this is a very important photoset

       "Obi-Wan Kenobi opened his eyes to find himself staring at what he strongly suspected was Anakin’s butt.

       It looked like Anakin’s butt—well, his pants, anyway—though it was thoroughly impossible for Obi-Wan to be certain, since he had never before had occasion to examine Anakin’s butt upside down, which it currently appeared to be, nor from this rather uncomfortably close range.

        And how he might have arrived at this angle and this range was entirely baffling.

        He said, “Um, have I missed something?”

        “Hang on,” he heard Anakin say. “We’re in a bit of a situation here.”

        So it was Anakin’s butt after all. He supposed he might take a modicum of comfort from that.“

                                          –Matthew Stover, Revenge of the Sith


Behind the Scenes of The Poison Sky / The Sontaran Stratagem (Part Four)

Excerpts from Jason Arnopp’s set report from DWM 396

[Discussion while eating deserts and tea with David]
The Doctor’s relationship with violence is a complex one, though, isn’t it? Much as we’re doing now, he often has his cake and eats it.  “The violence is the final resort,” David stresses.  “You should always give people the benefit of the doubt.  In the final moment of the story, the Doctor basically knows he’s gonna have to sacrifice himself and go back up to the Sontaran ship.  But it’s important and valid that he allows them the chance to back down.  It’s important that he will always allow people to find the good in themselves.  He gives them that opportunity even though he knows that because they’re Sontarans and because of what they’re about, they’re not going to back down.  But it’s the morally correct thing to do, to allow that possibility”

That ‘second chance’ opportunity is a very Tenth Doctor thing, isn’t it?

“He would have you believe that he has quite strong rules about it,” nods David.  “'You get once chance, and then I’ll do ya!’  And again, that came up in Partners in Crime, when he tells Ms Foster, ‘You get once chance.  I’d advise you to take it.’ And she doesn’t, and ends up splattered on the pavement!  Of course, it’s not quite as straightforward as that, and he will bend his own rules now and again.  But that moral framework, that moral righteousness, is very important to him.”

A big “thank you!!” to everyone who shares set photos

Additional parts of this photoset: [ one ] [ two ] [ three ] [ five ]
The rest of the behind-the-scenes photosets are available [ here ]


A very important Turnabout Boston photoset featuring Ghost Trick and my garbage camera. Thank you to everyone who came out to our Ace Attorney Meetup on Saturday night! Shane/ @ughlawyers and I live for being your shoot leaders–a huge thank you to Shane for setting up the spot and to Zack for being one of our head photographers!

Athena Cykes: @two-can-keep-a-secret
Ema Skye (shoot leader/dark green vest): @fairwind
Phoenix Wright ): @gogglecandyme
Trucy Wright: Warpstar Cosplay

Young Dhurke: @equestrianime

Ema Skye (pink 3ds case): @tsunderegrumbling

Simon Blackquill: @bythe-outsider

Bobby Fulbright: @the–lord–protector

Klavier Gavin: @klvrgvn

Miles Edgeworth: @maya-fey

Phoenix Wright: @sexycowboy123

Please tag yourselves and I’ll edit the post! Court is adjourned til next year!


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