simply.. awesome

all this new short haired ladybug art has got me like *heart eyes*


Wooohh I finally finished it

I feel like my English turned against me in this one (ssshhh I’m tired ok) but yeah, this is the comic I thought about during P.E when we had to dance….. I hate dancing ;-;


Just a quick reminder of who is the real star of this episode



SPIKEY BELMONT HAS LANDED ON EARTH AFTER DESCENDING FROM THE HEAVENS ABOVE TO BLESS THIS WORLD WITH THAT UNCANNY VOICE-ACTING TALENT! Any additional words would simply fall beside the awesome portent of that staggering phrase!

That man, I swear to Galactus is one super guy. Thanks for surprising me with such a fun audio file! My pearly whites haven’t seen this much light since the 90′s!

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feanoriel  asked:

Hello! I see your last design of Celebrìan and Elrond in your comic "Elrond in the Halls" and I absolutely love it! <3 Could I request something with those two? Elrond is simply awesome, and I agree with the idea of Celebrìan having scars in Valinor, but Elrond thought her beautiful anyway! Could I have something with them? Very thanks :)


A big thank you to the person who made this video!!! 

All acoustic versions of the songs of 30 Seconds to Mars collected here.

0:00 City of Angels
4:16 Closer to the Edge
8:30 Kings and Queens
14:02 Do or Die
17:33 A Beautiful Lie
21:18 Was It a Dream?
25:11 The Kill
29:04 Alibi
31:55 Attack
35:03 The Story
39:07 A Modern Myth
42:20 From Yesterday
46:08 End of All Days
50:43 Hurricane
54:54 This Is War
59:45 Stay (Rihanna Cover)


My Hamlet run is almost over and I’ll be leaving London soon!

The first picture is from yesterday when Andrew snatched my phone even if I wanted an autograph and then just took the picture himself. Bless this man!

The second picture is from when he signed my artwork of Hamlet. One of the very best experiences! ✨

I’ll try to update here with new art as frequently as possible but give me some time to settle in again. I had a blast during my year in London and I feel super lucky that I happened to be here at the same time as Hamlet is on stage!


Yes, of course this is a post praising him… :)))  

….But could we just take a little moment to appreciate how, behind that dorky and annoyingly playful mask of Gabriel, he is, in fact, such a wonderful angel? Literally and figuratively? ^-^

I mean… He hates disputes and arguments, between any kind of supernatural or even human beings, as he really only wants just peace…

….and he trusts and believes in people, he appreciates their effort to improve themselves, admiring their qualities, instead of trying to promote his superiority, like mostly other angels do…

Originally posted by thatsnotveryladylike

…he constantly looks up to them because he knows what the war between his brothers caused to the humanity…

Originally posted by littlehobbit13

… he did anything that was possible to help the boys stop the apocalypse, including the tape talking about the rings and the cage, which practically saved everyone…

In fact, not only did he help the boys then, but he also, let’s remember, tried to help Sam prepare himslef for Dean’s death, as he will always have a predilection towards teaching people lessons  .. … .. 

 … no matter what, he will ALWAYS care about the others…

… even though he doesn’t want to show it … 

Originally posted by mischievous-maestro

But, in fact, he would do anything for people. He has one of the kindest hearts ever. He confronted his own brother for the humans, he has always tried to mantain the peace, he helped the boys despite all the their past “meetings”, he understood them, he cared, he loved, and like not so many angels, he felt… He was far more than good. And, all these, under that mask he’s tried to keep on, of the goofy, adorable and hilarious angel, who loves to trick people. But that, just to improve their character, make them aware of their flaws, and to make them better… He chose humour as an element to get closer to humanity. 

I know many people have already mentioned everything from above about him, but I really wanted to bring this subject up again as a short reminder of what a great character he really is and why he deserves all this love. Not only for his one-line jokes, not only for his sweetness, not only for his way of acting, behaving and being, not only for him just being simply awesome and great, but also for his gorgeous soul. He could have any other vessel in the world, but him, as an angel, he would still remain this one of a kind glorious character… Which I adore. 

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What Makes the Feminism in Wonder Woman Special

There’s a ton of reasons why Wonder Woman (2017) is such a victorious movie for feminism. But one of the biggest reasons I saw for that was the fact that it was not “in your face”. Let me explain.

I went to see the movie with my husband who supports feminism and equality. After leaving the film he thoughtfully pointed out, “That didn’t feel like a super feminist movie”. To translate what he meant by this, he was pointing out the way the movie never specifically addressed feminist views. There were plenty of opportunities in the film for the message to be directly delivered, but those moments were “ignored” in a sense.

A perfect example would be the many moments when the war generals in London kept exclaiming indignantly, “Who IS this woman!?” when Diana would butt in on their meetings. This is the perfect time for Diana to shut them down in some fashion - but she does so in a very indirect way. A lot of times the focus would be on shutting down the sexism by outshining the men at their own game followed by some shot highlighting their shock. The director chose not to focus on the shutting down of the sexism - it was present but not highlighted. Diana didn’t have to prove she was awesome - she simply was, and the men were forced to let her participate because they needed her.

This is a different but powerful approach to shutting down sexism. In other movies, men are usually humiliated in some fashion by being directly confronted with the absurdity of their sexism. An example would be Natasha Romanoff (The Black Widow) quickly and efficiently taking down a guy in the wrestling ring who is underestimating her fighting abilities because she’s a woman. This is a small demonstration of “the fight” against sexism often found in female-empowering movies.

The difference with Wonder Woman is that “the fight” to prove that she is worthy of respect is glossed over. There is no proving that she is powerful - she just is. There is no male humiliation (except for when she shames one general for treating his soldiers like expendable pawns, but that is unrelated to sexism). Some men begrudgingly accept her help. Others are amazed and admire her. Her very existence is an example of how women should exist in the world. She behaves as though people will respect her, and when they don’t she in undaunted. She walks with assuredness and purpose. She doesn’t have to physically dismantle the patriarchy. Rather by simply being who she is, she sets the standard for what normal should be. When she wears modern London women’s clothes she chooses an outfit that she thinks is practical. She won’t let the often impractical women’s fashion hold her back from what she finds important. She speaks truth where she sees folly in the general’s negotiations. When told “she can’t”, she does anyways. And all this is never with a smirk or some focus on the victory of “doing this anyways”. It’s not about the fight and victory - it’s about setting a new standard for equality through example.

That’s why Wonder Woman is such a shining example of feminism in movies. The goal of feminism is to integrate equality into everyday society. It’s not about fighting and it’s not about tearing men down. Wonder Woman accomplishes this normalization in a stunning and inspiring way. The men that would belittle her are disregarded. The men that partner with her are treated with mutual respect. It’s beautiful to behold.

My husband said Wonder Woman didn’t feel overtly feminist, and he was right in a way. The usual message in feminist movies is to prove that women are powerful and deserve equal treatment. But in Wonder Woman, the female-empowerment is ever-present yet on the back burner. Wonder Woman is beyond the fight for equality. There are other themes the movie chooses to address instead, such as the darkness inside every individual. That’s why I love it - women are powerful, but in this movie that is made normal.

Eyes on Me

Summary: You like Bucky, and Bucky likes you. Thing is, he hasn’t told you yet. Seeing as how you won’t be getting a confession any time soon, you focus your attention elsewhere.

Pairing: Bucky x Reader

Word Count: 7469

Warnings: Jealous!Bucky, swearing

A/N: I’m basing this idea on the “signals” I got from this guy in my grade 11 year that I was too scared to act on. I enjoy High School!AUs.

Tags: @letsgetfuckingsuperwholocked

It all started last year in grade nine. You had your schedule mailed to you a month before, you had purchased your uniform in advance, and you even knew a few friends from your elementary school attending your high school as well. Your locker was on the first floor in the science wing, your teachers were all impeccably nice, and you were on your best behaviour. You made two friends, and went home smiling, and said for the first time ever that you loved school. Everything went surprisingly smooth, except for one fine detail.

Bucky Barnes.

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Pandora Hearts vs. Vanitas no Carte

Aka. long-ass rant about VNC and PH accompanied by the total amount of zero (0) screencaps from the canon material, also featuring my poor grammar skills (for which I’m endlessly sorry) and the bits and scraps of knowledge on fiction / art I happen to posses.

Okay. First of all, I made this post solely so that I can babble about VNC in comparison to Pandora Hearts, because that’s what they taught me in high school – if you have one author and the said author has at least two works, then not talking about both of those works at once is just a waste of a perfectly good opportunity to fill up your essay with a lot of meta with the minimal effort. And I just can’t walk past a chance like that without a second glance. Not that this rant would lead anywhere (I also don’t have any cool theories to share, which is honestly pitiful and keeps me up at night), but still. Here I go and, by the way, I’m taking spoilers with me.

Quick TL;DR before we start: Jun Mochizuki’s progress as a storyteller is just insane and she should be prayed for in the dark times of art / writer’s block.

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