what if khan’s blood does eventually turn kirk into a homicidal madman and that’s how we get mirrorverse kirk
You sing. You dance. You act. You basically do everything. Is there anything you can’t do?
The seed of the prophet shall sit the throne
brand drown in flame the mountains of man
every deleted scene from the thor movies is a treasure and should never have ended up on the cutting room floor
Simon rose up. He moved with incredible speed, knocking Jace sideways and rolling on top of him. Jace’s head hit the metal floor, his ears ringing as Simon’s teeth sank into his neck. He tried to twist away, but the other boy’s arms were like iron bars, pinning him to the ground, fingers digging into his shoulders.
But Simon wasn’t hurting him—not really—the pain that had started out sharp faded to a sort of dull burn, pleasant the way the burn of the stele was sometimes pleasant. A drowsy sense of peace stole through Jace’s veins and he felt his muscles relax; the hands that had been trying to push Simon away a moment ago now pressed him closer. He could feel the beat of his own heart, feel it slowing, its hammering fading to a softer echo. A shimmering darkness crept in at the corners of his vision, beautiful and strange. Jace closed his eyes—
Pain lanced through his neck. He gasped and his eyes flew open; Simon was sitting up on him, staring down with wide eyes, his hand across his own mouth. Simon’s wounds were gone, though fresh blood stained the front of his shirt.
Jace could feel the pain of his bruised shoulders again, the slash across his wrist, his punctured throat. He could no longer hear his heart beating, but knew it was slamming away inside his chest.,
Simon took his hand away from his mouth. The fangs were gone. “I could have killed you,” he said. There was a sort of pleading in his voice.
“I would have let you,” said Jace.
- The Mortal Instruments: City of Ashes (Chapter 19: Dies Irae)
* pretty sure Simon’s not wearing glasses during this scene but i just feel like adding them. Tried to make it more dramatic with the cracked lens but I suck at making that effect lol.
The adorable and unlikely friendship between a fox and a dog that’s being turned into a children’s fairytale book
Photographer Torgeir Berge
Now my favourite gif.
turn down for what
I knew [In The Flesh] was a beautiful, beautiful, original script. Beautifully written and it was very original and different from anything else., I knew that. But I didn’t quite expect the following it would gain around the world and stuff. That’s totally mad and really exciting.