readers of color


Dress Up (Joker x Reader)

Requested by Anon: “Could you do a joker imagine were the reader wears like all pastel colors and flower crowns and is like super shy and innocent and joker kidnaps her cos like her dads a mob boss. Smut please.”

A/n: Sorry that I didn’t deliver on the smut, I just really couldn’t make it work. ;-;

Warnings: Mature themes.

Music softly carried through the space of your room. You were seated at your vanity, expertly applying a soft toned lipstick to your lips. You leaned forward to inspect your makeup job, your lips parted as you smiled widely at your reflection. Your music picked up as you stood from the vanity. Your eyes scanned the room until you found the item you’d been looking for, the missing accessory to complete your look.

“Perfect…” you sighed happily, placing the colored flower crown on top of your head, adjusting the accessory until you were satisfied.

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Debuting at TCAF 2017 - The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen by Hope Nicholson

Publisher: Quirk Books
ISBN: 978-1- 59474-948- 3
Price: $26.95; hardcover

Think strong female protagonists are a modern invention? Think again! Women have been a staple of comics since the creation of the medium. Prepare for a deep dive into pop culture and the fantastic female characters who shaped the world of superheroes with The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen: Awesome Female Characters from Comic Book History (May 2, 2017; Quirk Books)!

Author Hope Nicholson, owner and founder of Bedside Press, is one of the fastest rising stars of the comic book industry. From publishing all-star anthologies like the Secret Loves of Geek Girls and editing Margaret Atwood’s Angel Catbird to organizing discussions and writing articles on the topic of women in fandom, Nicholson is the perfect knowledgeable guide to lead readers through this colorful love letter to the super-ladies of panels and strips.

In The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen, Nicholson plumbs each decade of comics’ rich history, from the 1930s to today, exploring not only prominent women (both fictional and real) but also key trends. Readers will time-travel through the birth of the industry in the 1930s, the wartime comics of the 1940s, the Golden Age of superheroes in the 1950s, the popularity of romance comics in the 1960s, the indie comics boom of the 1970s, and the creation of the modern comic book trade from the 1980s to today.

Immersive chapters highlight a diverse slate of iconic and forgotten characters, with each heroine receiving her own write-up, paired with vintage art and essential reading suggestions. Each chapter ends with an “Hero of the Decade” feature packed with facts and thoughtful critique about some of the most important female protagonists of all time, including Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Watchmen’s Silk Spectre, Ms. Marvel, and more. These heroines are celebrated for their lasting pop-cultural impact and the important role they played in redefining the way people interacted with women in comics. The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen introduces long-lost characters while allowing readers to see their favorites in a whole new light.

We also learn that the superwomen of the comic book industry weren’t merely confined to the page. Throughout The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen, Nicholson reveals fascinating anecdotes about women who worked in the medium, from the all-female creative team at publisher Fiction House during World War II to the surge of female creators during the independent comics boom of the 1970s. Learn about the comic book professionals who paved the way for greater diversity in the industry!

Longtime and recent fans alike will love this comprehensive look at the female characters who have defined comics since the very start. From the halls of comic cons to the halls of academia, The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen will become your go-to reference for history’s greatest heroines.

Um, like, NOTHING in this world is taken more seriously than my Hogwarts house. NOTHING.👏🙅👏

Merry Little Christmas

Word Count: 1231

Pairing: Jensen x Reader

Warnings: None. Just fluff. 

A/N: Written for @supernatural-jackles Colors of Fall Challenge. My prompt was First Snowfall. Also written for @winchester-writes SPN Christmas Song Challenge. My song was Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and my object was Snowflake. Also written for Kari’s quickie challenge which I forgot to tag or even mention cuz I’m the worst.

This can be read as a sequel to Trust but you can probably also read it on its own. It’s set in the same universe though. 

Thanks to @sis-tafics for the aesthetic that just coincidentally happened to match up with this. I love love love love it! 

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A Charles Xavier Soulmate AU

Pairing: Charles Xavier x reader

Summary: Everyone has a soulmate, and there is one color that they can’t see until they meet their soulmate, and that is the color of their soulmate’s eyes. For Charles Xavier, this is difficult, because his powers have filled in the blanks, and he can see all colors. He assumes that he’ll just know when he finds his soulmate. Should be easy for a telepath, right?

Warnings: Angst maybe? 

A/N: Let me know what you think and if I should continue this! Not so sure if I will or not. Definitely have some plans, so let me know if you’d like to see more!


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Chemistry Like Apple and Cinnamon

Summary: Y/N lives with boys at the bunker, and it always smells like cinnamon near her room. Dean soon discovers the heart warming reason why and also discovers the chemistry between both him and Y/N that is undeniably perfect much like apples and cinnamon. 

Characters: Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester, Castiel, Reader

Pairing: Dean Winchester x Reader

Warnings: NSFW, smut, fluff, major character death, blood, angst

Word Count: 6,478

Prompt: Cinnamon Candles

A/N: This was my entry for @supernatural-jackles Colors of Fall writing challenge. This is told through both Dean and the Reader’s POV I caption who it is! I hope you all enjoy it, I worked really hard on this and put a lot of thought, blood, sweat, and tears into it!

Originally posted by sincerelysaraahh

Originally posted by inferrance

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Happy Halloween to Me

Summary:  Dean meets “Daphne” at a bar on Halloween.

Author:  Dean’s Dirty Little Secrets Blog

Characters:  Dean Winchester x female character (purposely kept vague except for hair color)

Word Count:  1142

Warnings:  nsfw, explicit language, explicit sexual content, car sex

Author’s Notes:  Written for @supernatural-jackles Colors of Fall Challenge. My prompt was Halloween. Dean’s POV, set pre-show.

(gif courtesy of demondetoxmanual)

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Stuart Twombly - The Internship
→ “Where do you think it’s coming from, you big tree.”

Pumpkin Pie

Charters -  Dean x Reader

Summary - You make Dean a pie.

Word Count - 914

Warnings - fluff

A/N - written for @supernatural-jackles  Colors of Fall Writing Challenge. Thanks to my beta @lucibae-is-dancing-in-hell 


Originally posted by tributeofasgard

You were in the kitchen making your great-grandmother’s pumpkin chiffon pie. Led Zeppelin was playing softly in the background as you hummed and bopped around to the sounds of Stairway to Heaven.  You didn’t even notice that you weren’t alone until you felt strong arms wrap around you and soft lips kiss your temple.

“Whatcha doin’?” a deep gravelly voice said softly in your ear.

You lean back into him and absorb his warmth. “Well now that it’s pumpkin season, I needed to make some pumpkin chiffon pie.”

You can almost hear his brows crinkle. “What the hell is a chiffon?”

“Well, chiffon is a very soft, sheer silk fabric.” You explain.

He squeezes you tighter, “You’re putting fabric in my pie?!”

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