In the wake of her father’s death, Ash is left at the mercy of her cruel stepmother. Consumed with grief, her only joy comes by the light of the dying hearth fire, rereading the fairy tales her mother once told her. In her dreams, someday the fairies will steal her away, as they are said to do. When she meets the dark and dangerous fairy Sidhean, she believes that her wish may be granted.
The day that Ash meets Kaisa, the King’s Huntress, her heart begins to change. Instead of chasing fairies, Ash learns to hunt with Kaisa. Though their friendship is as delicate as a new bloom, it reawakens Ash’s capacity for love-and her desire to live. But Sidhean has already claimed Ash for his own, and she must make a choice between fairy tale dreams and true love.
I've been loving your Golden Age Wonder Woman blogging and I gotta ask, what is Etta Candy like in the Sorrowverse?
rockabilly roller derby pivot and plus sized model whose youtube channel reviews makeup, self-defense products, and candy. she gets a lot of free delivery boxes every month for reviews. she also sells tarot readings on etsy and has a separate blog where she reviews adult toys. a good review is highly sought after because she’s notoriously difficult to please. she’s got a lot of hustles and all of them involve being able to stop what she’s doing at any time to hang out with wonder woman instead.
Warning: I was stoned off my ass posting this. If I go off the rails, please come down to my basement and bungle some cheetos into my trash hole. Thank you, take care out there, and enjoy.
Woo hah! Let me tell ‘bout this weird dream I had last night, man. There was a girl made of earth from a floating baby. Then this baby starts to give her small items because he can. As for the girl, dubbed Hanazuki, she has moodring powers that lighten up the special items depending on her mood, and grow trees of different shapes and colors and they protect the planet from black space jizz. Then she meets a diamond, a pothead pony, her tsundere twin, and tiny bunny rabbits and they all go on crazy adventures while the space jizz looms from beyond. Let’s see, Rue Beep Boop? “Yes, Major?” Can you look up that one scene from Rick and Morty? Should be in the database. “But of course, Major. Got it right her.”
Yeah, that’s basically the G rated version of it. This sooooo reminds me of Friendship is Magic, Sailor Moon, Paprika, and especially Star vs the Forces of Evil put together. It’s colorful, down to earth, sweet, and more importantly: coherent. It has a very interesting story going on with
Han̈azüki’s newfound role, the tsundere rival, the stoner pony, the black space jizz, and the magic that binds them all. She’s in a fresh environment, doing things great at first and everything’s fine, and while her moodring powers and optimism can be sweet enough to stomp the shenanigans that come her way, there’s a shred of despair and doubt that not everything can be resolved so nicely. Hate throwing this word around, but
is pretty nuanced in plotting something big, even with it’s cuddly and close minion rip offs. Those rabbit things aren’t annoying or bad as minions, but they push it sometimes. Plus,
is voiced by Flame Princess, Lucy, and Lynn Loud put together, so there will be energy. Small victories.
Though I forgot they promoted meth in this show, too
This is a colorful and intriguing series, and I’m surprised Hasbro is behind this, weird I’ve seen no toys of this first. That, and Titmouse Inc, the group behind Superjail, a favorite adult cartoon. What is also surprising is that this is all on Youtube. You don’t have to pay, watch it on a tiny screen while a nobody reacts to it, watch a rip of it, go to kisscartoon, or Youtube Red’s useless ass. All 9 11 minute episodes, of a cartoon series, free, are on YOUTUBE. Sorry to repeat myself, but this is rare since only animated shorts, reviews, parodies, cats, let’s plays, and trailers are what make that site run and fund nowadays. I mean I’m gonna download this season to my flash drive, just in case, but I honestly say
Han̈azüki’s worth giving a try. You may think I’m too mannish and old to watch this, and you’d be correct, but I took a chance with this drunk in the head. Now I’m sober, and I still find it’s nice as I remember.
If anything I think they were high putting this trailer together
The cuteness and ecstasy color palette might turn you off, the opening is the only eyesore I see, but it can hook you without having to tune your brain off or get buzzed. It has layers of suspense while still being bright on the sunny side, and that’s a trend in cartoons I’m behind 100%. I hope season 2 will be just as good. Also, I need to lay off the cannabis jokes and this good cannabis. Then again, better than any other drug out there.
And with that, I wish you peace and a good day. Later.
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was really fun drawing ethan as well as trying out new art stuff! i messed up the hands but everything else was a fun experience since i was able to catch up on some good series on ethans channel! hope you guys like it! @crankgameplays 💫
So, I’ve watched quite a few queer-related movies in the past few weeks. Here’s a recap of the ones I’ve watched (and ones I’m going to watch) and how I’ve rated them.
Blue Is The Warmest Colour: 5/10 Brownie points for Lea Seydoux being Lea Seydoux, but it’s a no-go for the male gaze-oriented sex scenes. And Adele’s snot-crying at the end. And for Emma calling Adele a slut… I love and hate that scene both at the same time. But mainly hate. Also, it’s long and in all French, so you better put on the subtitles and have a good 3 hours to just chill.
High Tension: 7/10 Cecile de France is amazing in this film (read: her haircut is hot), and I’m sad her character had such a bad ending. The gore is slightly over-the-top, but terrific in its execution (so many bad puns. I apologize). Although most of it is in French and dubbed in some places, I would still watch it again in a heartbeat. The suspense and the tension were high (again, I’m sorry, I can’t help it) but the ending does not bode well for LGBT folks. As is such with many films in the horror genre, the concept of sexuality is a misused and abused one.. but it makes for great fanfiction (mine, since it’s one of the only TWO fanfics posted on the internet from this fandom).
But I’m A Cheerleader: 6/10 Too campy for my taste, but I shipped Megan and Graham from the moment Graham said “I like girls” while staring at Megan. It’s a very good film to watch if you need to distract yourself from the reality of living at the Pray The Gay Away summer camp your parents just sent you to “for your own good.” Also, Natasha Lyonne plays Nicky Nichols in OITNB, so… yeah. Brownie points all around.
Imagine Me & You: 11/10 Yes, I gave it an eleven. (These go to eleven.) I absolutely LOVED this movie. Luce, The Florist, is amazing. Rachel, The Married Woman, is adorable. Heck, The Token Male Character, is… awkward and sweet and a necessary evil for the plot. But the romance! Literally, kids, I’m never watching The Notebook during a sleepover as long as I’ve got this movie. It’s fucking adorable and British and the witty dialogue is on point.
The Runaways: 7.5/10 I didn’t know I shipped KStew and Dakota Fanning until I watched this movie. And the portrayal of Joan Jett was amazing- the old middle-school me that was obsessed with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts (and My Chemical Romance… we all have our punk phases) was amazed at how Joan Kristen was. Even down to their hair-flip thing. I mean, Kristen should sing more. And wear tighter t-shirts more often, you know what I’m saying?
Better Than Chocolate: 8/10 This movie would be a seven, if I hadn’t loved the trans* character of Judy so much which added a brownie point. It was a cute comedy, and I liked the friendship between Judy and the mom, Lila. Also, Christina Cox as Kim (girlfriend goals second only to Luce The Florist)… and the sexy painting scene around 20 minutes in… yep. Except for the random scary break-in near the end, this movie was sweet and definitely better than chocolate.
The Kids Are All Right; Lost and Delirious; Bloomington; Loving Annabelle; My Summer of Love; When Night Is Falling; Mulholland Drive; Heavenly Creatures; Bound; Room In Rome; Cracks; Itty Bitty Titty Committee; Martyrs; The Moth Diaries; The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister; Tipping The Velvet; Desert Hearts; Go Fish and Fried Green Tomatoes.
Anyone have any other suggestions? I’ll try and watch Affinity and Fingersmith (or better yet, read them) if I can find any copies of them lying around the library. Sadly, no luck so far.
Consider this my pseudo-”summer reading” assignment, although I can’t buy lesbian-themed books (aside from The Price of Salt that I bought and have hiding in the bottom of my dresser to read at night with the door closed- it’s so good!) or else my mother will find them and ask too many questions. I feel like I smuggled in drugs or something, when I went to buy the book at Barnes and Noble. It was the fastest I’d ever been through a checkout. :)