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thorodnson:

THE GREAT ESCAPE - a doctor who fanmix[ listen ] 

"We could steal time just for one day
We can be heroes for ever and ever
What d’you say?”

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goingloco:

goes in MTMTE tag

"this is all Prowl’s fault"

leaves MTMTE tag

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So, considering how back in RiD #29 Prowl called Bumblebee his best friend - does it mean then he was thinking of him as his Amica Endura?

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dreadqueer:

Literally all she did was point out misognyistic tropes in a video games, and this is the aftermath. Men continually prove feminism correct and necessary.

dreadqueer:

Literally all she did was point out misognyistic tropes in a video games, and this is the aftermath. Men continually prove feminism correct and necessary.

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edlems:

“So, there’s this girl. She’s tragically orphaned and richer than anyone on the planet. Every guy she meets falls in love with her, but in between torrid romances she rejects them all because she dedicated to what is Pure and Good. She has genius level intellect, Olympic-athelete level athletic ability and incredible good looks. She is consumed by terrible angst, but this only makes guys want her more. She has no superhuman abilities, yet she is more competent than her superhuman friends and defeats superhumans with ease. She has unshakably loyal friends and allies, despite the fact she treats them pretty badly. They fear and respect her, and defer to her orders. Everyone is obsessed with her, even her enemies are attracted to her. She can plan ahead for anything and she’s generally right with any conclusion she makes. People who defy her are inevitably wrong. God, what a Mary Sue. I just described Batman.”

http://adventuresofcomicbookgirl.tumblr.com/post/13913540194/mary-sue-what-are-you-or-why-the-concept-of-sue-is (via twerkinshield)

(via carnivaloftherandom)

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Let’s Talk About What Jane Did (TWDG Finale spoilers ahead)

toastyflannel:

It was manipulative, and she lied to Clem and Kenny about AJ dying to bring to a head what had been boiling ever since Duck and Katjaa died.

And I’m glad she did it.

Kenny’s whole descent into madness (or Carver-ness, if you’d rather) made him a fucking synergistic nightmare during the less life-threatening moments for the group. Having a close-to-batshit-crazy man on your side is good when people are shooting at you, not so much when you’re trying to make decisions that benefit everyone without turning it into a shouting match.

Anyway, I’d be more incline to agree with the people that said what Jane did was wrong if Kenny hadn’t proved her entire fucking point by trying to straight up murder her with Clementine right there.

But hold on, cause if you disagree, I think I know where you’re about to go with this.

If you think what Jane did was petty, well, no, it wasn’t. There was nothing childish or impractical about it (if anything, Jane might be the most practical and pragmatic character in the series. Even more so than Molly). She had known this kind of thing would happen with Kenny, but instead of waiting for some other tragedy to occur, she spared Clem and herself the trouble of waiting to see when he’d go crazy because it would happened eventually, and probably sooner rather than later. Instead of a survivor simply beaten down by the horrors of a post-apocalyptic world, he was a walking bomb of post-traumatic stress set to indiscriminately catch anyone too close to him the moment he would have exploded.

And hell, even if you think Clem is the one person he wouldn’t dare purposely hurt, what good is having a child walk through the snowy waste with a man potentially ready to snap at her at any moment? A man who would blame her for the death of Sarita (who was sadly doomed anyway), pressure and yell at her into agreeing with him and pull some unnecessary “Lee tore through half of savannah for you” shit to side with him? Not much I think.  

Telltale will probably find a way to make it work with him in season 3 (if he’s still alive, only saw the endings with Jane), but man, who in their right mind would go with that dude? I mean, he was great and I had hope for him earlier back when people in the fandom (which is strange group to refer to by the way) were coming down on him, but in this episode, he proved himself to be a lost cause. It’s a sad way to go. It’s sad to see him go. But he had to go.

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matesprit:

so i get that it hurts when mutuals unfollow you but you have no right to guilt someone back into following you when they’ve lost interest in your blogs content and they don’t owe you an explanation nor do they owe you an apology for doing it and you have no right to mess with someones feelings for the sole reason of them not being interested in having you on their dashboard anymore

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pidntsmoh:

cause of death : drawing too much Ratchet

pidntsmoh:

cause of death : drawing too much Ratchet

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And so I grew from colt to stallion, as wild and reckless as thunder over the land. Racing with the eagle, soaring with the wind. Flying? There were times I believed I could.

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nooneunimportant:

Let’s face it.

Moffat haters will always find ways to hate him no matter what.

If he uses his own monsters they’ll complain about him only using his own monsters.

If he uses other writer’s monsters, they’ll complain about him getting them wrong, not being creative enough to come up with something on his own, or using them too much.

If he references his own companions, they’ll complain about him only caring about his own characters.

If he references RTD or classic companions, they’ll complain about him making fun of them or getting them wrong.

Same for referencing Doctors.

If he says anything good about his own era, they’ll say he’s gloating and putting down other eras.

If he says anything good about other eras, they’ll say he’s kissing up, mocking them, or simply saying it for the public.

If he introduces a new character, they’ll instantly nitpick to find things wrong and even predict things they think will be written wrong.

If he writes that character complying to the things they hope he’ll do, they find ways to still say he did it wrong.

If he has any major event happen that could change anything in the series before (despite the fact this is a show about time travel and change), they’ll hate the fact he changed things and consider it an offense to that other era.

If he keeps anything the same, they’ll say he’s stealing ideas.

If he doesn’t explain something that happened in an episode, they’ll say he left a plot hole or didn’t have complete writing.

If he explains said event in a later episode, they’ll say he didn’t do it in a good way or he worships his own stories or some other such complaint.

If he writes a strong woman, they’ll call him anti-feminist.

If he writes a weak woman, they’ll call him anti-feminist.

If he writes any woman, they’ll call him anti-feminist.

If he writes any sexuality, they’ll find a way to warp it into a homophobic view.

Basically, I suppose, in the end, I’m saying these things shouldn’t anger me because it’s obvious that, no matter what, they’ll find a way to complain simply because they want to complain. I often have to remind myself of this fact so I won’t fly off the handle as often. They have every right to their opinion, I just wish it wasn’t so blatantly biased and hateful.

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