queenrhaenyra:

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ninasharpsrighthand:

Me: OB gets a Season 3? Let me write something that expresses how I feel.

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Twenty minutes later:

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Because there aren’t enough words to express my emotions right now.

everything that’s happened to us, all the stuff we’ve done… are we gonna tell them the truth? we’re gonna tell them who we are.

but how do you say that? who are we?

Guardians Of The Galaxy #24 (2010)

With all of the Supernatural spoilers and news from San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC), demon-Dean-Winchester seems to be grabbing people’s attention. The sizzle reel, which showed a few clips of the third episode of the 10th season, clearly showed how much the character has changed.
His favourite songs used to be a tie between Led Zeppelin’s “Ramble On” and “Traveling Riverside Blues”, both steeped in a fair amount of meta-analysis related to his character, but what’s demon-Dean’s theme song now?
READ MORE: Empty Orchestra: The Songs of Dean Winchester

With all of the Supernatural spoilers and news from San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC), demon-Dean-Winchester seems to be grabbing people’s attention. The sizzle reel, which showed a few clips of the third episode of the 10th season, clearly showed how much the character has changed.

His favourite songs used to be a tie between Led Zeppelin’s “Ramble On” and “Traveling Riverside Blues”, both steeped in a fair amount of meta-analysis related to his character, but what’s demon-Dean’s theme song now?

READ MORE: Empty Orchestra: The Songs of Dean Winchester

“But Curran and Murray, both skilled at playing coiled fury, bring twisted vitality into the Tarr’s relationship in every scene they play. These are people who thrive on resentment, secrets and power trips, but express their fury in radically different ways. Stahma has the demure manner of a geisha but is every bit the Khaleesi under the surface. All in all, Defiance is doing an admirable job of adding dimensions and levels to all of its characters; for instance, if you liked Miss Rosa on Season 2 of Orange Is the New Black, you’ll likely love the prickly Doc Yewll on Defiance, who gets a much deserved turn in the spotlight soon.”
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From 'Extant' and 'The Strain': One is Worth a Look (But Don't Forget 'Defiance' and 'Penny Dreadful') on Huffington Post

Disclaimer: Opinions expressed in the linked article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Emma, Jessi, or any other contributor at genretvforall.

This week’s manga of Naruto had to be the worst filler issue in the entire series. With the final arc already in motion, it felt as if Kishimoto was deliberately dragging the story for a character that no one really cared about. The story could have been told in three panels rather than a whole issue.
READ MORE: Naruto x 687 Review: I Know You Will

This week’s manga of Naruto had to be the worst filler issue in the entire series. With the final arc already in motion, it felt as if Kishimoto was deliberately dragging the story for a character that no one really cared about. The story could have been told in three panels rather than a whole issue.

READ MORE: Naruto x 687 Review: I Know You Will

Love Stage!! keeps getting better and better with each episode.  Unfortunately, this episode did fall into one of the tropes that’s so prevalent throughout the yaoi and shonen-ai genres with the introduction of a scene that stands precariously on the corner of non-consensual and dubiously-consensual.  It’s a trope I try very hard to avoid, but it’s so common in this genre that it seems to pop up even in the most lighthearted shows that I come across.  Moving past that ‘incident,’ the episode delivered all the things I’ve begun to enjoy about the characters in this universe and continues to offer a very appealing artistic style.
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode had a dubiously consensual sexual scene.  Proceed with caution.
READ MORE: Love Stage!! 1×3 Review: If It Had Only Been A Dream

Love Stage!! keeps getting better and better with each episode.  Unfortunately, this episode did fall into one of the tropes that’s so prevalent throughout the yaoi and shonen-ai genres with the introduction of a scene that stands precariously on the corner of non-consensual and dubiously-consensual.  It’s a trope I try very hard to avoid, but it’s so common in this genre that it seems to pop up even in the most lighthearted shows that I come across.  Moving past that ‘incident,’ the episode delivered all the things I’ve begun to enjoy about the characters in this universe and continues to offer a very appealing artistic style.

TRIGGER WARNING: This episode had a dubiously consensual sexual scene.  Proceed with caution.

READ MORE: Love Stage!! 1×3 Review: If It Had Only Been A Dream

geoffrox:

She’s pushed me. She’s pushed me physically because I never imagined doing the sort of things that Michonne makes me do. You’re dealing with a character who has shut down emotionally, and that’s fascinating to play. She definitely has challenged me in every possible way; physically, emotionally…mentally. There are ways that she thinks that I don’t think. She always expects to win everything she does. She anticipates something and steps into it and also has insanely sharp instincts. | Danai Gurira on Michonne (x)

geoffrox:

She’s pushed me. She’s pushed me physically because I never imagined doing the sort of things that Michonne makes me do. You’re dealing with a character who has shut down emotionally, and that’s fascinating to play. She definitely has challenged me in every possible way; physically, emotionally…mentally. There are ways that she thinks that I don’t think. She always expects to win everything she does. She anticipates something and steps into it and also has insanely sharp instincts. | Danai Gurira on Michonne (x)