Lasko speaks of the Lasko things. (And Wayfinder)

therothwoman:

cleowho:

Battlefield - season 26 - 1989

seven tho

YES. YES. SEVEN. GOOD. I JUST. YES.

therothwoman:

scootinfrooti:

today is a day to PLUG PEOPLE/THING I ADORE so GUESS WHAT

big finish has decided to release a FREE BIG FINISH AUDIO starring PETER DAVISON as the FIFTH DOCTOR and some EVIL NOT-FURBYS as the BIG BAD

i CANNOT STOP CAPSLOCKING for EMPHASIS

AWW YISS CUDDLESOME IS WONDERFULLY BONKERS

(seriously though it’s literally about Five fighting evil Furby expys who are so 90s it hurts GO LISTEN IT’S GREAT)

This is the Audiodrama that got me interested in Big Finish, it’s seriously great! ALL OF YOU LISTEN TO IT.

therothwoman:

zagreus-taking-time-apart:

boomgoesthenitro:

[ You have no idea how much I love this photo. ] 

'I don't know him.'

This looks like the poster for an awkward ’80s family comedy film.

This makes me happy.

therothwoman:

zagreus-taking-time-apart:

boomgoesthenitro:

[ You have no idea how much I love this photo. ] 

'I don't know him.'

This looks like the poster for an awkward ’80s family comedy film.

This makes me happy.

One of the best Superman moments never appeared in a Superman comic. A 2008 issue of Nightwing included a scene of Superman and Nightwing talking in a dark, after hours Central Park. A security guard, flashlight in hand, tells them to scatter before he realises whom he’s addressing. ‘Oh, hey, jeez, Superman, Nightwing, my bad,’ he stammers, mortified by his own mistake. ‘The park can’t get any safer having you guy guys patrolling it, can it?’

Superman doesn’t miss a beat. ‘You mean having the three of us patrolling it,’ he answers. That’s it. That’s Superman. And he doesn’t deliver the line with a sarcastic eye roll or a sly ‘can-you-believe-this-guy?’ wink in Nightwing’s direction. Superman is just stating the facts. When he looks at this man, he doesn’t see an interloper or a pretender. He sees a peer.

That’s life in Superman’s world, here the most powerful being on the planet is glad to call you a friend as long as you work hard and help others. The ability to leap tall buildings in a single bound has nothing to do with it. Born on Krypton but raised in Kansas, Superman is a small-town boy who never developed a shell of big-city cynicism.

Critics sometimes throw jabs at the character, saying that Superman’s off-the-scale power makes him hard to relate to. Not true. Superman is just Clark Kent from Smallville at heart and he’d happily munch on a burger chatting with you about football prospects.

Superman’s humble roots enable him to empathize with all people from the mighty to the meek. He’s not Superman because he has the power to take over the world, He’s Superman because he won’t.

The very first super hero is the one with the biggest heart. After 75 years we’re all still looking up in the sky.

Daniel Wallace (via koromons)

This is the panel mentioned:

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(via jolioiseau)

atopfourthwall:

alexis-royce:

Read all three parts over here: http://fav.me/d78mv58

Whoo! Kind of hard to believe that first gen only lasted two weeks. Anyway, here’s the end of Red’s journey, the way I see it.

I’m really looking forward to seeing what people come up with for Crystal, and I’m 100% in the camp that it should have its own mythos and in-jokes. Save the revival of old memes for when we see Red again. Until that point, it’s J-Down’s time to shine. New gen, new world and all that.


Definitely one of my favorite fanarts/stories to come from Twitch Plays Pokémon.  ^_^

This webcomic is really great.

katyanoctis:



But you can’t judge a book by its cover, dammit!
In actuality, the grave seriousness of Animorphs is what stands out most in my memories. This isn’t 10,000 pages of kids turning into butterflies. It’s a 10,000 page chronicling of war, and the central themes of the series are appropriately aligned with that subject matter. Once you’ve suspended your disbelief and firmly settled yourself into the bizarre sci-fi nature of the material, what you’ve got is five teenagers who struggle with things like dehumanization, the responsibility or leadership, sanity, insanity and morality. It is told with the horror of actual war, where the battle is not only physical, but mental as well. Is it right to kill unarmed enemies? Is it right to ask a team member and friend to carry out a dangerous mission? Is it right to retreat, to continue, to do anything?
Horrible things happen with surprising frequency in this series. Characters you’ve grown attached to have mental break-downs, crumble under the pressure, cease to be heroes. In fact, a lot of this series serves to debunk childish notions of battle and war as being something magnificent and heroic. The battles that are fought are not great feats or victories, but rather a series of jumbled, confusing actions that leave regret and sickness in the hearts of those who fought. Each decision, whether in the heat of battle or for the greater good, comes later to haunt the character who made it, and they forever feel the weight of their actions and their own short-comings.

via Why Animorphs is possibly the greatest sci-fi story ever told.

I never finished the series but I was SUPER into it for a long time. It really was well done and didn’t dumb things down into super black and white.

So true Yo!

katyanoctis:

But you can’t judge a book by its cover, dammit!

In actuality, the grave seriousness of Animorphs is what stands out most in my memories. This isn’t 10,000 pages of kids turning into butterflies. It’s a 10,000 page chronicling of war, and the central themes of the series are appropriately aligned with that subject matter. Once you’ve suspended your disbelief and firmly settled yourself into the bizarre sci-fi nature of the material, what you’ve got is five teenagers who struggle with things like dehumanization, the responsibility or leadership, sanity, insanity and morality. It is told with the horror of actual war, where the battle is not only physical, but mental as well. Is it right to kill unarmed enemies? Is it right to ask a team member and friend to carry out a dangerous mission? Is it right to retreat, to continue, to do anything?

Horrible things happen with surprising frequency in this series. Characters you’ve grown attached to have mental break-downs, crumble under the pressure, cease to be heroes. In fact, a lot of this series serves to debunk childish notions of battle and war as being something magnificent and heroic. The battles that are fought are not great feats or victories, but rather a series of jumbled, confusing actions that leave regret and sickness in the hearts of those who fought. Each decision, whether in the heat of battle or for the greater good, comes later to haunt the character who made it, and they forever feel the weight of their actions and their own short-comings.

via Why Animorphs is possibly the greatest sci-fi story ever told.

I never finished the series but I was SUPER into it for a long time. It really was well done and didn’t dumb things down into super black and white.

So true Yo!

therothwoman:

because I listen to it and I just

think about it

these people in the ’80s loved their show so much that their reaction to its possible cancellation was

hey

lets get together and make a big cheesy song about it

And don’t get me wrong I know perfectly well that it’s not a good song

"when they…

momazhari:

im-mr-brightside:

burn-down-the-world:

This was the single funniest thing I have ever seen a president do.

I’M STILL LAUGHING.

I will never not reblog this.

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Let’s all take a moment to remember that Obama actually fucking did this omg 

therothwoman:

culumacilinte:

halorvic:

Master of subtlety.

Bahaha, oh, Master. Funny because yeeeah, those are basically his lines.

"Come on, Doctor, pleeeeaaaase? Please play Overlords with meeeee?"

GORGEOUS.

therothwoman:

culumacilinte:

halorvic:

Master of subtlety.

Bahaha, oh, Master. Funny because yeeeah, those are basically his lines.

"Come on, Doctor, pleeeeaaaase? Please play Overlords with meeeee?"

GORGEOUS.

errors-dot-albi:

jakface:

I’ve seen my share of “fake geek girl” shaming, and just thought having a Fairy Gamer Momma to come to the rescue would be nice. I know they exist, I’ve met plenty who are amazing and could beat my ass at any version of Mario Kart. Give the Gamer Momma in your life a big hug! :D

hell yea

I love this