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HEY REMEMBER HOW I POINTED OUT EARLIER THAT WE HAD TECHNICALLY MET ALL THE CHARACTER RELATED REQUIREMENTS AND CLAMP DIDN’T NEED TO ADD ANYTHING FURTHER?

AND THEN THEY DID ANYWAY?

AND NOW THEY’RE DOING IT AGAIN. 

WITH SAKURA AND TOMOYO CLUTCHING THEIR HANDS TOGETHER AND STARING INTO EACH OTHER’S EYES WHILE PROMISING TO SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN. 

AND TOMOYO STRAIGHT UP SAYING THAT SHE WILL INVENT CROSS-DIMENSIONAL TRAVEL TO MAKE IT HAPPEN. 

GUYS. 

G U Y S. 

WE HAVE REACHED M A X I M U M G A Y. 

The Chronological Superman 1961:

Hercules returns to harass Superman once more, this time bringing his good pal Samson along to snipe the Man of Steel’s lady friends (Action Comics vol.1 No.279). This is the likely prelude – in theme, if not precisely using the same characters – to Grant Morrison and Frank Quietly’s Atlas & Samson in All-Star Superman…

Ladies of Literature, Vol. 2 was met with an overwhelming success! Thank you to everyone who backed the project!! I’m so excited to see the finished product. It’s gonna look sooooo beautiful, especially with all the wonderful art inside of it. I’m very happy and proud to be a part of a great project like this one :’)

After a huge move, I now have the chance (and the internet) to upload my full piece. Here’s Piper McLean in all her glory. 

Make sure to check out the ladies of lit tumblr for more cool things.

  • what she says: I'm fine
  • what she means: Ryan Ross told Brendon Urie the meaning behind Jackie, Me, and This Lady in THROAM VOL. 1, this lady being Mrs. Roscoe. Brendon Boyd Urie lived in the Castro district of San Francisco, and in THROAM VOL. 2, Ryan said that his name was BOYD CASTRO. This is not the only occurrence of significant false-namery in THROAM. In THROAM VOL. 3, when Brendon has to create a stage name for himself, he picks Brendon ROSCOE. Roscoe as in Mrs. Roscoe. As in, RYAN'S Mrs. Roscoe.
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Now that I’m a woman, everything has changed.

My heart-felt contribution for Ladies of Literature Vol. 2, organized by jovaline  and janetsungart. Be sure to check ladiesofliterature​ for all the lovely submissions!

Also, I’m giving away 10 signed copies of this print on my tumblr and instagram, because spring is here! *O* If you’re a follower whose username appears in the notes then you’re entered in the giveaway - winners will be randomly selected on May 1st!

Arha looked down at her with a dark steady gaze. She did not understand. She felt that she had never seen Penthe before, never looked at her and seen her, round and full of life and juice as one of her golden apples, beautiful to see.

- Ursula K. LeGuin, The Tombs of Atuan

My contribution to Ladies of Literature Vol. 2. Totally forgot that I’d never posted it here in full!  One of my very favorite scenes, from early on in the book.