APE IN A CAPE: I Feel Weird Even Saying This, But... -
…no, it’s not odd if you are not female and you still like or prefer female-identifying characters. It’s not odd, it’s awesome.
Like what you like, love what you love, be who you want to be. There are always going to be people who are hung up on goofy nonsense and outdated gender politics. It’s…
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there are 3 types of people in the world: those that call him Flynn, those that call him Eugene and those that have no clue what I’m talking about
KAMEN RIDER FANG. (Custom)
Get out of my way I need to get this!!!!
I saw! I want that batmobile!
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Blake doesn’t have a shirt on and is looking all coy.
The Weeping Angels have gone from an incredibly creepy one-off villain into creatures that, like the Daleks before them, have lost any ability to inspire fear. They are only terrifying if they obey the rules that make them feel real … and these angels never do. They attack you in an instant if you blink, but Rory and Amy can look away from them for a good minute to debate how to defeat them without any dire consequences. They zap you back in time if they touch you, unless you’re River Song, in which case they just grab hold of your wrist and don’t let go. They always cover their eyes to protect themselves from being quantum locked, except when they don’t. They turn to stone when observed, but can cross a huge, vibrant city full of people with no problems. They only send people back in time when they are weak, otherwise they just kill them (a la Season 5), but when they’re superpowerful in New York, they stick to the back-in-time plan. And it’s lucky that there are no pictures of New York City landmarks, since an image of an angel is an angel and all. — An interesting criticism of The Weeping Angels by FeministFiction, The Angels Take Manhattan Review (via neighborly)