big goddamn heroes

  • Trish Walker: is jealous and covetous and possibly even a little resentful of Jessica Jones' powers and perceived ability to be a hero
  • Trish Walker: is an addict and child abuse survivor
  • Trish Walker: believes in Jessica so much and supports her so deeply, she is willing to potentially die WHILE HIGH by taking Simpson's pills to stave him off during a fight
  • Trish Walker: wants to help uncover the insidious nature of IGH and find out the answers to Jessica's past so badly that she has opened the door to letting her verbally/emotionally/physically abusive mother back into her life in exchange for Dorothy's files on IGH
  • Trish Walker: IS A BIG GODDAMN HERO EVEN WITHOUT POWERS FITE ME (ง'̀-'́)ง(ง'̀-'́)ง(ง'̀-'́)ง
  • Disney: *promotes Frozen 2 and Frozen Fever to the high heavens* Man, we did a great job promoting our films!
  • Big Hero 6: ...
  • Cinderella: ...
  • Inside Out: ...
  • Zootopia: ...
  • The Good Dinosaur: ...
  • Moana: ...

“someone has to educate these kids” well clearly not you because your methods involve terrorizing them into submission so you feel like a big goddamn hero

okay so i have always had a preference for renegade shepard. and it seems like most people who have only ever played paragon don’t understand why i prefer renegade. 

y’all have this skewed view of how renegade shepard works. and i’m not talking about renegade choices, i’m talking renegade dialogue. because a renegade shepard can still do things like cure the genophage and care about/gain the loyalty of their crew members while still being renegade. 

they’re still a big goddamn hero. but they’re a hero in a whole different light.

like renegade shep isnt just an ass. they’re smart and sarcastic and manipulative and cruel, but best of all they conduct their whole ‘no bullshit’ attitude using this very dark humor and it makes for SUCH an compelling character.