Fandoms by how they’d die in a zombie Apocalypse

In The Flesh: first to go, tried to befriend the zombies

Welcome to Nightvale: second to go, purposefully became zombies

Sherlock: got fed to zombies by other fandoms for being a know it all prick all the time

Doctor Who: caught and eaten by the Hannibal fandom during an argument among themselves

Torchwood: died avenging Doctor Who fandom’s death

Hannibal: mistaken for zombies while eating someone and killed by Supernatural fandom

Marvel: dies being unnecessarily heroic

DC: dies trying to prove they could survive the thing Marvel died doing

Homestuck: sacrificed to hoard as a distraction

Star Wars: killed by Star Trek in the midst of peace negotiations

Star Trek: killed by one of their own, sick of how much everyone hates Voyager 

Harry Potter: eaten by zombie after they attempted to defend themselves with a spell

Supernatural: almost survived the whole thing before sacrificing themselves under the belief they’d come back

Walking Dead: survived the whole thing

deadnotsleepng  asked:

imagine spock talking in his sleep but its not intelligent phrases like you would think. no this nerd goes around mumbling shit like "banana icecube" and "cheesy Republican" "hug the sasquatch"

Whenever Spock has to stay the night in the Medbay, Bones stays up late just to record it. His favorite so far is “Pinocchio shot the sheriff”. Bones swears it must mean something.

ok honestly, not to expose myself or anything,,,,, but i want some more fandom variety on my dash,,, so im gonna try and follow some more blogs!!!!! can u guys help me out and reblog (mutuals, spreading this would be awesome??) if u post:

  • voltron!!!!!!!!!!!
  • star trek
  • harry potter
  • star wars
  • just general shows/movies
  • v o l t r o n (*whispers* klance…..)
  • honestly….. i will check out whatever,,,, i just have a lot of comics and i love comics but,,,, i need variety in my life,,,,
  • (also,,,, teen wolf and game of thrones is chill too rip)

There are a million and one reasons why Journey to Babel is one of my favorite TOS episodes, but Jim trying to connect with Sarek really gets me hard in the feels. 

Once Jim finds out he’s in the company of Spock’s parents and the situation between Sarek and Spock, he immediately makes it a priority to try to have a hand in healing them.

Jim hits it off with Amanda immediately, but it’s so sweet that he wants Sarek to like him and wants to see him show appreciation for Spock.

It’s like he has this eureka moment and sees that the majority of Spock’s insecurities about his lineage stem from Sarek and it becomes his mission to make Sarek proud of Spock. 

Jim starts literally SHOWING SPOCK OFF to his dad.
Look at how amazing Spock is with computers, as an officer, as a friend.



He is positively desperate to get Sarek to see Spock the way he does: to admire him endlessly and be proud of him. 

Sarek pushes back, but by the end of the episode, you can see that Spock and Jim succeed in getting a bit of cred out of Sarek. 

Later, Jim forms a special relationship with Sarek and it touches me to no end.
That Sarek would feel close enough to Jim to discuss personal Vulcan and family matters with him. He trusts Jim enough to straight up ask him: PLEASE. SAVE MY SON. You are the person I trust with the life of my child because you are the only one I know that loves him as much as I do. 


We start off with Jim hitting Sarek over the head with Spock:


Sarek: NO!

And then by the end of it, we have Sarek having to thank Jim for making the most extreme sacrifices in the entirety of his life to save Spock because he loves him THAT MUCH, and over time with Jim’s help, Sarek can finally admit in his own way that he loves Spock, too. 

I guess what I’m trying to say is … 



(Do not come back at me unless you can come up with someone who is willing to explode their house, sacrifice their son, throw away decades of service and devotion to their job, steal, KILL – do I really need to go on here guys? Really.)