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Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter Character Aesthetic

Anita Blake {as Emmy Rossum}

I try to be a good cop. I try to be a good little soldier and follow orders up to a point. But in the end I’m not really a cop, or a soldier. I am a legally sanctioned murderer. I am the Executioner.”
― Laurell K. Hamilton, Skin Trade

The Emmys

…what the fuck?

Why has Megan not been nominated?

I finally had time to go look, and Smash got nothing by way of nominations. Honestly. At least Megan should’ve gotten a nomination. According to basically all the critics (seriously, this isn’t just me!) they say Megan carries the show with her emotional acting capacity as Ivy Lynn. On top of that, she delivered multiple fantastic vocal and dance performances every episode.


Cersei had been a year old when her grandfather died. The first thing her father had done on his ascension was to expel his own father’s grasping, lowborn mistress from Casterly Rock. The silks and velvets Lord Tytos had lavished on her and the jewelry she had taken for herself had been stripped from her, and she had been sent forth naked to walk through the streets of Lannisport, so the west could see her for what she was.
Though she had been too young to witness the spectacle herself, Cersei had heard the stories growing up from the mouths of washerwomen and guardsmen who had been there. They spoke of how the woman had wept and begged, of the desperate way she clung to her garments when she was commanded to disrobe, of her futile efforts to cover her breasts and her sex with her hands as she hobbled barefoot and naked through the streets to exile. “Vain and proud she was, before,” she remembered one guard saying, “so haughty you’d think she’d forgot she come from dirt. Once we got her clothes off her, though, she was just another whore.”
If Ser Kevan and the High Sparrow thought that it would be the same with her, they were very much mistaken.