Tomb of the Cybermen - Season 5
I get so confused when people on tumblr are like “shipping Johnlock is offensive to queer people”
I am a queer people and I ship Johnlock
Maybe you should not speak for all of us
so i’ve been informed that apparently there’s a lot of ppl who now think Steve is an angel and Cecil is this cruel heartless monster
like actually they’re both still rly good characters that have their own flaws and reacted in a very human way but did you guys miss the part…
I know you don’t like to talk, but you gotta do it for her.
This arc took a total of three scenes in the season (four if you count the scene where she’s not in the visiting room) and it still carried more weight than everything Larry’s dealt with the entire series.
this guy is like 50000x more important than Larry.
Clint Barton and Tony Stark in Hawkeye #06
just started “Dark Places” by Gillian Flynn. Yikes…. and I thought Gone Girl (while amazballs) was rough but this looks even more rough
Slytherin!Harry AU (x)
#slytherin harry would have been the ultimate choice from an authorial perspective#the chosen one coming out of a house disgraced by racism and the dark arts#a living testament to the fact that slytherin house is the fast track to greatness and that good or evil is a CHOICE#also harry already had a brush with slytherin during his sorting and can speak parseltounge and all that awesome stuff#because lets be real harry is brave as hell but hes also cunning, determined to survive#a little duplicitious#and thrives on praise#slytherin harry could be besties with ron AND close to Draco#he could break down interhouse prejudice and be the bright light in a noble house that has fallen into darkness#he could put an end to the honestly awful Griffyndor/Slytherin bullying that GOES BOTH WAYS because screw this idea that you have to choose a side, that you have to compete with people who are different than you#and he could struggle with his inner demons the whole time#because characters that could easily go bad who get up every day choosing to be good will always be more important to me than inhernetly good ones