kill their husbands


Since he first appeared in 1984, comic book fans mainly associate venom as a buff male character, primarily because his first and most well-known host was a very muscular human known as Eddie Brock.

Venom may be a male, but in reality, the character was meant to be completely different, as writer David Michelinie initially planned to make the deadly symbiote a female with a very different backstory.

According to Michelinie, the idea was for a pregnant woman to be walking down the street with her husband, and while walking, a taxi hits and kills her husband as a result of the driver being distracted by Spider-Man, who at the time is fighting a villain.

The accident was then supposed to make her go into labor, which causes her to lose the baby right there on the sidewalk, leading her to lose her mind, and gaining an immense hatred for Spider-Man.

This woman was supposed to find the extraterrestrial symbiote and become Venom, but Michelinie was urged by his editor to change the character’s backstory, as he did not believe that a woman could be a true threat to Spider-Man physically.


Of course it was all a joke! Were you in on this? Did Damien put you up to this? Of course he did. Damien, where are you, you rapscallion? Where are you? Celine? Oh, it’s time to come out now!

Local Girl has a Mental Breakdown deciding which Stardew Valley character she will marry. What happens next will shock you.

She makes twelve save files and marries them all.

listen up y’all

if you want a female-led and dominated show with badass women, wayward sisters is what you’re looking for.

yes it IS a spin-off of supernatural, but whether or not you enjoy supernatural, this show is going to be incredible. just look at this lovely ALL GIRL lead cast.

each of these women have come from different backgrounds and walks of life to become a family.

patience (far left) is a psychic who has just discovered her abilities that were passed down from her grandmother and fled from her father who doesn’t want her to accept or use those abilities.

claire (2nd to the left) is a hunter who’s parents are both deceased (her father’s body has been taken over by castiel—an angel)

kaia (purple in the middle) is a dreamwalker who can open doors to other deminsions like how freaking amazing is that

donna (brown coat in the middle) is probably the most “normal” of the bunch, but she’s a cop and a hunter and provides much needed comic relief

jody (2nd to the right) is also a cop whose son died and later returned as a zombie and killed her husband as well and she in-turn became a hunter

and alex (far right) was kidnapped by vampires and turn into a vampire herself—fortunately she was cured so now she’s an ex-vamp

jody (with the help of donna) has taken in all of these girls who needed a home when there was nowhere else for them to go. they have made their own family. the wayward sisters.

now here’s the catch—the pilot for this show is a backdoor pilot in this week’s episode of supernatural, this thursday, january 18th at 8:00pm.

even if you’ve never watched supernatural or have no interest in it, PLEASE watch it just this once. this episode needs to have high ratings in order for wayward sisters to be officially picked up by the network. if you have any interest at all in watching an amazing female-led show, please watch the backdoor pilot! if nothing else, turn on the cw as background noise during that time.

there’s a lot of (ridiculous) negativity being spread about this show within the supernatural fandom. so we need to make as much noise as possible to get this show off the ground and give it the chance it deserves!!


This animal tastes frightened.

I know we could all go  “Hell, yeah! You go girl!”, but it’s actually a rather sad story.

She was only intending to kill the husband. But she messed up pretty bad (traumatized teenage girls tend not to be criminal geniuses) and ending up killing way more people than was ever intended. Horrible situation for all involved. 

The point is: She should not have been put in that situation in the first place.