ya i'm thinking that all this is leading up to laura betraying her morals (killing vordie?) to save carm. like a reversal of the s1 arc kinda
yo you got it. I think that too!
the whole opposite things - from the season 2 poster (a fan art that shows hollstein as opposite figures in a card); then to the promo pics and their body language: laura being as the ready-to-fight-hollis, and carmilla being defensive. let’s not forget who’s the sappy one this time, that seems more fragile, or the one who will stand up and fight.
it seems that to me, too, their positions are changing but at a cost - their love being at stake (no pun intended)
So, I really love Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, as many of my followers know, and now I’m doing a Let’s Play of it! I’ve never done this before, so hopefully you guys like it and I don’t come off as a total newbie. X//D
I’ve also invited my friend k9y to watch me play in order to both contrast my loud personality and keep me under control from my general fangirling.
Am I a good Let’s Player? ;w; LET ME KNOW SO I MAY CONTINUE DOING THIS SERIES~
People should realize there is more to Aerith than P I N K & f l o w e r s & bows. She is a STRONG woman that fought bravely until the very end, with a smile upon her lips even in death. Love was always radiating from her, even towards her enemies, and if that is not BADASS I don’t know what is. Do n o t underestimate this t r e a s u r e that had to fight for her life from the very start as a C H I L D. Do n o t call her WEAK.
Before anything else, Hannibal is — let’s face it, probably was — the story of a seduction. Hannibal Lecter saw a kindred spirit in Will Graham, the FBI profiler whose superhuman empathy brought him perilously close to the killers he was attempting to track; Will was terrified of Hannibal, and the part of himself Hannibal identified with so strongly, even as the two formed a genuine connection. With not one, but two cliffhangers, Saturday’s finale may be inherently unsatisfying as a full-stop end to a series. But as a consummation of Will and Hannibal’s tortured, twisted relationship, “The Wrath of the Lamb” was near-perfect.
Another progress shot of this painting. I have about half of the digital work done – I need to add in more of both lights and darks and I need to clean up a lot of details, but here’s to show I’m still picking away at it!
Also, I had a request to make a face-drawing tutorial recently and I want to assure you I’m still working on that, too! It’s harder than I thought it would be to explain how I draw, lol…so I’m still trying to figure that out. It’ll likely end up being a series of tips versus a straight-up tutorial. But I’m getting to it, slowly. I promise.
Among the reasons why Chief/Blue Team aren’t being featured in much marketing, I think one particular reason that stands out is that 343 is trying to prove a point - that they can make a main, numbered Halo game, not just a spin-off, without Master Chief as the centre of attention, with a whole new cast of characters, and have it be successful.
It’s not that they’re trying to shirk away from the Master Chief, but they recognise that he is not the be-all and end-all of this series and you don’t have to make a spin-off to do a game without Chief in the middle of it.
I can appreciate that. We are going to have to move on from John some day.
A series of three novels written by Yoshiyuki Tomino, taking place in Universal Century 0105. 12 years after Char’s Counterattack, Hathaway Noa, the son of Bright Noa, has become the leader of a terrorist organization against the Earth Federation, which has grown extremely corrupt in the face of peace. Taking on the alias Mufti Nabiyu Erin, he pilots the RX-105 Xi Gundam. The series ends on a very shocking note.
Although the novels have never been adapted, pilots and units from the series have been made available in the Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. video games as DLC.
I am tired of seeing people bashing Alice’s character development. [In the beginning of the series, we saw moments where she was unable to do anything without Gilbert or Oz by her side. By the end of the series she was running off to try and confront the core and SAVED HER SISTER by herself. Alice’s voice reached through to her sister and thus helped set along the chain of events that led to the ending. Please stop saying that Alice was thrown aside. She was not. Not at all. And I’m proud of her.] –submitted by anonymous
In the comic strip Bloom County, which ran from 1980-1989, Donald Trump was featured as an endgame villain whose brain was put in the body of a cat. The final story arc of the series details how Trump buys out the comic and fires all the characters in it, displacing them from their homes. Some of the less fortunate are unable to find jobs and have to trek out into nothingness.
I cried, reading the end of this series.
This comic ended its run four years before I was born. I grew up reading copies of the comic on the floor of the downtown Goodwill. It’s how I became aware of Donald Trump’s existence as a child; a vile, vaudevillian villain, a joke to everyone. When I think of Trump, I think of the cat first and foremost.
I thought that everyone was on the same page.
I thought everyone else knew he was a joke.
This strip was published in 1989, more than twenty five years ago. It terrifies me how relevant it is now.
literally why was every adult on victorious a shitty parental figure?? where the hell did tori’s dad go in the end of the series??? why was beck allowed to live in a metal rv in his parents driveway???? DID HALF OF THEM HAVE PARENTS?????