Mini-clone Cynthia Galant recreates Orphan Black’s dance scene (x)
For those on my blog who can’t read Japanese, apparently this from is a series airing on Fuji TV about a ronin who’s living a depressing life until he’s ordered to kill a bakeneko. But instead they become friends?
It’s called Nekozamurai and I am so going to try to find it online.
Dang, Lone Wolf and Cat. I’m on it.
Perfect casting for the cat btw
Fringe Season 4x01 Amber Opening Credits
Show show show. I am happy to have you back, show. I desperately wanted to reblog SOMETHING, so have the opening credits. I am being a good person and not posting spoilers until, like, NEXT Friday.
Show show show, how I missed you show!
Everyone dies. Er, actually, can I start that again? Everyone deserves a death. Death was always a certainty. The punchline we could all see coming. So, what have we got left to look forward to? Us refugees… the flotsam and jetsam of death? Maybe, if we still deserve such a thing as mercy, we find each other.
Besides the fact that both Cara and Kahlen (and every side female character to ever exist) are kick ass, and women are often portrayed as warriors and fighters, Legend of the Seeker has so many positive feminist qualities that they are hard to all list. The most important to me is Cara’s open bisexuality, and the large amount of lesbian kisses and relationships that are shown through that. Queer female characters are incredibly rare, especially ones that aren’t attached to many coming out drama. Cara isn’t shamed or attacked for her sexuality. The other fantastic thing about this series is that the females are complex. They are the ones who retain the dark pasts and complicated personalities, while the men are sort of along for the ride. Richard might be the hero in LotS, but Kahlen and Cara get massive amounts of screen time, and their characters are the most developed and well written.