unrelatedly, I really appreciate the execution wrt duck’s transformation-induced nudity? it’s a major source of humor, but all the humor comes from watching duck scramble to figure out how to handle the situation. there’s no attempt to make it skeevy at all, which makes it a lot more believable than certain alternatives–there are no strategically placed objects or smoke clouds while she’s figuring these things out. She just hides in bushes or water, and sometimes the shot ignores her and we just get transformation-noises offscreeen.
it’s just… very nice. it’s genuinely funny and there’s no male gaze from the theoretical camera. a+, very impressive, I would think it’d be hard to non-skeevily joke about a middle school girl constantly misplacing her clothes, but congrats show, u more or less pulled it off. like, definitely people could still be uncomfortable watching it, but not because the show is doing anything to sexualize it. I feel like this is sort of a rare thing, tbh
Hanahaki Disease is an illness born from one-sided love, where the patient throws up and coughs of flower petals when they suffer from one-sided love. The infection can be removed through surgery, but the feelings disappear along with the petals.
To whoever made the prompt list:
Fight me in the WalMart parking lot at 12:30 this is so sad and also making this comic sucked out my remaining will to live
(((Just a detective and his cop husband detecting shit))) AU where Light isn’t a rude as h*ck crazy boi and becomes the fourth best detective in the world? Then Light, L, and Misa fight the bad guys and bring them to justice? anybody?
“Finn could not simply be a sidekick or key ally in the story; he needed a story arc of his own. For the first time, The Force Awakens offered a Star Wars film in which two characters, not only one, are undertaking the Hero’s Journey.”
“Each of these archetypes appears in the Hero’s Journeys of Rey and Finn – but not always in the same way or with the same character in the respective storylines. This makes The Force Awakens an interesting study in the use of archetypes.The Hero, of course, is the central protagonist of the journey. In Rey’s adventure, she is the Hero; in Finn’s adventure, he bears that mantle and Rey fills a different archetype.”
This appeared in the official Star Wars magazine and I can sleep well tonight and my smug smile is so broad, I might still have it when I wake up…