andrewbreitel:

drcerealmonster:

radock:

small obama chases a much larger version of himself

I guess you can say he was RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT

literally fuck off

andrewbreitel:

drcerealmonster:

radock:

small obama chases a much larger version of himself

I guess you can say he was RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT

literally fuck off

People play in the sandbox they’ve been given. The narratives of Sherlock, Supernatural, Teen Wolf and even One Direction are all dominated by male/male relationships already, with female characters either in the minority or in the background. The fact that there are only three female/female pairings on this list may not just be a comment on fandom itself, so much as a sign of how rare it is to see a television show or movie that focuses heavily on an intense relationship between two women.

'Sherlock,' 'Teen Wolf,' 'Supernatural' among top targets for fanfic writers

Just wanted to pullquote the most insightful part of that dailydot piece from earlier today.

(via kenyatta)

We need mor Rizzoli & Isles viewers. :)

cassandracaindesiresstuff:

nightofthelark:

*singing* Do you see what I see?

Do you see Cloud Godzilla? Because if you see Cloud Godzilla, the answer is yes.

cassandracaindesiresstuff:

nightofthelark:

*singing* Do you see what I see?

Do you see Cloud Godzilla? Because if you see Cloud Godzilla, the answer is yes.

renaroo:

Detective Comics (1937-2011) #796

"—Who’s pathetic now? Huh?!?”

Ouch.

But go Steph!

No, the whole point of a superhero with a secret identity is the dichotomy. Clark Kent shouldn’t be sexy or buff, he should be a nebbishy dork; Bruce Wayne’s public face shouldn’t be grim and foreboding, he should be a spoiled, dissolute playboy. The recent Superman and Batman film franchises have both suffered for forgetting this.

And the whole point of the Hulk is that Bruce Banner isn’t a scary, seething cauldron of rage, at least not most of the time. The transformation into the Hulk only has any power if it comes out of nowhere, if that big green rage monster emerges from the last man in the world you’d expect to raise a hand in anger to anyone.

The ideal Bruce Banner is a cuddly teddy bear, likable in a wussy kind of way. An adorkable loser. Totally harmless…until the moment when he isn’t. And there’s no better actor to portray such a character than scruffy hipster heartthrob Mark Ruffalo.

Arthur Chu, “Model Minority Rage” in The Daily Beast

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