A Razorsaw's Edge

agelfeygelach:

i’ll be honest, i kind of want to try to make a costume of this. I barely know anything about regular Ginrai, much less this incarnation, but i’m a big fan of the orange and blue.

Ginrai is basically a 1980’s super robot protagonist as Autobot Supreme Commander.

I love him so.

borrowedphrases:

fidefortitude:

kingloptr:

fruitappreciation:

omg apparently artificial banana flavoring is based on the gros michel banana which was wiped out by a banana plague in the 50s and the banana we eat today is a totally different thing called the cavendish and…

knightofsuperior:

So apparently one of the tracks in the Godzilla 2014 soundtrack is named “To Q Zone”. I just laughed like hell cause I imagined this happening:

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"Shuppatsu Shink-"

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"-oh HELL NO."

Mitsuzane’s love for Mai is not romantic.

Mitsuzane’s affection for her is all about what he wants and what he thinks should happen. He is effectively treating Mai like a porcelain doll that he wants to protect from the reality of what’s happening, not for her own sake, but because she’d stop “smiling” and stop being part of the ideal situation he wants for himself.

Mai is not to blame for what is happening to Micchy. Micchy is to blame for what is happening to Micchy, because she and Kouta aren’t doing what he wants.

Even Kaito flat out told Zack the truth, even though he knew Zack wouldn’t like it. Kouta kept the truth out of intense, soul crushing guilt.  Even Takatora is more upfront about the sacrifices he’s making, even if he justifies it with classist rhetoric.

I’m not saying Mitsuzane isn’t a tragic character. But he’s still behaving in a manner that is ultimately selfish, entitled, and yes - villainous.

straight-from-the-earth:

I was not expecting that last photo

About that heteronormativity post, the OP was talking about Moriarty, not Joan. Thought you might like to know :D

agelfeygelach:

that’s almost more asinine, then. They looked at one of the last remaining clever, original twists that could possibly still be executed with the Holmes mythos, and acted like it was only done for Holmes/Moriarty shipping.

Not to mention the show makes a point that Holmes and Moriarty are a very bad thing together and it also deconstructs the role of Irene Adler and the problematic “Women in Refridgerators” plot device.

agelfeygelach:

Why is Galvatron the size of Greenland?

equally important question: why is the Surfer the size of Hawaiii?

agelfeygelach:

Why is Galvatron the size of Greenland?

equally important question: why is the Surfer the size of Hawaiii?

agelfeygelach:

blackarachnias:

something that’s always fucked me up a little about beast wars is that cheetor is a child soldier.

i mean for pete’s sake everyone in the show mentions how young he is at basically every opportunity, but they never talk about how really fucked up it is for a child to be fighting in a war???  how was cheetor even allowed to be with optimus’s team (and who let him especially) in the first place is what i’d really like to know

being there in the first place is because they weren’t supposed to be at war. It was a time of peace and the Axalon was an exploratory survey vessel, not a warship. And in spite of how much they talk about his youth, he was the equivalent of a twentysomething- old enough to have been a cadet in the security forces.

And even then, the idea of what constitutes a child in the BW setting is incredibly vague, considering half the cast pops out of stasis pods with full mental acuity and a relative maturity equal to at least twenty earth years of life.

agelfeygelach:

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agelfeygelach:

Via the Transformers Facebook page, official photos of the Kre-O Transformers Age of Extinction Micro-Changers assortments- two waves of blind-bagged figures, and four combiners. Those clearer shots of the second batch reveal some interesting details….

Power Surge & Roadhound justify getting their entire teams.

How so? I would have figured that Farside and his dual-wielded bat’leths would be more exciting.

Nah, it’s their neat dinomodes that do it for me. They look like ostriches!

Makes me wonder what Bullhorn is supposed to be, though. With its phasers-for-horns.

I go with “extremely loose interpretation of a carnotaurus”.

agelfeygelach:

Via the Transformers Facebook page, official photos of the Kre-O Transformers Age of Extinction Micro-Changers assortments- two waves of blind-bagged figures, and four combiners. Those clearer shots of the second batch reveal some interesting details….

Skimmer the cycloptic pteranodon is my favorite new character.