heroes on the move

anonymous asked:

Can we get a list of all the anime you post please thank you

of course! 

  • 5 centimeters per second 
  • boku no hero academia
  • bungou stray dogs
  • dareka no manazashi
  • free!
  • haikyuu!!
  • howl’s moving castle
  • kobayashi-san chi no maid dragon
  • koe no katachi
  • koi to uso
  • kotonoha no niwa
  • kuzu no honkai
  • kyoukai no kanata
  • hoshi o ou kodomo
  • noragami
  • ouran high school host club
  • shigatsu wa kimi no uso
  • spirited away
  • violet evergarden*
  • yuri!!! on ice
  • zankyou no terror

*the anime hasn’t aired yet but i’ve done some CM edits

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He isn’t gonna make the same mistake twice

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Overwatch Offense Heroes!

I finished the first set of weapon infographics! Goodness sakes, this is quite the undertaking. I won’t be including Doomfist until he’s well out of PTR, so I’ll be moving on to defense heroes next! Wahoo!

A little background: Even with my Overwatch obsession and 400+ levels of playtime, there are still some mechanical nuances that I find myself learning! I wanted to put together some visual reference to break down the quirks of each hero’s sidearms. Hopefully this will help some newbies/visual learners/curious gamers out there!

Keep checking back here for updates and fixes as I nitpick and as the Overwatch team re-balances the stats :-) And as always, feel free to shoot me comments, questions, etc! Happy dance!

AH, ALSO! Please don’t re-post without asking me first: these are very likely to change as the game does and I want to avoid as many erroneous, defunct copies of these floating around as possible.

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I’m not looking for somebody
With some superhuman gifts
Some superhero
Some fairytale bliss
Just something I can turn to
Somebody I can kiss

I want something just like this

this time, @evgirunslaad provided the inspiration with “Something just like this” by Chainsmokers and Coldplay
first i imagined the chorus from inko’s pov and god it’s perfect, but then i considered it from toshi’s pov AS WELL and gaaaahh *tears*

3-8/5-17 
orignial post 

more toshinko!

finn is the foil to kylo ren, not rey. finn was taken from his family against his will into the first order and realized on his own that murder was wrong. conversely, kylo willingly went away from his family into the first order and consciously uses murder to gain power. as kylo kills his father, finn becomes a resistance hero. their storylines and development are inversely proportional to each other- when finn moves toward the light, kylo falls further toward darkness.

And finally, in no particular order, the Top Ten Hottest Anime Men:

Howl (Howl’s Moving Castle)

Victor Nikiforov (Yuri on Ice)

Spike Spiegel (Cowboy Bebop)

Sesshomaru (Inuyasha)

Kamina (Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann)

Tamaki Suoh (Ouran High School Host Club)

Haruka Nanase (Free!)

Dio Brando (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure)

Aikuro Mikisugi  (Kill La Kill)

Reinhard von Lohengramm (Legend of the Galactic Heroes)

Aaaand there we go! The mods hope you enjoyed these four lists and offer one last big thank you to everyone who sent in suggestions. Have a good one. :D

Aries: You can’t burn someone, and not expect them to treat you like you are fire. Can’t expect them not to be cautious of poison.
Taurus: Don’t be scared. As big and massive as the future is, all the pain has got to be behind us. You’ve survived enough.
Gemini: Some people are always going to be monsters. You can’t ever make them into heroes.
Cancer: Moving on is the scariest thing you could possibly do. But often times it is the only thing you can do.
Leo: Stop second guessing everything. You cant take the bullet back once you fire. Be sure for once.
Virgo: You made it. I know you don’t feel like celebration right now. But you did it and all of us are so proud.
Libra: The fuck kid? Get it together. Just another day. Get through it.
Scorpio: The venom in your words is only hurting yourself. I wish this road gave you a better fate.
Sagittarius:  Be careful. The road you walk is filled with pot holes and is more dangerous then you could know.
Capricorn:  Quit picking at old wounds. You’ll just make more scars and more harm in the end.
Aquarius:  This town is just filled with ghosts. You don’t need it. Run as far and as fast as you can.
Pisces: You can only grow so much when you’re safe.. You have to take leaps of faith to test yourself.
—  This weeks horoscope
Kirishima was simply amazing in chapter 143

Everyone is either sad or satisfied (or both) with what Kirishima endured in chapter 143, for a reason, but I wanted to add that, just, Kirishima was so brave and strong in that chapter I’m just…! I’m really impressed by his genuine devotion and pure will to protect FatGum. Fat is a pro hero, he’s handling the fight somehow but Kirishima has no means to know that; he’s not in Fat’s head as we are, they don’t communicate, he doesn’t know Fat has a plan and is stocking all those punches to give Rappa a taste of his own medicine. All that he can see is that Fat is in real danger, and even though he’s in pain and terribly scared, even if he’s been broken when he thought he was finally strong, he won’t allow himself to let Fat endure everything and desperately tries to find something he can do even though the situation is unbalanced and he’s clueless as to what to do because he knows he’s not strong enough. But then, he went anyway.

Even Tengai thought he was too scared to move and was helpless, and he was, but then Kirishima stepped up, put himself in first line and protected Fat, holding purely on his will and desperate need to do something to help and protect him. 

I find this panel very powerful: he is unbreakable, he doesn’t crumble and stands right on his feet. He clenched his teeth and faced all those punches, and even went and tried to give a punch back against that terribly powerful villain, almost landing a hit, if not for Tengai’s barrier.

He’s just… Kirishima is just incredibly amazing and brave. He truly was heroic. He wasn’t suddenly not scared or didn’t powered up; he took his fears and doubts, and decided, with so little that he had to present, to face adversity and Go Beyond.

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Todoroki Shouto vs. Hero Killer Stain

d&d disability mechanics

so im disabled, and i have a disabled d&d character. i didnt like not having an in-game mechanic to express my character’s disability in more than words, so i decided to make some and then ended up making others.

a lot of these were made while consulting someone who has the disability or from my own firsthand experience, but some aren’t. if you want to critique some of my choices, message me! i’ll be able to either edit the ruleset or explain my reasoning, and i want it to be the best it can be.

note: a lot of the save DCs are left vague in this so you and your DM can determine how difficult they are to meet.

this is under a cut because it’s really long and so i can update it. if you want to see something added, message me!

(#dungeons and dragons, #long post, #death cw, #limb trauma)

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Batman vs Superman was over two hours of two men bickering over who has the biggest brooding cock-I mean, who has the better method of "saving" people and whether or not it's ok for Batman to beat and brand criminals without regarding the fact that not everyone's as wealthy and privileged as his morally upright ass and for Superman to ignore the fact that not everyone's as indestructible as him, meanwhile Wonder Woman over here...

Ok.

Wonder Woman was vastly superior to bvs for two reasons.

-Wonder Woman is actually a likable lady and an idealistic believable super hero who doesn’t spend her entire moving thinking about how she COULD help people.

She charges in, headfirst, wanting to help people she doesn’t even KNOW because she wants to protect the people who’re dying.

-and Wonder Woman was just so much more subtle and less pretentious about its message.

Seriously.

Let’s talk.

Wonder Woman’s CHARACTER is not that she’s cold and heartless and…well, masculine.

She doesn’t EMULATE men.

She doesn’t need to act like a man to be strong.

She coos at a baby and kisses Chris Pine and doesn’t spend the entire movie ragging on women.

She dresses and acts feminine, and embodies kindness, grace, beauty, everything “feminine.”

And she’s also strong as fucking hell.

That is Wonder Woman.

She’s a good person.

She’s not some cold warrior goddess, an untouchable female shaped ideal.

She’s GENUINELY KIND.

She sees people suffering in the trenches and her first thought it, stop what we’re doing, we gotta help.

Chris pine and all of his men?

They’ve seen all of this.

They’ve hardened themselves to the horrors of war and accepted them as inevitable.

But Diana, new to the cruelty of the human world, is disgusted and she asks what’s wrong with you?

What is wrong with us?

We have accepted casualties. We have accepted pain.

We have excused suffering because we told ourselves long ago that we couldn’t do anything about it.

But Diana?

She does not accept that.

She fights, yes. She’s ferocious and she, unlike Batman, doesn’t have a compulsion against killing.

She was raised by warrior women, I mean come on.

But who does she fight for?

The women and children who did nothing wrong.

The injured, hopeless men fighting a war to end all wars.

The entire movie was lovely because all of Diana’s bewilderment at the way humans live was incredible.

She’s shocked at how dirty London is.

She’s not impressed by sex and she’s not impressed by war.

She thinks sexism is strange.

But she doesn’t like, rag on it, because Diana is literally so above it that she just wryly questions it at times.

Like I don’t care what all the whiny fanboys say.

There’s not an overt feminist message in this movie.

There’s no “men are so weak.”

There’s “men are corruptible” but as we see, Diana sees them as worth saving in the end, if only to fulfill her own ideals…

Which is feminist as fuck, I guess, because Diana doesn’t defend men because it’s her job.

She defends them because it’s her decision. Her morality. Her duty.

But the feminism in the movie comes from the fact that she’s so kind.

She breaks down when realizing that Ares isn’t behind it all, that MEN are the ones who are cruel to one another.

She sees the war and it’s only senseless violence to her.

All of the people she wants to help are the victims, and it’s clear cut, to her, who’s bad and who’s not.

But Chris Pine helps her realize that humans aren’t so clear cut.

And so even though she was disgusted by human actions, she still wanted to help the people in need.

I absolutely adore the scene where she’s charging across a battle field to pave the way to the town.

First off, it was so badass watching her knock aside artillery like it was nothing as the men cowered in the pits.

Second, SHE SAW THAT PEOPLE WERE SUFFERING AND SHE DIDNT CALCULATE.

She didn’t do a Batman, where she looked at the risks vs the benefits vs the needs of the many and the few.

She just charged in and did what she could.

Chris Pine told her she couldn’t do anything except help him with his plan, in order to stop the war and save them indirectly.

But Diana is a true warrior with the heart of a lion, man.

She helped them directly, with no nonsense, no politicizing, no planning, just action.

At the end she says love will save humanity?

That’s the kind of feminism Wonder Woman was embodying.

Wonder Woman wasn’t this lone independent operator who sneers at men who try to involve themselves in her business.

She was helped and supported by men, but it was clear that she was the star, the true hero who brought them and their plans together but also gave them a new hope, a new heart.

They were jaded by helplessness and mortal frustration, forced to fight to stand stills and accept human deaths.

She came and showed them something miraculous and wonderful: her power.

But not used to beat someone’s head in with a fucking sink.

Used to do good.

To fight for her morals, which aren’t corrupted by the human world’s greyness, not yet.

I loved this movie.

I loved this movie so much.

DC finally did good and we can stop pretending suicide squad and Batman vs superman were good.

Wonder Woman is the good DC movie.

Don’t even try to tell me BVS was better than Wonder Woman because if you genuinely believe that, either out of pride and obstinacy from all your bickering with marvel fans or out of delusional worshipping of anything DC, then I think you just like watching people beat people in slow motion and uncomfortably lofty , corporate-cut and stylized plots as interesting as watching a landscape time lapse.

Suicide squad was cut to bits by its editors, BVS suffered from some severe Snyder wanking, and justice league, I don’t know, we’ll see.

But Wonder Woman?

Best DC movie since dark knight.

God bless Patty.

I knew we needed a woman in charge to get the job done.

Now direct all sexist comments and sneering remarks about feminazis destroying your precious super hero genre with their “love” themes to my inbox where they’ll be lovingly deleted.

Dearest Jane Fans –

I want to begin this letter by telling you about the magic of Brett Dier.  He took a character – built from the beginning with secrets and moral lapses – and made him so likable, so funny, so sincere in all the right ways, that most of our writers’ room became #teammichael by the end of the first season.  And I honestly don’t think I’ll ever love a moment on our show as much as I loved Michael’s vows to Jane…  Which is to say, this was a devastating episode for us to write.

It was also a decision made very early on, when I thought about our story as a whole.  And even in season one, I knew it would be a hard thing to actually do, which is why there was a line (which many of you noticed) about how Michael would never stop loving Jane.  And the Narrator confirmed, “For as long as Michael lived, until he drew his very last breath, he never did.”  Honestly, I put that line into the script at the last minute to hold our feet to the fire, to make sure we went through with it.  Because even back then, the writers could all see the magic of Jane and Michael together.  Not to mention Rogelio and Michael!    

The other reason I put that line in the script was to prepare you… a little.  If the writers and actors loved Michael so much, then I knew it would be devastating for the fans.  So then, the only surprise we had left, was when…

And again – that goes back to the magic of Brett Dier.  Originally, I thought Michael would die earlier.  But Brett is such an incredible actor – he gave us such great comedy and drama and first-rate exposition delivery (!), often all in one scene.  And he and Gina… well, there’s that word again – magic.  So, we changed some things in the writers’ room.  Jane and Michael got married.  They had sex. They moved into their first home. And I’m so glad we did that and I’m so glad all those firsts for Jane were with Michael.  But this is a telenovela, as we so frequently remind you.  And we are only at our midpoint.

You’ll recall, back in the pilot, Jane was on a path.  Things were mapped out.  And then she was accidentally artificially inseminated and everything changed.  Well now, everything is changing again.  How does our romance-loving hero move on, how does she get back the light and the hope…?

Well, it’s certainly not quick.  And that’s why we’re now three years later in our story.  We’ll be flashing back to those three years and filling in gaps, but mining emotions realistically is something we work hard on and we knew the immediate pain of that loss would overwhelm our storytelling.  After talking to grief counselors, this felt like the right time to reenter Jane’s journey.  She’ll always feel Michael’s absence (and trust me, we will too), but it opens up our storytelling in new and exciting ways, while allowing for the light and bright Jane world that we love to write.  

Which brings me to something I feel really badly about.  The timing.  I’ve had so many tweets lately about how Jane is a bright spot these days. And I know you just watched a gut punch of an episode.  So, I just wanted to reassure you that Jane’s optimism will rise up.

Thank you guys so much for watching the show, for caring so passionately, and for going on our journey. And thank you so much to Brett. For his talent.  His passion.  His humor on set.  Michael will be missed in Jane’s world, just as Brett is already missed in ours.  

With love,

Jennie Urman