Joy Seeker

Finding light in the dark world..
Multi-fandom,
Female, 21 years old,
USA, To learn of my Origins, type "origins" on the search bar.

roymaes:

the greatest plan in history

Greatest riot in history!

(via allergymoose)

protector-of-kalos:

Roommate troubles with Dento and Citron:

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"Understand?"

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*sciencing intensifies*

Gold!

dreamscientist:

makomaragi:

i’m

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pretty

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sure

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they’re

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gay

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together

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Subtext everywhere!

(via makomaragi)

mikelpen:

madqueenalanna:

If by some miracle I become a published author, I’m gonna be so shitty to my fanbase, I swear to God. I’m not taking any bullshit. “Why did you draw this character white? Why did you make this guy straight? How did you miss the entire point of the novel you overstuffed cactus?”

I’m gonna get questions like “your novels really underrepresent the straight community, why is that?” and I’ll have to be like “well when I idea for the book my fist was ankle-deep in your mom’s ass so honestly I forgot about the existence of straight people”.

I wish more creators would treat their fans like this. The notion that writers are somehow beholden to catering to their fans is responsible for so much pap.

Not that we fans don’t enjoy fan-service, but sometimes we really do deserve to be told to fuck off.

Yeah, I write what I want. Deal with it!

jaclynxhyde:

hotsytotsy:

stooooooop. 

awesome

I like this logic!

jaclynxhyde:

hotsytotsy:

stooooooop. 

awesome

I like this logic!

(via allergymoose)

acedamian:

queerionthewitch:

i like crossovers but i really like the idea of dc and marvel being fictional in eachothers worlds like the teen titans are gonna go see the avengers at the movies tomorrow on their day out and then beast boys gonna do his best hulk impression all day meanwhile a universe over the young avengers are passing around the lastest batman issue and arguing about who could take batman in a fight

i love this too it is my Headcanon

I like this headcanon!

(via fantastic-nonsense)

princess-peachie:

shoujo-addict:

【性転換】プリンセスくん+α

Extra :

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Jewels is going to freak out when she sees this!

Cute genderbends!

(via kyleboy21da)

holy-trinity5ever:

niqqa-prease:

ruinedchildhood:

Forget the olympics. I watched the Disney Channel games

Why don’t they do this anymore

I just appreciated the fact that they put Corbin Bleu on the blue team

I remember this!

(via jxvalentine)

You don’t really understand an antagonist until you understand why he’s a protagonist in his own version of the world.

John Rogers (via room42)

this…is critical knowledge

(via mudwerks)
It’s all in perspective.
Nobody likes being the bad guy, and rationalization is a hell of a thing the mind can do to itself.

(via victusinveritas)

(via matt0044)

makomaragi:

THINGS THAT ARE NOT OKAY

THINK ABOUT THIS BEFORE YOU DECIDE A POKEMON IS WEAK AND KICK IT OFF YOUR TEAM WOW

You poor babies! T_T *Hugs all of the Pokemon*

lostinmarveluniverse:

"I am not getting stabbed in the name of science." - Darcy Lewis

"I would totally get stabbed for science" - Jane Foster

 I love this two!

Wonder Woman is not Superman. She’s not Thor, and she’s not Xena. She’s a wholly unique entity. She is Princess Diana, peacemaker, healer, ambassador. She’s the champion of Aphrodite, pledged to end humankind’s suffering and conflict by teaching them how to love. It’s Wonder Woman who won the Tournament of Grace and Wonder, and the right to bring peace and love to Man’s World. It’s Wonder Woman who reformed Baroness Von Gunther, a Nazi war criminal. It’s Wonder Woman who was so pure and honest of heart as to withstand the scorching breath of Drakul Karfang. It’s Wonder Woman who withstood blow after blow from an angry Green Lantern while continuing to hold out her hand in friendship.

She has the strength to crush armies and the heart not to use it. She’s a woman who’s never had to fear any man, and therefore never has reason to hate. She has the strength of women, yes, but also the empathy and gentleness of women. She fights not to divide or punish the sexes, but to unite them. She is kind, empathic, curious, fierce, loving, dominating, and utterly fearless. She’s the greatest superhero who ever lived.

Well, that’s who she is to me, anyway.

From this article about Wonder Woman’s characterization over the years. (via fantastic-nonsense)

(via fantastic-nonsense)

solitarybird:

Spoilers for latest Episode N.

Iris and Dent are bound by metallic rings. Iris is pouting and looking indignant: “I didn’t get to battle much!” Dent’s hanging his head and looking very upset. “There’s only room for one spotlight-stealing green-haired guy here…”

N is also bound, lying on the ground, looking troubled and sweating nervously. “Wait, I saved my friend, but essentially doomed the world… oops.”

The ending to that episode in a nutshell.

(via soveryanon)