jeff oliver

Headcanon No. 22

What Their Bedrooms Look Like

Jeff: Kinda messy. Olive green walls. He has a twin sized bed pressed against the right corner. His bed sheets are a deep blackish grey with a couple of blankets. He has a dresser and chest of drawers to the left bottom corner of his room. A couple of pairs of shoes at the end of his bed. Vans, converse, those types. Under his bed are sketchpads full of sketches of Laughing Jack.

Laughing Jack: Soft grey walls. A queen sized bed placed in the middle of the back wall. There’s a wardrobe of feathered shawls in the right top corner. In the left top corner is a couple of headless and leg-less mannequins with strips of black and white fabric on them. He has a desk towards the left that’s black and white striped. A black leather roller chair is scooted to the side of it with Jeff’s hoodie hanging off the top of it. Jeff refuses to use Jack’s coat hooks.

Eyeless Jack: It. Is. Fucking. Messy. There’s bloodstains everywhere. His bed is covered in blankets. He has fucking cups everywhere. It;s disgusting and Laughing Jack is afraid to walk in there. 

Jane: Her room is so beautiful. The walls are a nice yellow green with a pale pink accent wall. She has a king sized bed with a down comforter on it. On one of her walls is a map of Jeff’s victims. There are red pins for every victim she failed to warn. She feels responsible for being unable to stop him. She has a massive bookshelf FULL of books.

Masky: It’s rather plain. His desk has papers, his video camera, and a stack of books on it. On his window sill is a picture of a few people he wants to remember. His bedroom smells like dirt. Jane likes it. Laughing Jack hates it. He normally falls asleep at his desk. His bed is untouched.

Hoodie: He doesn’t feel safe sleeping in his room so it’s pretty clean. He only uses it for work. He normally finds a place to sleep in the downstairs living room. There’s something about his room at night that makes him feel unsafe.

Toby: He has a nice room all things considered. Under his bed is a shoe box full of animal bones, rocks, and twigs that he thought were nice. On his desk is a book full of pressed flowers. His nightstand has a Himalayan Rock Salt lamp which lights his room rather well. 


I/II Two years ago world-renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz published the latest in her long-time series of Disney-themed celebrity portraits.

- Keira Knightley as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (with Jeff Koons)

- Rachel Weisz as Snow White 

- Beyonce, Oliver Platt, and Lyle Lovett as Alice in Wonderland, the Mad Hatter, and the March Hare

- Olivia Wilde and Alec Baldwin as the Evil Queen and Magic Mirror from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

- Penelope Cruz and Jeff Bridges in Beauty and the Beast

- Queen Latifah as Ursula from The Little Mermaid 

- David Beckham as Prince Philip from Sleeping Beauty 

- Jennifer Hudson as Tiana from The Princess and the Frog

- Mikhail Baryshnikov, Gisele Bundchen, and Tina Fey as Peter Pan, Wendy, and Tinker Bell

- Whoopi Goldberg as the Genie


Tagged by @therewillbesparkles to do lock screen, home screen, latest selfie, and last song I listened to.

Both screens are supergirl, my latest obsession (no matter what the CW is doing to it)
Latest selfie is me right now sitting at dairy queen bored out of my mind.
And the last song I listened to was It’s My Turn (ft. Casey Lee Williams) by Jeff Williams.

Tagging: @rockthatlookslikeafacerock, @oliver-the-clever-kitty, @is-every-url-ever-just-taken, and whoever else wants to do it (ps don’t feel obligated if I tagged you I just needed to tag someone lol XP)

Oliver Queen is was born into wealth and privilege and could never live up to the legacy of his father. Clint was born in rural America, his parents died when he was young and he grew up in foster homes and later in the circus. He is a self-made man, whereas Ollie is always struggling to live up to pre-conceived notions of what he can/should be. He let that define him.
—  Jeff Lemire, on the inherent differences between Green Arrow and Hawkeye