demiurg

anonymous asked:

dude the reason people don't support the headcanon of Wiccan being trans is because it's just not realistic for Earth-616.

The guy is the reincarnated soul of the son of the Scarlet Witch and Vision. He’s dating the son of the most famed Kree Warrior and the heir to the Skrull throne who is seen as basically their Messiah. He can warp reality and create dimensions, he is literally a Demiurge which by definition is a being responsible for the creation of the universe. But please, tell me more about how a headcanon that he could be trans is the most unrealistic thing that his character could be. 

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Billy Kaplan a.k.a. ActualWizard666@Super-Mail.Com

Not only do I (lol of course) completely adore Wiccan, but because of his relationship with Scarlet Witch, I now finally also like her.  I’ve read Marvel comics since elementary school and never appreciated how badass she really is until my recent reading of Young Avengers (lttfuckingp).

Stylizing Wiccan more like Scarlet Witch is ~my jam~

Also ~ ✨ sparkles ✨ ~

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THIS.

THIS page encapsulates all the insanity about Wanda and Vision and their kids.

Understand this, EVERYTHING mentioned here actually HAPPENED.

Yes, they had a double-wedding with a tree spirit animating a dead corpse and some Vietnamese superhero.

Yes, Billy is the (maybe)-reincarnation of their original son (who was conceived with demon magic because Vision in the comics is sterile).

Also Billy has a twin brother called Tommy who got forgotten but yeah, TWO spirit-sons.

Yes their spirit-son is gay and engaged to be married to an alien space-prince.

Everything I’ve written above is actual Marvel comics canon. Look it up.

And people are shocked that Wanda and Vision are a couple to begin with in the MCU?

Friends, if even a fraction of their history gets translated to the big screen, it’s gonna be a wild ride.

DEMIURGE

[noun]

1. a powerful creative force or personality.

2. a public magistrate in some ancient Greek states.

3. a deity in Gnosticism, Manichaeism, and other religions who creates the material world and is often viewed as the originator of evil.

4. a Platonic deity who orders or fashions the material world out of chaos; a creator.

For more generic information, click here.

Etymology: from Ancient Greek Dēmiourgós, literally, “artisan, one with special skill”, from dēmios, “of the people”, from demos, “people” + -ourgos, “worker”, from ergon, “work”.

[Thomas Blackshear]

C. Savini - The Eye of God, the Hand of God and the Sacred Heart.

The Eye of Providence (or the all-seeing eye of God) is a symbol showing an eye often surrounded by rays of light or a glory and usually enclosed by a triangle. It represents the eye of God watching over mankind (or divine providence).

The Hand of God, or Manus Dei in Latin, also known as Dextera domini/dei, the “right hand of God”, is a motif in Jewish and Christian art, especially of the Late Antique and Early Medieval periods, when depiction of Jehovah or God the Father as a full human figure was considered unacceptable. The hand, sometimes including a portion of an arm, or ending about the wrist, is used to indicate the intervention in or approval of affairs on Earth by God, and sometimes as a subject in itself. 

The devotion to the Sacred Heart (Sacratissimi Cordis Iesu in Latin) is one of the most widely practiced and well-known Roman Catholic devotions, taking Jesus Christ’s physical heart as the representation of his divine love for humanity. Predecessors to the modern devotion arose unmistakably in the Middle Ages in various facets of Catholic mysticism.

DEMIURGE

[noun]

1. a powerful creative force or personality.

2. a public magistrate in some ancient Greek states.

3. a deity in Gnosticism, Manichaeism, and other religions who creates the material world and is often viewed as the originator of evil.

4. a Platonic deity who orders or fashions the material world out of chaos; a creator.

For more generic information, click here.

Etymology: from Ancient Greek Dēmiourgós, literally, “artisan, one with special skill”, from dēmios, “of the people”, from demos, “people” + -ourgos, “worker”, from ergon, “work”.

[Kate O'Hara - Innovation]

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I… really like Overlord… it’s such a good show it’s all I’ve ever wanted out of an anime… I love all of the characters and it’s hard for me to pick a favorite (besides Ainz ofc) but here are some I like a lot!!

The great fan-theorying 2016 - Vision and Wanda (post-Civil War)

First of all, I would like to point out that back in August last year I got the whole plotline concerning Wanda and Vision in Civil War right. 

Some quotes from my post/fan-theory from a year ago:

If because of the explosion, she (Wanda) gets arrested and put out of commission, that would explain why she’s not in either line-up. Possibly means the rest of the movie is about trying to get her out, since Cap knows what really went down and that she doesn’t deserve to be locked up…

…Which means that likely he’s (Vision’s) the only one who can be in charge of guarding her and/or making sure she doesn’t take over the guards’ minds.

Leaving Wanda and Vision alone.

Together.

Interacting.

I grew up on Wanda and Vision comics, because my dad was a huge sap and actually collected their miniseries as well as West Coast Avengers, which was then passed onto me. I also keep up with the current comics to see what Marvel intends with their relationship now, including their kids (if you’re new to the ship, oh boy is that an interesting chestnut of information for you to digest!).

What’s more, I have a script-writing background, and I’m currently in the media industry. It’s kinda my job to write stories, keep stories straight, and assess them objectively. Theory-crafting is my job, lore-mongering is part of my skill-set.

And with Vision and Wanda, you gotta go through like 40 years worth (not counting the last few months even) of history and drama, good and bad, to figure out where the MCU wants to go.

Lucky for you, I grew up on this shit. It’s second nature for me to keep it all straight.

This gonna be a huge post, people. This post will be about me addressing some stuff about how they are portrayed in Civil War, some stuff linking to their comic counterparts, and I’m actually going to include my theories about Marvel’s end-game plan for these two, and this includes looking at other material/media in association with the MCU that has come out (video games, comics etc.)

For newbies to the ship, I’m going to link to some primer material as well, because you guys gotta get introduced to Billy and Tommy. Strap in!

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