as far as owlturd goes, he’s not particularly creative. the comics are always the same: his self-insert animal crossing-esque character get punched by a muscled man labeled ‘depression,’ ‘anxiety,’ or ‘life.’
i was like “this comic is relatable as a mentally ill person” but realized that they’re all basically the same, so never followed him.
he’s had a couple problematic comics that im aware of including one where a guy says an opinion and an anthromorphic internet basically tells him he’s entitled to his opinion and in the next panel, meant to be years later, the internet pulls a gun on the guy for having a different opinion. im sure there are others but he edits or removes them, as he does with problematic tweets, so it’s hard to find.
i feel like in general though he’s danced around having strong ethical or political opinions for so long but after making a political alignment chart comic someone called him a milquetoast centric fuck and he fucking snapped like??
hes posted a big ass thing about a pure centrist ascending an antifa tower with no free speech allowed where you have to honor preferred pronouns and calls it satire but it’s hard to even read. it’s nonsensical as is all the other content on his blog right now
anyone who argues that Clarke pulling a gun on Bellamy but not being able to shoot is not romantic better damn well not argue that Clarke pulling a knife on Lexa but not being able to slit her throat is
A small photoset to show how mercy/support mains are treated. The voice message was sent after I had to pull out my gun to defend myself from a genji. It said “why don’t you heal instead of pulling out your pistol if you want to play mercy”. Overwatch is lit fam 👌👌👌
dear white people: talks about inherent institutionalised racism, shows actual examples of racism that poc have to live through, shows the dangers and insecurity of living life as a poc, shows colorism in poc
some of y'all: you can’t call ALL white ppl racist tho :///
This scene gets me for a couple of reasons. First, since Rick knew it was a fake gun, that means he was probably insulting Morty so Council Rick wouldn’t know that it was all part of his plan for Morty to pull the gun. Rick had to make it seem like Morty was doing something stupid or his plan wouldn’t work.
But Morty didn’t know that. All he saw was his grandfather, his sister, and another Rick ganging up on him about how much of a moron he is, and it started to overwhelm him. Morty has already had to deal with not being as smart as Rick for multiple episodes: Lawnmower Dog and especiallyClose Rick Counters of the Rick Kind becuase he thought Rick only spent time with him because his “dumb” brain waves camouflaged Rick’s “genius” waves. So his intellect was already a sore spot for him, and this was the final straw when Morty thought he was doing the right thing by standing up to Rick to save Summer but then everyone ridiculed him for not being able to tell that it was only part of Rick’s plan (which no one else was able to do, actually).
So Morty snapped. He snapped just like he snapped during the Purge and he downright murdered Rick. That’s what gets me the most. If that gun was real, Rick would have been dead and Morty would have had to deal with the fact that he killed his own grandfather. So I really hope that this season addresses what Morty did, his anger issues, his sore spot about his intellect, his issues with Rick, and he actually gets help. Because Morty can’t go on like this. And I don’t want to see him snap again.
Sketches from two months ago when I was trying to figure out Coco’s face. Casual older Coco because I can’t not see her letting that fringe piece get appallingly long. Also some crosshares, because hell if I can help myself.
spoilers for 413, bellamy/clarke, 1600 words, gen. AO3!
Even though it’s not really the same as coming down in the first time, Bellamy still has this strange sense of deja vu as he looks at the door. The ship is smaller, he has fewer people with him, he feels both more and less sure of what he’ll find. They tried to hit the only spot of green they could see, but the controls are a mess, so he’s not sure they got to it. The whole fucking ship is a mess, built out of whatever scrap they could salvage. Even with six years to perfect it, the thing is still held together with spit and prayer, according to Raven.
But it got them to the ground. They’re back.
“Just open the fucking door!” says Raven, and Bellamy lets out a long breath and finally hits the release.
He knows what he’s hoping for: clean air, plants, blue sky. And he gets all of those.
He just also gets a girl, maybe ten or eleven, with brown hair in braids, pointing a gun at him. Which is honestly fairly encouraging; someone survived, and they have firearms. So she probably came out of the bunker.
He puts his hands up on reflex.
“Hey, uh–we come in peace,” he tries, and then says it again in Trig, for good measure. He doesn’t recognize her, but that doesn’t mean anything. She could be from another clan; there are plenty of them he doesn’t know. Or–his heart trips on the thought–she could be a nightblood. She could have survived because of that, and if she survived–
The girl pulls her gun back and looks at him critically. “Are you Bellamy Blake?”
He blinks a few times. “Um, yeah. I’m Bellamy Blake.”
She sounds skeptical, which doesn’t make any fucking sense. She’s the one who brought it up. There’s no reason for her not to believe him.
“Yeah, really. Did you come out of the bunker? Is my sister with you? Octavia?”
“You’re Bellamy?” she says, like she didn’t hear him. She’s making a face like something smells odd. “I thought you’d be taller.”
“Taller?” he asks.
Raven pokes her head out. “It’s been five minutes and you’re already being held at gunpoint? You sure have a way with people, Bellamy.”
“Look, we don’t want to hurt you,” he tells the girl. “Just–”
“I know,” she says. “You just want to see Clarke.”