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“Mark and the Malamute” - Digital Oil Painting

“This is why I got him; because he laughs. I thought he was laughing at all my jokes… turns out it’s my fashion sense. I stand by that green sweater!”

Mark is very loyal to his clothes. I was going to go with a modern Mark Hamill and go for a Grandpa-Chic feel… but it just wasn’t going with the rest of the series. So we have a Classic Mark instead. ^_^

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What’s that? Yes everything still hurts:

Bishop: Christmas in Jamaica? Nice.
Tony: Nice? No, mon. After the year I’ve had, a little sun, sand and sipping cold comfort from a coconut is gonna be spectacular.

Just in case you’ve forgotten, Tony’s had a really, really craptastic year and it still dealing with its ramifications. And is now grown-up enough to acknowledge those events and their effects on his entire being. So dude needs to drown his sorrows with some little umbrellas because it never stops.

And we all know who/what is the reason for that. 👀

Originally posted by figureskatinggiraffes

Originally posted by lifebusygivinglemons

especially compared to the previous Christmas which gave us this:


As the newest member of the FAHC, with such obvious unfettered admiration for his peers, its not hard to see Jeremy as a wannabe, a little fish masquerading as a shark, but it would be foolish to dismiss him out of hand.

Jeremy might not be the tallest guy around but he is easily one of the strongest members of the crew, his physique giving Ryan a run for his money and the ease with which he can heft a minigun making even Michael a little jealous. Not that he need be, Jeremy might be having an affair with the gun but he has little to no experience with explosives and watches with fascination whenever Michael is setting them up. Its the same fascination that has him studying the way Geoff conducts business or watching with rapt attention when Gavin manipulates a client. He’s a skilled enough sniper to step in when needed, packing away boundless energy and enthusiasm in favour of attentive calm, but he never turns down any stray tips Ray might offer. More telling still is is his willingness to accompany Ryan on the least tasteful of his jobs without flinching, sliding into sneering menace on demand before bouncing right back to cheerful the moment its all over. Even Jack, who herself flits between jobs as needed often gains an attentive shadow - her latest endeavour to teach him how to fly a chopper meeting mixed results and a substantial amount of property damage, but Jeremy is nothing if not diligent.

Its a common theme, Jeremy jumping at the chance to tag along on various jobs to study his crew. The man is too imbued with casual confidence for it to be insecurity or personal incompetence; simply the honest desire to learn anything and everything they are willing to teach him. Coming from anyone else such detailed, undisguised scrutiny would probably be cause for suspicion, concern, but its hard to be anything but fond of Jeremy. He’s quick, adaptable, and soaks up knowledge and advice like a sponge. He might not be the most obvious threat but its a dangerous thing to underestimate Jeremy; to forget that his almost disturbing level of genuine friendliness coexists with a capacity for brutal ruthlessness and, above all else, the infamous loyalty of the FAHC. 

I understand you’re all furious and sad but please appreciate this remember the twins were mentioned a while ago in a novel spinoff and now to see them pop up in the manga is mind blowing THIS IS CLEARLY FORESHADOWING SOMETHING Gajeel is still alive we don’t need to worry our baby our son that we raised is alive he won’t die that easily he’s a dragon slayer

anonymous asked:

I was a tween a handful of years ago and man did I adore moffat. I looked up to him, idolized him, loved him with every fiber of my being. But I was going through a hard time and needed something to latch onto. I came out of that phase and ended up a furious "please fire moffat or give him writing lessons" person. Then I lost the fury. "Really? He's still going? Come on guys it isn't funny anymore" then I lost every last iota of care. "Moffat? He sure does write for DW. Pass the salt"

This is remarkably similar to me. 

I used to get angry about the sexism and poorly written female characters, but now I expect it, and because I expect it I am often pleasantly surprised when something isn’t offensive, or terrible, or (shock horror) actually makes sense. 

I also look beyond the writing for positives, and I think because of that I have a real appreciation for the actors involved, because Peter Capaldi, and especially Jenna Coleman, are just fantastic and often carry some pretty awful material.

Without Jenna and what she’s given to Clara, I don’t know if I would have been able to keep watching Doctor Who when it was really bad.