So this is my character from the superhero rp group kinda thing @hisomis and I have been plotting!
His name is Venosus and he’s a villain and basically a blood mage / blood manipulator- he really wanted to be a hero, but due to his powers and his coming from long line of villains, he was pretty much bullied into accepting it and has never stopped being salty towards heroes since.
He’s the henchman of his older and stronger villain cousin (basically his brother, they grew up together), partially because they were expected to stick together but also because it’s much easier to stand back in the shadow of someone else who can take the heat. He’s also salty about having to babysit his cousin from the background
(He’s also actually really nice and he’s got a lot of potential as a good guy, he’s just got a strong sense of self preservation and is fueled by spite)
He’s what I wish I looked like if I were a good-looking spicy meatball dad D:
Steve’s a self-insert pretty much! Except better! He’s an art director at a large videogame company, something of a metalhead, not a morning person at all and likes to chill with a beer in the evenings while binge-watching crime shows.
He treads a fine line between ‘cool’ and ‘embarrassing’ dad, he has the power to humiliate his kid with his dad-ness or impress their little friends (depends on how hot the other parents are and if they’re present at the time).
He wears thumb rings. Prone to sulk on occasion.
Also a shitposter on social media and the amount of memes in his phone almost almost surpasses that of the pics he’s taken of his child.
You come from a line of great and powerful Shadowhunters. From a family that has been revered by generations, and feared by those who appose all that is good and just. This ring signifies that. This is your birthright. Now, my boy, you are about to find out what it means to be a Herondale.
i wrote an essay on my labyrinth feels and make a graphic to go with it
the way Sarah says “you have no power over me” at the end of labyrinth is SO IMPORTANT. she says it not as a decree that breaks his power over her, but like it’s a realization; it’s coming to a conclusion that he is already aware of. Because, really, what has Jareth been doing this whole movie but trying to prevent her from realizing this? He intimidates her, mocks her, threatens her, distracts her, and ultimately begs her: “just fear me, love me, do as I say…” all (except the last) empty attempts to convince her of his power, and her own inferiority. And when he does beg, his desperation becomes obvious enough for her to figure out his game, that he has no power over her and never did, game over, Sarah 1 Jareth 0.
And you can totally see this “f UCK DAMN SHE WAS NOT SUPPOSED TO FIGURE THAT OUT“ on jareth’s face just before he disappears; people make jareth out to be this Cool Sauve Villain but the thing is that he’s trying to come off that way. he is actually kind of ridiculous; he’s running around desperately trying to impress this 15-year-old-girl who’s beating him at his own game and he is failing. and that’s great. labyrinth is great. labyrinth is a coming-of-age story about a teenage girl defeating the man who’s trying to bully her into submission by seeing right through his constructed facade of power, and calling him out on it.
I like labyrinth because it has wonderful, bizzare special effects and horrible musical numbers and quirky characters and is a Cool Vintage Fantasy Movie. I love labyrinth because when i first saw this movie it sucked me in by being weird and endearing and then it said to my 15-year-old-identifying-with-sarah-self “YOUR WILL IS STRONG AND YOUR KINGDOM IS GREAT; NEVER LET ANYONE MAKE YOU BELIEVE YOU ARE NOT POWERFUL.”