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Boink! The Gaster Brothers Pt. 1

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The Gaster Brothers BOINK! in particular is going to contain some disturbing themes. We will try our very best to tag everything appropriate, but if you see that we’ve missed something please let us know. Subjects that will crop up and be tagged include: child abuse, child slavery, torture, dismemberment, murder, and more.

For all of it’s happy moments, this is not a happy story and does not have a happy ending. Please take that into consideration if you are interested in reading this story.


They were stopped for the night in the woods, and that meant a fire, and that meant gathering wood.

Once the pit was dug and the area cleared, that’s just what the skeleton boy did, moving through the woods around the campsite to pick up twigs and smaller branches.

He’d chop them into smaller pieces back at camp. But for now, he enjoyed being a bit more on his own. Not that he was always around someone else, but the merchant was always at least sort of present around him.

Right now, though, Hugh was back at the campsite, tallying up their goods and checking the distance to the next village, and the skeleton had a few long minutes outside to be alone.

He was lost.

How on earth had he managed to get lost in his own stretch of woods? One moment everything seemed normal and he was headed back home for supper and then he turned around and it was all… different. The trees weren’t the same. The air didn’t feel quite right, and he had gotten scared.

He had started to run, hoping he would find something that looked familiar, but the further he went the more panicked he became and soon he was walking through the dark hugging himself and trying to get a good look at the stars.

They would point him home.

The little skeleton stood in a clearing looking up, trying to figure out his sense of direction. He was small, no more than eight years old, and wore a dirty tunic and shawl, but looked well-cared for. The mud had only been tracked onto his clothing that day after playing with his friends.

But now his friends were gone, away and comfortable in their houses and here he was, alone in the dark without a clue as to where he was.

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Kim Young Ae as…

  • Queen Soheon in 500 Years of Joseon: Deep Rooted Tree (MBC, 1983)
  • Deposed Queen Yun in the Diary of Prince Yeonsan (1988)
  • Queen Jangryeol in Jang Hee Bin (SBS, 1995)
  • Choi Suk Bin in The King’s Pathway (MBC, 1998)
  • Queen Myeongseong in Jang Hee Bin (KBS, 2002)
  • Im Baek Mu in Hwang Jin Yi (KBS, 2006)
  • Dowager Yun in the Moon Embracing the Sun (MBC, 2012)
  • Queen Munjeong in Mirror of the Witch (JTBC, 2016)
New suggestion for Kaladin cast

Someone just suggested that this guy would make a great Kaladin:

Those are the stills from a Taiwanese film called Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale (赛德克·巴莱) and the guy is the actor of the younger protagonist, whose name is Yuki Daki (游大庆). I think he quite fits the descriptions of Kaladin, if not a bit older. (Thanks so much to the friend who provided the info!)

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MAYEM: The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place Pt. 6 (END)

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Kid covered his face and tried to not laugh.

“I can’t believe you’re burning your void,” he said.

This is the kind of shit Goop would’ve scolded Kid for back when he was alive.

“It’s my void, let me burn it if I wanna.” Goop chuckled.

“I was actually a little worried it would hurt the circuitry of the thing but I realized that it never really gets very far before just… vanishing. So I think it’s okay.”

…Kid nodded, not sure what to make of that but…

“…okay. I’m going to admit right now I honestly thought you were always just holding this bubble of coffee inside you until you got outside or something instead of it vanishing and I never really understood it but I wasn’t going to question it. So. I’m glad that got cleared up, honestly.”

Goop turned and stared at him. “… You thought I just kept it inside me and then… puked it out or something all this time?”

He seemed both a mix of horrified and incredibly amused.

“Your void hates liquid! I assumed it just… Wouldn’t assimilate!” Kid said, throwing his hands up.

“So maybe you kept it in a little pocket, like how you carried your magazines and stuff! It made sense.”

“I mean… yeah I guess that makes sense.” Goop said, still looking pretty amused. “But I don’t… hold it? I just let it go after it goes in my mouth and then it just sorta…”

“…”

“I bet there’s like… a pile of old coffee and potato chips and shit sitting in the void somewhere.” He looked at Kid.

Kid stared at Goop.

“….the final revenge,” he said.

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MAYEM: The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place Pt. 4

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Goop frowned and stepped forward, child in his arms.

“Not the one you’re thinking of, I’m afraid.”

“Just a friend of his.”

“What–?” Asgore said, wide eyed, staring at Goop’s face and down at the child in his arms.

Toriel’s eyes lingered longer, her shock fading faster.

She took a small step forward, eyes going from Chara and back up to Goop.

“…What is this?”

“A human child. They fell in from a hole in the mountainside.”

He shifted his arms so they could see Chara better.

“They’re cold and hurt.”

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MAYEM: The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place Pt. 5

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“Whenever you wanna be. You can be the wife right now if you want.”

“We can both be the wife. At the same time.”

Kid stopped walking for a second, thinking about that. Then, he kept going.

“Huh,” he said. “…So I’m the wife who throws you over my shoulder, and you’re the gurgling wife?”

“When do I get to be the carried-over-the-shoulder wife?”

“… Now, if you want.” Goop laughed.

Kid snorted.

“Are you actually gonna walk where we’re supposed to go?”

“Yes. Promise.” Goop grinned.

It wasn’t as scary when they were busy goofing off.

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Petition to have Spring Awakening professionally recorded because its use of ASL is both stunning and revolutionary, and should therefore be preserved.

MAYEM: The Sinner In Me Pt. 1

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“Yeah I think that would be good. He might not do well moved anyway. It’s big enough for the few that’ll show up.” He said, then went back to thinking. A slightly pained look came across his face.

“It would be nice to invite the Twitchy I knew. He would have loved it.”

“Maybe I’ll take his world a slice of cake or something.”

Kid hesitated.

Nodded.

He hadn’t liked the Twitchy they’d met so far, but… he knew Goop had made a friend in one of them.

“…Real cake, though,” he said. “…maybe some for the kids, too. You don’t have to go for that, though.”

Goop nodded. “… I think I would like to go. Just to see them. Know how they’re doing.”

He took a breath he didn’t need and looked at Kid. “Anyone else?”

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MAYEM: The Sinner In Me Pt. 3

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It was funny how being a slime had ceased to be an insult, and started to be an excuse.

Gaster lived a few blocks away from the school in a small apartment building. Nothing especially fancy. Nothing bad looking, either, though. It was homey inside; a well-worn couch in front of a TV set. An open kitchen that looked rather unused with a melted MTT Parfait glass on the counter.

A refrigerator covered in childish drawings.

A wall and bookshelf full of photos of a pair of young skeletons. The most recent were in Snowdin from when Gaster had evidently visited them for some special occasion–Sans was holding a roll of paper declaring both himself and his brother to be sentries, grinning his usual grin.

The only strange thing was that.

Sans holding the scroll, rather than the person who should’ve been most excited.

It had been a long journey of acceptance for Goop over his years with Kid. At first he had hated it. Being called ‘goop’? His entire form? Being able to shift and feel nothing? Some of these things still bothered him, but a lot of them didn’t anymore.

It was nice not to worry so much about his appearance.

Goop smiled at the inside of the apartment, venturing over to the pictures of Sans and Papyrus in particular. The one of Sans holding the acceptance slip caught him a little off guard though.

“… Sans and Papyrus both sentries?”

They had been in his world too, but Papyrus was the one who wanted it the most.

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1975’s The Giant Spider Invasion is invading Blu-ray on June 7 through VCI Entertainment. The so-bad-it’s-good B-movie was once the subject of a Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode.

Bill Rebane (Monster A-Go Go) directs. Steve Brodie, Barbara Hale, Alan Hale Jr. and Leslie Parrish star. It’s also worth noting that the giant spider was created by covering a Volkswagen car in fake fur and adding legs.

Special features:

  • Size Does Matter! Making The Giant Spider Invasion - a new documentary by Daniel Griffith
  • Bonus C: The Giant Spider Invasion the Musical - 14tracks from the forth-coming live musical
  • The Giant Spider Invasion mini comic book
  • Archival interviews with director Bill Rebane, cast,crew and fans
  • Archival interview with actor Robert Easton
  • Bill Rebane introduction by Kevin Murphy and Mike Nelson (of Mystery Science Theater)
  • Behind-the-scenes photo gallery
  • Theatrical trailer, TV spots and news reports