88, made his name on television in the ’60s-era Batman as a campier version of the Dark Knight. In the years that followed, the actor maintained a healthy career of cameos, voiceover roles, and appearances on shows ranging from Bewitched and Murder, She Wrote to cartoons like Fairly OddParents and Johnny Bravo. Check out his 14 best TV cameos and appearances ahead.

1. Family Guy, various

West debuted as Mayor Adam West on Family Guy in the show’s second season. A fan of Jem and the Holograms who once tried to get superpowers by rolling around in toxic waste, the witless wonder defended the citizens of Quahog, Rhode Island with his cat launcher. Unless you were the Noid, you were probably on his good side.

2. 30 Rock, 2009

In a season 3 episode of Tina Fey’s NBC comedy, West popped up to celebrate Jack’s (Alec Baldwin) birthday — though the fictionalized version of the Batman actor wasn’t exactly a hit at the party: His Penguin reference fell flat, as no one in the room seemed to know who he was, and he flubbed Jack’s introduction by calling him “my good friend, Jake Delahee.”

3. Fairly OddParents, various

In the mid-2000s, West voiced an animated version of himself on the Nickelodeon show, where his alter ego was a parody of Batman called Catman. The not-so-heroic vigilante often needed the help of Timmy and his fairy godparents in getting out of dicey legal situations caused by his incompetence.

4. The Big Bang Theory, 2016

Leonard, Howard, and Raj were debating who’s the best Batman when their fourth passenger, West, claimed Bale’s iteration was overrated: “I never had to say, ‘I am Batman.’ I showed up, people knew I was Batman.” If it were up to him, he’d be on top of the list, Bale would fall below Michael Keaton, and “pretty boy Clooney” would sink to the bottom.

5. Robot Chicken, 2015

AdultSwim’s Robot Chicken aired a special DC Comics episode with West voicing an animated version of his Batman. He dies more easily in this new setting because, while he is still dancing, the Penguin has updated his arsenal with the times: Instead of poison gas, he now fires anthrax.

6. Powerless, 2017

NBC’s DC-based sitcom Powerless brought on the comic book mainstay as a narrator for the season premiere. West also filmed a guest appearance as Dean West, chairman of Wayne Industries, who arrives in Charm City to make some cuts from the company following an attack on Gotham. The episode never aired, however, as the network canceled the show and pulled the remaining installments from the schedule in April.

7. The Simpsons, various

“I didn’t need molded plastic to improve my physique. Pure West,” the actor said as an animated version of himself on The Simpsons. Homer, Bart, and Lisa slowly backed away from what they assumed to be a senile actor talking about how Batman used to dance and Catwoman used to be played by Julie Newmar, Lee Meriweather, and Eartha Kitt. West also lent his voice years later to an animated version of the ’60s Caped Crusader on the show.

8. Futurama, 2013

Continuing his animated voiceover cameos with Futurama, West popped up this time with his Batman costar Burt Ward, who played Robin in the ’60s series. Both played celebrity heads in jars in a 2013 episode, with West being the one attached to a bat’s body.

9. Funny or Die, 2011

As one of Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme victims in this Funny or Die sketch, West was a little “strapped for cash,” so he decided to sell some of his old Batman paraphernalia at a garage sale and maybe get a free trip to Arby’s out of customers if he shared some stories about the Penguin.

10. The King of Queens, 2005

Spence (Patton Oswalt) is pretty pumped to go to a sci-fi convention with Hulk actor Lou Ferrigno, but he ends up ditching him for West when the Batman decides he wants to be his guest. The plan, however, backfires on Spence, who’s ultimately punished for double-dipping.

11. Jay Leno’s Garage, 2016

Back in West’s day, Batmobiles weren’t massive tanks like they are in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight or Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The actor rolled up in Jay Leno’s Garage with his classic ’60s Batmobile and challenged the former late-night personality to a race. Afterward, they celebrated with burgers.

12. Batman: The Animated Series, 1992

West voiced animated versions of himself across various Batman-related properties, including Batman: The Brave and the Bold and The Batman, but his performance as Gray Ghost on Batman: The Animated Series is a tribute to his legacy. On the show, Bruce Wayne, voiced by Kevin Conroy, placed his hand on the shoulder of West’s Simon Trent and explained how he was his childhood hero.

13. Bewitched, 1964

Before Batman, West guest-starred on Bewitched in the season 1 episode “Love Is Blind.” Samantha has Darrin invite a handsome artist named Kermit (West) to dinner as a potential suitor for her friend, Gertrude. Darrin, however, suspects Gertrude to be a witch and tries to sabotage the matchmaking.

14. Animaniacs, 1997

One of his more ridiculous Batman parodies, West returns as the Dark Knight alongside his sidekick, Chicken Boo as Robin. With Animaniacs returning to television, this is also a celebration of what made the cartoon series so great.