breaks my heart :(

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YUUKO AVOIDS ANSWERING MOKONA. 

THAT MEANS YES, ABSOLUTELY. 

ALSO?

I SEE WHERE THIS IS GOING YUUKO. 

By “not simply receive vampire blood” and “the burden of responsibility for his life” I THINK SHE MEANS

FAI WILL 

HAVE TO 

DRINK HIS BLOOD TOO

Also probably the actual responsibility too, but THE KINKY VAMPIRE FANFIC THING IS COMING FOR ME AND I HAVE NO-ONE TO BLAME FOR MYSELF. 

Onnnnnnnnnnn a side note:

Fai thinks that him dying is the best outcome for all of these people. 

Fai thinks that Kurogane hates him a lot of the time. 

Fai probably does not expect Kurogane to fight so hard to keep him alive. 

Fai definitely does not expect Kurogane will WILLINGLY take this continuous burden to keep him around. 

I really hope that, when Fai wakes up again, this is a clue that will help him understand just how much Kurogane wants him in his life. 

BECAUSE AFTER THIS IT’S A LITTLE HARD TO DENY JUST HOW MUCH LOVE IS IN THIS Y/Y?

so much of this movie is Megamind attempting to re-frame his history in a way that makes it less horrific.

‘clearly it was time to move on’ he says as his homeworld is pulled into a black hole and he’s sent alone into the universe. 

'no big deal’ he says as the golden pod knocks him off course and sends him into a prison instead of a family. 

'I loved it’ he says about his career in supervillainy as the prison bus pulls away from the schoolhouse and child!Megamind’s face crumples. 

'things could be a lot worse’ he tells himself as he’s falling to his death.

and it is only at this point, when he is falling to his death, that he is finally like 

‘no. no they really can’t’

‘things can’t get any fucking worse’

‘this is shit. everything is shit’

but

the tone that he admits this in is still so

dismissive

like

yeah, everything is terrible for me, but it doesn’t really matter, because it’s just me and I don’t really matter

Megamind is a natural pessimist clinging desperately to false optimism as a coping mechanism

it’s not a good coping mechanism, really. 

but it’s what he’s got to work with.

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One Batch, Two Batch… Penny and Dime. I read her that book every night before this shit. I read it every single night, but, see, that was over now because Daddy’s home now. She looked at me and she begged me, Red. She begged. She begged. I said, “No. Daddy’s too tired, see. But I’ll read to you tomorrow night. I’ll read to you tomorrow night, I promise.” Yeah. Never think that… for her there was not gonna be any tomorrow, see. The last time I’d see her, I’d be holding her lifeless body in my arms. Meat was spilling out of her, Red. The place where her face used to be.