anti-trash  asked:

Recently I've been into Rob the zombie idk why but he looks cute in a way?? Anyways do have any hcs for Rob? I love all your hcs btw

i know everyone has their own version of him, but here are a few of what i think of him! 💜

  • he’s quite calm when he’s not hungry, happily and avidly tries his best to communicate, but the second he becomes hungry, he’s terrifying. he’ll gnash his teeth and claw at the nearest thing or person and his eyes probably go pure white.
  • robbie’s closest to marvin and schneeplestein the most. marvin’s magic rose him from the dead, and schneeplestein stitches together robbie’s limbs when they start coming off. 
  • robbie calls marvin “mar”, schneeplestein “sheep”, chase “chess”, jack “juh”, and anti “aaaaaaaa”
  • he wants to be good for his friends/family. he tries his best just to stick with eating animals but sometimes they don’t satisfy him as much.
  • whenever the egos monitor him eating his fill, robbie will attempt at sharing by giving whichever ego is watching him the heart of the animal he was eating. schneeplestein typically accepts it graciously, while chase looks like he’s about to throw up. 
  • when the septiceyes go to sleep, they have to tie robbie up just for their safety that robbie doesn’t become hungry in the middle of the night. it seems that robbie understands this because he always looks like a kicked puppy when they tether him to the nearest pole.
  • he gets violent when he gets frustrated, especially when the egos are trying to work on his speech. he’ll throw the cards and flip the table and yell unintelligibly. it takes about an hour or so to calm him down.
  • robbie is actually very curious when it comes to human interaction. he’ll see couples hold hands or kiss each other. robbie tends to stare at schneeplestein’s hands a lot, since they’re always so calm and still. and one time robbie tried to lean in to kiss marvin, but marv freaked out that robbie was trying to eat him. 
  • he absolutely loves music. put a pair of headphones on him and he can sit there for hours just listening to the same song on repeat.
  • like most zombies, he’s easily distracted by bright and shiny things. anti likes to tease him by reflecting light off his knife for robbie to run after.

robbie’s bashful little smile and the way he looks down when he sees daisy  (◕ᴗ◕)

robbie taking a knee so daisy could quake that dude to pieces  (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

robbie sneaking a glance at daisy when coulson walked in fangirling over them  (ʘ_ʘ)

robbie’s little tilt forward when he said “i’m here now” (♥‿♥)

robbie running around trying get the head claw thingys off yo yo and mack because daisy is too distraught to do anything ヽ(◕⌓◕;)ノ

robbie’s hesitation before leaving and his look back at daisy and the head nods (◕ _ ◕)

robbie reyes (ಥ﹏ಥ)


More Pabbi!Glæpur Au which is what I guess I’m calling it, b/c I have a basic outline down, and I am self-indulging like no tomorrow, and I cannot even begin to regret it.

do not think for a second a baby would slow this boy’s crime

Imagine Sportacus and Robbie going on morning runs

Specifically, Imagine Sportacus piggybacking a still very asleep Robbie during his run, only waking him when they’re at their favorite coffee shop where Robbie always gets a fancy sugary coffee and a pastry and Sportacus gets a protein shake and some fruit, they walk to a nearby park to eat sitting on a bench near a duck pond, they talk, teasing eachother and planning out their day, they’re happy

i read something the other day about how jives is never on the show cause he’s inside sleeping all day. what if jives comes out at night though. what if he runs into robbie? what if they mutually complain about how it’s hard to sleep in the day anymore with sportacus and the kids running around? what if they sit on the bench in the dark and eat junk food together? what if robbie and jives are friends?

So there was something I noticed while watching the Quakerider team up in 4x22

When Barron Von Bland-Villain (Russian dude) goes to face off against Daisy and gets hogged tied and completely annihilated for his troubles, Robbie runs across the room and stands directly in front of Daisy as if he’s protecting her from any last ditch efforts from the Watchdog leader who still has throwing knives in his hands…

I mean from the angle Ghost Rider was at he could have easily yanked the Russian to where he was standing, but he runs over to Daisy instead and shields her while he flips the guy like a pancake through the air…

And then because Robbie’s a gentleman he bends to one knee and ducks his head so that Daisy can take the kill shot, because he knows how much it would infuriate the Russian that he was taken out by an Inhuman and have this knowledge of what Daisy is capable of doing to him and his copies.

Robbie knows that Daisy can take care of herself and that she’s completely badass, and doesn’t need protection but he cares about what happens to her that even though the Ghost Rider is in full effect he still goes out of his way to make sure she’s okay because you can be sure that he has anxiety about the fact that whenever he sees her she has fresh cuts and bruises marring her face :’( 

Or maybe I’m over analysing again, I don’t know :D lol

anonymous asked:

do robbie hc!

Sure my dude!!! (These r more like facts but whatEvEr)

Originally posted by snerck

-Robbie is that shitty person who falls asleep in movie theaters 

-The cheapest piece of clothing Robbie owns is a sweater that was 150$

-His eyes are grey but unfortunately get called blue more often then not. He hates it.

-He refuses to wear any socks that don’t have a funky pattern on them

-He talks about sleeping constantly but in actuality very rarely sleeps until he crashes

-His "protein shake” is a chocolate milkshake, fries, and a hamburger. Blended together. Like with a literal blender until it’s a horrible single mass of heart disease horror

-Robbie has severe anger management issues

-He’s terrified of dogs because when he was little kid his aunt had this terrifying poodle named Madamé Muffin she’d bring on her visits that would snap at his face and chase him all the time. Like even nowadays if he sees a chihuahua he’s will RUN

-Robbie has never had a cavity in his life despite his shitty diet and hygiene and will boast about it for hours on end to anyone who will listen 

-He has very little sense of how big he really is and tends to hit his head on low hanging objects, bump his hips on tables and desks and people, and elbow stuff off counters and etc

-He wears a size 15 shoe

-He has an impressive knowledge of recipes and is actually v good at cooking

-Robbie’s father Geeraard taught him how to sew basic things like hems and buttons and nowadays Robbie can sew like a champ

-Whenever he goes to the gym, he makes a point of bringing along a family size bag of chips and XL fountain drink to chow on while on the treadmill

-He has very little overall body hair except for his forearms, which are p furry

-His favorite kind of cake is ANY CAKE

Hope u enjoyed!!!✌️👍

bloomblitz  asked:

So I don't know much about Ghost Rider, but I'll help you keep up your hype by asking: What makes Ghost Rider so great? Can you convince me to check him out?


I can, and I can convince you NOT to in the same breath.  Here’s the dealio: it’s every bit as edge-tastic you can imagine.  Even when the character was conceived in the late 60s for his 1973 run, his creators were going for what was considered edgy at the time – bikers, stunt biking (aka thrillseekers), Satanic imagery… all of that stuff.  Later incarnations would ditch what would eventually be considered cheesy about the character (the stunt biking aspect, namely) and revamp his image with punk-goth fashion.

It’s worth noting that with each depiction of the Ghost Rider, the character who WAS the Ghost Rider (along with the Spirit of Vengeance that inhabited them to make them into the Rider) also changed.  In the 70s, it was Johnny Blaze and Zarathos.  In the 90s, it was Danny Ketch and Noble Kale.  Right now it’s Robbie Reyes and Eli Morrow.  Each Rider has a completely different personality and motivation.

Johnny Blaze, possessed by Zarathos, is your “classic” Ghost Rider, and is frequently cited in the comics as the most powerful one, potentially due to Zarathos’ origins being very different from other Spirits of Vengeance.  That reason, plus the fact that Zarathos is actually a villain, makes Zarathos into what I believe is the most interesting Spirit of Vengeance in Ghost Rider lore.  Not to mention, Johnny Blaze has personality in spades – a genuinely good guy whose morality is tested over and over because of the situation he’s thrown into.  He’s also very sassy and a bit of a womanizer, so it’s satisfying to see him get slapped around every now and then.  I love the bastard, he’s such a flawed character.

The original story follows Johnny’s attempts to deal with the massive change to his life that becoming the Ghost Rider has caused, alongside what eventually turns into a downwards spiral of depression and self-doubt as the Spirit of Vengeance becomes hungrier and more dangerous.  It’s not exactly a happy series, but it’s a very fun and overly-dramatic ride, even if the ending is HORRENDOUSLY unsatisfying.  (There’s a reason for that, though – the comic was slated to end unexpectedly, and the writers had to hurriedly come up with a conclusion that tied the plot strings together, even if it didn’t do it in a satisfying way.)

I will say, if you’re interested in reading the original 1973 series, be warned that it is VERY much of-its-time.  There are certain racial slurs and stereotypes in the series, mostly of fictional Native American and African tribes, that… should DEFINITELY have been better-researched, let’s say.  That’s putting it lightly.  But if you’re aware of that in advance, it shouldn’t surprise you, and it’s very much worth getting to the GENUINELY GOOD chapters.

I actualy strongly urge you to read the original 1973 run.  If you enjoy that, maybe consider checking out the rest of the series’ sequels and spinoffs.  The 90s run with Danny Ketch has some excellent chapters and some TERRIBLE chapters (excellent towards the beginning and about ¾ of the way through, terrible about halfway and near the end).  The 2001 run was fun and presents an interesting spin on the character of Zarathos, but it introduces quite frankly the lamest villain in GR lore.  The 2005 comic is beautifully drawn but disappointing story-wise.  The 2006-2007 comics are GREAT fun for fans of Johnny, but unfortunately shit all over Danny Ketch’s character and top it off by grinding him into the dirt with a boot heel, so be prepared for that.

After that, I don’t recommend the Alexandra Blaze run (your typical STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER AARRUUGHGHH LOOK AT ME I’M TOUGH), and the Robbie Reyes run is fun, but not really my cup of tea, probably due to the fact that it changes so much about the concept of a Ghost Rider that it’s practically its own thing.

Start with the Nic Cage movie.  It’s actually a really fun film.

Sportacus running towards Robbie and jumping at Robbie trying to jump into his arms, but they end up falling over and Sportacus is worried because he thinks he hurt Robbie. But Robbie just starts laughing and Sportacus starts laughing along. Eventually they’re just giggling messes. Robbie gives Sport a kiss on the cheek and wraps his arms around him.

Sportacus’s Day Off

(based off of a discussion between @rikkihannerbestur @snuffles05 @kitschdemotic and @sportafloppityflip)

  Sportacus had never been this exhausted in his entire life. Usually, he could keep himself going for hours on end due to Sportscandy offerings from the children and his natural high energy, but today was an exception. He found himself trudging through the cobblestone streets, his head lowered and his shoulders slumped; his back was hurting tremendously and he was tired beyond all means.

   He reached the town square where all the children were playing and made his way towards a nearby bench, sitting down and resting his entire body from a long week of work and heroic tasks. The children, noticing that their ever-so-active superhero was sitting still for the first time in his life, came over with confused expressions plastered on their faces. This was NOT the Sportacus they knew.

  “Are you doing alright, Sportacus?” Stephanie was the first to speak, her voice mature, unlike the others who still spoke faster than a racecar and were hard to comprehend.

  “I..I’ve been better..I’ll tell you the truth.” Sportacus took a deep breath and felt his bones crack upon that sudden movement. “I need more sleep..I need to rest.”

   Upon hearing this the children backed away a bit, and Stephanie came back a few moments later with a warm blanket and a pillow. She positioned Sportacus in a sleeping position on the bench and covered him with the necessities before smiling and hugging him. The children all went inside in order to allow Sportacus to sleep, and he was extremely thankful for it.

 He found sleep easy to obtain as he immediately dozed off, unaware that another person was watching him from a nearby bush. Robbie Rotten fist pumped into the air as he noticed the hero doze off, a grimy smile forming on his face. It had never been THIS easy to catch Sportacus, for he was always moving..but this was his chance!

    Of course…he wouldn’t hurt him. wasn’t that cruel. All he really wanted to do was take Sportacus back to his lair and keep him hostage so the children would finally listen to him. Without their precious hero, they would have no choice but to listen to Robbie’s daily rants about laziness and follow his rules.

 Robbie lept from his hiding place with glee, sneaking over to Sportacus and lifting him ever so slightly onto his shoulder as he headed back to his chute, climbing down and putting Sportacus on his orange chair for comfort. A dastardly grin formed on his face as he thought of all the rules he could make in Lazytown..all the fun and games that would be ruined and the quiet, lovely silence that it would bring-

 He suddenly noticed how tired Sportacus looked. His face had much more frown lines than usual, and his eyes suddenly had darker bags that Robbie had never noticed before. There were bruises on his arms from failed flip attempts and the man looked utterly exhausted. He had never seen Sportacus so vulnerable…so

     No. You have to be the villain. You have to keep him hostage…not help him out with the children..that’s..that’s a stupid t..though…t

 Robbie growled as he looked at the extra Sportacus disguise he had stashed in one of his costume tubes, his eyebrows furrowing as he rubbed his chin. The hero HAD saved him once..or tons of times. He was always nice to him..maybe he should be helped out.

 I’m a villain. He reminded himself as he pulled the Sportacus costume onto his tall, skinny frame, sighing in disgust. But, I’m a villain with standards. He helped me countless times..time for me to help him.

  He climbed up the chute and headed towards the group of kids in the middle of town, wincing as he noticed they were playing a game of soccer, and knowing that he would have to join in the fun because now he would be seen as the titular hero. A growl escaped his throat, but he subdued the rest deep in his chest, knowing he was doing this for a reason. Not because he was no no..but because he was a villain..and-

  He didn’t really have any reasoning for this.

 Immediately the kids spotted him, and bright grins spread across their innocent, young faces. Of course, Stephanie recognized Robbie in the stupid rip-off costume, but she kept the secret from the children, enjoying the fact that Robbie was even out of his lair and was nice enough to try to pass off as Sportacus to help the hero out. She stepped out in front of the group of kids and handed the soccer ball to SportaRobbie (HA SEE WHAT I DID THERE-ahem), a sly grin forming on her face.

 “Want to play? We are kinda uneven, so if you join the team we will have enough players to actually play the game.”

  Robbie looked at the soccer ball and was instantly reminisced of his own childhood, in which he was always picked last for every game and usually excluded from his peers’ shenanigans altogether. That was the main reason he was so lazy..he was never given the chance by his peers to show his self-worth.

   They had determined it for him.

Now, he was the one being picked first for the game. He was the one whom they ended their own game to include. It took everything in him NOT to cry in front of these brats, who waited patiently for him to make a decision. He reached towards the ball, placing it into his own two hands, and Stephanie patted him on the back.

  He was surprised on how much fun soccer really was. Moving around and sweating wasn’t really that big of a deal when you were having so much fun and enjoying yourself..and it didn’t even feel like a chore as he had first thought. He found himself scoring more goals than the children and received high fives from everyone every score he made, a bright smile on his face and warmth in his heart. When he finally helped his team, which consisted of Stephanie and Trixie, win the game, everyone was immensely proud of him and treated him like royalty.

 All of the recognition he had craved for years.

  Stephanie soon pulled him aside away from the other kids after his big win, a huge grin on her face and a knowing look in her eyes. “Robbie..this is the first time you’ve done something for others..rather than yourself. And look how much fun it was!”

  Robbie cringed at the fact that his disguise had been found out, but he knew Stephanie was smarter than the rest of the children and the oldest. Pinky was right, however, and that was what stabbed him in the stomach the most. Him? Play games with the children? In the past, he would have knocked that idea away as a funny joke..but sounded like a splendid idea.

  “ was I’ll admit it..” He sighed and looked anywhere but the girl’s eyes, trying to get out of this confrontation.

  “ don’t have to hide in your lair anymore. Come play with us more! Come outside more and enjoy the sun! I..Isn’t it lonely in there?” Stephanie took the man’s hands and looked up at him. “We enjoy your company..your our friend too!”

     At this Robbie found himself tearing up, and he couldn’t take it anymore. He dashed to his lab and opened the chute, sliding down with no restraint and landing on the cold hard floor of his lair, not noticing that Sportacus was standing right above him with a sly grin on his face.

 “Oh what do you want..Sportaloser..just leave me alone, okay?”

Sportacus chuckled and helped the man up, trying to hide the grin from his face but failing.

   “How about we trade places more? It’s making you a touchy feely need that interaction with the children!”

     Robbie growled, angry that Sportacus knew what he had done for him, and he stomped his foot. “Because I am the villain..and I only did that once. What they were saying was a lie..they could never be friends with the villain..all I do is trick and deceive and-”

  Sportacus cut him off swiftly. “You didn’t deceive them, Robbie. You helped me. They needed someone to play with and you took the responsibility. Whether you like it or not, aren’t necessarily the evilest of all villains. You have a soft spot for the children.”

   Robbie grunted and stepped past Sportacus back to the chute at this realization, the costume still on his body and he looked at Sportacus with a menacing look, even though it was totally fake.

   “Mondays and Wednesdays, I get the children, okay? You can do whatever sporty crap you wanna do on the other days. Leave those days free for ME.”

 And with that, Robbie was off outside, running to the children with child-like glee and joining in their game of jump rope.