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copperbadge:

I have finished reading Captain America! At least until next month’s issue comes out.

Therefore I bring you the Gallery of Captain Facepalm.

Left to right, top to bottom: Avengers #7, 1964; Avengers #106, 1972; What If… #5, 1977; Captain America #268, 1982; Captain America #282, 1983; Captain America #250, 1980; Captain America #398, 1992; Captain America #425, 1994; Captain America #15, 1999; and Captain America Annual #2, 1972. 

That last one’s just in there because he looks like he would be facepalming if he could.

'When Daryl comes back to her room and says, “He's gone,” and she says, “Daryl, I don't cry anymore,” it was special. That scene… it's one of my favorites of the episode.

Because she hugs Daryl. He looks uncomfortable, and he touches her elbow. When I cut that episode together, I made sure that he looked uncomfortable.

When she looks up at him with her big eyes and her sweater falls off her shoulder, and she pulls her sweater back up, it’s such a beautiful connection between the two of them.

I love that in the middle of her momentary grief, she looks at Daryl and says, “Are you okay?” It’s such a beautiful moment.’

~ Greg Nicotero [on S04E01 30 Days Without An Accident]

(Source: truegodofthearena)

meisterj:

Remember when Disney was all like ‘fuck how races work and homogeneous casts and couples’?

Black and white couple produce fillipino-american child. White dude is the valet. White step mother, one white step sister, one black step sister. Just a jumble, and it ought to happen again.

Some facts from imdb:

First multi-racial cast performing Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella.

Whitney Houston was producing Rodger and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” and was to star in it until she decided that Brandy Norwood would make a better Cinderella. Brandy would not do it unless her idol Whitney took the Fairy Godmother role.

Brandy Norwood became the first African-American to play Cinderella. This version broke viewer-ship records when it debuted, and it holds the record for the bestselling video for a made for TV movie.

So fuck any noise where people say audiences don’t want to see a mixed race couple, or more people of color. This was a success from television. I still remember Brandy singing Impossible. 

That ought to happen again. Mixed race live action cast where the relationships don’t made genetic or racial sense.

(Source: lifeisblaq)

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