I think the reason why I’m so in love with Bull is because I find him a fascinating study of dichotomy. He’s a spy for the qunari and he’s a loud, brash, unforgiving sort of gent. He’s strong and bold but also loves nugs and pink. He’s confident and secure in his sexuality and person, but his sexuality revolves around giving others pleasure - which gives him pleasure in return. He prefers the simple, direct approach but he’s also very smart and good at strategy (he holds his own against Solas in mental chess.)
He’s so complex but it masquerades as simplicity, and my writer’s fingers just want to jump into his character and find his motivations because his entire nature is so full of chaos and contradictions - but it still works. There’s only one fault I’ve ever found with Bull and that was that one bit of dialogue between him and Cole but the rest of him is accepting, comfortable in his skin and his sexuality and genuinely fun, if a little crude. Underneath it all, though, is this other layer, this deeper layer where he is a spy and is spying on the Inq and also using the Chargers as a cover to make people in Thedas more willing to work with him so he can study their political workings.
And it’s that last bit that fascinates me, and it’s part that you only find out if you actually side with the qunari in Bull’s mission, because afterwards he tells the Inq that his relationship with the Chargers was effectively a lie. Now, I don’t think that’s as true as Bull wants it to be, but I think he definitely wants it to be the truth.
Jim “oompa loompa” Gordon threating Harvey Dent is the funniest thing I’ve seen, look at this smoll bean spitting at this giant. Jim is lucky he’s talking to Harvey cause if this was Two - Face he would smack the shit outta him.
English artist Jim Kay will be complementing the seven
volumes of Harry Potter’s adventures with illustrations of his own creation —
hundreds of them, if the first book is any indication. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, which was released earlier this
year, features more than 100 of Kay’s illustrations.
Jim Ray Hart becomes the first player in fifty-nine years to have six RBIs in one inning when he hits a three-run homer and a three-run triple in the Giants’ 13-0 rout of Atlanta. Hart had already stroked a double in the second and added a single in the third before his three-base hit and home run in the fifth.