ms. wonder

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I’m not… I am not with you! You would knowingly sacrifice all those lives, as if they mean less than yours? As if they mean nothing? Where I come from, generals don’t hide in their offices like cowards. They fight alongside their soldiers. They die with them on the battlefield! You should be ashamed. You should be ashamed. All of you should be ashamed!

snoke: ok general I just need you to get along with your new co-commander 

hux:

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★  favourite characters: poornima “nim” chaudhary, wonder woman: warbringer by leigh bardugo

“it’s the people who never learn the word impossible who make history, because they’re the ones who keep trying.”

bubble, bubble. make some trouble.

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Top 10 Paper Cutouts of 2017

Here’s what I believe were my ten best paper cutouts of last year. You can find these cutouts and more by following my account.

Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan) - I’d been waiting for the right moment to get my son into Ms. Marvel. Given that she might currently be his favourite superhero, I think I chose my moment right.

Artemis and Kid Flash - I started the year re-making the Young Justice paper cutouts I had done years ago after we spend the Christmas break rewatching the series. His newfound appreciation for the series was short-lived, however, as the project stalled out when he switched gears to more X-Men and Marvel Now characters.

Beast - Last year featured a lot of my X-Men creations in the top ten. This year, Beast is the sole representative, but there were other solid contenders in Havok, Kitty Pryde, and Professor X.

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur - This one took a lot of time and a lot of effort. It’s about 1.5 feet tall and might be my best work to date.

Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot version) - Made this one as a gift to my wife. I think the likeness is pretty solid.

Thor Frog - When you have the chance to make Walter Simonson’s classic rendition of Thor being turned into a frog out of paper, you have to do it.

Spider-Gwen - This is my second crack at the character, this time for my younger son’s wall. Hard to say if it makes the list due to my work or for how appealing the character design itself is.

Armored Spider-Man - It was very important to my four-year-old that I recreated that one time Spider-Man had a silver and black armored costume.

MCU Spider-Man (Civil War) - With Wonder Woman and Spidey, that was two movie recreations I made out of paper. It’s possible that this will be a recurring thing in the future.