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WARNING: This blog can sometimes be nsfw.

 

I’m expecting my aunt and cousin to come over for today and the doorbell just rang and I opened it without asking who it was and I just did this high-pitched “hellooooooo?” sound into the hallway, but then it wasn’t my aunt but the postman, who looked at me funny. Oops.

I just saw Captain America : The Winter Soldier and I just realized….

iamthedukeofurl:

cassieisnotapie:

Peggy Carter helped found SHIELD after Steve “died”. 

It was founded at the camp that Steve trained at.

On marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Agent Ward says “Someone really wanted our initials to spell SHIELD”

Guys. 

Peggy created and named the entire spy organization after STEVE’S SHIELD. 

OH MY FREAKING GOD.

it gets better.

Peggy Carter was motivated to further acts of heroism by the death of her love interest.

In the Peggy Carter story, Steve Rodgers got Fridged. 

clydesbetterhalf:

bluebirdsandink:

Was anyone else a little bit disappointed that the kick ass Lady Counsel Member turned out to be Natasha? Still love Natasha, but for a few glorious seconds, it was awesome to see an older woman come out of nowhere to kick ass. 

straight up yeah. I thought it was some old agent using her old skills to save the day. I thought we would have another female character in the movie. And I LOVE natasha, but I wish that had happened. 

Bryan Fuller Breaks Down The Homoerotic Charge of "Hannibal" | The Backlot

mugenmine:

TheBacklot: I’ve said to you before that I sometimes expect Hannibal and Will to just start kissing. The scenes are often so intimate. Can you talk about the homoeroticism between these two characters that are not gay?

Bryan Fuller: I’m not sure about Hannibal. I think Hannibal is a very broadly spectrumed human being/fallen angel, who probably is capable and interested in everything humanity has to offer. Whereas Will Graham is very definitely heterosexual, but that does not necessarily prevent us from a homoerotic subtext. It’s practically text in a couple of episodes just because we really want to explore the intimacy of these two men in an unexpected way without sexualizing them, but including a perception of sexuality that the cinema is actually portraying to the audience more than the characters are.

There’s a scene at dinner where we were tackling in the edit bay because it was so transparently homoerotic. They were doing something that was not sex or anywhere near sex, but it was shot so suggestively that they may as well have been. I think that’s the fun of this show, is that particularly at the end of episode eight, which is a very intimate moment between Will and Hannibal where Will crosses a line of sorts, with his own psyche. And Hannibal is there to welcome him on the other side with open arms. And it is, once again, not sexual in any way, shape or context, but the intimacy of the performances and the enthusiasm of Hannibal, and pride of Hannibal as he looks at Will, there is hard to deny an attraction between these men.

And, to be absolutely clear, it is not sexual, but it’s beyond sexual. It is pure intimacy in a non-physical way. But it is that intimacy between heterosexual men that I’m fascinated with because it does go beyond physical parameters to this very primal basic male bonding place. That, as a gay man, I am outside of, because it is unique. Because it is free of a sexuality and/or intimation of sexuality. Yet anyone in the audience who is attracted to either of the men will feel that energy.

(read the entire article here)

Everytime I read something about Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman I either  feel super inspired afterwards or just squeal with delight about their cuteness. Or both.