nick francis

  • What she says: “Yeah, I’m fine.”
  • What she means: “Okay listen, the show Freaks and Geeks was really great, it was funny and well cast and it let you really get to know and love the characters as though they’re your friends too and not just part of some tv series, the show really had some depth to it and the characters went through stuff we can all relate to, it wasn’t just some cliché high school show either, there were cheesy moments but that happens in real life too, the show was way ahead of its time and I can’t believe there’s only 18 episodes, how can you cancel such a great show after only one season?”

FRINGE SEPTEMBER ~ 30 Fringe episodes according to you
⚘ 9-10. Over There (Part 1) (2x22) [WEAPON]

“What I did was inexcusable. Barbaric. The collateral damage has been extensive. But know that we had noble goals. We believed that our world needed guardians. Protectors. And that you children would be those protectors. Fostered your talents because we foresaw that the day would come when both universes would be in jeopardy. So, horrible as it is to say, today is the day for which you were created.”


Strange: Chthon. Again. Unreal. Wanda – if you’re in there –

Chthon: She is gone. There is no one to help you.

Secret Empire #9 by Nick Spencer, Leinil Yu, Joe Bennett, & Rod Reis

You ever notice how every Wanda Has No Agency story becomes an excuse for a white woman to make some stupid joke at her expense or hit her on the head in a hilarious moment because the white male writers are vaguely aware that having a man do it would not be the best idea and there’s no subtext whatsoever if it’s a white woman, right? Did you catch how writers think Wanda’s suffering is an appropriate time to make white women look good? Hey, look, it’s Jane Foster.

Not that I think character shouldn’t be allowed to punch in cape comics, but if something happens over and over and over, you start to wonder. It’s been many years of this. I’m wondering a lot.

What was the point of Wanda being possessed? Chthon contributed nothing to the plot. This subplot taught us nothing, except that Wanda should never talk to Thor again.

Anyway, she got an exorcism.