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Well, at least it’ll be Echo whose heart is broken and not Raven’s heart. I do enjoy Echo as a character, but I don’t enjoy the writers trying to possibly force a relationship between her and Bellamy–a friendship and loyalty, yes I’m all here for that and I do like Echo and how much she adores and respects Bellamy, but it’ll likely turn into something more than friends after 6 years… .and we all know the writers LOVE to give Bellamy and Clarke mediocre love interests and love lives… so, I’m not holding my breath. 

This is my guess. 

Still think Bellarke is “endgame” in “some way” but yeah… dudes, I’m just tired. lol. Ugh, I can’t do another season of this, I think. Idk, we’ll see. 

Why Rick and Morty is such a good series:

Do you know what makes Rick and Morty such a good series?

The humanistic approach to each story and character and the savage portrayal of real emotions felt by believable characters. The characters in Rick and Morty are not over the top caricatures, such as they are in Family Guy and now the Simpsons, they are real.

When Beth shoots Mr poopybutthole, she shakily sobs into a glass of wine while he lays bleeding. Jerry is whiny but also tries hard to be the man of the house. Summer is not only believable as a teenage girl, but she is also complex and has layers to her character that other equivalents do not.

Morty suffers real trauma throughout the series and it wears on him as it progresses. Each character has real flaws, real developments and strengths.

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Most of all, the protagonist Rick is as layered, complex and indecipherable a character as you can get. He is truly a toxic person who struggles between loving his family and yet remaining distant. You feel every single emotional blow he is dealt and you can empathise with how he reacts to it, because we have all done the same.

There’s real drama in the series, better drama than seen in most TV shows today and all the while there is drama, the action is excellent, the stories are great and the laughter is genuine. It doesn’t try to be funny all the time, it doesn’t try to be sad all the time. Behind every laugh is real pain and that makes the comedy in the series so much more effective, because we can relate to it on a human level.

For a series that is based on science fiction and fantasy, it is awfully real.



((roles based entirely on Town of Salem lmao dont judge me,,))

  • Jumin: The blackmailer
    • Good at eavesdropping and digging up secrets to keep people quiet
  • Zen: The framer
    • Skilled at manipulating information to turn leads away from mafia members
  • V: The forger
    • Lurks in the shadows to replace documents
    • Rewrites the wills of mafia targets
  • Yoosung: The janitor
    • Skilled at cleaning up crime scenes to remove evidence
  • Saeran: Mafioso
    • Carries out the godfather’s orders 
    • basically the one who eliminates targets
  • 707: The disguiser
    • Master of disguise who pretends to be other people 
  • Jaehee: The consort
    • Master of distraction 
  • MC: The consigliere
    • Investigator who gathers info for the mafia
  • Vanderwood: The godfather
    • not pictured but he’s always watching :)))))

AU list: assassin | nature deities | butler cafe | underworld | [mafia]

[My shop]

  • Holographic mafia print is now available for preorder!
  • Use code TAROMAFIA to get 50% off this print with the purchase of any large print! 
  • I’m including the print for free for anyone who has already pre-ordered prints
  • Also as requested, postcard size prints are now available too! But they’re printed on glossy paper and not the holo paper 

Lucasfilm announces ‘Forces of Destiny’ – A Continuing Series of Animated Shorts Based Around their HEROINES!!

Looks kinda like the DC Girl Power shorts, only Star Wars. Featuring, Leia, Rey, Jyn, Sabine, Hera and Ahsoka. Not only that, but Daisy Ridley, Felicity Jones, Tiya Sircar and Ashley Eckstein. Lupita Nyong’o will narrate the shorts as Maz Kanata.

Oh, and of course there are already toys in the works.


Tokyo-based animation studio Science SARU and director Masaaki Yuasa (Ping Pong, Lu Over the Wall) will bring a series based on Go Nagai’s manga “Devilman” to Netflix in spring 2018.

You can read more about Devilman: Crybaby on ANN.

Imagine Your OTP
  • Person 1: I'm gonna fight you on this.
  • Person 2: You're gonna fight the world one day.

Hot fire elemental with rad charred pants. 

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American Gods” is the new Starz series based on the Neil Gaiman novel of the same name. It’s scored by Brian Reitzell, who’s worked on Sofia Coppola’s Lost in TranslationMarie Antoinette, and The Bling Ring. Today, Milan Records has announced the “American Gods” soundtrack, which is out digitally June 16. The soundtrack includes Reitzell’s score, as well as collaborations with Mark Lanegan, Blondie’s Debbie Harry, and Garbage’s Shirley Manson. Below, listen to a new song from the soundtrack, “Queen of the Bored” featuring Manson. Scroll down for the full tracklist.

Prior to “Queen of the Bored,” Milan shared three offerings from the “American Gods” soundtrack: Reitzell’s “Main Title Theme,” Reitzell and Lanegan’s Lead Belly cover “In the Pines,” and their rendition of “St. James Infirmary Blues,” a song popularized by Louis Armstrong.

Garbage’s latest album, Strange Little Birds, arrived in 2016. Blondie recently released their new LP, Pollinator. The bands are set to tour together this summer. Find those dates here

American Gods OST:

01 Main Title Theme
02 Out of Time
03 Gumball
04 In the Pines [ft. Mark Lanegan]
05 Shopping
06 Bilquis Gets to Work
07 Salim Waits
08 Salim and Jinn
09 St. James Infirmary Blues [ft. Mark Lanegan]
10 Queen of the Bored [ft. Shirley Manson]
11 Laura’s Affair
12 Nunnyunnini
13 Media Bowie
14 Wednesday Heals Shadow
15 Vulcan
16 I Put a Spell on You [ft. Mark Lanegan]
17 Essie Accused
18 Bilquis Orgy
19 Tehran 1978 [ft. Debbie Harry and Shirley Manson]
20 There Here Finale