“The costume’s a bit much. So tight! The confidence! I can feel the righteousness surging! Hey, want to have a rousing discussion about truth, honour, patriotism? God bless Ameri-”—Anyone who’s seen Thor 2 knows this glorious scene. (via pandemoinum)
BUT THE FACT THAT THOR KNEW THAT LOKI WAS HURTING TOO AND HE TOLD HIM TO STOP PLAYING GAMES AND THEN YOU SEE HOW LOKI WAS HIDING HIS TRUE FEELINGS AND TRANSITIONS FROM A WELL LOOKING VERSION TO A HURT, BROKEN AND BLEEDING LOKI
do you ever imagine how angsty Raffe and Penryn’s reunion scene will be when he finds out she’s alive in World After?
YOU GUYS WILL DEFINITELY LOVE IT. I suggest that when you get the chance to read World After, savor every scene that they’re together. Every word. Read it over and over again. Read slowly. Pay close attention to every detail. BECAUSE YOU WILL NEVER GET ENOUGH OF THEM.
I’m so sympathetic of Reyna because I can relate to the bitterness and sense of betrayal she has due to past events in her life and her absolute disbelief that anything in her life could possibly ever go right because of it.
I know the feel girl. I know.
I finished reading House of Hades yesterday, and yeah … haven’t gotten over it yet. Might need a week or so before I can move on. But Zeus, Reyna that poor queen. She’s barely in the book. She’s, like, there for only 20 pages (or less) but she stands out the most! Along with Nico and Leo of course. And Percabeth. But yeah, you get my point. She’s a minor character, but somehow she has managed to steal the spot from the others of the seven. She is that BAMF.
I still don’t understand how Jason was such a nice person to Nico but at the same time such a shitty friend to Reyna, Dakota, Bobby and so on. He didn’t even console Reyna when her pegasus died, and showed almost no concern at all about her crossing the Mare Nostrum on her own. I mean, they’re supposed to be friends for years. :(
I’ve only seen him on Resident Evil: Afterlife but loved him since. I mean, he’s hot, isn’t he? Then I read from articles on the internet that he’s gay… and love him more. His story was heartbreaking; I literally teared up. I’m loving more and more homosexuals now.
“Speaking the right way, standing the right way, holding your wrist the right way… Every day was a test and there was a thousand ways to fail. A thousand ways to portray yourself to not live up to someone else’s standards of what was accepted.”—Wentworth Miller (via yourenotasleep)