Princess Samus Aran.
Princess Samus Aran.
when someone takes forever to reply
a girl walks by. I say, ’ I wish I had her legs.’ Suddenly there are a pair of legs in in my hand. People are screaming. What have I done
Warning: This is s freaking long essay. Get some popcorn and soda folks.
Alright, so I finished Amid the Ruins and started browsing tags for the Walking Dead, and I am ridiculously surprised at how many people are hating on Luke for this episode. His actions and reactions to everything throughout the episode made perfect sense relating to his personality and their overall situation, and he is still one of the most greathearted and selfless characters in the entire story. He makes one very human mistake during a time of extreme emotional stress and suddenly he’s being cast as a raging asshole for it.
When you pay attention to his dialogue and body language, he’s obviously exhausted and grieving, yet bottling up everything and trying to hold himself together for the sake of everyone else. No matter how hard he tries, everything just goes wrong and falls apart, and he blames himself for it. He doesn’t have to explicitly state this because the writing shows it through his dialogue, behavior, and reactions to events. It’s a great example of showing instead of telling.
His outburst at the end isn’t because of Jane, it’s because of everything that’s happened over the past couple days, and Jane being the straw that broke the camel’s back. The one thing he had going for him after everything horrible that’s happened suddenly falls apart and he’s hurt and lashing out. He felt betrayed during a time of need, which is an absolutely horrible feeling to cope with.
Yes, he made a mistake, just like everyone else in the entire story has made mistakes. That doesn’t automatically make him a terrible person and discredit every single selfless, brave, and caring thing he’s ever done or said.
I miss these guys.
i’m that kind of person who between two choices always pick the wrong one
by RICARDO RIOS
after that episode of Steven Universe I saw a couple of people with suggesting that the crystal temple statue might be a fusion gem, thought she’d be fun to try drawing out…or well…partially draw out ^^’
“Thralled is an interactive experience about a runaway slave in 18th century Brazil who becomes traumatized over the disappearance of her baby boy,” Oliveira told me as we met in the University of Southern California’s Doheny Memorial Library in the week leading up to this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. “So the whole experience is about going through a historic representation of her memories and trying to find out what happened to the kid.”
Remade a three year-old pic
Happy 25th anniversary MOTHER!