“Little Witch Academia” Director Wants to Do Another Season, Spinoff
Because of Netflix’s annoying policy of holding onto series so it can release them in bulk, you can’t see it yet, but Trigger’s Little Witch Academia series is airing at this very moment.
The series, which began January 9, is set to air for two seasons and run 25 episodes. But even that’s not enough, according to an interview with director Yoh Yoshinari.
According to excerpts from the interview, Yoshinari says he has so much stuff he wants to do it won’t fit into 25 episodes. He added that it’s hard enough just to fit Akko’s story into 25, and with the current limit, the team doesn’t have enough time to delve deeper into what’s going on with Diana and Amanda.
Finally, Yoshinari mentioned he’d like to do a spinoff series centered around Shiny Chariot, the witch who inspired Akko, and the Night Fall books that appear in the series.
If the Little Witch Academia series succeeds financially, Yoshinari may just get his wish.
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not necessarily a part 2 to this, but definitely written in the same world. so, with that being said, this is very nsfw; read with caution etc. i wanna thank three lovely friends for support. @kasiwrites@aqua-harry & @permanentcross <3 ok now please enjoy! x
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It wasn’t your intention to give Harry the hint like this, you had been planning on him finding out for himself later on tonight when you were home.
You wanted to surprise him, but the way he looked standing by the bar with his friends made you crave him. It made you want his attention on you. He stood tall in a pair of black boots, a white silk button up tucked loosely under the belt holding his skinny jeans in place. His cross wasn’t showing because of the thin black satin scarf hanging around his neck, but you couldn’t miss his rings. Everything about him had been making your thighs rub together, the slightly cocky grin on his face only being the cherry on top.
Creepypasta #1099: My Late Nana Loved Telling The Story Of How Her Father Saved Their Village From Monsters
used to tell me stories when I was little. I stayed with her during the day
while my parents were at work, all the way up until I went to kindergarten. I
would sit at her kitchen table, happily munching away on a braunschweiger
sandwich, kicking my legs that couldn’t touch the floor yet and beg her for
more stories, more stories, more stories.
She had so many, but she had one in particular she told more
than the others. I don’t know if it was her favorite, or mine, or both. It may
have been my favorite because I could tell it was hers.
Many little girls don’t know how lucky they are. Never fall
victim to that way of thinking, little sparrow. I knew how lucky I was. I had
Papa was a good man, a strong man. My Papa was a hero, and not just in the way
that a lot of daughters think their fathers are. He was a real hero.
You see, little sparrow, before I came to America, I lived
in a village. It had once been small but slowly grew to a bustling, thriving
place full of life and magic. I can still remember the lovely buildings, the
flow of people in the streets, the pretty storefronts with their shiny glass
windows. It was a beautiful place and I knew how lucky I was to live there with
my Papa because my Papa protected us.
Not just my mother and I, he protected the whole village. He
was a hero, as I said. Even though I loved our home, it was not always a safe
You see, in our village, there were monsters.
Now I don’t want to scare you, little sparrow, but do not
believe the people who tell you monsters aren’t real. Monsters are very real,
they are alive and well, and they often hide in plain sight.
That’s what made my Papa a hero. He could spot these
monsters, find them lurking beneath their disguises of pink human skin. They
seemed good enough, normal enough, but he knew how to identify them and he
taught me too.
-i’m pretty sure he got lost in an electronics store once when willow took him to the mall. everything looked the same to him and all the aisles had lots of boxes and shiny screens and he was like halfway to panicking when willow came up behind him and very gently led him out of the store. he refuses to go in electronics stores anymore
-buffy, who is a literal five year old, will stand in the electronics stores and make faces at him and say things like “can’t get me in here, giles.” giles pretends to be a Mature and Responsible Adult but he’s glowering because he just doesn’t want to go in there and why does buffy have to make fun of him about it????
-also giles braided buffy’s hair for a few school dances. not just one. a few. she came in with her dress on and her hair down and telling giles that she’d forgotten what she wanted to do with her hair and her nail polish was still drying and she couldn’t find willow and (insert about ten different made-up excuses here) just so that giles would agree to braid her hair. buffy loves feeling like she’s being Parented by giles
-giles lowkey loves being buffy’s father figure, even though neither of them have expressly said it. there was this one time (i’ll say mid s2) they both went out to dinner for some reason and the waitress was like “oh, your daughter looks so much like you!” and buffy gave giles this sideways look because she was expecting him to correct the waitress, but giles just smiled and looked down and said “thank you” very softly
-giles 100% took buffy ice skating. it was cold and he wore actual earmuffs into the rink and buffy refused to be seen with him (until he kept on falling on his face on the skates, at which point she reluctantly helped guide him around the ice)
-these are turning very fast into giles-and-buffy father-daughter headcanons so i’ll throw in something else: giles made special flash cards for willow one time and helped her study for various tests that she didn’t really need help for just so that she could feel valued and appreciated. she picked up on this super fast and gave him a big hug when she left. giles was blushing for hours
She could feel the cold barrel of the gun as it pressed underneath her chin. It was a pretty weapon, a large purple revolver with solid gold embellishments and a crowned skull emblazoned on the side. Red rubies winked in the eye sockets, glimmering as Dr. Harleen Quinzel felt the tears began to roll down her cheeks.
“M-M-Mr. J…” she stammered.
“Shut up,” he growled.
“P-P-Please… please don’t kill me.”
“I said shut… the fuck… up.” The metal jammed harder into head, rapping against the bone of her jaw.
Oh, the irony was rich. She was the one that had brought him the revolver, after he’d asked her for a machine gun during their last session and she’d told him she had no way to get it. He’d dictated a phone number to her, asking her to repeat it back to him three times to ensure she would remember it. He told her to call the number and say the magic words, the rest would be handled.
“The magic words?”
“Abracadabra!” He’d said with a theatrical flourish, then threw back his head and cackled with delight at the joke.
She’d called the number and spoken the magic words - abracadabra - into the phone when a male voice picked up, only to be greeted by a swift ‘click’ in her ear.
“Some joke,” she’d grumbled.
The next day, the gun arrived on her doorstep.
It was packaged in a shiny silver box with a red foil bow, looking like nothing so much as a fancy Christmas present. A simple golden tag read, ‘For J.’
She’d brought it into her apartment quickly, unwrapping it in the front hallway to find the magnificent purple gun winking up at her. It had felt warm when she lifted it, feeling the satisfying weight of it in her hands.
She had done it. She had actually done it.
And sneaking it into Arkham hadn’t even been hard. She wore metal tipped stilettos in that day, and all the silver jewelry she owned. Tucking the gun between her legs before she got out of her car, she held her breath as she passed through the metal detector and it went off. Giving the security guard a sheepish smile, she kicked her toes against the ground, throwing up sparks, and then held out her arms, which were covered in bracelets and rings. After taking an additional look at her layered necklaces and dangling earrings, he distractedly waved her through and went back to reading his newspaper.
Now she was pressed up against the wall in the solitary room where they had their sessions, the muzzle of the semi automatic jammed into her throat.
His straightjacket was a puddle of white fabric on the floor; she’d freed him from it the moment the door closed behind her, as she had done a hundred times before. The first time they kissed over the table, he’d had it on, which thrilled her, the sense of power, of control she had over him; she had a feeling he’d sensed that, because the next session he demanded she release him after the guards left. And how could she say no to him? She would do anything for him.
But today, after she pulled the gun out, he’d pounced, taking it from her outstretched hand and pinning her against the wall in one smooth motion. Once they’d begun… SEEING each other, she’d demanded there be no cameras or recording devices in the room, going straight to the board of the asylum and claiming it violated doctor-patient confidentiality. They’d reluctantly agreed as long as she wore a panic button which, naturally, she’d stopped carrying months ago. It was just her and the Joker for the next 90 minutes.
Would she be dead within the next five?
“Please, I did everything you asked me to,” she whispered.
“You did EVERYTHING I asked you to, sweet little Harleen.” He eased up on the pressure, moving the gun from side to side, tracing her pulse as it jumped around her throat. “And Daddy is very proud of you. I knew you had it in you.”
“So, what are you…”
“You question me?” He snapped, cutting her off. The gun pushed into her chin again.
She tried shaking her head, but couldn’t move.
“No, Mr. J.”
“Tell me how you got it in here.”
“I wore jewelry, so when the detector beeped-”
“Not that!” He bristled and she pushed back into the wall as far as she could go, trying to ease away from the revolver. His grip tightened and the gun followed her. “WHERE did you hide it?”
“Oh.” Despite herself, Harleen blushed. “I… I…”
“Yes?” He grinned, the metal grill shining in the dim fluorescent light overhead. Just looking at his silver smile made her feel dizzy with attraction, despite his orange Arkham jumpsuit and the fact that he was holding a gun to her head.
Or maybe because of it.
The longer he held it, the less afraid she felt; if he hadn’t pulled the trigger yet, surely he wasn’t going to kill her? The fear began to drain out of her, replaced by a peculiar tingling in the pit of her stomach.
“I- I hid it in between my legs,” she said in a quiet voice.
He clucked his tongue like a hen. “What a naughty little girl you are, Harleen.” He nuzzled the gun against her chin as gently as a lover buries their face in the crook of their beloveds neck. With his free hand, he trailed his large, square palm through her hair and down her torso, until he reached the hem of her tight pencil skirt.
Her eyes widened. Swallowing, she moved her smaller hands down to meet his. Grasping his one hand in between both of hers, she gently pushed it under her skirt, to where the gun holster lay smooth against her inner left thigh.
It was a simple loop of leather that she had picked up in a pawn shop in one of the seedier parts of Gotham. A pouch could be clipped onto the circle, and the gun fitted snugly inside.
“Don’t ask, don’t tell,” the clerk had remarked as she paid for it in cash. He’d told her how to work it - “Ya just belt it on ya leg and put the piece in” - then sent her on her way. It rode high up her leg, sitting just under her lace underwear, and she could feel the Joker’s long, white fingers as they skimmed over her skin.
“Oh, God, you’re so GOOD,” he breathed, rubbing his hand over the leather around her leg. Without loosening his grip on the gun, he leaned in, hungrily covering her mouth with his.
The tingling sensation in her stomach intensified, spreading throughout her entire body. Whenever he kissed her, it felt like the world stopped. Nothing mattered, nothing at all, except his kisses. And in a way, the gun made it even better, the complete and utter control he had over her in that moment, and the complete and utter trust she had, the faith she had that he wouldn’t shoot her.
He wouldn’t shoot her. She knew in her gut, in her BONES, that he wouldn’t shoot her.
No longer the slightest bit afraid, she threw herself into the kiss, wrapping her arms around his neck. The tiniest misstep by either of them and she’d certainly be dead, heightening the exhilarating pleasure of the moment. He kept his rock solid grip on the gun, his other hand moving higher and higher between her legs. She gasped as he touched her thin panties then curled his fingers into the fabric, ripping them. She could feel moisture running down her legs as he stroked her, and her body quivered with pleasure.
“Move your hands,” he moaned into her mouth. Instinctively, she knew what he wanted her to do. Drawing back and staring him in the eyes, she placed both of her hands around the gun at her chin. Perfect trust. Total love. Her small, warm hands wrapped around his large, cold one, with his finger on the trigger.
He growled and bit her cheek. Working the fingers of his other hand faster and faster, he brought her to a pulsating climax. She pressed her lips together to avoid crying out; she didn’t want the guards to hear and investigate. Instead, she turned completely inward, eyes rolling into the back of her head as she crested on wave after wave of sensation.
She wanted to moan in agony when she felt the barrel of the gun leave her throat. Her hands fell, limp by her sides, as he took the weapon away.
“No…” Before she could stop herself, the word slipped out of her mouth. She opened her eyes to see him staring at her in surprise. Lips red as a cherry, hair glowing emerald green in the light, he had an otherworldly beauty. She just wanted him to POSSESS her. It was frightening in its ferocity.
“So you like Daddy’s gun?” He asked in a low voice. It was almost like he couldn’t believe it; like he’d been expecting to scare her, and he was the one that ended up scared by her reaction.
“Y-Yes.” Her voice shook. She had liked it. She could still feel the ghostly imprint of it pressed under her chin.
He pressed the cold metal against her chest, the side of it, this time. She could feel it, heavy against her sternum, before it slid lower, across her stomach, and lower still.
“How much do you like it?”
Harleen knew what he was asking her, but couldn’t bring herself to answer. They had already done things in this room, but this- this was unspeakable.
His free hand drifted up and curled tightly in her hair, jerking her head backward.
“I asked you a question, little girl.”
“I love it, Daddy,” she admitted truthfully, cheeks burning. His own eyes rolled up into the back of his head in pleasure at her words.
Slowly, carefully, he nudged the gun into the waistband of her skirt.
“Do you belong to me?”
She looked at him with tears of love in her eyes. “I do.”
The metal was cold as it nosed its way between her legs, and her body tensed against the wave of pleasure she felt. He was USING her. Depraving her. Claiming her in a way she never had been before.
But he was gentle as he worked the gun in and out of her body. He kept one hand in her hair, holding her up against the wall as her knees buckled and shook. He kissed her face, her nose, her eyes, murmuring as his lips passed, whisper light, over her skin. She moaned softly and he pushed his tongue into her mouth.
“You have to be quiet, baby.”
She sucked his tongue like a pacifier to keep from wailing. The pleasure was so keen it felt like a sharpened knife pricking her all over her body. She trembled against the brilliant heat rising inside of her, swelling and bright as she suddenly shattered into a thousand pieces. She was clinging to him, sobbing and grinding her hips and working her body against the gun and it felt so good, so so so GOOD, better than anything else had ever felt before, and he was laughing, quietly chuckling into her ear, and whispering about how she was SUCH a good little girl, such a mad little girl, and she thought that if this was madness then she wanted it.
She wanted it.
He held her as she came back to her senses, still pinned up against the wall in the solitary room. The gun was nestled between her thighs, and she swore she could feel it pulsating wetly.
“No one has ever loved my gun as much as you do,” he said, and she glowed with pride. “We’ll have to get you one of your own, won’t we? Can’t have you running off with mine to have FUN.”
“Yes, Daddy.” She flushed at the desire that rose within her again at his words.