Jen. 33. Refuses to grow up. What to expect: Marvel comics and the MCU, other comics, scifi, Pacific Rim, classic Doctor Who, video games, Instagram photos, feminism, animated tv shows, food, toys, and idiocy.

Currently overdosing on: The X-Files
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Asker sublunarie Asks:
admittedly, I miss your constant rewatch posts. it's kind of sad, because I feel like such an epic rewatch like you've had won't be able to be recreated again for decades.
etonia etonia Said:


I’m just so exhausted by S9 that I don’t have a lot to say about the mytharc episodes other than uggghhhh.

Episodes about Reyes and Doggett, now, I can gush about those. :D

I’m probably going to rewatch Farscape next, but since I do that on a regular basis there won’t be as much flail. Just “oh god, show, you are the best” and “look, puppets!” and “Pilot made me cry again” 


Such a good one. S3 in general is just brilliant. 


what is that alien show with gillian anderson and david duchovny even about?



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I just finished the S3 comedy episode.

Which one? War of the Coprophages? Syzygy? Jose Chung’s From Outer Space?


Everything Brennan says is also something I want to draw so that’s convenient

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I’ve gotta somehow get through Providence.

Maybe if I’m playing Bejeweled on my iPad through the whole thing. 

(Or I decide eff it and skip it.)



Prairie Chicken Portrait (by Jeff Dyck)

do you ever just sit and think about how utterly beautiful and absurd dinosaurs must have looked

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I want more fat characters who aren’t comic relief

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Sea Slicks

Whenever there is an oil spill in the world’s oceans, a sea slick is “born”. Countless animals lose their lives to the thick, clinging clutches of oil, dying miserable, wretchedly drawn-out deaths. Sea slicks are born of the lost souls of those animals and the sludge that bound and choked the life from them. As such, sea slicks are always referred to as “they” and “them” rather than “it”, and it’s said that if you chance upon a sea slick near the surface, their soft, melancholy vocalisations carry the haunting remnants of sea birds and the whispers of shoals of fish.

Despite their fearsome appearances, they are very much docile creatures, preferring to near-constantly swim through the depths and the quiet of the sea they were robbed from. Sea slicks are amortal, being unable to die, as they were never truly what we would call “alive” to begin with. Over time, however, sea slicks do disintegrate, usually over the span of several years, losing pieces of semi-sentient oil to the surface waters.

Ambitious wixes track sea slicks to gather these pieces, as they make especially valuable, durable invisibility cloaks capable of protecting wearers from even the deadliest of spells.

I love this! Modern, industrial fantasy creatures. Wow, so cool!

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Vampire Knight #Manga Release Chart

All the new releases info in one place!

The digital-only exclusive chapter cover isn’t done yet…but…it will be of…Zero…. Shhhhh….. ;)

Oh man those box sets. *grabbyhands*



A UFO caught on tape!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

get out



"You’re not like other girls"

Yes actually I am. Girls are awesome, shut the fuck up.

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Great, now I have to fucking sterilize my new phone with fire when I get it.



Great, now I have to fucking sterilize my new phone with fire when I get it.

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I think what bugs MRAs and guys like them so much about the word “creep” is that it’s the only word they understand means “Game over, you lose.  Don’t ever go near me again.”  Anything else, they feel they can work around, even a flat out “no”, just means “okay try again later” or “maybe it’s not a firm no, let’s see if I can talk my way into her phone number with another 5 minutes of pushing.”

But “creepy” means that their “shot” is over.  If they’re creeping us out, that means anything else they do will just creep us out more.  Pushing the issue will just mean they’re being more of a creep.  It’s over.  She’s never going to be interested.  Goodbye.  It is the ONLY word we have that shuts off all opportunities for them.  It is the only word we have to set our boundaries in stone.

That’s why they’re obsessed with policing it, that’s why they want it to be unusable, or call it a slur, that’s why they keep wanting explanations and claiming creepy is too vague, because they can nitpick and rules lawyer and push against explanations.

If we say they had bad breath, it means pop a breath mint and try again, if we say we’re tired, it means try again tomorrow, if we say we don’t like them, it just means we need to get to know them better, if we say we’re in a relationship, it means wait until it’s over (or try to sabotage it if they pretend they’re our friend), if we just want to be friends, it means for them to wait until another time, if we hate that they’re a transphobe, they’ll try to convince us they’re really not, if we think they’re exotifying us for our race, they’ll try to dictionary fight us about what exotifying means and it’s “just a preference”, if we say we’re gay, they’ll say that we just haven’t met the right guy, if they touched us and we didn’t like it, they’ll try to convince us we’re over sensitive and it’s a compliment, if they were following us around, it was just them really liking us and not stalking.  On and on and on, everything we say and do will be picked apart as to why it is totally okay for them to keep haranguing us and why we objectively mustn’t rule out dating them.

Hell, there are sites upon sites upon sites, and bestselling books teaching men how to push, talk, pressure, confuse, trick, threaten, and nitpick their way past our “nos”, past our explanations, past our boundaries.  To so many guys, “no” (and any variation of no, including all explanations) means “wrong tactic, try again” or “she’s just playing hard to get.”

So we HAVE to say “you’re creeping me out”, because they ARE, because a lot of the behaviours above are creepy, because not leaving us alone is creepy, because anything else we say gets pushed back onto us, and they refuse to respect our boundaries, and that is fucking creepy!  Creepy is the only tool we have to definitively send a message to a guy we’re not interested.  You’re creepy, if you do anything else towards me, you’ll be even creepier, and THAT they do understand.

And that’s why they hate it so much.  That’s why they want to take the word away from us.  And that’s why we can’t let them.  It’s the only tool we have in a society where nothing a woman says to a man to set her boundaries can’t be picked apart by that man and pushed back onto her to defend, and re-defend those boundaries.

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