OOC: Sorry about the recent lack of activity here. I’ve been losing motivation for a while, plus I have to get ready for SCHOOL. THAT’S RIGHT, SCHOOL. My country’s summer works differently from yours for some reason. Fucking rain ruining it for us. I curse the environmental sprite creatures or something for making it hot in the April and May. Believe me, I really want to have summer with you guys who have it in June. Why do Phineas and Ferb get 8 years of Summer…

ANYWAY, TALKING ABOUT THE BLOG, IN THIS ONE, FEMMY STARTS A RACE WAR. Hey, we definitely have to have Plants vs. Zombies on this blog.

So uh…. what plants and zombies do you want me to spare?

zaturnz-barz  asked:

Any potential for foreign vintage geek culture, like early anime or retro European comics?

You bet there is! Of all the movies this year, I am the most pumped about the upcoming adaptation of the Valérian comics. I keep on going back to this, but people who think the adventure scifi of the past was all good vs. evil were way off: Valérian was all about how most conflicts were due to misunderstandings, an inability to live and let live. It was very Star Trek in that way.

I love the German science fiction novel series Perry Rhodan, maybe the longest running novel series in the world. It’s fascinating because every German science fiction fan has read it, and may even have gotten into scifi because of it, but few people admit to liking it except as a guilty pleasure. How many people have read this series and decided to do something romantic with their lives, like becoming a scientist or wildlife photojournalist?

And from what I can read of the series, it’s absolutely great and lots of fun. Perry Rhodan has a much cooler, Mr. Spock-like alien sidekick, and his love interest is his sidekick’s sexy sister. So imagine if Captain Kirk’s true love was Mr. Spock’s sister, who happened to be Gwen Stacey (oh…um…spoilers).

For a long time, I’ve championed French writer J.H. Rosny as one of the foundational figures of early science fiction. In France, Rosny and his brother are considered crucial figures for the adventure and science fiction genre - up there with Jules Verne - but they’re unknown in the English speaking world, except maybe as the guys who wrote the stone age adventure novel, Quest for Fire

The Rosny brothers did amazing stuff: Xipehuz is a science fiction series about an invasion of earth during Babylonian times by totally incomprehensible, non-anthropomorphized aliens who’s motives we never understand and who we never truly communicate with. Because our heroes are pre-scientific, they have no frame of reference, so they never really quite grasp what’s going on. An extraordinary book.

J.H. Rosny wrote Quest for Fire, but he wrote a novel set at the end of time, the Death of the Earth. The last few paragraphs, where the last living thing on earth shuts its eyes on a dead earth forever, may be the most moving passage in all of scifi. It also features evil minerals coming to life, which, together with the silicon based life in the Xipehuz, seems to be one of Rosny’s great fears and recurring menaces. 

(If I say “them” and “he” interchangeably, it’s because it’s not clear, even to many scholars, when it’s J.H. Rosny writing alone, or when it was the brothers together.)

As for anime…as a red-blooded, whiskey drinking, meat-eating American, I was never able to understand anime, with its spiky haired, femmy, androgynous heroes, schoolgirls, and talking animal sidekicks. However, a crucial part of being an adult is realizing not everything is made for you, and to let other people do their own thing and like what they like. Maybe I feel this way because I haven’t encountered the right one. 

In that same vein, I’m not in the habit of begrudging anybody their taste, but I don’t entirely understand Steven Universe’s appeal. I watched an episode where he’s charmed with a Juno-style cheeseburger backpack, and it always struck me as basically being Justice Society of America, if they made Johnny Thunder the central character. I was always pleased when Johnny Thunder was replaced in the pages of the JSA with a cooler, more hardboiled character, Black Canary. I don’t hate it, I just don’t understand the appeal. 

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR REPTILIAN, coming to a theater near you

Starring LeafyIsHere, Femmy, PewDiePie, Colossal Is Crazy, GradeAUnderA, Dolan Dark, HeyWatchYourMouth and Pyrocynical.

Please watch this shitty movie

So you guys liked my other edit, Big Cancer 6, which has 385 notes at this moment. (why wtf it was awful) I took it upon myself to make another cancerous edit and put more effort in it too… i have a sad life…

thatzootopianfox  asked:

I'm confused I may be gay but what is the technical definition of a femboy?

Typically a femboy is thin framed male with femmie tendencies. However there isn’t really any strict rule that the person needs to be thin. One of my dear friends is a crossdresser and straight. While in drag she prefers going as she, but when in street clothes my friend only wants male terms. It is how a person wishes to be referred.

I was talking with my the-100-watching-friend, and started to explain about how Jasper’s storyline ending was really fucking sad and deserved so much better, when he said that he didn’t really care for him anymore since he got so suicide-y. Which fucked me up. Because I used to be in a deep depression, would he not have cared about me anymore when I was sad all the time and no fun?