I haven’t seen the fandom this happy in so long, and I just wanna thank WIT for all the effort they put into making this season of SnK, as well as promising us the third one next year. They stayed truthful to the manga, even added lovely fillers that I enjoyed to the core, and I just love SnK so fucking much.
first off, jaemin’s health is absolutely the most important thing, and i’m so glad sm isn’t putting him at risk of further injury. but i’m just……my heart is so sad for this poor boy and how he must be feeling. since his injury, he’s missed:
1) the first major awards show of his career
2) the first year-end shows of his career
3) all the v lives/videos from the end of november til now
4) the fan interactions the rest of the group has had (christmas fanboard, new years greetings, etc)
5) HIS GROUP RECEIVING THEIR FIRST AWARD
and now his group is making their first comeback without him…….i can’t even imagine how overwhelmingly disappointing and frustrating and painful this has been for jaemin, watching his group do all these things without him, i am so crushed for my child i just
I just realized something today. You know how we always rant about
the (old, too old) age of the actors playing Harry Potter’s parents in the movies?
Snape, Sirius Black and Remus Lupin were (more or less) 31 years old
when Harry started to attend Hogwarts.
in the movies, they were interpreted by a 55 year old (Alan
Rickman), a 43 year old (Gary Oldman) and a 38 year old (David
Thewlis) respectively. (These are the ages they were when
the first movie was released.)
you know Ben Barnes, who is often fancasted as teenage
Sirius Black? He is 35 years old, only a year younger than Sirius
was when he died. So Ben Barnes is in fact a good fancast for
old Sirius! And Andrew Garfield, who is often fancasted
as teenage Remus? 33. Yep. You get my point here.
Don’t mind me I’m just sitting here getting emotional over Kageyama Tobio.
Have you ever stopped to think about how far he has come? He started as a lonely tyrant. Completely unaware of the fact that he is not the only player on the court. That you have to work together. You have to trust others.
Then Hinata came. He had teammates. He had a partner. He learned to trust for the very first time. He learned to accommodate others. He learned how to build them up. He is stronger, immeasurably more now than he ever was.