Az igazi erőm a gyűlöletben van. A saját magam iránti gyűlöletben. Ez táplál bennem mindent. A mosolyom. AZ őszinte mosolyom. Az öleléseket. A kedves szavakat. Azt amit a világról gondolok és ahogyan látom azt. De ez a gyűlölet öl meg engem minden egyes nap. Ez maga a pokol.
Alan Rickman and Suzanne Bertish rehearsing for “Tango at the End of Winter”/ Alan Rickman as Franz Anton Mesmer in “Mesmer”, Geraldine Somerville, Adrian Rawlins, Daniel Radcliffe & Alan Rickman in “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”/ Alan Rickman as Alex Hughes in “Snow Cake”, Kate Winslet and Alan Rickman in “Sense and Sensibility”/ in “A little Chaos”, AlanRickman as
The Revd Obadiah Slope in
“The Barchester Chronicles”/ Alan RickmanTIFF Movie Premiere Arrival “A little Chaos”, Alan Rickman as Metatron in “Dogma”/ as Leonard in “Seminar”
thank you so much @sim-bubble, you’re the best
❤️ I loved her, she’s so beautiful, and the only reason I changed her hair and skin was to fit my game’s aesthetic better, but I’m also completely in love with her mm version
Of the five heroes on this list, the one who came the closest to being a member of the Justice League was Batwoman, who seemed set to join the offshoot Justice League created by Green Lantern and Green Arrow (who wanted justice so badly that they kept screaming, “Justice!) in the miniseries Justice League: Cry for Justice.
However, she never actually joined the team and hasn’t joined a Justice League since, despite her being basically Batman, and Batman has been on roughly a dozen different Justice League teams in the years since Cry for Justice. In fact, while she has many of the same skills as Batman, Batwoman’s unique abilities are actually particularly distinct with the Justice League, as she is well-trained in military combat form her time in the United States Marines.