Hello, my name is Maya and I caved to peer pressure and made a tumblr. Maybe someday I'll figure out what the heck I'm doing here. Until then, I will be a hopelessly multi-fandom blog.
Do you ever just sit down to tumblr to waste a few minutes while you’re waiting for something and then the next thing you know you have ten tabs open and you realise you’ve lost control of your life?
Kaldur as a waterbender for anon
and.. a good excuse to put a FAB water tribe coat on him, yeeee
Sherlock AU where the original books actually exist and the show is just about a bunch of really intense LARPers.
How to deal with hostile aliens according to Captain Kirk:
- Preach at it. If that fails,
- Kiss it. If that fails,
- Jump off a wall and hit it in the face with your butt (that never fails)
Just gonna leave this here…
Good night ya’ll! I’m glad it’s finally over, now we wait!
At this point of the book I pushed my face right against the page and whispered into the night:
“I love you, Detritus.”
so you know how sera gamble was always that person fandom would hold up as an example of a good writer but terrible show runner?
stephen moffat is actually that person
Yes, this. I’ve been thinking this for most of the last season. He’s a brilliant writer, imaginative and fun and smart. As a director, he starts losing threads, and screwing up the pacing, and losing track of character details after a bit. He tries, not entirely unsuccessfully, to cover for it by going big and impressive; but in the long run, that compensation just ends up skewing the pacing more. As a showrunner, his faults as a director are magnified.
Case in point: Let’s Kill Hitler.
Supernatural/HiNaBN HEAD CANONS UNDER THE CUT
Good crossover. Yes.
Except… Dean would try to kill them all. Except maybe Veser, they’re all fuglies. Toni’s just a really hot fugly.
Hanna’s a witch, Dots is a zombie, Toni’s a werewolf, Connie’s a vampire. It’s only a matter of time before they start killing people, in Dean’s book.
Veser gets a reprieve because Dean’s never
killed met a selkie, and selkie children don’t have a history of killing people in mythology. Except sometimes their fathers, who frankly deserve it.