the new version!


“Twin Peaks is a cosmology,” says Showtime’s president and CEO David Nevins. “What I think is satisfying about the new version is that it’s a deeper exploration of that stuff. What is the Red Room? How does the Red Room work? Where is Agent Cooper? Can he make it back?” (x)

the-last-alicorn  asked:

I was actually quite smitten with the reimagined Ironmen in Taisen Z. I guess that Toei tends to be kind of lacking in non-Sentai female heroes that I just kind of latch onto any I see.

I agree on that one!  I really loved those redesigns and didn’t care that they weren’t a lot like the originals or even kept the same genders. I thought the new versions were fun and pretty cool.  So much better than what they did with Akumaizer 3 in one of the Kamen Rider crossover movies.

I mean, the designs were nice but they turned them into straight up villains.  At least the Kyodyne siblings helped the heroes out in the end.

Action Comics #976 – All is whole but continuity probably exploded and put itself back together at some point.

So, what everyone were expecting to happen happened. We didn’t get team-up of two Supermen, but New 52 versions of Superman and Lois came back. Much to confusion of Jon, their own and probably the readers as well. But luckily, Jon manages to save (out of lack of better word) souls of his parents and convinces New 52 versions to merge with them. In a symbolic manner Superman Red (Superbro of New 52) and Superman Blue (Superdad) unite into one, whole Superman. The history apparently rewrites itself to adjust to these changes as well, which I hope next issues of Action Comics and Superman will explain.

We also got some small hints of something bad coming. Mxyztplk mentions being who divided Superman and “something worse” coming, Mr. Oz wonders what will be reaction of mysterious him to undoing of that divide. We get not-so-subtle hint that “him” is on Mars. It makes a good job questioning what we do actually know of the role Doctor Manhattan played in New 52 and continues of playing in DC Rebirth. Is he really the misguided villain? Or merely trying to protect DC Universe from something (Maybe Empty Hand?)… while still being very misguided?


What We WORE 2 Church
#ThrowBackThursday 2015

“Each person should judge his own actions and not compare himself with others. Then he can be proud for what he himself has done. Each person must be responsible for himself.” 
Galatians 6:4,5 New Century Version

hermioneslover  asked:

I had no idea you were rewriting Debt of Time (I live under a rock apparently) and I just wanted to stay I'm so excited since it's one of my faves!! <3

You’re fine. I totally don’t expect everyone to pay attention to me all the time. ;) I really hope everyone likes the new version. Rewriting it has made me fall in love with the story all over again and remember why I wanted to write it in the first place.