"I love Coulson. Love him. In the films, he became immediately humanized by the fact that he was a fan of Captain America’s from back in the day. Here, when we have him fully connected to the entire Marvel Universe, we’re going to find out that he has a fan-geek level knowledge of all its characters. That doesn’t mean he idolizes them all or necessarily even likes them all — but the reason there will be so many MU guest-stars is because there’s no better authority on Marvel Earth than Phil Coulson when it comes to figuring out whose powers and skill sets are the perfect complement to any mission."

Mark Waid (via bobbimorsebarton)



*points to favorite character* bisexual

*fandom crying loudly* no…stop……theyre not….they either homogay or heterostraight…..please don’t….

*points to favorite character again* love that bisexual

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  • Agent Flynn: I believe one problem with hiring women is that they are frail and breakable.
  • Agent Carter: Is it possible you're thinking about light bulbs? Or your ego?


Attempted boob grab victims 2k14

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(mylittleredgirl, your tags never disappoint)

I think the perfect representation of this ‘lure you in with funny then BAM FEELS’ vibe the show has, is the episodes Heroes Part 1 and Heroes Part 2. Because the first part is SO FUNNY. Just ridiculous, almost a parody episode in a way, and then the second part rips your heart out and stomps on it then chucks it INTO A SUN it hurts so much.

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Fanart Friday! My two favorite ladies from childhood: Alanna of Trebond and Daine Sarrasri.  

Tamora Pierce was a huge influence on my own story and artwork as a child, and I had to pay my dues for the Ladies of Literature zine.

Flying to Seoul today (then Singapore and Hong Kong), so I won’t be on much. I’ll be back January 5th!

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