robot six

So I know a lot of people headcanon Rami Malek as Kaz for physical similarities, but I think his portrayal of Elliot Alderson in the tv show Mr. Robot deserves him the position instead. 

Unable to stand touch? 

Leading a group of criminals to pull off the biggest heist of their time? 

Struggling with social relationships and suffering anxiety attacks? 

Haunted by the past? 

(also I highly recommend for everyone to watch Mr. Robot not only for Rami’s outstanding performances, but also for the sheer ingenuity of Sam Esmail [the show’s director], the show’s complex social commentary, and the unique lives of each character shown) 

Big Hero 6 Characters’ Reactions To Being In Love








Aunt Cass:


“I cannot fall in love. I am a robot.”

We never stop fighting

a kaz/inej fanmix (I would come for you. And if I couldn’t walk, I’d crawl to you, and no matter how broken we were, we’d fight our way out together - knives drawn, pistols blazing. Because that’s what we do.) (listen) (download)

i. game of survival - ruelle  | ii. shadow preachers (male pitched)  - zella day | iii. human - aquilo | iv.  sights - london grammar | v. our tired souls  - muhr | vi. demons - jasmine thompson | vii. sweat - ry x | viii. here with me - susie suh x robot koch

  • me: *watched ninjago when there were only two seasons and hasn't since*
  • movie: *comes out*
  • me: maybe I should rewatch it! *does so*
  • me, having rewatched the first five episodes: I wonder if anyone on Tumblr has drawn more realistic interpretations of the characters *goes into the tag*
  • tag: *characters I dont recognize* *weird ship names* *spoilers I dont understand* *references I dont get*
  • me: what the fuck

anonymous asked:

With the whole whistling thing,the fae Constructicons do whistle at a human and lure them into going to a fae party only for their boss faeformer Prowl to come in,see a human,and get angry with Constructicons cause holy slag guys you can't just bring a human here! Prowl ends up getting a thing for the human after speaking to them and then suddenly he's asking them if they want some fruit or some tea so they have to stay there with him forever.

Oh my gosh!  Yes!  I love this idea!  

Poor Prowl spends the entire evening trying to make sure the Constructicons don’t scare off the poor human by being Super Forward and Intense!  Sometime during the party though, the human ends up getting tired and goes back home to bed while the others are too busy arguing over who gets to dance with them next.  The next morning six men, five unusually large and muscular and one nearly inhumanly good looking, all show up at the human’s farm house and ask them for their hand in marriage.

thehouseofthebrave  asked:

So, what do you think about Shiro and the Black Lion?

did you want me to write a 3000 word essay about this? because i did and here it is

You know how Voltron seasons are short? like only 13 episodes? but if you add S1 and S2 together you get one standard season of television, i.e. 26 episodes - so in a way you can think of S1 and S2 as one long season, split in two. then you get an overarching ‘big bad’ for the season (Zarkon) with an overarching antagonistic storyline (Zarkon trying to retrieve the Black Lion/Voltron) that reaches a narrative low-point at the midseason (i.e. the end of S1, when we find out that Zarkon was the original Black Paladin and can still take control of the Black Lion) and builds to a climax towards the end of the season (i.e. the latter half of S2, when Zarkon becomes obsessed with retrieving the Lion, to the point of irrationality) and is then resolved in a dramatic fashion in the season finale (in 2x13, when Zarkon goes Full Extra and battles Voltron in a giant Voltron cosplay mecha suit, and Shiro steals back the black bayard and unlocks Voltron’s flaming sword to defeat Zarkon). And then the big bad of the first season (Zarkon) is left dead/out of commission - but the final scene sets up the big bad for the next season (i.e. Lotor - who, if we follow this structure, will be the main antagonist for S3 and S4).

Well… if you consider S1 and S2 as two halves of one full-length season, what you get is a strong through storyline about Shiro and the Black Lion that revolves around Shiro’s insecurities about his role as Paladin, his growing bond with the Black Lion, and their joint quest to retrieve the black bayard.

The first half of the season (S1) focuses on Shiro’s trauma and PTSD - and then the second half of the story arc (S2) reveals that the Black Lion is also traumatised by her experiences with Zarkon. She was betrayed and used and taken over and controlled - much like Shiro. Only by understanding the Black Lion’s trauma can Shiro understand her; and through this understanding, they are able to help and heal each other.

And when you consider it this way, you get a season that starts with Shiro being told his bayard - his Paladin weapon, and his symbolic and literal link with his Lion - is missing. You get a mid-season reveal that the ‘lost’ bayard is actually still with the original Black Paladin - Zarkon. And then you get the storyline’s climax and resolution, when Shiro unlocks the Black Lion’s wing powers and phases through Zarkon to retrieve the bayard. By the end of the full-length season, the initial problem posed to the characters has been solved: the bayard, once missing, has been retrieved; the Black Lion is back to full capacity, and her Paladin can access her powers and weapons using the bayard. However, and new problem is created: Shiro is missing. That becomes the jumping-off point for the next season’s narrative arc.

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anonymous asked:

FINISH IT OFF. Dutch+Julie!


Okay but dude please imagine how epic their dance would be?!  Lindy Hop+hardcore ballet, my dude, WOW.  I… art can’t do that justice, ahhhh @o@

Let’s see, Julie+Dutch…….well for one thing, they’re a great buddy, and very loyal and a whiz at coming up with ridiculous, meticulous and surprisingly-functional plans.  They have a creative flair for thinking outside the box, but they’re also more cautious and fact-oriented than Texas’s craziness–so their plans are unexpected and kind of ridiculous, but with fall-backs upon back-ups upon fail-safes.


They’re also powerfully nostalgic and passionate about Deluxe in a way no other Burner fusion quite manages.  If Dutch every thought about it, he would probably assume that the powerful feelings of protectiveness and family love their fusion feels toward Deluxe is because of his family–Julie obviously wouldn’t argue, but there’s definitely more to it than that.

Their weapon transforms, the same way Dutch’s omnitool does, and is mostly solid-light projection like Julie’s–and all of their options are roundabout or unconventional.  Julie’s boomerang, Dutch’s bolo, hard-light whips,or plasma bolts that bounce off hard surfaces a few times before exploding.  Unpredictability is the best weapon in their arsenal!

Their hair is also completely natural, no dye involved, to their immense delight when they fused for the first time.  

anonymous asked:

All this in turn made me imagine how Swindle (MTMTE or TFA) or someone like him would make a business of kidnapping humans and selling them as pets/adoptive children to mainly Cybertronians who have grown curious of the whole family thing humans have.

In the case of Swindle, what if he was doing business with some alien race, they see a picture from Earth and notice that they think humans look cute, kind of like their own young. Their own young change appearance/grow up quickly though, so they see humans as “eternally young/children” and ask Swindle if he can get them some, and he wonders if that’s a business that would actually be profitable and work on Cybertron too.

[Swindle’s business cont.] Swindle finds out that yes, there are actually quite a few bots and cons who (just like Swerve) have grown a huge interest for humans, their culture, and the thought of “family”.


Swindle is just like “I don’t get it, but okay, you do you I guess.”  XD  He’s gonna be making some serious bank with guys like Swerve who desperately want someone to care for, or any cons just looking for a pretty little human pet.  (Heck, he probably doubles his profits overnight from Soundwave’s obsessive need to adopt everything in a five mile radius.)

Eventually though, Swindle would probably be curious as to what all the fuss is about and kidnaps a little pet of his own.  He has to admit that humans do make for some particularly soft cuddles.  ;)