to infinity and beyond done with this fucking school year
do you ever roll up your sleeves to wash your hands and one of the sleeves starts slipping down like its attracted to the water and all you can think is “dont you fucking dare”
Eren Jäger, crying, bleeding & in pain.
The Amazing Spider-Man (2014).
Remember, my strong, female characters: never show weakness, not even for a moment, or the fandom will rip you apart like sharks drawn by the blood from a single cut, and then they will begin to devour each other.
christmas eve what about christmas adam
happy christmas adam to all men’s rights activists
Please stop pestering us with things like this. This has nothing to do with men fighting for their rights. Eve is short for ‘evening’. Please don’t turn activism into a joke. Thanks.
Someone isn’t having a good christmas adam
Queerbaiting hurts because it’s just authors fucking mocking you for daring to hope that queer subtext might lead to explicit canon queer characters but “nope no representation for you you silly queers it might make cishet people uncomfortable and we value them more”
I'm also worried they'll stick WW as just a love interest in the movie, or just kill/fridge/do her wrong, rather than worrying about who plays her. :(
Yeah, I absolutely don’t mind if people have qualms about a casting choice (although, as long as Godot bulks up a little, I don’t personally see any serious issue with her), but the fact that we haven’t seen a legitimate live-action Wonder Woman since Lynda Carter’s interpretation of the mid-to-late 70s (disregarding the failed pilot of 2011) means that it is more than time for her to assume her place in the sun. It is endlessly ironic to me that the WB seems so adamant to refuse her a solo film, not only because she is one of their most well-recognized characters (although that doesn’t hurt), but because she has a history of well-written, self-contained plots that would lend themselves beautifully to a feature-length film. I mean, a Wonder Woman movie certainly isn’t a risk in the same way that a Guardians of the Galaxy film undoubtedly is; in fact, I fail to see it as a risk at all (financially or otherwise) outside of the fact that it means WB would have to move outside their comfort zone (ie: men in capes consistently grossing the big bucks, no matter how many incarnations of those same, exact characters we have seen in a matter of decades and even years).
The fact that we saw Batman given his own, modern trilogy, and then recast and slated to share the title role of the next upcoming movie hardly a year after the Nolan franchise stuttered to a halt is silly enough in itself; no one, even an avid Batman fan, can look at that and have any doubt that this their #1 goal is aggrandizing by recycling the same exact thing because they know audiences will continue to bite. But it adds insult to injury when, on top of this, Superman is given his own film, and Wonder Woman (a respected and equal member of DC’s Golden Trio) is squeezed into the film he will share with Batman. What does it say about this company, that they will give two-thirds of their most popular trio individualized franchises, and exclude the remaining one-third (a female character with an excellent track record in pop culture)?
Nothing good, as far as I’m concerned.