Sirius : Wow
Y/n : Now what?
The two of them were fooling around the banks of the Black Lake it was a Saturday, they had borrowed James cloak. And haven’t noticed when it had been flown away into the lake.
Sirius : We need to get it back, Prongs going to kill us.
Y/n : Oh yeah? I thought he’d be handing out pumpkin pastries
Sirius : *glares at her* Well alright, you have to go get it now.
Y/n : Why me? It’s chilly *rubs her arms*
Sirius : I’m cold too
Y/n : But you’re the man *puppy eyes*
Sirius : Ever heard of ladies firs-AAAAA!
With a plonk Sirius had been shoved into the lake.
Sirius : What the hell!
Y/n : Now that you are already wet, why not fetch the cloak eh?
Sirius growled but started looking for it, Y/n waited by the shore it was too dark but she could just make Sirius’ shape in the moonlight but then it vanished.
Y/n : Siri? Are you okay?
Nothing but silence greeted her, she gulped then called out again
Y/n : Sirius!
Had he drowned? did the giant squid drag him with itself? Her chain of thoughts were broken by someone pulling her into the lake. She didn’t see anyone. But now she could hear Sirius’ laugh.
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I love and appreciate the writers, but I hate when reader is having body image issues and she’s like “do I look fat” and the character tells her “of course no, why would you think that” as if it was something bad, why can’t we normalize fat body, and not only talking about plus size bodies, I mean the ones that are not curvy, the ones that the fat is localized in every part of the body besides hips and breast.
Why are we still so afraid of the word “fat”? I wish I could read a fic where reader is like “do i look fat?” and the character answers “yes, but that’s not something bad. You look amazing”.
Even when you write plus size!reader fics she’s always being so insecure.
Let’s embrace fat bodies. Fat doesn’t equals unhealthy. Let’s keep in mind that a fat/plus size body is not always curvy.
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So...I started reading the original Spider-Man comics last night...
I bought a cheap ten dollar version for my Kindle and started on something I’ve been wanting to do for years. I’ve been a fan of the movies since the first Tobey Maguire one was released in 2002, and from there, the love and obsession only grew. I tried to find the original 1960′s Lee-Ditko comics on Amazon and couldn’t believe that I had found a collection of it for my Kindle! I’ve never been a comic book reader and never tried the medium. I’m a novice at this, so please bear with me.
This is the collection if any of you are interested. Amazon doesn’t have the paperback version right now, though, and only the Kindle version, I’m sorry to say.
Anyways...some things I’ve noticed, even though I only read about 4 or 5 comics in the collection so far:
1. The comics move really fast! After Peter Parker’s introduction to the reader, not two pages after or so, Uncle Ben dies (spoiler alert! although I bet everyone knows this story) and Peter, without much character development, goes on his crusading quest.
2. Peter is a real jerk in the comics I read so far. After fame and fortune as Spider-Man, and having revenge on his mind, this was a real surprise for me. I kind of like movie!Peter better than comic!Peter so far, and I know purists will kill me for saying that, but it’s the truth. Tobey Maguire played such a sweet, amiable Peter Parker in the movies, and I missed him here. And Tom Holland’s Peter Parker is sweet as well and has so much pure energy that it can’t help but rub off on you. (Andrew Garfield’s Peter, I didn’t really like, so just ignoring him for now. Spider-Man fans can hunt me down and kill me now for saying that.) But...comic!Peter is kind of unlikeable right now and I hope that changes as the story progresses.
3. It reads like a story from the 1960′s. Kind of cheesy at parts, and without the careful scrutiny required in stories now. It’s very freewheeling and I kind of like it.
I can’t wait to see some of my favorite characters and villains in comic book form: Mary Jane, Harry Osborne, Doc Ock, Green Goblin, all the iconic characters from the movies that were brought to life now in their original form.
I’m going to try to finish this collection by the time No Way Home is released in mid-December, but unsure if I will be able to. I have book club books to read at the same time, as well as reading Six of Crows duology with a friend and my ever-growing TBR list. But I’m gonna take this slow and just enjoy the ride as a novice comic book reader, and hope that I like it just as much as the movies I really love and adore.
Anyone on here a fan of the comics and have any tips for reading this collection? What are your thoughts on the many, many Spider-Man movies? Excited for No Way Home? Have a favorite Spider-Man actor?
I’m excited to hear from you all, and can’t wait to talk No Way Home with you when it is finally released in December!
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Theory about the MCU multiverse:
1) Universe and timelines are two separate concepts. There are an infinite amount of universes that make up the multiverse. Each of those universes can have branching timelines that result because of free will.
2) Think of it like this; the multiverse is a rope. A universe is a strand that is part of the rope. An alternate/branching timeline is a piece of fiber that got loose from one of the strands.
3) Alternate universes explains how we can have different actors playing the same roles. So that’s how we can have Tom Holland Peter Parker meet with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, they’re all from different universes.
4) Alternate timelines within the universes explains how we can have variants played by the same actors. That’s how we can have President Loki meeting 2012 TVA Loki. They’re both from the same *universe (EDIT) but from different branches.
5) This would also explain why Loki and Sylvie are completely different from each other. They’re from different universes AND they are the variants of the original from the universe they came from.
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