everyone talking about their modern aus and talking about all these cool ways to translate their characters’ classes and personalities into modern equivalents like ‘knights are x!! villagers are x!! mages are x!!’ meanwhile I’m sitting off in my corner like
you wanna know what the modern equivalent of priests are my guy
If you could write a comic arc for any series, anything goes, what would you make happen?
The avengers and SHIELD finally start giving a shit about mutant lives. They put real effort into protecting them & earning forgiveness. Meanwhile, the X-Men are on vacation. Everyone says sorry to Scott and he makes an animal friend
Sirius is a bottom. Remus is a top.
Sirius tried topping once or twice, in the beginning of the relationship. He thought he was the one with more experience. But Remus had come back from the library one day, tired of studying and looking for some release, and he had pushed Sirius against the wall and done everything the perfect fucking way. Sirius thought he knew where to kiss and how to build up tension when HE was topping, but he was nothing compared to Remus. Remus had had a malicious look in his eye that first time, and Sirius couldn’t help but admit it: he fucking LOVED the anticipation, the sounds that would come out of his mouth, the waiting, the denial of a climax. He loved having a gag in his mouth, being told when to be quiet, when to scream, when to come. He loved being tied up, being forced to wait and watch while Remus slowly removed each item of clothing off of him. He loved being powerless, he loved having a master, he loved being controlled in every possible sexual way.
And Remus loved having control. He just wasn’t the bottom type, and loved torturing Sirius as long as possible, letting him get right to the top of the roller coaster but not letting him fall. It was fun. It was addictive. And God, he was GOOD at at. He loved watching Sirius squirm and beg, and he loved denying Sirius the right to have his release. He loved having Sirius completely at his mercy.
And between the two, everything was safe. Everything was agreed on, and they both respected the other.
And they were both happy with how things were. Really fucking happy.
“Next season we’re not going to have a speedster” as the Big Bad,
executive producer Andrew Kreisberg revealed at a PaleyFest panel for
the show and fellow CW super series Arrow, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow on Saturday. (x)
“With Savitar, we know who he is, and we’ve been planning this for a
while,” said Kreisberg. “The first two seasons were about having fun
with his powers, and this season for Barry [Gustin] is really about the
pitfalls of having powers, and that’s the story we wanted to tell.
That’s why Savitar was the perfect villain for that story.” (x)
Meanwhile, in Episode 19, titled “The Once and Future Flash,” “Barry
decides that the only way he can find out what he needs to know is in
the future,” Kreisberg previewed. (x)
We have Abra Kadabra coming up in an episode, played by David
Dastmalchian. He’s a long time comic book villain of the Flash, and we
finally got him onto the show, and we’re really excited about that,”
Kreisberg said. “There’s a lot of fun stuff coming up, and a lot of
comic book nods, but we tend not to specifically adapt a specific comic
book, or specific comic book storyline.” (x)
“He [Abra Kadabra] knows who Savitar is. It becomes a moral conundrum to Barry and the
team” as to whether to let Abra Kadabra go in order to obtain answers.
The EP added that there’s a “great” Barry/Iris scene that tackles the
question: “Can you be a hero if you do one bad thing for the greater
Flash fans, Grant Gustin feels your frustration with the
Scarlet Speedster. “I agree most of the time as a viewer and a fan with
the backlash that Barry receives,” Gustin admitted, noting that fear has
been dictating the character’s decisions more than ever this season. (x)
Candice Patton would love to put on a leather superhero costume, but at
the same time, “I love that she provides this very human quality to this
very super show,” the Flash actress shared. “I think she’s extraordinarily important to Barry’s superhero narrative.” (x)
About the musical crossover : “It’s like a gimmick episode,” said Kreisberg. “The person who did those episodes the best was Joss Whedon [with Buffy the Vampire Slayer].
You think of ‘Hush’ or 'The Body’ or 'Once More, With Feeling.’ The
best thing about those episodes were that they didn’t stop the ongoing
narrative of the season. Those episodes really spoke to what the
characters were going through.”“We set it up so that, on Supergirl and The Flash,
both Barry and Kara [Melissa Benoist] would be at a romantic
crossroads,” he added. “They’re at the same place, essentially, so they
can go on this journey together to get back the love they think they
lost or not.”(x)