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selinakkyle:

comics meme: favorite female characters. (1/?)

↳ jessica drew - spider-woman

 ”Congratulations, Wolverine. You are no longer the most screwed-over human in the history of the entire world.

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msjayjustice:

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shaitsan replied to your post: That feel when you see a post that say…

have you ever cosplayed Monica?

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Yes, I have. Monica Rambeau is my favorite superhero of all time. Stan Lee once called me Monica and I will never forget that moment

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hoenn:

i’ve had quite enough of these painful emotions.

hoenn:

i’ve had quite enough of these painful emotions.

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After its first few seasons, which were more broadly monster-centered, Supernatural has turned its focus heavenward, to the metaphysical ministries of angels and demons. Now, a show that poaches so liberally from every belief system it’s ever met should be able to have some fun here with sexuality and gender. Angels in much of Christian tradition are ungendered beings of pure spirit, so it would make sense for the show’s angels to routinely transgress gender norms in the human bodies they take on as their vessels. It would be a great way to portray the angels’ non-humanity, showing them unwittingly and uncomprehendingly steamrolling over human gender roles because they simply do not know or care about this petty aspect of human life.

Alas, the show takes the lazy way out, adhering to the most narrowly patriarchal interpretation of angel gender. Most of the important angels are male, the female ones are seductive temptresses, and there’s no crossing or blurring of gender boundaries.

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Not Exactly the New ‘Buffy’: The Many Failings Of ‘Supernatural’ [x] by Max Thornton

An excellent, if all too brief, article about SPN’s issues (that does not pretend that Whedon was perfect, above reproach), and one of the few that specifically talk about how ludicrous it is that Angels rigidly adhere to American gender norms.

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Hayley Atwell guest stars as Agent Peggy Carter in Agents of SHIELD 2x01 "Shadows" (x)

Hayley Atwell guest stars as Agent Peggy Carter in Agents of SHIELD 2x01 "Shadows" (x)

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urulokid:

oH YM GOD CONNOR MADE ME A GIF OF THAT GUY I WAS TALKING ABOUT

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LOOK AT HIM

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HE KNOWS SOMETHINGS UP MAN

THIS BROTHER AIN’T HERE FOR ALEXANDER PIERCE’S BULLSHIT

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Make me choose between:

ladyknightwing:

Show: _______ or ________ ?

Character: ________ or _________ ?

Pairing: _________ or _________ ?

Anything: ________ or _________ ?

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My Least Favorite Trope (and this post will include spoilers for The Lego Movie, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Matrix, Western Civilization, and—cod help me—Bulletproof Monk*.) is the thing where there’s an awesome, smart, wonderful, powerful female character who by all rights ought to be the Chosen One and the hero of the movie, who is tasked with taking care of some generally ineffectual male character who is, for reasons of wish fulfillment, actually the person the film focuses on. She mentors him, she teaches him, and she inevitably becomes his girlfriend… and he gets the job she wanted: he gets to be the Chosen One even though she’s obviously far more qualified. And all he has to do to get it and deserve it is Man Up and Take Responsibility.

And that’s it. Every god-damned time. The mere fact of naming the films above and naming the trope gives away the entire plot and character arc of every single movie.

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— Elizabeth Bear - My Least Favorite Trope (via saltbreaker)

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"The apocalypse was quiet. It had a way about it, a certain charm. It could be called graceful. It was taking a long time.

People prepared for an apocalypse that they could take up arms against, bunker down with. People hoarded filtered water, canned corn, dry milk, batteries. They published books on how to get things done in the new post-world, a world that they always imagined as being much like our own, only missing one or two key things. They might imagine, for example, that survivors would reemerge onto a planet stripped of all vegetable and plant life. First, the animals would grow vicious and then starve. It would be important to hoard as many of these animals as possible, pack them in salt and hide them away to keep. You’d want to have a supply of emergency seed to grow in a secure location, maybe using sterilized soil that you had already hoarded. Then you’d want to gather a crew. One muscle man with a heart of gold, a scientist type, an engineer, a child, and somebody that you thought maybe you could love, if you survived long enough to love them."

You, Disappearing by Alexandra Kleeman - Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics (via thymoss)

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liquorandptsdvarietyshow:

Pictured: actual midlife crisis. I have a feeling I may have posted this before but it pretty much always cracks me up. 

liquorandptsdvarietyshow:

Pictured: actual midlife crisis. 

I have a feeling I may have posted this before but it pretty much always cracks me up. 

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ethiopienne:

the dialogue in this movie was instrumental in shaping my sense of humor as a child, i swear.

this movie is beautiful

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How do cats always know when you’re feeling shitty and come sit with you?

Cats are wonderful.

Fuck people, acquire cats.

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fyeahlilbit3point0:

In the thing I’m writing with madmoll, there are two random characters named Kelly Sue and Carol and I’m wondering if that’s too on the nose.

I want to point out for the historical record that fyeahlilbit3point0 explicitly requested two helicopter pilots named Captain Danvers and Captain DeConnick and now he’s getting cold feet.

There’s also a villain that I named Chris Badman (AS A JOKE! AS A JOKE, OKAY?), but he hasn’t made me change it yet.

Basically, we’re playing a dangerous game of Silly Name Chicken and it’s very very funny.