have another interpretation

meh I guess my interpretation of jack savage is wayyyy different than the fandoms version I guess. There is very little information of him other than hes a bond bunny so thats when I started to give him a James bond type of character along with many other agent-like characters but also giving him his own agent like personality (since that’s his root character right? XD).

Friendly reminder that those are not Locus and Felix’s facecanons. Miles called them another artist’s interpretation, so your interpretation is still just as canon as the next.

Remember that Wash got drawn by Luke McKay years ago and we still pump different facecanons for him on a daily basis. We got brunette Wash, Asian Wash, freckled Wash, natural blond Wash, RED HEADED WASH. They’re all valid ok.

anonymous asked:

You mentioned something about Sasuke's hair continuity. I don't understand. Does it have another interpretation aside from aesthetics? Just curious. Thanks!


At the beginning of the Naruto Series, sasuke parted his hair down the middle

When he returns from training with Kakashi for the chunin exams his hair is longer but still parted in the middle, and I think the length was just to show how they trained until the very last second so he had no time to cut his hair. 

And then you skip to shippuden. When Naruto meets up with Sasuke at Orochimaru’s hideout, Sasuke still has his hair parted down the middle

BUT (and this is where it gets interesting) at some point during Shippuden, Sasuke stops parting his hair in the middle and starts wearing bangs.

One day i got curious so I decided to track down the exact moment he switched from “parted down the middle” to “messy but tbh way hotter bangs”

And I found that the last moment we see Sasuke with his hair parted down the middle is this one

Yeah, the last moments of his battle with Itachi. 

When he wakes up and Madara is there his hair is already different

This is a very clear choice and not an accident. He finally killed Itachi, so in his eyes no one will ever be there to poke his forehead again, therefore: BANGS. 

(obviously Itachi comes back because the terrible ending decisions in Naruto actually start waaaaayyy earlier on than people think they do, pretty much at the beginning of the war) (Go on, try and think of the last GOOD arc in Naruto) (For me, its probably the Hokage Summit arc) (The war arc did nothing for me) (NOTHING) 

Aaaaaaaanyway, the point is, there is a very real reason Sasuke’s hair changes at the specific times that it changes throughout the story. If Kishimoto wanted to change Sasuke’s design he could have done it at the beginning of Shippuden and everyone would have just thought that it changed because time passed, but he didn’t. He waited until Sasuke “killed” Itachi to make that change. 

Which is why I don’t like that they changed Sasuke’s hair so much in the ending and in the Last movie. What was the motivation behind it?? Why the big front bangs that cover half his face?? 

No, you know what, im not even mad about the bangs, im mad that they got rid of his spikes. Through all of Sasuke’s hair incarnations he still had his stupid duck-butt spikes and they were  I C O N I C  and i still do not understand why they felt the need to get rid of them completely????? 

Ugh. Anyway. Hope this was helpful. 

anonymous asked:


*settles down in a beach chair with popcorn* honestly im so ready for all the marco/luffy interactions im sO READY!!!!!!!! i hope marco is acting all serious at first and is like hello ace’s little brother do you remember m- but then luffy just jumps on him and is like OMG PINEAPPLE THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING THANK YOU FOR BEING THERE FOR ACE WHEN I COULDNT THANK YOU FOR SAVING MEEEEE luffy has no time for awkward encounters hes got places to go things to do and people to hug

(lmao ace is probably crying in heaven over his best friend getting with his little brother way to break the bro code marco)

I just want to set yet another thing straight - I’m one of those people who tends to say “if you don’t like it, don’t watch it”. And I recently realised that some people interpret that as “shut up, you’re annoying me” or “shut up, you don’t have the right to voice an opinion, get out”. Which couldn’t be further from the truth.

I’m not telling anyone to shut up. If I mean “shut up”, I’ll say “shut up”. I’ve no reason to say it, though. Have at it. But I need to distance myself from it, because it’s frustrating. I get frustrated on behalf of the people doing it because I put myself in their shoes. And suddenly I have this problem. And so, I try to find a solution. I do that. I don’t dwell on problems, I look for solutions, because that’s how I can make it better. And if there’s a story I don’t like, I can only see two solutions: change the story, or stop reading/watching it and find a story I do like.

Changing the story usually isn’t an option. No amount of arguing or complaining or feedback is going to get someone to change their story when tons of people love it the way it is. JJ Abrams is never going to listen to me. The only thing that’s fully in my own power to do is to walk away.

So if I say “just stop watching” it’s because I see people talk about being upset, crying, feeling terrible, because of a TV show. And to me, that’s not the point of entertainment, that’s not how it should be at all, and it’s frustrating and I feel bad for them. I genuinely feel like they’d be happier if they let it go and walked away. Because that’s how it is for me. I might be wrong. It might be different for other people. I don’t know. But that’s the intent behind it every time I say this. I’m not trying to get anyone to shut up, I’m trying to solve the problem. I’m telling myself to let it go and walk away because that’s my actual, genuine solution.

I’m gonna stop saying it. But I’ll probably always think it. No TV show or movie or book is worth genuine heartache.

Unpopular Opinion

I know people are questioning the fact that their long break is nearly over and they haven’t CO.  I have always been team optimism and still am, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it will happen in the next week or so.  It still could, but then again it might not and that is okay.  I can see all of the incredibly positive changes that have taken place and infer from them that things are still progressing in that direction and that they ultimately want the freedom to live life being true to themselves to be the end result of this process.  Despite that, there are too many factors to really figure out when so I’m just enjoying the positive and assuming from it that they are working towards an eventual CO.  

Here’s the unpopular part…Having said the above, I’ve never thought that a coming out would necessarily have to happen during a break from tour. I get why people think it makes sense, but I could also see it happening during tour. Something super casual, likely started on social media.  Confirmed by a rep but not addressed specifically by H/L. They could continue performing, business as usual, allowing people to accept the news and adjust to a new reality before addressing it head on. Continuing to perform and having people focused on the tour and the music rather than their personal lives would be a big enough distraction that they would also have a chance to adjust (because it will be stressful for them–good things can cause stress as well–getting married and buying a home are two positive things listed in the top largest stressful events in life).

So, if there was a CO during tour, they would be able to let the dust settle and then once the tour ended, they could start the talk show circuit allowing it to serve dual purposes–promo for their new album and finally being able to address their new public relationship status. By delaying the interview questions about it, they could potentially avoid some of the negative knee jerk reactions, because as I said, people would have had time to let it sink in.  Addressing it after their tour would actually help with a re-brand and promo for a new album which many have alluded towards being important moving forward.  By withholding the interviews until afterward, they would have held onto the ‘marketability’ to a certain extent.  Exclusive interviews and articles would still garner a tremendous amount of attention to both them as well as the band.

There are so many ways that things could happen really and this is just one random thought.  At the end of the day, it will be the way that they want it to be and that is the most important thing.  It’s obvious (to me at least) that they’re getting there and as long as they continue to look happy and at peace with one another and in general, that is enough to keep a smile on my face as well.

In my personal opinion, Lucifer would have many forms but would appear to those who see him as their ideal form of beauty in a person.  As in being perfect in the eye of the beholder to better gain leverage and make them notice you. Lucifer is prideful. After all, who doesn’t listen to the voice and persuasion of someone they find attractive or who they love. Love and lust are pretty blind.

So Lucifer would be that person who catches your eye. Maybe the woman with short blond hair, quick wit, and shapely body that you can’t look away from. Maybe the tall guy with a leer that makes your heart skip a beat and laugh that makes a good shiver run down your spine.

Lucifer could be anyone, but always the one you can’t keep your eyes off of.

He’s the one you don’t know yet still worms his way into your mind.

And always a presence you want to submit yourself to.

anonymous asked:

Being akumatizaded is not about turning evil, is about Hawkmoth taking advantage of someone's negative feelings and use it to his own benefic. Showing kids that everyone, even the heroes, have bad moments and days but they still can overcome them is not a bad thing.

Okay, so there is a bit of a misunderstanding on our part here.

Let me quote myself here,

This is a kid’s show. And the kids are looking up to the two heroes of the show, Ladybug and Chat Noir, to save the day and fight the evil villain Hawkmoth.

In here, the one I’m pertaining to as the evil villain is Hawkmoth, NOT the people being akumatized (Just in case, for the people who are going to defend that akumatized-villains are not bad). People who turned by an akuma are akumatized-villains. And btw, I refer to Hawkmoth as the “evil villain” on purpose because that’s what kids view him as. He is the big bad guy the heroes must defeat.

Kids know that being akumatized is bad, what do you think will be the message sent to them when the heroes who they count on to save the day turned into an akuma (the evil thing they must avoid)?

In here, I prefer to the akumas as the evil ones, not the people being turned into an akuma.

And I stand by my point here that being akumatized is bad.

Why? Do you know what the show was symbolizing with this “akumas”?

I’m agreeing with you that Hawkmoth manipulates the akumatized-villains, but does that make it not bad? They wreck the city, attack the citizens, and force people to act against their will. Are you telling me that those actions are not bad? For me, I interpreted it as that the people are not to blame. But the actions they are doing are bad; hence, being an akuma is bad. That’s why the heroes are stopping it in the first place.

Hawkmoth only choose to manipulate the people who are already down and overcome with emotions, why do you think it’s that way?

Because if they are being rational, I doubt any of them will agree to abide by Hawkmoth’s will. If I have to say, he only amplifies the negative feelings at most, but the decision still relies on them. He chooses to manipulate those who are having a bad time because their decisions will be hindered with their emotions (anger, jealousy, injustice). This makes it easier to beguile them to his will (the dark side). He sweet talks them that he is giving them justice and with the power he’s going to give, they will get what they want. Then he makes the deal, they must get the Miraculous of LB and CN.

In which they agree easily, because they are being blinded with their negative emotion and desire.

Also, episode 19 had made me confirmed Hawkmoth’s greatest weakness (and some other meta). This has been apparent to me since Evillustrator and Dark Cupid, but was made more apparent with the latest ep.

Hawkmoth can’t control the akumatized-villains.

Yes, he manipulates them. But the decision is ultimately decided by the akumatized-villains theirselves. The previous episodes had raised this attention to me. Every time the villains are not working, he will motivate them by saying that he will “take back the powers” he had given. The akumatized-villains are following his orders, not because the butterfly-akuma is making them to, but simply because they wanted to use the powers for their own good (and get revenge!).

He is ordering them around and they follow because he is their benefactor. But if you haven’t noticed, some of the villains had postponed, neglected, and even completely ignored his orders. Reflekta still tried to turn Ladybug into her own image, despite being warned by Hawkmoth that she should get the earrings first. Understandable, considering that’s her only attack. But what made me realize this weakness the most is Nathanael.

This guy had shoved aside Hawkmoth’s orders in order to have a date with Marinette. He’s the nearest one to have overcome the akuma (because of his love/crush on the girl). Hawkmoth is forced to make him feel that he’s taking back the power before Evillustrator conceded with “Alright! Alright! I’ll do it! Just wait!”

This means that if the akumatized-villains refused to do his orders, Hawkmoth will simply withdraw the powers and look for another victim. If normal people refused Hawkmoth in the first place, there wouldn’t be a need for LB and CN.

Too bad, Hawkmoth is smarter and more cunning than that. The one he chooses to akumatize are those overcome with negative emotions so they couldn’t think straight. He then sweet talks them that what they are feeling is justified (like what some of you kept saying) and let them come to the dark side. He’ll give them power as long as they get his miraculous.

Which brings me to my next point:

What on earth are those Akuma-Butterflies?

They are the manifestation of the darkness in a person’s heart (or spirit, if we are going with my other meta/theory that Hawkmoth’s aspect is Spirit).

If you haven’t noticed, all the akumatized-villains are transformed into something that was considered important/impactful to the person. The akumas possess the objects that are important to them, why is that? This is because they are making a negative-manifestation of their heart (by possessing the object closest to it).

This means that the Akuma-Butterflies are the negative emotions/heart/spirit of the person.

And letting it possess you means letting your bad-side take over you.

Now, with that in mind, are you still going to say that being akumatized is not bad? Or evil? Letting anger or jealousy (most common emotion of the villains) overcome you is bad, and acting upon them makes you evil.

All the villains are victims too, they have justified reasons. That is true, and I won’t deny it because that’s the message!

We all have reasons why we do bad things, but that doesn’t justify your actions. It does, however, make people understand that you are not to blame for everything. One shouldn’t condemn you for a single mistake you made (especially when you have reason why you acted like that).

We shouldn’t let our own emotions (especially negative ones) take over ourselves. Even if we are feeling bad, we shouldn’t hurt others for them.

I’ve always thought that is the lesson of Miraculous Ladybug.

PS: This is actually the reason why I’ve let my brother watch Miraculous Ladybug. He was throwing a tantrum and I can’t reason with him (I’m bad with it). So I decided to show him The Bubbler episode, which was very fitting for what he was getting angry about, and he calmed down. I asked him if he wanted to be like The Bubbler, and he answered me with “no”. Since then, I haven’t heard him throw a tantrum about adults again and it made me glad that there’s a show like ML who addresses this kind of problems.

What made Miraculous a beautiful show to kids is that it has multiple lessons. It’s not just about forgiving mistakes. It’s not just about the episode’s lesson. It’s not just about understanding people. It’s not just about the Heroes correcting their questionable actions. In the end of the day, there’s always one lesson that’s apparent of all.

You shouldn’t let your emotion overcome you.

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