You Touch Me and I Burn - Chapter Twenty Four [Archive of Our Own]
Symmetra never expected to have an explosives obsessed lunatic plunge her life into disorder, but he's here and he has and strangely... she almost doesn't mind.
By Organization for Transformative Works

Chapter twenty four is here! 

In this one, Satya seeks out Junkrat to thank him for saving her life.

There was no other way around it. Satya would be dead if he hadn’t carried her out of that building, and she couldn’t work out why he’d done it. There was one thing Satya did know, however, and that was… that she felt guilty. She’d written him off like an immoral lunatic, when he’d just proven himself to be more trustworthy than some of her Vishkar colleagues. She couldn’t really name any of her fellow architechs who would risk life or limb for her – not even Sanjay, whereas she was quite sure that any of the Overwatch members would. What that said about Vishkar, she wasn’t sure, but there was something she was sure of – she needed to apologise to Junkrat. Apologise, and thank him for saving her life.


Pixar‘s  Sanjay’s Super Team 

“For the first time, Pixar has two original films that will be released this year. The Good Dinosaur will follow Inside Out in November, and with it, a brand new short.

‘Sanjay’s Super Team’ will be the first Pixar film starring a character of color. Director Sanjay Patel drew on his childhood experiences to create the 7 minute short, which chronicles a Hindu prayer ritual with his father.

It’s also the first time religion is the subject in a Pixar film. The short concerns Sanjay daydreaming about the Hindu gods as ancient superheroes, not unlike Marvel’s The Avengers…

Patel is the third Asian American director at Pixar, joining Ronnie del Carmen, co director of Inside Out, and Pete Sohn, director of The Good Dinosaur. He was candid in describing the difficulties of embracing his Indian heritage as a boy and even into adulthood…”

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Check out a bunch of new concept art for Sanjay Patel’s Disney Pixar short Sanjay’s Super Team, which will debut in theaters with The Good Dinosaur.

The seven-minute follows young Sanjay watching cartoons and eating cereal in a bland, beige room as his father jingles a bell, beckoning him to join in meditation: reluctant and bored by the ceremony, Sanjay begins daydreaming a kind of ancient, Hindu version of The Avengers, with the gods appearing like superheroes. As the daydream progresses, the color, light and animation of the film grows increasingly dazzling and cosmic, and Sanjay grows closer to understanding his father’s inner world.