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Reasons why I love Static

A good hero works well with others

Look at how the other heroes smile at him, they are genuinely happy to meet him. When Superman saves him, he isn’t upset. He’s happy. He asked to be saved and he was

And it’s not the last time either. You see it here

and here

he works well with the justice league members even though his interactions with them are rare and in between.

He’s literally never afraid to ask them for help

I mean, look at that. He made the bat signal, he was outright asking for help as publicly as he ever could.

and in “Fallen hero” when he thought Green Lantern really had become evil…

Just look at his face. He is shocked. He can’t believe one of his heroes would do this, he tried to figure out why, tried to come up with a reason to explain it, so it would make sense.

And the moment Sinestro, disguised as Green Lantern, hurt Gear. He knew it was true, and he’s horrified that the person he looked up to did this and he’s angry, angry that he didn’t see this.

Static knows when to fight

but he also knows when someone just needs a helping hand

and sure, he jokes around

but he also knows how important the work he does is

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and he also knows what happens if he messes up

His family knows what it is he does and they all support him in whatever way they can.

and that’s why I love Static shock. Yes, they touched upon some serious issues

they didn’t dumb it down for the audience, or treat the issues with kiddie gloves, they addressed the issues and those were also the same episodes that they broke the fourth wall. Dyslexia, gun control, gang violence, racism. They didn’t pull their punches on this show.

They showed us a still very much grieving teenager who almost joins a gang in the first episode, who gets powers that he uses to protect other people without a moment of hesitation, not even thinking of getting revenge on his bullies. Even as a superhero, he still volunteers at the community center his dad runs.

Yes, Virgil makes mistakes, he’s still a kid after all, but he’s so genuinely kind and sincere that we can’t help but love him.

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I don’t know if it actually is Static shock appreciation week officially, but it is for me

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and, because I can’t help myself

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paladins in bows! bc thats cute! 

also the draws are available as stickers on redbubble!! 


modern disney aesthetic
↳ aladdin




how old do you have to be before you no longer have the compulsive need to quote spongebob?

also because my brother requested something more traditional:


a friend suggested Lavagirl Mina and well

Dear Evan Hansen Fandom Gothic
  • a new meme emerges. it follows you everywhere. it follows you all. you try in vain to catch up with it, to make timely content, but it’s too late. it’s always too late. the meme is already dead. 
  • people post things from other fandoms in the tag. you stare. “what’s a ‘jeremy heere,’” you whisper to yourself before continuing to scroll.
  • another novel-length fanfic appears. the ship in it isn’t necessarily your favorite, but you give it a try anyway. you stare at the flowing cadence of words and the eloquent language, the beauty of the writing. “hey,” you think to yourself, “i thought i didn’t ship this?” you do now. nothing can be done. the fic was too good, too powerful.
  • the last time someone mentioned disliking the understudies was May 3, 1655. no one’s heard from them since. the offending post is gone. to you, it never existed in the first place.
  • clenching your teeth, you watch as people on instagram repost your memes without giving you credit. they get twice as many likes as you. “good for you” plays in the back of your mind.
  • you look up at night, your hands together in prayer. “please, beyoncé,” you murmur. “please go to see the show. please. it would mean so much to ben.” you wipe a single tear from your eye.

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listen I love this early TFA concept art of young Kylo Ren (then just referred to as the Jedi Killer) 


he is literally dressed like an emo


simon appreciation week • day 6 simon + au

high fantasy au? au where warlock and vampire play d&d?? just plain crack au? we just don’t know

ok just imagine, simon running weekly d&d sessions for the entire gang at magnus’ (bc what these two have is a beautiful friendship in the making??). and after another game night, and one too many sangrias, simon – being ‘extremely persuasive’ – convinces magnus to portal him to an alternate dimension of faraway lands that is infested with mystical beasts & things. it works (r.i.p. portal lore) and now simon is in this high fantasy universe that is not unlike the one he’s been homebrewing for months now. awesome!

..if not for the fact that now simon’s in the universe of actual dungeons… and actual dragons.

anonymous asked:

Hello, your art is so cute! May I request :Re Juuzou and Seidou wearing hoodies drinking hot cocoa (seidou with hot coffee) since Fall is coming? :)

thank you! ^-^ here you go, hope you like them.

if you want to use this drawing or else, give me credits. Thank you \(◕▿◕)/



Cairo’s homosexuality posed one of the biggest obstacles to securing overall approval of the picture. Hammett didn’t mince words in the novel. “This guy is queer,” says Sam Spade’s secretary as she hands him an engraved card bearing his name - Mr Joel Cairo. He speaks in a “high-pitched thin voice,” carries “gaily colored silk handkerchiefs fragrant of chypre,” and walks in “mincing, bobbing steps.” … Hal Wallis realised that American audiences - not to mention the Hays Office - were not ready for a candid look at homosexuality, which traditionally drew laughs and jeers out front. 

After seeing Lorre’s first day’s work, Wallis dashed off a memo to Huston: “Don’t try and get a nancy quality into him, because if you do we will have trouble with the picture.” Huston bent to Breen’s will. In the scene, Effie presents Cairo’s calling card to a bemused Spade, who holds it to his nose.

“Gardenia,” says Effie.

“Quick, darling, in with him,” replies Spade.

The rest Huston left to Lorre’s subtlety and the viewer’s imagination.

The svelte 137-pound Lorre who stepped before the camera seemed younger, fitter, swifter. More was asked of him and he asked more of himself. The role was the best of its kind to come his way in years and Lorre knew it.

“I’d often shoot a scene with Peter and find it quite satisfactory, nothing more,” recalled Huston - 

But then I would see it on the screen in rushes and discover it to be far better than what I had perceived on the set. Some subtlety of expression was seen by the camera and recorded by the microphone that the naked eye and ear did not get. He’d be doing little things that the camera close on him would pick up that standing a few feet away you wouldn’t see. It was underplaying; it was a play that you would see if you were close to him, as a close-up, as a camera is close. Things would flicker there and burn up slightly, like a lamp, and then dim down, and come on again. You’re watching something as if it were in motion.

from The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre -Stephen D Youngkin