A: I love it
B: It’s really cute
C: Not a bad ship
D: I’m neutral on it
E: I don’t really like it
N/A: I don’t know the ship well enough
Bring it, people. Send me all the ships.
Long ago, in ancient times, our ancestors spoke of a TV show called “Steven Universe”. Though it disappeared from this world, they prophesied that, one day, it would return to Thursday nights on Cartoon Network. Hark, the stars have aligned, and the loyal see that glorious time is upon us! Steven has returned, as voiced in ancient song, to separate the faithful from the unbelievers and usher in a glorious new age of consistent, weekly new episodes at a reliable 6:30 pm timeslot!!
So new episodes start this Thursday, y’all should go watch.
a motorcycle gang made up of ancient bisexual norse monarchs: the bikings
I JUST REALIZED THAT THIS POST IS 4 PUNS IN ONE OH MY GODDDDD
Punk!Rhodey for Greatmoustachesploosh!
spacekake I thought you would enjoy this bunny that has a guinea pig-esque face
At the DMV also known as
No one sit next to me or talk to me I just want to get this over with
I think that my greatest regret
Is that autocorrect made that post say “field of skills” instead of “field of skulls” and the typo is being reblogged around
These are the things that kill a woman
Re: recent reblogs
I’m glad to see that people are very passionate with this movie and everyone brings up good points.
I think we’ll have to settle for an agree to disagree here. I think the in-between part of the film where Clark is the invisible hero reliving his past and Lois is tracking him down is strongest part. Everything else didn’t resonate with me as much and I just couldn’t engage with the scenes where Zod was on-screen.
But it’s cool to see a fandom rise up to debate something they love.
Also if it wasn’t clear: I was commending Snyder’s character development. Past movies haven’t really convinced me of his ability in this realm, this one did. I would like to see him develop that as he grows as a creative.
@whyswhoswhas said: in comics canon, Jonathan Kent dies of a heart attack, something Clark can’t save him from, and it was a reminder that for all of Clark’s superhuman power, people will still die from mundane things.
Aha thank you
I prefer this version.
Not that Kevin Costner didn’t do a great job during the scene and all but I didn’t love it and it was a weaker part of the movie for me