Sailor Moon Crystal, episode 02 “Ami, Sailor Mercury”

MOON! TIARA! BOOMERANG!

"HUNGER" and "Swallow" by Daniel Clarke

Heh, the second one could be me from behind.

Joseon Gunman, episodes 07 & 08

Killing with guns is what I hate the most.  Even if you just carry it for self protection, sooner or later you will end up shooting.  And when you do someone will die; a life can be taken in a single heartbeat.  It’s a cruel ending, with no time to say goodbye.

Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo, episodes 20 “Eugénie” & 21 “The True Identity of the Nobleman”

By the time you read this, I probably won’t be with you anymore.  It recently occurred to me that feelings of love and feelings of hatred can both start out as caring deeply for someone.  It’s sad how quickly love can turn to hate when your feelings are not returned.  I want you to live a life free from hate, Albert.

I’m crying cuz I can’t find a source for this, but it reminds me so much of old Year 24 Group manga! Lovely.
(srsly tho, anyone know who made this?)

I’m crying cuz I can’t find a source for this, but it reminds me so much of old Year 24 Group manga! Lovely.

(srsly tho, anyone know who made this?)

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)

It knows only that it needs, Commander, but like so many of us it does not know what.

Doctor Who, episode 3.08 “Human Nature”

Don’t let me abandon you.

Tags: doctor who

(Source: studioghifli, via kanekism)

Tokyo Ghoul, episode 01 “Tragedy”

It’s said they cannot stomach the taste of human food.

Finished reading: The Other Typist, by Suzanne Rindell
The slope that leads toward insanity has the paradoxical distinction of being both steep and yet undetectable to the person sliding down it.
The prose was really sharp and engaging, but the characters felt very hollow…

Finished reading: The Other Typist, by Suzanne Rindell

The slope that leads toward insanity has the paradoxical distinction of being both steep and yet undetectable to the person sliding down it.

The prose was really sharp and engaging, but the characters felt very hollow…

Joseon Gunman, episodes 5 & 6

A shoujo Anna by Loorae
Artist’s comments: This piece is very personal to me. 
When I started it two months ago, I was in the process of wrapping up a very painful period. I felt that after being blocked due to all the emotion, then was the right time to put those feelings into a piece. I had seen Frozen a few days before, and recognized a lot of Anna’s feelings of loss after Elsa cast her off. What do you do when your sister and best friend suddenly slams the door in your face and leaves your life? It’s like they die in a way, or at least, that’s what I experienced when that happened to me. Yet despite the feeling someone died, strangely enough, there’s no place to go to, to mourn properly. Instead, you’re left with the remnants and the memories, with the anger and the emptiness and all the pain.  With the confusion of someone being irrevocably gone, but still posting facebook messages– Okay, the last one might not be exactly applicable to Frozen. But that was my situation, and my loss. It was the worst time of my life. So when I saw Anna and Elsa’s relationship, it… well. It hit something. So I thought for a while what the most recognizable element was I could visualize – and this is it. This horrible feeling of loss without actual loss. Feeling someone’s presence die inside of you without them really being gone. This question of how to mourn someone who isn’t dead. That was the hardest. I’m happy Disney addressed that pain. Thinking about it and drawing it out over these two months as I’ve come to full recovery has been very therapeutic. I went back to my manga roots for it, which has been very nice. I’m planning a new comic actually! More on that soon. I’m okay now. I just wonder if you can love someone again if they come back against all odds. If you should at all. I wish the movie could have addressed that a little bit more, shown us a little bit more about their dynamic after such alienation. I’m still not sure myself.

A shoujo Anna by Loorae

Artist’s comments: This piece is very personal to me. 


When I started it two months ago, I was in the process of wrapping up a very painful period. I felt that after being blocked due to all the emotion, then was the right time to put those feelings into a piece. I had seen Frozen a few days before, and recognized a lot of Anna’s feelings of loss after Elsa cast her off. What do you do when your sister and best friend suddenly slams the door in your face and leaves your life? It’s like they die in a way, or at least, that’s what I experienced when that happened to me. Yet despite the feeling someone died, strangely enough, there’s no place to go to, to mourn properly. Instead, you’re left with the remnants and the memories, with the anger and the emptiness and all the pain.  With the confusion of someone being irrevocably gone, but still posting facebook messages– Okay, the last one might not be exactly applicable to Frozen. But that was my situation, and my loss. It was the worst time of my life. So when I saw Anna and Elsa’s relationship, it… well. It hit something. So I thought for a while what the most recognizable element was I could visualize – and this is it. This horrible feeling of loss without actual loss. Feeling someone’s presence die inside of you without them really being gone. This question of how to mourn someone who isn’t dead. That was the hardest. I’m happy Disney addressed that pain. Thinking about it and drawing it out over these two months as I’ve come to full recovery has been very therapeutic. I went back to my manga roots for it, which has been very nice. I’m planning a new comic actually! More on that soon. 

I’m okay now. I just wonder if you can love someone again if they come back against all odds. If you should at all. I wish the movie could have addressed that a little bit more, shown us a little bit more about their dynamic after such alienation. I’m still not sure myself.

Now that I’ve (hehe finally) finished TOS, let me just take a minute to bask in all its glory…

(Source: trekgate, via startrekgifs)

Tags: star trek tos

Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo, episodes 18 “The Duel” & 19 “Even If I Cease to Be Myself”

A rage that is only permitted by youth, a pure and unadulterated rage…

Star Trek, episode 3.24 “Turnabout Intruder” (FINAL)
No, I am not Captain Kirk, that is very apparent.  I claim that whatever it is that makes James Kirk a living being, special to himself, is being held here in this body.

Star Trek, episode 3.24 “Turnabout Intruder” (FINAL)

No, I am not Captain Kirk, that is very apparent.  I claim that whatever it is that makes James Kirk a living being, special to himself, is being held here in this body.