never will over this scene

10 characters tag

rules: tell me your favourite character from 10 fictional works (shows, movies, novels, etc.) & tag people!

Tagged by @severeminx , here we go:

  1. Yuri Plisetsky - Yuri!!! On Ice (Sticking with my angry cat boy since episode one but it’s a tough decision. Closely followed by Otabek Altin & Katsuki Yuuri)
  2. William Parry - His Dark Materials
  3. Draco Malfoy - Harry Potter (grumpy blondes are my character aesthetic)
  4. Silas - The Graveyard Book
  5. Rin Matsuoka - Free! (this is hard on my nerves because Haru and Makoto are my precious boys)
  6. Vanessa Ives - Penny Dreadful (I will never forgive this show for ending the series with such a shit episode but PD was a blessing. I’ll never get over the scene of “I am”.)
  7. The bear that’s looking for his hat - I Want My Hat Back
  8. Usagi Tsukino - Sailor Moon
  9. Jake Peralta - Brooklyn 99
  10. Clyde - Elementary

Tagging: @book-of-flights @seeyounextlevel @kawaiilo-ren @llyn-on-ice @kanuvina @katerspie 

+ anyone who feels like doing it.

I can’t get over the fact that after Saitama hits Genos’ head the light circuits on his body glow brighter slowly in the direction of his core as if he’s blushing in a weird cyborg way?? and just generally the overall cuteness of his dazed reaction is so fucking pure, I’ll never get over this scene smh its always been my favorite genos and saitama moment.

8

One year anniversary of FitzSimmons becoming canon (April 19th, 2016) → It’s been 10 years, we can’t waste anymore time // Who needs space? ‘Cause I’ve got something magnificent right here. 

4

It’s like she’s some sort of clock that’s finally struck its chime and woken me from this dream we’ve been living, reminded me how many years separate me from a world I still think of as home. How unrecognizable the woman I am now would be to the woman I was then.

10

The same piece of music - “Harnessing Anger” - is used in both of these scenes. In the first, the scene is intercut with flashbacks of Kara losing her family/world. It is the anger of remembering that loss that enables her to defeat Red Tornado. In the second scene, no flashbacks are necessary. The stakes are clear: If Kara fails, she will never see Alex again. Here, it is the anger at the thought of losing Alex (again, her family/world), of not being able to save her sister, that gives Kara the sheer physical strength to stop the spaceship.