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Week Ending April 22nd, 2019

  1. Gendrya +11
    Gendry & Arya Stark, Game of Thrones
  2. Jonsa +1
    Jon Snow & Sansa Stark, Game of Thrones
  3. Malec −1
    Magnus Bane & Alec Lightwood, Shadowhunters
  4. Reylo −3
    Rey & Kylo Ren, the Star Wars universe
  5. Jonerys +8
    Jon Snow & Daenerys Targaryen, Game of Thrones
  6. Juliantina −1
    Juliana Valdés & Valentina Carvajal, Amar a muerte
  7. Kiribaku +3
    Kirishima Eijirou & Bakugou Katsuki, Boku No Hero Academia
  8. Jikook −1
    Park Jimin & Jeon Jungkook, BTS
  9. Klance −1
    Keith & Lance, Voltron: Legendary Defender
  10. Malex
    Michael Guerin & Alex Manes, Roswell, New Mexico
  11. Incantava −5
    Edoardo Incanti & Eleonora Sava, SKAM Italia
  12. Tododeku +8
    Todoroki Shouto & Midoriya Izuku, Boku No Hero Academia
  13. Catradora +3
    Catra & Adora, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power
  14. Bakudeku +3
    Bakugou Katsuki & Midoriya Izuku, Boku No Hero Academia
  15. Stony −6
    Steve Rogers & Tony Stark, the Marvel universe
  16. Destiel −2
    Dean Winchester & Castiel, Supernatural
  17. Stucky
    Steve Rogers & Bucky Barnes, the Marvel universe
  18. Bumbleby
    Yang Xiao Long & Blake Belladonna, RWBY
  19. Gency
    Genji & Mercy, Overwatch
  20. Supercorp
    Kara Danvers & Lena Luthor, Supergirl

The number in italics indicates how many spots a ship moved up or down from the previous week. The ones in bold weren’t on the list last week.

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TV Shows

Week Ending April 22nd, 2019

  1. Game of Thrones +1
  2. Druck −1
  3. SKAM France
  4. SKAM Italia
  5. The Magicians +6
  6. Skam España +4
  7. The Umbrella Academy −2
  8. Moominvalley +4
  9. SKAM Netherlands −2
  10. Killing Eve −1
  11. Shadowhunters +2
  12. Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir −6
  13. Supernatural +1
  14. Steven Universe +2
  15. Tangled: The Series
  16. SKAM Austin −1
  17. Brooklyn Nine-Nine +1
  18. SKAM −1
  19. Star vs. the Forces of Evil
  20. Roswell, New Mexico

The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last week.

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Anime & Manga

Week Ending April 22nd, 2019

  1. Boku no Hero Academia +1
  2. Mob Psycho 100 −1
  3. Fruits Basket
  4. 19 Days +8
  5. Bungou Stray Dogs −1
  6. The Promised Neverland +1
  7. Dororo −2
  8. One Piece
  9. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
  10. One Punch Man −2
  11. Fairy Tail
  12. Sailor Moon −2
  13. Sarazanmai +2
  14. Mo Dao Zu Shi −1
  15. Haikyuu!! +1
  16. Hetalia +2
  17. Hunter x Hunter +3
  18. Black Butler
  19. Yuri!!! on Ice −5
  20. Boruto: Naruto Next Generations −3

The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last week.

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Video Games

Week Ending April 22nd, 2019

  1. Overwatch +1
  2. Persona 5 +15
  3. Choices
  4. Minecraft −3
  5. The Arcana — A Story of Mystery and Romance
  6. Devil May Cry 5 −2
  7. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
  8. The Sims 4 −1
  9. Ace Attorney
  10. Stardew Valley −1
  11. Undertale +1
  12. Fire Emblem Heroes −4
  13. Borderlands 3 −7
  14. Cookie Run +1
  15. Splatoon +1
  16. Hollow Knight −2
  17. The Walking Dead −7
  18. Red Dead Redemption 2 −7
  19. Flight Rising
  20. Mortal Kombat 11 −2

The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last week.

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Week Ending April 22nd, 2019

  1. Avengers: Endgame
  2. Captain Marvel
  3. Shazam! +3
  4. Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker
  5. Avengers: Infinity War +2
  6. The Lion King −3
  7. Detective Pikachu −2 
  8. Bohemian Rhapsody +2
  9. Guava Island +4
  10. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse +2
  11. Lord of the Rings +7
  12. Venom +3
  13. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World −4
  14. Black Panther −3
  15. Unicorn Store −7
  16. The Dirt −2
  17. Hellboy
  18. Doctor Strange −2
  19. After
  20. Wonder Woman −3

The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last week.

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Week Ending April 22nd, 2019

  1. Brie Larson +1
  2. Chris Evans −1
  3. Chris Hemsworth
  4. Robert Downey Jr.
  5. Sebastian Stan +1
  6. Tom Holland −1
  7. Tom Hiddleston
  8. Daisy Ridley +8
  9. Sophie Turner
  10. Kit Harington +7
  11. Jeremy Renner
  12. Ben Hardy −4
  13. Adam Driver +1
  14. Emilia Clarke +4
  15. Chelsea Peretti
  16. Joe Mazzello −1
  17. Oscar Isaac −7
  18. John Boyega
  19. Robert Sheehan
  20. Maisie Williams

The number in italics indicates how many spots a name moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded names weren’t on the list last week.

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Web Stuff

Week Ending April 22nd, 2019

  1. Homestuck
  2. Critical Role
  3. Jacksepticeye
  4. RWBY +1
  5. Sanders Sides −1
  6. BuzzFeed Unsolved +1
  7. The Adventure Zone +2
  8. Team StarKid
  9. Markiplier −3
  10. Peepee the Cat
  11. David Dobrik +1
  12. AmazingPhil +7
  13. The Dolan Twins +1
  14. My Brother, My Brother and Me −3
  15. Achievement Hunter +1
  16. Hazbin Hotel −3
  17. Unraveled −9
  18. The Magnus Archives
  19. Jenna Marbles
  20. Daniel Howell −3

The number in italics indicates how many spots a name or title moved up or down from the previous week. The ones in bold weren’t on the list last week.

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Musical Acts

Week Ending April 22nd, 2019

  1. BTS
  2. Taylor Swift
  3. Stray Kids
  4. Mitski +32
  5. Beyoncé +6
  6. Shawn Mendes
  8. Queen −3
  9. Monsta X +1
  10. EXO −3
  11. NCT 127 +6
  12. Harry Styles −3
  13. Rihanna
  14. Billie Eilish −2
  15. Hozier −7
  16. Ariana Grande +6
  17. SEVENTEEN −1
  18. TWICE +3
  19. GOT7 −4
  20. ATEEZ −2
  21. SHINee −1
  22. 5 Seconds of Summer +4
  23. WayV −9
  24. Taemin +16
  25. NCT Dream
  26. The Weeknd +3
  27. Lil Peep +3
  28. Twenty One Pilots −5
  29. Childish Gambino
  30. Mamamoo +7
  31. Red Velvet +4
  32. Lil Pump −4
  33. Lana Del Rey +1
  34. Frank Ocean
  35. LOOΠΔ −8
  36. DAY6
  37. Halsey −18
  38. Janelle Monáe
  39. Selena Gomez −7
  40. Mötley Crüe

The number in italics indicates how many spots a name moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded names weren’t on the list last week.

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The night is dark and full of spoilers.

A new episode of Game of Thrones aired on Sunday—we’re interrupting this Week in Review with a friendly reminder to tag your spoilers! The Magicians season finale had a major plot event that sent Tumblr reeling. Taylor Swift upped her social media game, teasing something on Friday. This is Tumblr’s Week in Review.

  1. Game of Thrones
  2. Druck
  3. BTS
  4. Sansa Stark | Game of Thrones
  5. Marvel
  6. Jon Snow | Game of Thrones
  7. Homestuck
  8. Star Wars
  9. Artists on Tumblr
  10. Arya Stark | Game of Thrones
  11. Jungkook | BTS
  12. Boku no Hero Academia
  13. Critical Role
  14. SKAM France
  15. Taylor Swift
  16. SKAM Italia
  17. Daenerys Targaryen | Game of Thrones
  18. Gendrya | Gendry and Arya, Game of Thrones
  19. The Magicians
  20. Brie Larson
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Considering that Dr. Strange was so adamant about not giving up the time stone early on in Infinity War, it seems odd that he would just give it to Thanos the moment that things got tough. 


Also considering that he said: 

So it was never about sentimentality. Now I’m not saying that he dislikes Tony, or Peter, or any of his comrades for that matter; but he is willing to take the sacrifice if that is what bodes well for the majority of people he swore to protect. He’s looking for the best scenario possible, and Doctor strange has proven time and time again that he is willing to make sacrifices in order to achieve his goal– which is ultimately protecting the Earth from Extraterrestrial threats. So then he couldn’t have made that decision just because Tony was about to die and he felt guilty. Why then, would he give up the time stone, which is arguably one of the most god-mod infinity stones out of them all? 


If he tried to use the time stone against him, they may have ended up in a perpetual, never ending stalemate. Nothing would change, nothing would be fixed. 

Ultimately, the idea is that Thanos had to believe that he won. If Thanos was made to already believe that he had the upper-hand, then he would have little reason to further analyze the situation. In that way, something in reality could have been changed to shift the power against him, but he wouldn’t know– because he isn’t looking for it.

“All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near.”
― Sun tzu, The Art of War

Now I don’t think I have to go into the mind fuck of a situation that the time stone poses. Any small difference in action could create a new reality, so there could be infinite realities depending on which point in time you interfered, what you changed, and how that changes the conditions of that reality.

What really comes to mind for me is this scene: 

Now when I first saw this scene I took it at face value: There’s only one, single possibility. But this is where my theory starts to get weird, and it might be far-fetched, but I think this is where the time-travel/ AU realities-mixing theories can get some more credibility so I guess I’ll share it anyway. 

I found it really strange that in the 14 MILLION and 605 possibilities (in which there are likely more realities he didn’t see), that they only won ONE TIME. Then I realized that maybe he was trying to be cryptic. 

In quantum mechanics there is something called the normalization condition: 

Basically what this is saying is that a wave function, given no boundaries (which I will say is the infinite number of realities possible) must be equal to one, because if we measure a set of conditions through an infinite expanse we will find that the particular, combined set of conditions exist SOMEWHERE in space. (Setting up these conditions would automatically become ensured if you had control of the time stone, and had access to those infinite timelines… Which is exactly why I think he had something set in place BEFORE he handed over the stone.)

So perhaps that is what Doctor strange was referring to when he quoted the probability as “one”. That he is confident that there always exists the probability of them winning in some reality, as long as those particular conditions are met. And those conditions now exist in THIS reality.

Which coincides with his line: 

The phrase endgame is referring to chess. 

Once you reach the endgame, strategy is arguably the most important aspect of the game. This is why giving Thanos an over-inflated sense of confidence was important– he thinks that he has already won, so he doesn’t consider them a threat any longer. Another thing to consider is that the KING has to be protected in the endgame, or else one runs the risk of losing (this may be why Tony was saved, because his survival is imperative to the plan– or perhaps someone that Tony saves in the next film is actually the king). 

Also the endgame is when few pieces are left on the board, so that’s a dark little joke there.

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Avengers 4 Theory: Tony Stark Will Wield the Infinity Gauntlet

The power required to use all of the stones at once is so significant that it sends Thanos into this dream state. You’ll notice his arm is damaged post the snap, the gauntlet is damaged post the snap, it’s the incredible energy required from it and only because of his strength is he able to survive actually using the gauntlet in that capacity.” - Joe Russo, Director of Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, & Avengers 4

There’s been two quotes – one from screenwriter Christopher Markus and one from director Joe Russo – emphasizing Thanos required energy and suffered damage to his left arm to use the Infinity Gauntlet. What’s odd is these are two things associated with Tony, which makes me think there’s a likelihood we’ve been getting hints all along Tony will use the gauntlet to reverse what Thanos has done. 

… Maybe it’s been in front of us the whole time:

Tony: “[Howard] was cold, he was calculating. He never told me he loved me. He never even told me he liked me, so it’s a little tough for me to digest when you’re telling me he said the whole future was riding on me and he’s passing it down. I don’t get that.

Howard [to Tony]: “[The New Element] is the key to the future. I’m limited by the technology of my time, but one day you’ll figure this out. And when you do, you will change the world. What is and always will be my greatest creation is you.

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Okay strap in because this is a long one. Here’s my theory about who is gonna die and who will survive the next Avengers. 

I will refer particularly to the original 6 and even more specifically to the main 3. That is Iron Man, Thor and Captain America.  I think that there has been a lot of speculation over their deaths with most people believing firmly that they will all die. 

However, I think that all three characters will have some sort of closure that does not include killing all of them off. I think that they will each get one of the following endings: 


- Abandonment of this timeline 

- Retirement

Starting with the first one: Death. 

I think the one who will face this destiny is the one we least expect: THOR. The reason why I believe this is firstly that MARVEL has to kill one of the three in order to avoid being called out for never killing anyone and I think that Thor is the one we least expect. There are 5 things that I believe point to Thor being the one to die:                                                                                   

1) He wasn’t in Civil War so his life wasn’t at stake then and the lighthearted tone of Ragnarok let us now from the start that he was not going to die. However, right at the end of Ragnarok we see the tone change with the appearance of Thanos.                                                                                            2) Thor is obviously the most powerful avenger and the most capable of causing any damage to Thanos. Also, in terms of power he is the most similar to Captain Marvel who would serve as a valid replacement.                            3)Everyone is focused on either Tony or Steve dying for each other which would mean that Thor being the one that sacrifices himself would be a twist.              4)In Ragnarok we saw Thor loose his father and his home and, in turn, find his power. In Infinity War we saw him loose his people and his brother and use his power to avenge them. He himself has said that he has nothing else to loose which means that he might be the most willing to stand up to Thanos. 

 I think that the destiny of each character will be decided based on how his story would finally come full circle. And how to make their ending less tragic by giving them what they have been looking for. Which brings me to the last point.

5) Thor began his journey through the MCU as an arrogant god who has no feelings for misgardians and through the years we have seen him care for them more and more. 

So I believe that a way to close his arc which involved him going from being arrogant and not caring for misgardians to being powefull and caring as well as selfless would be to have him sacrifice himself in order to allow others to live. 

The next destiny would be: Abandonment of this timeline. 

I think it’s pretty obvious that this ending belongs to Steve Rogers. A man out of his time. I believe that Steve Rogers arc through the movies was mostly related to him becoming a perfect soldier with a belief system who then had to question his beliefs and become a fugitive of the government. There are 3 main reasons that lead me to believe this might happen: 

1) The possibility of time travel. We know that time travel exists in the MCU as it was introduced with Dr Strange. We also know that there is a high possibility of it being used in Endgame to defeat Thanos as seen with the BTS photos showing a shooting of the battle of New York of 2012. This would mean that it is possible for Steve to decide as a sacrifice or as a way of retirement to go back in time to the 40′s in order to avoid going into the ice and thus create a new alternate universe where Captain America never became an avenger and never missed his date with Peggy Carter. 

I believe reason 2 and 3 are related as one involves Steve’s biggest wish and the other his biggest fear.                                                                                     2) Steve’s biggest fear. This is something that was first introduced in Avengers:Age of Ultron with both Wanda and Ultron himself. Wanda shows each of the Main 3 what we think is their biggest fear. However it might end up being an interpretation of their destiny when mixed with what scares them: 



And, finally, Steve:

During this scene we see Steve watching himself going home but being unable to let go of his PTSD and the war which is also shown by Ultron’s words.

This all goes to show that Steve’s biggest fear is never being able to let go of the war while his destiny could be to go back to his own time.                           3) Steve’s biggest wish. If we believe that his biggest fear is never letting go of the war and his biggest problem is that he is literally a man out of his time, then the best way to end his journey giving him and the fans the chance of healing and being at peace with his departure would be to send him back to his own time. Letting him live his remaining days with Peggy and fulfilling a dream that he told Tony in AoU wasn’t for him but for the man he used to be. 

And, finally: Retirement. 

This is partly wishful thinking and partly supported by evidence. It is known that Iron Man’s journey as we know it is certainly coming to and end as RDJ is not set to be in any more Marvel movies and is choosing to step aside. However I think that there are 5 reasons which are also related and which lead me to think that he might survive. 

1) Tony Stark dying in Endgame is probably the most expected outcome. Everybody is going to go into the cinema expecting him to die fighting Thanos, saving Peter or sacrificing himself. However, there are a number of theories that point to him surviving. The main one related to the parallelism between Endgame and the stage of a game of chess by the same name. During which, one is set to make many sacrifices to win. However, in order to win, those sacrifices cannot include killing the king as that means automatic loss and I like to believe that the parallelism between Tony and Thanos is put there in Infinity War because they are each the “king” of each team in the chess game. Therefore, he cannot die as that would mean loosing.                                          2) It is known and has been hinted at by many sources that there is one scene in the movie that includes most, if not all, the cast of Avengers. This has been said by Sebastian Stan in an interview. 

Also, because the actor who played Harley Keener in Iron Man 3 is listed on the cast, many believe that his appearence as well as the scene mentioned by Sebastian are a funeral scene for Tony Stark. However I believe (mainly based on my mental health) that the scene in question is a wedding scene for Tony and Pepper which could be nearing the end of the movie as a way to end it on a positive note, opposite to the Infinity War ending.                                               3) Through all the MCU movies featuring Tony Stark, he has been shown as the most human character. He constantly makes mistakes, he messes up, he can be arrogant and selfish. This leads many to believe that his last redeeming act would be to sacrifice himself. However, what many fail to notice is that he has sacrificed himself time and time again in order to save the planet. The most clear examples are him taking the nuke outside of the atmosphere to save New York and him not wanting Dr Strange to exchange the Time Stone to save his life. However, there is an exchange between Captain America and Tony during the first Avengers movie that might be foreshadowing Tony’s role in Endgame. 

This could mean that while everybody is expecting Tony to, once again, sacrifice himself and “lay down on the wire” his role in the movie will be to find a way to “cut it”, that is to find an alternative way to bring everyone back.          4) It has been foreshadowed through most of the last movies that Tony is set to settle down and have a family. This can be mostly seen in his new-found role as Peter Parkes’ mentor/father-figure which he has taken on voluntarily and is strikingly different to how he treated Harley Keener whom he found before he was ready to settle down. 

This could either mean that marvel wants us to suffer even more by showing us a glimpse of what Tony could have or it means that they are building up to him finally retiring as he has been trying to do since the end of Iron Man 3.

5) Finally, there is the matter of the best way of ending such a beloved character as Tony Stark. I believe that having him sacrifice himself is not what the MCU has been building for the past decade as his arc is mainly involved with him finding a family. This is seen in Iron Man 1 when Yinsen who could be interpreted as the only real mentor Tony had, tells him to not waste his life. This might have been interpreted by Tony at first as Yinsen telling him to do something with his knowledge, become a hero. However, Yinsen clearly cares much more about family 

Which could mean that Tony’s ultimate ending, what his character has been leading up to, is being able to spend the rest of his life, the life that Yinsen saved, with his family. This would explain the idea that Tony hasn’t had a conventional family making the Avengers his family and surrounding himself with people he called family such as Pepper, Happy, Rhodes and even Peter Parker that he felt he needed to protect but that finally, after saving the universe once again, he can retire and expand said family. 

That’s the end of this long theory, please let me know what you think!!

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“In order to take the stone, you must lose that which you love. A soul for a soul” - Red Skull

That is the quote spoken to Thanos and Gamora by the Red Skull in Avengers: Infinity War. It implies that in order to take the stone, you must kill the person that you love, and Thanos does this without hesitation.

What interested me most was Gamora’s response when she realises that Thanos is about to throw her off the cliff to receive the stone: “No. This isn’t love.”

Throughout the GOTG films Gamora comes to understand what love truly is, and she knows that the way Thanos behaves towards her isn’t love. You don’t constantly pit your children against each other, surgically modify them and torture them if you really love them.
We also see from Wanda and Vision the struggle it takes to sacrifice the person you love from Wanda’s constant hesitation to kill Vision. Yet Thanos does it without hesitation… hmmmm.

But according to the Red Skull the soul stone has a ‘certain wisdom’ that the other stones don’t have. Now, in the film this implies that the stone knows when a sacrifice is truly loved and will then present itself to that person. But what I couldn’t understand is, if the stone has a certain wisdom, why would it present itself to Thanos when it probably knew that, although he was doing what he believed is right, he was a brutal person who had kidnapped and mutiliated the person he claimed to love as his sacrifice. Doesn’t seem like a worthy wielder of the stone to me.

One explanation for this is that the stone is neither good nor evil, but is neutral.

But if that was the case, why does the sacrifice have to be LOVED?? When love is usually considered something good??

If we assume that the stone is GOOD and is wise (and can think, unlike the other stones) why did it go along with Thanos and kill half of the population?

My first theory is that Thanos does not have true control over the soul stone, and that it is not truly loyal to him because Gamora was an imperfect sacrifice. Just because the stone APPEARED to him, doesn’t mean that it won’t betray him later on.

When the snap was completed, the stone showed Thanos a vision of Gamora, who appeared to guilt him about his decision by asking him how much it cost him to do what he had just done. Odd thing for the stone to do. This made me think that maybe Gamora has control over the soul stone, maybe had some control over who was dusted? Most of the Guardians were dusted, but half of the avengers were.

The only two left were ones that could actively help the avengers defeat Thanos in the end. ROCKET who we know is an expert builder, just like Tony. And NEBULA who Gamora knows would want to be involved in murdering Thanos.

My second theory is that the Avengers will have to sacrifice someone to get the stone back off Thanos, which will maybe release Gamora from the stone.

Now people think that in order for this to happen to avengers will have to travel back in time, and maybe they will to get the others stones. But if you look closely on Vormir, there are blood splatters on the ground that DONT belong to Gamora. Now these could be from previous sacrifices that haven’t worked out OR maybe they did…. it isn’t explicitly stated that the stone is ON Vormir, but a sacrifice has to be MADE at Vormir for the stone to appear. If this is the case, then Thanos is powerless from stopping the Avengers from getting the stone in the present, Gamora is gone and she was the only thing he ‘loved’. He’s got nothing left to give the stone.

Now a lot of people assume that it will be Tony who get’s the soul stone, and that he will have to kill either Pepper Potts or I’ve heard people say that they think it will be Steve Rogers, in order to get the stone. I don’t think it will be either.

Tony doesn’t LOVE Steve. They’re friends, they have respect for each other, but I dont think there’s any LOVE there. Tony does love Pepper, but I don’t think he will kill her… why?

Because that doesn’t make him any better than Thanos. Tony is compared to Thanos so often, but I believe that is the one true difference, Tony would never sacrifice someone’s life over his own.

I think in order to truly control the stone the sacrifice must be given willingly. If we look back at what Red Skull said, it was that the stone demands a sacrifice, you must LOSE that which you love NOT that to get the stone you must KILL that which you love. A SOUL for A SOUL.

One definition of sacrifice is to kill something as an offering… the other is to give something up.

So, if Tony was to kill Pepper. Yes he would lose that which he loved, but that doesn’t make him worthy. It doesn’t make him better than Thanos, it would be really ill fitting with his character arc. Now I don’t think Pepper or Steve will kill Tony… i think it will be something much worse.

If Tony kills HIMSELF on Vormir, if he sacrifices himself, he loses that which he loves. Pepper. He’s traded his life for hers. A soul for a soul.

We assumed a soul for a soul meant, kill someone and gain the soul stone. But perhaps it meant giving your soul in place of another.

Thus making him truly worthy of the stone.  A perfect sacrifice because it is pure and without gain.

Perhaps Pepper will get the stone; Or perhaps Tony will get the stone, he intended to die for it and lose, and in that the stone knows he is truly worthy because he didn’t expect to get it. He would be the true controller of the soul stone, which is fitting as he is considered the soul of the MCU. 

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With one week to go before the release of Avengers: Endgame, we’re highlighting four of the best fan theories for the film we’ve come across on Tumblr. While we know your favorite theory by far involves Ant-Man, the four we’re sharing with you today are all a little more serious. One even has some quantum mechanics calculations in it!

We’ll be publishing them right here over the next few hours. We’ll warn you, these theories are quite long, so feel free to filter the #Avengers Endgame Theories tag from your dashboard. Otherwise, stay tuned for four in-depth posts to get your wheels turning over the next few days.

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안녕하세요! We are K-Pop on Tumblr!

Welcome to Tumblr’s official blog for all things K-pop. Two years ago, we created our weekly K-pop Fandometrics list because your love for the music genre was off the charts. Since then the fandom has only grown, and we knew this community earned it’s very own hub on our platform.

Every week, we’ll be bringing you the best in fan art, fanfiction, and edits, plus exclusive artist interviews and more! Check back every Thursday for a blast from the past—we’ll take you on a retrospective journey of our past Answer Times and GIFerviews with groups like SEVENTEEN and Pentagon, and soloists Chung Ha and Taemin.

Tumblr, 기대해주세요! This is K-pop.

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Week Ending April 15th, 2019

  1. Reylo +19
    Rey & Kylo Ren, the Star Wars universe
  2. Malec −1
    Magnus Bane & Alec Lightwood, Shadowhunters
  3. Jonsa +3
    Jon Snow & Sansa Stark, Game of Thrones
  4. Lukanette +13
    Luka Couffaine & Marinette Dupain-Cheng, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir
  5. Juliantina −3
    Juliana Valdés & Valentina Carvajal, Amar a muerte
  6. Incantava +1
    Edoardo Incanti & Eleonora Sava, SKAM Italia
  7. Jikook +6
    Park Jimin & Jeon Jungkook, BTS
  8. Klance −3
    Keith & Lance, Voltron: Legendary Defender
  9. Stony −6
    Steve Rogers & Tony Stark, the Marvel universe
  10. Kiribaku
    Kirishima Eijirou & Bakugou Katsuki, Boku No Hero Academia
  11. Davenzi −7
    Matteo Florenzi & David, Druck
  12. Gendrya
    Gendry & Arya Stark, Game of Thrones
  13. Jonerys +5
    Jon Snow & Daenerys Targaryen, Game of Thrones
  14. Destiel +2
    Dean Winchester & Castiel, Supernatural
  15. Elu −1
    Eliott Demaury & Lucas Lallemant, SKAM France
  16. Catradora −7
    Catra & Adora, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power
  17. Bakudeku +2
    Bakugou Katsuki & Midoriya Izuku, Boku No Hero Academia
  18. Bumbleby
    Yang Xiao Long & Blake Belladonna, RWBY
  19. Bellarke −8
    Bellamy Blake & Clarke Griffin, The 100
  20. Tododeku
    Todoroki Shouto & Midoriya Izuku, Boku No Hero Academia

The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last week.

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TV Shows

Week Ending April 15th, 2019

  1. Druck
  2. Game of Thrones +4
  3. SKAM France −1
  4. SKAM Italia
  5. The Umbrella Academy −2
  6. Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir −1
  7. SKAM Netherlands +4
  8. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina −1
  9. Killing Eve +8
  10. Skam España +2
  11. The Magicians −2
  12. Moominvalley +6
  13. Shadowhunters −5
  14. Supernatural −4
  15. SKAM Austin +4
  16. Steven Universe −2
  17. SKAM −4
  18. Brooklyn Nine-Nine
  19. Star vs. the Forces of Evil −3
  20. Derry Girls

The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last week.

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Anime & Manga

Week Ending April 15th, 2019

  1. Mob Psycho 100
  2. Boku no Hero Academia
  3. Fruits Basket
  4. Bungou Stray Dogs +9
  5. Dororo +2
  6. One Punch Man
  7. The Promised Neverland −3
  8. One Piece −3
  9. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure −1
  10. Sailor Moon
  11. Fairy Tail −2
  12. 19 Days −6
  13. Mo Dao Zu Shi −1
  14. Yuri!!! on Ice +1
  15. Sarazanmai
  16. Haikyuu!!
  17. Boruto: Naruto Next Generations +2
  18. Hetalia −1
  19. Attack on Titan −8
  20. Hunter x Hunter −2

The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last week.

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Video Games

Week Ending April 15th, 2019

  1. Minecraft
  2. Overwatch +5
  3. Choices +2
  4. Devil May Cry 5 −1
  5. The Arcana — A Story of Mystery and Romance −1
  6. Borderlands 3 −4
  7. The Sims 4 +2
  8. Fire Emblem Heroes +10
  9. Stardew Valley +8
  10. The Walking Dead −3
  11. Red Dead Redemption 2 +1
  12. Undertale −2
  13. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice −5
  14. Hollow Knight +1
  15. Cookie Run −2
  16. Splatoon −5
  17. Persona 5 −3
  18. Mortal Kombat 11 
  19. Apex Legends +1
  20. Deltarune

The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last week.

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