anonymous asked:

Tracer Headcanon: When she disappeared in the Slipstream accident, Tracer witnessed the entire span of the universe, from birth to death, in real time, as a kind of intangible, omniscient, unfeeling observer. She hid this from the Overwatch psychiatric team in order to stay on active duty. As far as they know, she just has incredibly debilitating depression. She hasn’t given up on Widowmaker because she knows exactly what it’s like to be utterly numb to chaos and atrocity.

YESSSS GIVE ME ALL THE TRAGIC TRACER HEADCANONS.

Honestly, though, perpetually and overly cheerful people are typically manifesting the behaviour to hide other emotion and make themselves feel better (been clinically proven to work, btw!), and because making other people feel good also makes them feel better. Typically, though, they’re either currently depressed or previously depressed. 

And yes, this is why I think both Mercy and Tracer would be invested in Widowmaker’s recovery - because in Widowmaker they see a darkness they themselves know very well and have overcome. 

“The power of science!” - Winston

Context: Thanksgiving is right around the corner, so I wanted to depict this moment when Winston tries the chrono accelerator on Lena for the very first time. Winston built the device himself.

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HEY GUYS, GUESS WHAT.

I RESURRECTED MY SCANNER.

So here’s the ACTUAL IN-ISSUE version of the episode guide for the season-that-never-was, along with a bonus page on a Sari upgrade with a beloved character, and a bio for her classmates, which includes the cutest little Nightbeat oh my god I need twenty.  As you can see, the episode guide’s pictures do clarify a few things (not that everyone hadn’t already figured out Prowl was in Allsparkalypse Now!).

Other than a not especially great SD SG comic on the back panel and the Marauder Megatron cover (already posted by many other great people!) this was the entirety of the TFA-related content in the issue.  Cheers!


These are all taken from the newest (Oct/Nov 2016) issue of the Transformers Collector’s Club official magazine.  Issue 71.