I think it’s sad how people dislike Honoka because she’s a “bad leader”. Especially when they compare her to Chika. They’re both good leaders with different leadership styles - Honoka is the inspirational leader-type and Chika is the traditional leader-type. Why so much hate for Honoka?
We’ve been given the green light to post our @hqseijouzine pieces and I’m excited to be able to finally show yall what I’ve been working on the past few months!
The first piece I did was honestly one of the most detailed fanarts I’ve ever done and I’m really really glad to be able to participate in this wonderful project and meet so many amazing artist who got online and drew together as well as inspire each other ;w; It was an amazing experience and the end products were all A+++ quality as well!!!! Of course, anyone is interested in getting a copy of the zine I think it will be open for orders again soon so keep a look out!
And once again, thank you everyone for the support!
with love, from anonymous (chapter 1) - written with @westiris
Summary: Isak just wants to get his coffee in peace, Even has a crush, and there’s a secret admirer on the loose. (Huge thank-you to @stardefiant and @koninginnen for reading over this and making my writing coherent!)
At this point, Isak’s pretty sure that his locker has become sentient enough to figure out how to fuck with him at the worst times. All he has the energy for is to grab his Bio textbook in time to catch the tram. He already has plans to veg out in front of his laptop with a bag of sour cream and onion chips, goddammit, he doesn’t care how much Eskild complains about his breath stinking up the whole place. He deserves it after the shitty day he’s had, because there’s no way a test on motion could’ve been that hard. Isak sometimes moves from his bed. He knows how it works.
It’s been very popular to use British actors to play the villains, but for some reason they need an even funnier accent to play the villain which is the Scandinavian one. We’re the villains right now. Why they’re doing it, it’s hard to say, but I’m glad as, if the alternative was not to work in the States, I would do villains forever. I’ve been crazy lucky to be part of some wonderful projects, like the Bond film and Hannibal, where it’s very difficult to call it a one-to-one villain. I’ve been very fortunate.