TEEN WOLF IS OVER AND IDK WHAT TO DO WITH MY LIFE ANYMORE. I WONT EVER SEE MY BABIES SCOTT, STILES, THEO, LYDIA, LIAM, MALIA, MASON, COREY, NOLAN, PETER, DEREK, ETC. EVER AGAIN! WHY DID JEFF DAVIS HAVE TO DO THIS TO ME?! WHY JEFF DAVIS WHY?!
hey guys this is a casual reminder to never color comic pages (or anything) with flux on, because you WILL fuck everything up. Don’t be like me. Make your 20-30 something cats proud to loosely live under the label of pet, dammit.
i don’t watch teen wolf anymore. i stopped after 5b.
but teen wolf did a lot for me, and i can’t just ignore that, so for the last time, i will write an open letter to teen wolf.
five years ago i stumbled across a little show that would change my life forever. teen wolf has made me laugh, cry, scream, and literally everything in between. i have loved it and hated it alike.
i am disappointed in the way it turned out, not necessarily because of ships or anything superficial but because i wanted better for the show itself (the beast was a tragedy.) but even so, i still find myself watching some scenes from seasons 1-4 bc they’re nostalgic and shit. also, malia from s5 because duh.
all of the characters taught me different things. i would be lying if i said that a big part of who i am isn’t attributed to malia tate, scott mccall, and allison argent. because those three have taught me more than anyone else has. even beyond them, even the characters i hated, they taught me things too.
as shitty as these times have been, wondering who was going to kiss, who was going to die, etc… it created a bond for me. i started on twitter as a teen wolf account. i met so many amazing people, and from there i branched out, but it will always have started with teen wolf for me. it’s like home.
much as i have despised him, i need to thank jeff davis and the entire teen wolf team. there were times when the only reason i would stay alive was because scott did. there were times that malia was the only one who understood how i felt.
this is my show. moving on and growing up has been strange, but it always comes back to this. terrible lighting and subpar plotlines. but the heart of it all, that’s where i come from. that’s where i still am.
so rather than sit here and get emotional as all hell, i just want to say thank you, teen wolf, for making me the woman i am today and for giving me so much to look forward to.
i love you always. thanks for being the shittiest love affair i’ve ever had. you took an impressionable, scared thirteen year old and made her into a strong adult. i can only hope to look back on that and be grateful.
I don’t think I could have made this movie if I hadn’t made the choice that it was my last time. This is very personal, and the stakes were super high for me. When you try to make the definitive movie about a character, what’s always defined him or what makes him really cool and bad, what people love about him, is actually his humanity more than his superhero abilities.