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Disney's Gargoyles Still Epic After All These Years

Ah yes, Disney’s Gargoyles. This show was my childhood. It’s like very good American anime. Plus, I wanted to be David Xanatos so badly!

I recently put my Amazon Prime account to good use and picked up the DVD set. I also acquired the Goliath Chronicles, but through another route. I hadn’t watched the series in, oh, 15-16 years, so I was enthused about reveling in the nostalgia.

For the Awakening 5-parter, I grabbed a friend and fellow childhood fan of the show. We had a blast! I was overjoyed to find the show just as good as I remembered it. Some shows I loved when I was a kid now make me wonder why I liked them. No Gargoyles!

Being a rabid David Xanatos and Owen Burnett/Puck fan, I proceeded to blast through all the eps where they appeared. As I watched, something new struck me: the fantastic writing of the show. The details, the pacing, the characters - they blew me away. Not to mention that legends, folklore, and cultural references weave through the series to form a complex world for the equally complex characters to explore and conquer.

Now, as a kid I could recognize good writing on a rudimentary level, but until you’re an adult and gotten some life experience, some of which should be writing your own stories, you can’t appreciate good writing fully. Mr. Greg and Mr. Micheal are masters at their craft, just as good as Chris Carter or Joss Whedon IMO.

I also read through some of the Ask Greg archives and fan episode write-ups. My appreciation for the writing deepened even more. A few more re-watches and I was alternately laughing aloud at inside jokes and jabs characters made, and gaping at the deeper meaning of apparently “simple” scenes.

There are few show that are as good now as you remember them being. Gargoyles breaks the mold - in yet another area! - and proves itself to have aged like a fine wine. Still relevant, still powerful, still inspiring. Cheers for Gargoyles!

Beyonce's ELLE Magazine excerpts.
  • ELLE Magazine: What do you feel people don't understand about who you really are, and in particular about the message you've put forward with "Formation"?
  • BEYONCE: I mean, I'm an artist and I think the most powerful art is usually misunderstood. But anyone who perceives my message as anti-police is completely mistaken. I have so much admiration and respect for officers and the families of officers who sacrifice themselves to keep us safe. But let's be clear: I am against police brutality and injustice. Those are two separate things. If celebrating my roots and culture during Black History Month made anyone uncomfortable, those feelings were there long before a video and long before me. I'm proud of what we created and I'm proud to be a part of a conversation that is pushing things forward in a positive way.
  • ELLE: During the Mrs. Carter Show tour, you seemed to embrace your power in a new way—blazing the word 'feminist' in bold pink letters across stadium screens. What made you decide to embrace the term?
  • BEYONCE: I put the definition of feminist in my song ["Flawless"] and on my tour, not for propaganda or to proclaim to the world that I'm a feminist, but to give clarity to the true meaning. I'm not really sure people know or understand what a feminist is, but it's very simple. It's someone who believes in equal rights for men and women. I don't understand the negative connotation of the word, or why it should exclude the opposite sex. If you are a man who believes your daughter should have the same opportunities and rights as your son, then you're a feminist. We need men and women to understand the double standards that still exist in this world, and we need to have a real conversation so we can begin to make changes. Ask anyone, man or woman, "Do you want your daughter to have 75 cents when she deserves $1?" What do you think the answer would be? When we talk about equal rights, there are issues that face women disproportionately. That is why I wanted to work with [the philanthropic organizations] Chime for Change and Global Citizen. They understand how issues related to education, health, and sanitation around the world affect a woman's entire existence and that of her children. They're putting programs in place to help those young girls who literally face death because they want to learn, and to prevent women from dying during childbirth because there's no access to health care. Working to make those inequalities go away is being a feminist, but more importantly, it makes me a humanist. I don't like or embrace any label. I don't want calling myself a feminist to make it feel like that's my one priority, over racism or sexism or anything else. I'm just exhausted by labels and tired of being boxed in. If you believe in equal rights, the same way society allows a man to express his darkness, to express his pain, to express his sexuality, to express his opinion—I feel that women have the same rights.
Mrs Shepard Show fanmix
  1. Intro Of Mrs Carter Show Beyoncé
  2. Legion (The Amazing Spider Man 2 Trailer Music) Brand X Music
  3. History of Artemisia 300 rise of an empire ost
  4. Protector of Earth Two steps from Hell
  5. Pretender Ninjia Tracks
  6. Leaving Earth Mass Effect 3 OST
  7. Ending Song Mass Effect 1 OST
  8. Call your name Attack on Titans OST
  9. Kyojin Shinkou Sawano Hiroyuki
  10. XL-TT Sawano Hiroyuki
  11. Dracarys Ramin Djawadi
  12. End run/Suicide mission Orchestra Suite Remix Jack Wall
  13. A fleeting dream/Someday the dream will end Masashi Hamauzu
  14. Say something A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera
  15. I was here Beyoncé
  16. Run the world (girls) Beyoncé
  17. Salute Little Mix
  18. Problem Natalia Kills
  19. Trouble Neon Jungle
  20. Galaxy map music epic dubstep remix Soren Laulainen
  21. Sall (Unlimited Gravity Dubstep remix) Awolnation
  22. Iron Woodkid
  23. AC III Main theme Lorne Balfe
  24. Stay strong, Stay Together Clint Mansell
  25. Radioactive Imagine Dragons
  26. Finale Boss Tetsuya Shibata, Kento Hasegawa
  27. Moving Mountains Two Steps from Hell

Beyoncé Performing “Drunk In Love” in Glasgow ( 02.20.14 )



There is not a man or woman, no matter how fit he or she may be, who is capable of carrying the entire world on their shoulders.

(Steve was.)

From what Mr. Stark has told me, Captain Rogers relied heavily on you… For courage, strategy, and moral guidance. You were his support. Your desire to help others is noble. But I doubt you’ll find much success unless you allow others to help you.

Agent Carter | You Won’t See Me Fall Apart (by egoscsajszy)

Beautiful Beys🐝🐝

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