prince carol

Hal Jordan is a Goddamn Dork™ headcanons

1. Has made a habit of fabricating green rock candy and leaving it around the Watchtower for Clark to find.

2. Watches Star Trek with Barry, religiously. They once found out that Wally prefers Star Wars and had a 15-minute argument that ended with Hal using the ring to make an actual plasma sword and attempt to chase Wally around the Watchtower.

3. Tries to make “I’m the Doctor” speeches when facing down alien overlords (hey, it worked for Tennant). Always screws up halfway through, which only makes him LESS intimidating.

4. Has cosplayed as Star-Lord, both on purpose and by accident.

5. Abuses the ring’s warp drive to pop up behind Diana, shriek into her ear, and then pop away before she can turn around to punch him.

6. Every planet he goes to, whenever he meets a new species - sentient, insectoid, plant, whatever - the very first thing he says is, “That’s a weird-looking dog.”

7. Has attempted to box with Superman while not wearing the ring. Nobody has ever accused him of making good decisions.

8. Likes to throw yellow things at Batman, then look around innocently. While whistling.

9. Is no longer allowed in the hangars at Oa OR the Watchtower because he’s made a habit of stealing ships and taking them on joyrides. He has also done this from several interstellar empires, to the point where the Khund know him better as a pirate than a Lantern.

10. Learned to speak Chinese in high school to impress a girl, now speaks completely fluently. Nobody knows this but Carol, who occasionally likes it when he dirty talks to her in Mandarin.

If Wonder Woman were a Marvel character:

- She’d be worthy to lift Mjolnir
- She’d be close friend with Captain America, She-Hulk, Angela, and (reluctantly at first) Thor.
- She’d fall in love with Carol Danvers. Sorry, I don’t make the rules.

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“Each of you brings something different to the table. Strength. Speed. Stealth. And many more. But, we’re all equal in at least one way: Each of us is willing to make the sacrifices a hero needs to make.”

And no one is better positioned, emotionally and physically, for the Negan-fueled war than Carol. “Her entire storyline has prepared her for this — she’s ready,” Gimple notes. “The strength and bravery that she shows as a person this season, and the ingenuity that she employs… is very satisfying.” […] “Carol is not going to be surprised about the difficulty and brutality that they’re facing. Ezekiel is a little more new to this. The contrast [between the two] will be pretty stark.”
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Scott Gimple, TVLine.com, 09/07/17

[article find courtesy of @ripleytwd​]

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So I just found this series on amazon called Ice Dragon Tales, which seems to be about two male princes that unknowingly build some sort of romantic relationship. According to the synopses, at one point there’s a letter that can be used as black mail for some sort of murder mystery plot, some weird sibling-of-prince-i-love entanglement, and kidnapping… Not really sure how the title even relates to the series, because there doesn’t seem to be any description of how the prince is a slave in any of the books.

I haven’t read these stories, but they all were published in 2017 and the covers look awfully similar to those of the Captive Prince Trilogy… bold but plain serif font, patterned but simple background… 

It could be a complete coincidence that things are so similar and maybe I’m just being that asshole because, again, I haven’t read the Ice Dragon Tales series but…. doesn’t that seem sort of…fishy?

Has anyone read the series that can tell me more about it or show me how it differs from CP?