her body parts are different every single time she changes shapes
that is the idea of a shapeshifter
That is the best answer.
Street Fighter fan art by Phuwadon Thongnoum
I am torn between being very pleased by this art, and being a little disturbed at how Cammy was made even more of a butt-with-legs than usual.
#i feel like a lot of people try and turn the hunger games into some big katniss picking between peeta and gale when in reality the entire book is katniss making her choice over and over again. prim. it’s always prim. the only person she KNOWS she loves.
she and dean would get along
you did not just
oh FUCK HUNGER GAMES AU DEAN WOULD VOLUNTEER FOR SAM IN A HEART BEAT ARE YOU KIDDING ME NO FUCKING HESITATION HE WOULD MARCH TO THE STAGE AND STAND WITH HIS JAW CLENCHED AND MURDER IN HIS EYES AND LATER WHEN HE SAYS HIS GOODBYES HE’D HUG SAMMY AND TELL HIM “DON’T WORRY, I’LL BE BACK SOON”
there wouldn’t even be a fake romantic subplot to help him survive he would rip people’s throats out with his bare hands even before he got his hands on a weapon, no mercy, with that same furious set to his jaw as he had on reaping day because no one is gonna keep him from getting home to Sammy.
holy crap yes
I don’t even watch Supernatural but that sounds fucking awesome.
Have you ever looked at someone you have known for years and thought:
How have you survived being you?
T-Kun Morning (tee-koon môr-ning) - A particularly abhorrent quality in a morning, in which one awakens unusually, even unhealthily early without reason. To be considered a “true” T-Kun Morning, one must also suffer from a purely bodily inability to return to sleep, despite any mental or spiritual wish to do so.
Side effects may include: Swearing, irritability, disrupted internal clock, loss of faith in a just and forgiving god.
I need these for when I become a post-apocalyptic warrior princess
LOL Watch for the writing on the chalk board.
amazingly real and legit
oh my god this is so amazing just look at the writing on the board
oooh my god.
i dont know what i expected omfg
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So I just started reading Monster, written and drawn by Naoki Urasawa. I’ve only read one other work of his: Pluto, which was so good I read it all night instead of sleeping. And I think what I like best about his work is that he isn’t afraid to ignore the well-rutted paths of narrative that so many other stories travel. It’s certainly amazing when a story takes familiar tropes and makes them fresh and new through pacing, art, or characterization. But to travel unfettered into completely unfamiliar territory gives his writing this wonderful draw, no matter how dark or depressing the story becomes (and it becomes very, very dark). It’s like every other manga I read these days walks the same network of roads, and both times I’ve picked up Urasawa’s work it has felt like flying.