I never thought that you and I would ever meet again
I’m so confused I don’t know what to feel
Should I throw my arms around you or kill you for real?
I worked so hard to put the past to rest
Where do we begin now that you’re back from the dead?
Inception AU // Sherlock Holmes is a skilled thief, the absolute best in the dangerous art of Extraction; stealing valuable secrets from deep within the subconscious during the dream state, when the mind is at its most vulnerable. Sherlock’s rare ability has made him a coveted player in this treacherous new world of corporate espionage, but it has also made him an international fugitive and cost him everything he has ever loved. Now, one last job could give him his life back. Instead of the perfect heist, Sherlock and his team of specialists have to pull off the reverse: their task is not to steal an idea but to plant one. But no amount of careful planning or expertise can prepare the team for the dangerous enemy that seems to predict their every move. An enemy that only Sherlock could have seen coming… [x]
Sherlock, The Extractor // John, The Point Man // Lestrade, The Forger // Mycroft, The Architect // Molly, The Chemist // Moriarty, The Shade
What is the point of a gate that does not lead anywhere? asked Nameless, turning to avoid the glare of the setting sun.
The Scientist squinted ahead as the semicircular disk continued its downward trajectory past the horizon, and finally replied. To frame that which we otherwise might not notice.
Thank you so much to everyone who bought Nameless & the Scientist Book 1! I’m so stoked by your support. The book is currently being printed (!!) and I’ll start mailing them out on the 27th May! (when the shipment arrives)
Who is Victoria Hand?
Victoria Hand is a character created for Marvel comics by Brian Michael Bendis. In the television series Agents of SHIELD, she is a senior agent for SHIELD and the director of a SHIELD base, the Hub.
Victoria Hand sticks to protocol, which puts her sometimes at odds with main character Agent Coulson and his team. However, Victoria is loyal to SHIELD, even after it is revealed that many agents of SHIELD are, in fact, loyal to the evil organization HYDRA.
Why do we need to save her?
In the episode entitled Turn, Turn, Turn, Victoria Hand was shot and presumably killed by Grant Ward.
The campaign to save Victoria was suggested here, and I think it’s a great idea. We brought back Coulson, so why can’t we bring back this character with so much potential?
How do we save her?
Fandomshatewomen has suggested that we go to twitter to trend the hash tag #savevictoriahand. Tweet why you enjoy her, why you want her back, why she deserves to come back.
This character is incredibly close to my heart, and I would be touched if at least some of my followers and fellow members of the Agents of SHIELD fandom could participate in this campaign.
For more information on Victoria Hand in the comics, you might check my intro post for her.
the future is scary
Hold me tight . Make me remind
You offer it to me freely…..
OH MY GOSH
Oh my goooooooood, I’m dying from how cute this is
a bunch of the plein air sketches I was working on during my Utah trip! A week drawing rocks, getting mistaken for a ranger twice- pretty ideal.
I’ve been watching Natasha in action since the 1950s, but she never fails to amaze me. Such graceful beauty. So beautifully efficient.
it’s really not a coincidence that winter soldier is being talked about as the best marvel movie yet
when you give women and poc the same importance and development as you do your white males, amazing things happen
#like you would NOT have this movie without natasha sam maria and nick#chris sebastian and redford were amazing in it but to have women and poc be PIVOTAL to the plot#and be actual fleshed out important characters is just#!!!!!! idek how to describe it#but it also makes me sad because this movie PROVED that it’s totally possible to have more diversity#it’s just that people aren’t willing to include it in their films
Bluebell Girls chorus dancer checking her costume in the dressing room of the Stardust hotel & casino before a performance, Las Vegas, by Ralph Crane, 1959 (x)
true friendship is willfully making someone’s emotional devastation over fictional characters worse