Nargles Under A Rock

My Visual Diary

rebelsofshield:

Can I just say that one of the refreshing aspects of the Marvel cinematic universe as opposed to the recent DC films is its focus on positive relationships?

Not even romantic kinds. Friendship and bonds between people are pretty much at the core of every Marvel film and they each have something to say about their characters and relationships in general that escape the prevailing cynicism in DC.

1000x this^

wallacevvest:

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AYA! AYA! ARE YOU SERIOUS VOLPE?! WE HAVE AYA CORP. AND WALLY SOUNDING FLASH I DONT KNOW WHETHER I SHOULD BE CRYING OR SMILING LIKE AN IDIOT

Way to many feels in that movie

62442spellsmagic:

I JUST WANT ONE OF MY FRIENDS TO TELL ME MY NAME IN THEIR PHONE IS NIGHTWING.
OR TO CALL ME NIGHTWING.

I WANT TO BE NIGHTWING.

GPOY

whedonesque:

The Sandwich Incident

The original episode title was “The Sandwich Incident.” It was the better title.

(Source: bridgestars)

F: and i was going to do it — [i know you were] —

S: […] it wasn’t ward by my side in that lab searching for a cure. it wasn’t ward giving me hope, when i had none. it was y o u.

(Source: lastisle, via daisyryeobrien-deactivated20131)

doortotomorrow:

Out of all the scenes in Smallville with Lois and Clark, this scene pretty much says everything about their relationship and it’s beautiful beyond words. In this episode, Lois time travels into a post-apocalyptic future where she meets a powerless Clark who has tried everything he can to take down Zod and his army of Kandorians, and during the whole episode they pretty much expose their souls to one another as they might not make it out of this alive. 

So after Zod’s solar tower has been shut down, the sun returns back to its original state and it looks like the tables have been turned…Until Zod stabs Clark with a kryptonite dagger, leaving him to die. After such a brutal fight as a powerless man and having normal sunlight back for only a brief time, Clark’s healing factor hasn’t yet come back yet, so he uses his remaining time for Lois and makes her escape back to the present his main priority. 

As for Lois, she doesn’t want to leave him while he’s mortally wounded with no backup, and she’s scared that she might never see him again. Clark is the love of her life, her soulmate, and her greatest ally in the fight against injustice so leaving him is the hardest thing she’s ever had to do. 

So with one passionate goodbye kiss, Clark sends Lois back to the present and thanks to her memories of this alternate timeline, she helps Clark to stop this disaster from ever coming to pass. This scene just goes to show you how Lois and Clark always come through the darkest of times and will continue to do so no matter what comes their way.

I love this scene so much

(via fyeahclois)