“When I was little, it was all I wanted to do. I wanted to be an actress and then I grew up and thought, well that’s not a real job. And it also didn’t seem possible, as I didn’t know anyone in the business. It seemed like a dream that was too big and I was too scared to try, in case the dream didn’t come true and it could no longer be my dream. If I could hold onto it as a dream and it is never touched, then it will always be there. Then I realised that not trying is the same as not getting, so I may as well try.”

2,220 notes   •   July 25 2014, 01:29 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

bundle-of-roses:

you are married to your icon for 1 year congrats

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I wanted to see the universe,so I stole a Time Lord and Iran away. And you were theonly one mad enough.

I wanted to see the universe,
so I stole a Time Lord and I
ran away. And you were the
only one mad enough.

4,276 notes   •   July 24 2014, 11:39 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

anneboleyns:

| screencap meme | blackwidowsredledger asked; marvel ladies +  space

254 notes   •   July 24 2014, 10:48 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
#marvel   
thefakehawkeye:

Kamala Khan Masterpost
Here are links to download every issue of Ms. Marvel with Kamala that has come out so far.  You’ll need a CBR/CBZ reading program to open them—I use ComicRack.
Just click the link for the issue you want, then tap the download button, then hit “Download Anyway”. 
1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / ?
to be updated as i remember to, so remind me when a new issue comes out and i’ll update

thefakehawkeye:

Kamala Khan Masterpost

Here are links to download every issue of Ms. Marvel with Kamala that has come out so far.  You’ll need a CBR/CBZ reading program to open them—I use ComicRack.

Just click the link for the issue you want, then tap the download button, then hit “Download Anyway”. 

1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / ?

to be updated as i remember to, so remind me when a new issue comes out and i’ll update

65 notes   •   July 24 2014, 10:32 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
134 notes   •   July 24 2014, 10:21 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
#morgana   #merlin   #merlin bbc   

Sansa and Arya, Catelyn and Ned: Role Switching

how-much-farther-to-go:

In most respects we say that Arya is very like Ned: a skilled fighter, compassionate, loyal, “pack-minded”, and average-looking (or at least, not really called “ugly” except as a sexist insult). She is also very devoted to the old gods and calls herself a “wolf.”

And Sansa is like her mother: diplomatic, well-spoken, dutiful, thinks analytically and is considered very beautiful.

And I absolutely agree with that 100%. But when you go back and look at the text, the Stark sisters switch roles several times. It’s NOT a “Stark” vs. “Tully” sort of thing, it’s just the personality differences between Ned and Catelyn.

This is not a coincidence: Sansa was the closest witness to their father’s death, and will finish his work in the South by defeating Littlefinger and winning allies for her House.

  1. Like her father, Sansa now lives in the Vale, is being mentored there, and has befriended a Baratheon.
  2. After his death, her chapters in ACOK pick up where he left off in descriptions of the royal court. She compares them to “whining dogs”, howling for Joffrey’s approval.
  3. Before meeting Mya, Sansa used to live by a somewhat elitist-tinged southron version of her father’s beliefs about honor and chivalry, and refers to these things frequently, unlike Arya. Ex. In ASOS, she comments that Lothor Apple-Eater is “no true knight” based on his simple, rough clothing.

Arya was the closest witness to their mother’s death and now has all of the skills she needs to finish Cat’s work, and do what UnCat cannot: get justice for her family.

  1. Like her mother, she is now called “Cat” and lives by flowing bodies of water. Huh.
  2. Like her mother, Arya would rather pass up a chance for vengeance to save people she cares about. Ex. Gendry and Hot Pie instead of giving Tywin’s name to Joffrey.
  3. Like her mother, Arya believes in Justice: she judges by more universal concepts of good and bad, not rules of honor. Ex. “A girl has no honor.” (shrugs in response)
  4. EX. Arya thinks that Dareon a “foul heart” at first meeting, only later calls him a “deserter.” Ned’s mind, Dareon would be a bad person because he deserted. In Arya’s mind, it’s the other way around: Dareon deserted because he is a bad person. She decided to kill him on moral grounds, not exactly legal ones.

 On the surface, Arya’s story is about a girl who seeks “honorable” vengeance, when it’s actually about a girl who still believes in fair and good justice.

On the surface, Sansa’s story is about a girl who loses all her faith in honor and chivalry, when it is actually about a girl who still, deep down, believes that those things have a place in politics. A person with decency can still win in the end.

TL;DR how the Stark sisters take after their parents is much more complicated than “one is Ned, the other is Cat.”

146 notes   •   July 24 2014, 08:44 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
kohidrop:

Carol Danvers with palette #16 asked by seevis

kohidrop:

Carol Danvers with palette #16 asked by seevis

810 notes   •   July 24 2014, 08:07 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

The winters are hard. But the Starks will endure. We always have.

5,252 notes   •   July 24 2014, 06:31 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
#starks   #got   
shadowsong-cc:

Finished my shoe modifications just in time for Comic-Con.

shadowsong-cc:

Finished my shoe modifications just in time for Comic-Con.

734 notes   •   July 24 2014, 05:23 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
#hawkeye   #marvel