Friday, January 27, 2012
ficbypen:

wondygirl:

idratherbeloislane:

deantrippe:

“What if Wonder Woman was a Disney Princess?” by Bill Walko

This is spot-on perfect.

Disney Princess Wonder Woman is my favorite! Steve is her sleeping beauty encased in ice.

Unless they meant Steve ROGERS instead of Steve TREVOR.  They kind of look the same.  And Steve ROGERS was a sleeping beauty encased in ice.
Oh my God.  Now I want to write that fic.  

I’D READ IT.

ficbypen:

wondygirl:

idratherbeloislane:

deantrippe:

“What if Wonder Woman was a Disney Princess?” by Bill Walko

This is spot-on perfect.

Disney Princess Wonder Woman is my favorite! Steve is her sleeping beauty encased in ice.

Unless they meant Steve ROGERS instead of Steve TREVOR.  They kind of look the same.  And Steve ROGERS was a sleeping beauty encased in ice.

Oh my God.  Now I want to write that fic.  

I’D READ IT.

Thursday, January 19, 2012
'nuff said.

'nuff said.

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Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
svetlania:

An old comic I made for the Toronto Star… This still holds true, however—writing is like crawling through endless boxes.  You crawl and crawl and crawl, until your blessed editor says “THIS WAS DUE MONTHS AGO WHAT ARE YOU STILL DOING TO THE SCRIPT GIVE IT HERE” and then you quickly finish it and then you can stop \;o;/ (…until the edits roll in, that is)

This is SO TRUE. And adorable to boot.

svetlania:

An old comic I made for the Toronto Star… This still holds true, however—writing is like crawling through endless boxes.  You crawl and crawl and crawl, until your blessed editor says “THIS WAS DUE MONTHS AGO WHAT ARE YOU STILL DOING TO THE SCRIPT GIVE IT HERE” and then you quickly finish it and then you can stop \;o;/ (…until the edits roll in, that is)

This is SO TRUE. And adorable to boot.

ackradin:

Eliot Spencer on what killing does to you —- Leverage, S4E18 ‘The Last Dam Job’

My first thoughts upon seeing this scene: So, Eliot used to be Captain America and now he’s Batman?

Friday, January 13, 2012 Friday, January 6, 2012

All things must pass, and my stone was no exception. It left fairly painlessly, we headed back home to Los Angeles, and for a few years my kidneys dutifully sorted waste products from my blood without incident.

Then, in 2006…

Denny Crane was bent over Candice Bergen’s desk, in a swirling maelstrom of physical agony.

(NOTE: This is not a passage from some sort of depraved Boston Legal fan fiction one would find on the Internet. Characters I’ve played, for some reason or another, always wind up in the most licentious fantasies of fan fiction authors. For years now, Kirk and Spock have heated up the pages of the fan fiction subgenre as slash fiction, which deals primarily in gay relationships. Neither of us is homosexual, but if I were to dabble, I would surely avoid any encounter with a creature famed for its Vulcan death grip.)

(ADDITIONAL NOTE: I have also been informed that there is more than one webpage out there dedicated to Denny Crane/Alan Shore slash fiction. It must have been all the cigar smoking we did. Either way, the fair-haired dazzlement that is James Spader is a bit more appealing than Spock. Sorry, Leonard.)

(FINAL NOTE: And it has come to my attention that some enterprising web scribes have also published T.J. Hooker slash fiction. I guess I had a way with a nightstick.)

(ADDENDUM TO FINAL NOTE: Please, slash fiction writers, don’t ever write any Twilight Zone “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” stores. (I’d hate to picture myself making love to a gremlin.)

William Shatner in Shatner Rules: Your Guide to Understanding the Shatnerverse and the World at Large (via uss-awesome)

Oh, my God, I had to clap my hand over my mouth to keep from laughing out loud at work when I read this…

(Source: ussawesome)

Wednesday, December 28, 2011
haku23:

The plot of a vast majority of SteveTony fics. Which I’m totally okay with. xD

THIS IS SO TRUE.

haku23:

The plot of a vast majority of SteveTony fics. Which I’m totally okay with. xD

THIS IS SO TRUE.

Saturday, December 24, 2011
Saint Nick is not amused, but I am. (And yes. The cat’s name is Saint Nick.) Merry Christmas to all who celebrate it!

Saint Nick is not amused, but I am. (And yes. The cat’s name is Saint Nick.) Merry Christmas to all who celebrate it!

Friday, December 23, 2011

Ranting about WIPs. But probably not the rant you’d expect.

I’m just going to preface this rant with a simple summation of the salient point:

If you are frustrated with an author’s apparent lack of progress on a WIP (work in progress), the last thing you want to do is give them grief about it or ask when it’ll be updated/done. Chances are, they don’t know either and are usually just as frustrated as you are! And all that does is make it more difficult for the author.

The rest of this is just me rambling about WIPs and why I understand why they irritate people but also why they’re necessary for some authors. (I intend to finish mine. This is not about mine. If I get stuck or Real Life puts me in the hospital again, I will at least summarize how it was supposed to end. AT LEAST. Or resort to the Scooby-Doo ending.)

This is what happens when I am the only person left in my office. It is long. If you don’t feel like reading a long rambling rant/essay thing about works in progress that is mostly here to work out my own issues on the subject, feel free to skip it.

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euclase:

Steve, drawn in PS, for Olivia <3

Damn. When I first saw this on my dash I thought this was a photomanip, but it’s not. This is beautiful.

euclase:

Steve, drawn in PS, for Olivia <3

Damn. When I first saw this on my dash I thought this was a photomanip, but it’s not. This is beautiful.

When Pigs Fly: I hate cutting stuff out.

So I’m still working on the field trip part of When Pigs Fly and I’ve concluded that I’m actually going to have to cut it down somewhat. Seriously, the unedited draft of the field trip alone has hit 4000 words and Fury still hasn’t shown up to yell at them yet. I’m not letting myself update the capkink post or the AO3 draft until I finish the field trip, so this is understandably a bit irritating.

I really hate cutting parts out. Hate it, hate it, hate it. Because it feels like I just wasted all that time writing the parts that I’m tossing anyway. But if the only point of one scene is to include one tidbit of info and to work in a joke about a nickname… yeah.

Anyway. I’m just going to post the first scene of the field trip here, since I’m probably going to trash it and move the necessary dialogue elsewhere. It’ll make me feel better about having to cut most of it.

(Also, my work network makes no sense. Livejournal is blocked, but Tumblr is A-OK? What?)

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Friday, December 16, 2011

These are the moments why I keep rewatching Sherlock over and over again.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

justincox:

What if the male Avengers posed like the female one?