“Hold on, you’re telling me John is a green martian?” Maggie
said, pulling Alex to a stop beside her. They were walking to the bar where
Alex was about to introduce Maggie formally to her friends. On the way there,
Alex had been telling Maggie a few details about the people she was about to
meet. It was meant to ease Maggie’s nerves, but now she felt even more anxiety.
Her girlfriend’s boss was a mind reading shapeshifter.
“Well, it’s not John like English. It’s J’onn. Like Martian
I suppose.” Alex added, and chuckled at her own joke.
“So he can really read minds? And change shape?” Maggie
asked. She was trying to play it off as more of a casual interest, than a fear
he had been picking through her brain.
“Yep.” Alex said, with a bright smile and obvious admiration
for the man.
Maggie gulped, and then in a low voice she asked, “So, like,
he could have read my mind?”
Alex shrugged and replied, “I mean he might have. But I
doubt it. I don’t think he really likes to invade people’s privacy like that.”
Maggie nodded, and Alex tugged them forward to resume walking to the bar. She
was quiet for a moment, but then something occurred to her, and with two parts
suspicion and one part amusement she said, “Why? What would he have found in
Maggie’s mind turned instantly to the less than pure
thoughts she had had of Alex in these most recent weeks, and her cheeks began
to burn. “Nothing.” She squeaked out.
Alex began to laugh, and she said as she wrapped her arm
around Maggie’s shoulders, “I wouldn’t worry about it. He wouldn’t poke around
in your head like that.” She snickered even more as she added, “He’s not like running around taking the shape of a lamp and psychically eavesdropping.”
Maggie bit her lip and nodded again. They arrived at the
bar, and Alex introduced her to everyone. It seemed to be going well, but then
the man named Winn turned to J’onn, and asked, “Did you know?”
To which J’onn responded, “I’m psychic, of course I knew.”
He then focused on Maggie and gave her a pointed look. Alex’s
eyes opened wide, and Maggie felt her whole face flush with mortification. If
she had been drinking anything, she would have choked on it.
“Right.” Maggie said awkwardly, clapping her hands in front
of her once, and needing an escape route she looked at Winn and said, “Do you
So my friend (who is not in the fandom btw) came up with this theory about the khyber crystals. Since each color stands for a personality trait(green is wisdom) does that mean that it's complementary color has the opposite trait? I literally screeched because that were true then it would explain why Ahsoka was fated to leave the order in the first place(she had a yellow saber along her green one)!
Though I love the idea of there being a deeper meaning with a user’s personality and their kyber crystal, but I think it’s been established in canon that isn’t the case. The saber color seems to stem from the user’s alignment with the force. You can even change crystal that had be giving off a red color to white, as Ahsoka did (read the novel called Ahsoka sorry if this is a spoiler). I think the location in where the crystal originated factors in too… maybe, prob not though.
Ezra’s change in saber (and I’m assuming a new crystal too) may be becuase he’s slightly more attuned with a side of the force that is focused on the need to “protect”. His blue may have been his past self needing to “defend”…. I don’t know. It’s all very mysterious.
I know I’m not saying anything original but have the Arrow writers actually read Green Arrow comic book? From Green Arrow/Green Lantern to the Mike Grell run, in not one Green Arrow story is Oliver portrayed as a serial liar, a psychopath or as an angry monster. Like Green Arrow is such a likeable guy & a social justice warrior, not some brooding Batman with a bow & arrow.
Do you ever have those songs that you’ve listened to so many times that all they become are songs. But one day, out of no where, all the emotions you felt the first time you heard them overwhelm you. And sometimes you struggle to identify what emotion it actually is