… e pensare che mi sto perdendo ma sapere che con te sono al sicuro e raccontarti il peggio di me e cercare di darti il meglio perché è questo che meriti e rispondere alle tue domande anche quando potrei non farlo e cercare di essere onesto perché so che preferisci così e sapere che è finita ma restare ancora dieci minuti prima che tu mi cacci per sempre dalla tua vita e dimenticare chi sono e cercare di esserti vicino perché è bello imparare a conoscerti e ne vale di sicuro la pena…
No one actually dies in Night Vale. And if they do enter a state where
their body cannot sustain life anymore (dismemberment, severe
electrocution, etc…), they’ll be back, somehow, some way. And they’ll
be recognized as their old selves. That’s how Sarah Sultan is a river
Catherine Halsey | THE SCIENTIST First-Light-Weaves-Living-Song | THE LIBRARIAN Miranda Keyes | THE SAVIOUR
Holly Tanaka | THE TECHNICIAN
Cortana | THE GODDESS Serin Osman | THE SPY Sarah Palmer | THE COMMANDER Olympia Vale | THE DIPLOMAT Linda [Pravdin] 058 | THE SNIPER Kelly [Shaddock] 087 | THE RABBIT
Obviously this isn’t all the amazing women of Gotham, but I got a decent amount in there, I like to think.
I really adore the women of Gotham, but for reasons completely beyond me I keep seeing them either pitted against each other or overlooked in favor of Gotham dudes. Which. Pfft. Gotham dudes. What’s so great about them, amirite?
Got some glass breaking in here, too. Ah man it felt good to find those in my folders.
And yes, that’s Eartha Kitt Catwoman. As things should be. Fight me.
Sometimes I’m just like, wow, Night Vale, good job…Sarah Sultan, the smooth, fist-sized river rock, is actually a more interesting character than some characters on TV. How did you do that???? She’s a rock.
Reporters stood quiet and confused about how President Sultan could make such an announcement, as she is a smooth, fist-sized river rock, and has no visible mouth, and likely no internal organs, muscles, or passageways that can create a human-sounding voice.
“Telephathy,” President Sultan said with a cough. “It’s telepathy, you guys,” she said in all of our minds.
Episodes from my never-going-to-happen X-Men animated series:
Marvel World Tour: The X-Men finish up a tour just in time for one of Dazzler’s concerts…on the other side of the world. With the less than helpful help of various X-Men teleporters (Gateway, Blink, Magik, etc) Dazzler ends up on an impromptu world tour.
A Day in the Life:
Forge makes a video about the average day working in his lab, with his assistants David Alleyne and Sarah Vale.
Acts from Nightcrawler’s old circus have been disappearing, so he goes to investigate with Rogue. They end up fighting the Circus of Crime.
Blindfold and Preview use their precognitive powers to discover why the Danger Room went haywire. Entire episode is out of sequence, with scenes appearing in a seemingly random order.
Mojo abducts Dazzler, Shatterstar, and Shatterstar’s “roommate” Rictor to have them participate in a 1950s suburbia-themed gladiatorial games with Longshot. Everyone in the mojoverse refers to Rictor as “Shatterstar’s "roommate”, Rictor,“ complete with air quotes.