more pictures to follow

This is Scooby-Doo in a nutshell right here, folks.

So, these three are investigating an abandoned sawmill, because of course they are.

Shaggy stands in his designated Totally Unsuspicious Floor Square that’s utterly indistinguishable from the rest of the floor.

Trust me. It just is.

They talk for a bit… Scooby makes this face…

…and Velma is inevitably grabbed by a ghost yeti.

…additionally, I should note that being grabbed by a ghost yeti makes her hat change colors.

Next, Shaggy falls through the floor, because OMIGOSH IT WAS ACTUALLY A TRAPDOOR CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?!?

…though, to be fair, I guess anything is possible in Scooby-Doo…

 …after all, an entire new wall snuck up behind them between shots.

I freakin’ love this show.

The gang’s chilling at the malt shop, as per usual. The Mystery Machine sits out front, minding its own business.

Oh noes, the bad guy appears!

He stretches out his spectacularly-long arms.

Ha, joke’s on you, bad guy! Freddy keeps the Mystery Machine locked, like any wise owner of a–


I, uh….

Well, then.

…the real villain of this episode isn’t Mr. Hyde after all.

It’s unsafe van security practices.


dan “tragic emo phase” howell

I need more multifandom/aesthetic/random blogs to follow

Sooo I made a new account and I need new/more blogs to follow.
Reblog/like if you post about (if you’re multifandom that’s a bonus):

- A Series of Unfortunate Events
Black Mirror
Black Sails
- Breaking Bad
- Daredevil
Doctor Who
- Game Of Thrones
In The Flesh
- Jessica Jones
- Mr Robot
Orphan Black
- Queer As Folk USA
- RuPaul’s Drag Dace
- Sense8
- Sherlock BBC
- Skam


- A Very Potter Musical(s)
- Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe
- Fight Club
- Harry Potter
- Les Misérables 
- Rocky Horror Picture Show
- Struck By Lightning
- classic books

- Lady Gaga
- One Direction (ot4/ot5)
- Twenty One Pilots
- Hayley Kiyoko
- The 1975
- Pewdiepie
- Harry Styles
- Louis Tomlinson

Man, I can’t *wait* for the reveal of how the bad guy made himself fly!

This is one of the show’s most-impressive feats, period. How does he do it?

In costume, he hovers a full foot off the ground, bobbing up and down as if he were genuinely levitating.

From a standing position, he can take off and quickly gain (and maintain) momentum.

He can fly steadily for hundreds of yards, not losing a single inch of height.


Getting a good look at his costume, there’s little to be seen. Nothing on his feet, and no indication of wires… though to be fair, he would have nothing to hang from, using said wires outside.

Here, he passes over the sled by mere inches, further discounting any sort of extra objects attached to his feet.

Oh! Oh! They caught him! Here we go!

Lemme try to guess… well, in order for him to:

  1. Hover, standing, a foot above the ground 
  2. Initiate horizontal flight instantly
  3. Fly for several hundred yards or more 
  4. Maintain height indefinitely without descending 

It would have to be… some form of zero-gravity invention, with hyper-precise movement, controlled by telepathy since he doesn’t move externally?

Maybe an invisible, silent, undetectable helicopter flown by an accomplice, suspending him via wires that are also somehow invisible? What is it?!

Velma: “It was simple! Transparent plastic skis!”



This is not ok.






Sabriel - Gladiator AU

The lovely @dreamdreaded requested this for my 600 followers celebration.

Sam was born in Winchester in the roman province Britannia, but when he was still quite young, he was captured and made a Gladiator in Rome. Since then he’s made a name for himself in the arena and has quite a few fans among the roman nobility. One of them is the good-for-nothing son of a senator Gabriel. He offers to buy Sam’s freedom for him, but Sam is too proud to accept at first. He’d rather die in the arena then be in Gabriel’s debt like that.

Gabriel is not deterred easily, though. He sets out to prove to Sam that he actually cares for him and does not just want to buy Sam from the arena because he is bored and wants a new plaything. He finally convinces Sam, when Sam loses a fight. When a Gladiator loses, the audience decides, if he gets killed or not. Part of the audience is set on seeing Sam dead, but Gabriel jumps from his seat and yells at the top of his lungs: “You cannot kill this man! You know why? Because I love him!”

That sways the audience, who appreciates the drama, and Sam gets spared with only minor injuries. Gabriel sees to it that he gets the best medical care available, and then Sam finally allows him to buy his freedom.

I need more blogs to follow!

Since my dashboard is pretty boring, I want to follow more blogs to spice it up!
So like this post of you post about:

  • Game of Thrones
  • Sansa x Theon
  • Arya x Gendry 
  • Jamie x Brienne
  • Harry Potter saga
  • Ginny Weasley
  • Slythern House
  • Percy Jackson saga
  • Nico Di Angelo x Will Solace
  • 80s movies, music and fashion
  • infj personality
  • DC Comics
  • Harley Quinn x Deadshot
  • Marvel Comics
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  • Aesthetics and Moodboards
  • Astrology and zodiac signs

I’ll follow you with my main blog: @coshtax

Throwback to Halloween when I was Austin McKenzie as Melchior

*early in the episode*

*Scooby dashes inside to escape the monster*

*moment of silence*

*Scooby exits again, without a word*

*takes time to wipe his paws off on the mat*

Me: “Whoa! That’s, like… an actual joke, which never happens in the show! That’s worth 1/3rd of a point, A Pup Named Scooby-Doo.”

*much later*

*the whole gang is freaked out by the aforementioned monster*

*they all frantically run inside*

*moment of silence*

*they exit again, and – simultaneously – all wipe their feet off*

Me: “Ok, that’s cheesy and wonderful. 2/3rds of a point.”

*monster immediately scrambles inside after them*

*moment of silence*

Me: “…pleasepleasepleasepleaseplease–”



this made me so dang happy you don’t even know