would you like to hear a joke?
okay well I can’t remember how it starts but the punchline is “Nickelodeon.”
Korra and Tenzin look like they’re about to sing a soulful duet together and I don’t know why I find this so funny but I do help I can’t stop laughing
Korra my bby
It gives me a lot of feels that she can metalbend and how happy she looks when Suyin says, “You’re the first metalbending Avatar.”
Because its something that she has a first of. Something that Korra herself can do, instead of the just the Avatar.
And it’s kiling me
cue the bllions of fanboy tears
I like it
"It’s currently unclear who exactly is filling the role of Thor going forward, as the original character wasn’t gender-swapped."
“No longer is the classic male hero able to hold the mighty hammer, Mjölnir, a brand new female hero will emerge will who will be worthy of the name THOR.”
"And this new Thor isn’t a temporary female substitute – she’s now the one and only Thor, and she is worthy!" "
" "This is not She-Thor. This is not Lady Thor. This is not Thorita. This is THOR. This is the THOR of the Marvel Universe."
meanwhile DC’s like “we love ubisoft”
do you know how many sad fanboy comments i read whining about how this messes up the mythology omg i just wanna roll in them this is so golden
making asgard a floating island in space is a-ok but oh my gosh dONT YOU TAKE AWAY DAT PENIS
This is pretty fuckin cool
Well at least it’ll be an easy point to start reading from if you’re new. It’s a pain in the ass finding somewhere to start from all the old stuff
Is this really happening?? You go Marvel.
I love what Marvel is doing with the Thor series. Strong female heroes ahoy!
We are at my friend’s grad party (who is pretty wealthy) and we were fooling around all day by making fun of him. “So fancy that…” I left early so they text me this. So fancy they have a baby kangaroo.
Can we just appreciate this BAMF please?
Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben. The guy who pretty much whipped the Americans into shape at Valley Forge through his drill trainings, especially with the bayonet (before Americans mainly used them as a tool rather than a weapon). His bayonet training was so successful that that they won the Battle of Stony Point just using unload muskets with the bayonet. In fact, he wrote a drill manual that remained in use until 1812. This was the guy that none of my history teachers even mentioned! Not even in College US! I seriously think he needs more love.
reasons to love america:
3. puppies with freedom
I know what for
It’s because you lost
The revolutionary wa-a-a-r
Reblog. Every. Single. Time. Always.