ok I’m a straight woman but
*sudden boost of self-confidence in the realization that you can be hot no matter your weight*
fuck thats hot
Am I the only one who wants to draw this gorgeous woman?
HOLY BLAZIN HELL. THAT’S A HOT WOMAN
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It was two days later, when Joe was helping Light load up the carcass of the robot that had chased him into a laundry cart they found in the maintenance area of a nearby abandoned hotel. The robot’s body was heavy, but the two of them were able to lift it into the laundry cart. Light pushed the cart.
Joe glanced in the direction of the city, then to his bike. “Hey, Mr. Light, I’ve been meanin’ to ask you something.” He recognized the flinch at Joe’s use of the title “Mister”.
so ready to pass out, but i gotta finish this scene…
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Brown eyes scanned the sparse apartment of Doctor Light. He raised a half-gloved hand and ran it through his short blonde hair and wandered over to the large desk on one side of the room to drop the green helmet of the robot they had just destroyed. He hadn’t realized how heavy the helmet was until he was relieved of it. He heaved a short sigh and turned back to the gray-haired man as he milled about the apartment.
The walls were plastered with newspaper clippings, pictures, and blueprints. He couldn’t figure out what the blueprints were for; he felt school was a bit of a burden. With robots controlling everything, fixing everything, handling everything, what good would it be to be booksmart? He leaned in closer and read a few headlines on the articles. RESPECTED DOCTOR USED CREATION FOR MURDER
“How did you get out?”
The Protomen ‘Light Up The Night’
For Orchestra by Walt Ribeiro
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One more Final and a resting period then I can dive back in to my writing. Also FREE COMIC BOOK DAY.
I’m sad how tumblr doesn’t let us talk much. Will you follow me on twitter? I’ll follow you back:
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Stephen’s comic essays get me so excited about drawing and thinking about comics…
I want to know what video game got you into gaming?
My first gaming experience was Sonic the Hedgehog for the Sega Genesis. The casino level was my favorite because of the music
i played alot of sonic the hedgehog, too. but what REALLY got me into adventure games was Banjo Kazooie on the N64.
I loved that game. Especially with the golden feather that made you invincible
the game that got me hooked was space invaders. had to sneak out to the pizza place after school to get in a good hour.
damn i’m old.
I would beg my auntie to take me with her to go pick up my cousin from his shift at Pizza Hut just so I could play Space Invaders at the place…
I stayed usin up quarters left and right…
I started playing the first Super Mario when I was in around preschool age/kindergarten. My mom would only buy a couple of games for a system after we got it. BUT video game rentals were amazing back in the day. So I got to play all the Paper Boy games. Later there was Sonic (Sega).
But what really got me was Resident Evil 2 and Final Fantasy 7 for PS. ….I would play all day for hours. I fell in love with survival horror and RPGS and never turned back.
Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego? for the Apple IIe is the first computer game I can remember playing. Best of all, it was for my school computer class - I could legit play a game in class time! None of the other kids wanted to play it voluntarily - after all, it is an educational game *hock-spit* - so I got to spend heaps and heaps of time on it.
After my mom left us when I was six, my dad got us an Atari, and we played Pac-Man and Pole Position together, or I’d just watch him kick ass at Pac-Man.
Knights of the Old Republic.
Holy SHIT that game blew my mind as a kid.
Also, Soul Calibur 2
First Video Games were Bards Tale and Zork and Oregon Trail (THE REALLY OLD VERSION ON FLOPPY DISK).
First Console games were Duck Hunt and Mario Bros and Double Dragon.
First actual owned console games (not playing at the boy across the street’s house games) was Final Fantasy VIII (I didn’t own my own console till college. Always had computers and PC games before then).
Ocarina of Time and Majora’s mask, Starfox 64, the Shenmue games (Sega Dreamcast will always be my favorite console), NiGHTS Into Dreams (Sega Saturn hell yes) and TES Morrowind.
First game I remember playing at all was Harvest Moon 64. First game I got really addicted to was Myst. I got it for my birthday when I was… 10 or 11, maybe? I think my parents regretted it when I spent 6+ hours at the computer in one sitting.
The game that sealed the deal was FFVII, though. That was the first game I’d played with such an in-depth story and characters. That was the first time I realized games could HAVE such stories. And they’ve been my favorite non-book medium every since. :)
There are so many gaming memories for me. I wasn’t ever allowed to play the old NES that we had, except for like Duck Hunt and Tetris and stuff because all the other ones were in gold cases and I was gonna save over the save files and I was too little and blaaaaah.
It wasn’t until FF6/3 on SNES and Super Metroid and Super Mario World that my video game career started. I loved everything about them. I hated going outside anyway, but here was a way for me to play, be smart, and be alone. My sister always played too, and I was her strategy guide reader. It was her way of cheating without really cheating. I had fun helping, then playing it and getting further without help.
After that, FF7, Megaman X4, Super Mario RPG. I couldn’t get enough.
For FF7, I had a strategy guide and I used to take it to school with me every day because there was this set of twins that only one half liked video games and we would bond over it. He beat it first, because I was in like 6th grade at the time and I was lazy and scared of beating a video game because I didn’t wanna grind and then my sister got to the final levels. I finally beat the game like 3 years later. But I’ll never forget the smell of that strategy guide and that twin half that was my best friend because I was the only girl into video games.
twitter pic of the cake
I bet this is the most delicious cake in the universe. It probably tastes like victory….
Oh my god I accidentally bought Fruit Gushers.
This day just got 10000000% better.
rocktoberfest asked: Thank you for the amazing story! I am enjoying it so much! Get your homework done (I know how that goes. Homework can be such a pain :P) But I cannot wait to read more!
Thank you so much! I had just had a bad day and then you show up loving my fanfic.
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