if you do not feel comforted or empowered by queer headcanons, i’m sorry to hear that and i hope you can find inspiration elsewhere. but for many people- the majority of them queer themselves- headcanoning, interpreting, or depicting their favorite characters as queer is how they express themselves and find comfort and positivity in fandoms. and that is something that absolutely deserves to be respected and protected from people that would ruin it for them.
Where is the Sailor Moon reboot I was promised?! >:O
This paper will come to be known as the greatest example of irony throughout all of eternity.
I went thrift shopping today and found this shirt and I honestly think it’s a sign sent from above
“So you’re not entirely fearless, Batter.”
((I have no idea how to draw roller coasters plz forgive))
Ok. I noticed something when I was re-watching the series a while ago.
Remember in episode 10, when both Madoka and Homura are about to become witches? Homura asks if Madoka has any grief seeds. Madoka says that she didn’t have any. But she later pulls out one after Homura is done talking about becoming a witch.
Looking closer at it. I noticed that it is Sayaka’s grief seed.
i tried to emulate mortis ghost’s crazy sketch lines but i just couldn’t do it (it was a really refreshing break from usual neat lines though, everyone should try it)
batter stop that’s rude
shout out to girls with harsh voices and boys with fat thighs and to people who dont like a tv show but will still watch it with a good attitude if their friend wants to watch it and shout out to people who only rarely talk to their pets in baby voices and also to people who laugh at their own jokes and people who draw angry eyebrows on billboards i love you all
The year is 2063. Sherlock season three is out. The Doctor Who fandom are celebrating the 100th anniversary special. Legend of Korra is done and dusted. Gil’s backstory has not been finished yet.
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