TPP: False Prophet - Part 2 + Epilogue
//likes False Prophet okay- o|—< ;;;
TPP: False Prophet - Part 1
IDK this thang looked better in my head—
//works on part 2 once lunch is had-
this is not okay i am not okay
I wonder if you could make an interpretation of Hush with Tommy being a manifestation of DID or schizophrenia in Bruce.Similar skill sets despite Tommy lacking Bruce’s training, Tommy shares a name with Bruce’s dad, their mother’s names are similar, both of them are wealthy with dead parents (Tommy could be Bruce feeling responsible for that), other people were unaware of Tommy before Hush, inconsistent details like what kind of surgeon Tommy is and not-quite-sensible reasoning, plus Tommy gets Bruce’s face. Generally I’m a fan of adjusting aspects of canon to make Tommy fit as an independent character but this seems interesting.
The Lego Movie blooper reel.
Still to this day my favorite comic
DARKNESS. NO PARENTS. CONTINUED DARKNESS. THE OPPOSITE OF LIGHT! BLACK HOLE! IN THE BASEMENT! MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT! BLACKED OUT WINDOWS!
I’ve heard people argue that a big part of what makes Batman different from Superman is that Bruce Wayne is just an act and the only meaningful connections he has are in-costume while for Clark it’s sort of the opposite. And Clark out-of-costume has ordinary people who love him.
I actually don’t quite like that angle for both of them, honestly. Like, I can respect it and I think it works fine, but for my personal interpretations I don’t think I’d go there.
I like the idea that for Bruce, he does gravitate toward damaged people and vice versa…but that’s not an absolute. I like the idea that he has more friends than he realizes, and I like the idea that ultimately he does need his life out-of-costume. It’s a huge relief to just be human with people, and I think there’s a lot to examine with the playboy persona and how much of it is or isn’t real. I really like the idea of Bruce actually struggling with the right to be selfish and be happy. To not be a symbol even when his entire life has been building toward it. And I think struggling with his own humanity and connections to people enables him to understand his villains and see them as people. Which is hard, because they’ve done awful things, but they’re also sick and damaged and trapped oftentimes. I think Bruce having empathy is really important, and if his “true” identity is restricted entirely to being a symbol I think he’d lose that.
With Clark, I understand he needs to keep his face bare (to encourage public trust) while donning a metaphorical mask for the persona of Superman. Not lying, but omitting chunks of himself and acting in a very calculated way to avoid abusing his power or inspiring fear in the process of protecting people. And I feel like he can relax in some ways as Clark to act like the normal everyday guy he is (as much as anyone is), except for concealing his true strength and heritage. I think the relationships Clark has out of costume are massively important. However, I also think his dynamics with villains (not just Lex Luthor) should be personal to some degree too. Not necessarily intimate the way that Batman is with his rogues, but I think examining issues like being an outsider, relationships with society and culture, power politics, etc. would be really good. And I think that Clark struggling with the metaphorical mask of Superman and struggling to grasp his enemies as people could be incredibly interesting. I feel like for Superman there should be a lot of fighting for ideals and looking at subjective morality and how it ties into power.
Basically, I think both characters need both aspects of their lives a lot in different ways.
If I punch myself and it hurts, am I too weak or too strong?
Holy fuck this messed me up
TO EVERYONE WHO SAYS DISNEY SEQUELS ARE SHIT, GO WATCH CINDERELLA 2
OKAY LET ME EXPLAIN YA’LL FUCKERS A THING. THIS MOVIE IS GREAT. CINDERELLA HELPS OUT ANASTASIA, WHO WAS A COMPLETE BITCH TO HER FOR MOST OF HER LIFE (AND SHE KNOWS IT), WHEN SHE COULD HAVE EASILY BEEN LIKE AHAHA FUCK YOU N00B AND WALTZED OFF WITH HER BAM SLAMMIN’ BOOTY JAMMIN’ PRINCE.
SHE HELPS ANASTASIA DEFY HER BITCHY CRABAPPLE OF A MOTHER AND GET TOGETHER WITH THIS UNBEARABLY SWEET BAKER DUDE BECAUSE SHE IS SUPER NICE AND FORGIVING. ANASTASIA SHOWS HUGE CHARACTER GROWTH, WHILE STILL RETAINING HER PERSONALITY. IN THE END CINDERELLA DANCES BY WITH THE PRINCE AND THEY SMILE AT EACH OTHER BECAUSE SHE AIN’T EVEN JELLY BECAUSE SHE GOT THE ADORABLE BREAD GUY AND TRUE FUCKIN’ LOVE WHICH IS REALLY ALL SHE EVER WANTED.
Why have i never even heard of this
also Anastasia is pretty much like hey fuck you i do what i want to her mother when she objects to Anastasia seeing the bread dude so thats a plus