On friday, I went to school in my Grell cosplay. On friday, I wanted to celebrate a fun day with some friends I met at a convention who are attempting to put on a nearly impossible show. On friday, I went to school expecting a few strange looks, confused questions, rude comments, and maybe even a few laughs.

What I didn’t expect was that I would be attacked by someone that I had never even seen before.

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This is some bullshit.

Drawrin’ butts at 3:20 AM

Drawrin’ butts at 3:20 AM

Damn it feels good to be a gangsta

Damn it feels good to be a gangsta

Tharja came in the mail today. :V



so I’m watching this Polaris Rayman Legends video and I just see Arin…

He’s like this throughout entire video (x)




I think this might be a secret message… Perhaps Arin holds a grudge against a certain someone?! CONSPIRACY?!

Reblogged from go to the west

So apparently there is a MLP movie coming out where the ponies become human(ish?). The immediate response from the bronies was along the lines of ‘Ew no why would you do this?!’

The implications are that they don’t like the characters for who they are, but because they are, in fact, ponies. I can’t even. As if it couldn’t get more hilarious, the movie isn’t out yet, but so many have decided that it is bad. It wouldn’t be so ironic if I didn’t hear ‘Don’t judge MLP if you never watched it!’ echoing in my head from every brony I’ve tried talking to.

In their defense, though, All Growed Up sucked ass. Rugrats disappeared soon after, too. Maybe they’re scared that this is… the end?


Mew-Genics Teaser week 16, The Ballad Of D. Claude!

A few weeks ago we posted a teaser for Ridiculon, the rag tag group of country folk doing all the music for Mew-genics.. and the fans screamed MOAR! so yes, here is more.

I give you… The Ballad Of D. Claude by Ridiculon.

You can also buy the track for anything youd like to pay on their bandcamp site. http://ridiculon.bandcamp.com

Edmund, I am scared and I like it. :c

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I’m not here to defend liberals or champion libertarians. I’m just here to parade some dumb bitch who says her love life is to be determined by politics. Not even bothering to censor the name; it was posted on a public page.
Also she misspelled ‘libertarians.’

I’m not here to defend liberals or champion libertarians. I’m just here to parade some dumb bitch who says her love life is to be determined by politics. Not even bothering to censor the name; it was posted on a public page.

Also she misspelled ‘libertarians.’

Homestuck Makes My Brain Hurt


I don’t like fandoms. A community founded upon the idolization of any one thing is only as strong as it’s weakest link, and there are always weak links that drag the integrity of any fandom to unreasonable levels. The nature of such a community makes it incredibly hard to self-moderate; it’s instinctive for the members of a group to defend the whole.

However, by leaving the most rancid parts of their community unharmed, they allow the entirety of their community to grow putrid and rotten. Even if you don’t accept all aspects of your fandom, just being passive about the worst aspects of your fandom is inviting your community to die a long, slow, and painful death.

So I’m up late wracking my brain over the Homestuck thing. When it comes down to it, it’s the all-too-common human nature of hating what you don’t understand. However, my beef with Homestuck fans is they don’t really do a whole lot to explain themselves. More often than not, they are defensive yet incapable of quantifying what drives them to idolize what they do.

However, the most miserable shit I see is those people who try and talk down other fandoms in a desperate attempt to try and make their own look better.


Do you really think sweeping statements like ‘all fandoms are bad!’ or underhanded statements like ‘but so-and-so fans do even more disgusting things’ is supposed to bring you any more respect? It’s like claiming that sexism is worse than racism. Whether or not you think one is worse, the presence of one is not an excuse for the other to exist.

All fandoms are bad; I agree with that much. However, not all fandoms are as bad as others. Allow me to explain:

As an example, consider the Pokemon fandom. At it’s roots, it’s founded upon a video game about collecting monsters. Even someone who doesn’t like Pokemon can tell you that, and anyone can easily extrapolate and relate to the basic concepts from the various mediums it spans.

Alternatively, consider the Homestuck fandom. Despite how ridiculously pervasive it has become, I cannot even tell you what it’s about. I even tried reading a fair bit of it, and I still couldn’t understand it. I tried asking it’s fans to explain it, and they couldn’t. It is so self-referential and niche that intrinsically alienates people who are in the fandom from people who are not, and even people who are in the fandom from other people in the fandom.

But the biggest problem I’ve realized is that the Homestuck fandom has an ambiguous leadership if it has one at all. Where fandoms like Pokemon, Adventure Time, and even My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic have a central ownership that cares what the general public feels about their intellectual property. It sets a clear line between what is deemed sanctioned and acceptable and what is blasphemous to the original intent. If and when someone draws some ridiculous Adventure Time porn — which surely exists — the world can turn to the creators, who will quickly make it a point to distance themselves from it.


There is no such mechanism in the Homestuck fandom. As far as I can tell, the lack of moderation within the community has allowed anything and everything to be fair game in the community. That includes going to a public restaurant in costume and communally spitting in a bucket. You would hope that something would be done or said about such things before they happen, but outrage after-the-fact doesn’t do a lot to make the community look any better. Even so, I am sympathetic.


I cannot say much about the creator of Homestuck, but what I can say is that I know he offered direct influence of his intellectual property for lump sums of cash. While I’ve heard that Homestuck has origins that were heavily-influenced by the fans, I can’t help but feel that it’s long-outgrown such a process. With a fandom as large as Homestuck, there is no realistic personal connection between the creator and the fandom, and trying to appeal to everyone at this point would be pandering. If you pair it with the fact that he literally sold power over the story to people who, for some mind-numbing reason, had huge amounts of money laying around, and it seems like a cash-grab on top of everything else. Even as a joke, it’s preposterous.


This makes me feel as if the Homestuck community has no real foundation or center; no guidelines or principles to point to when the fandom faces criticism, making every member vulnerable to prejudice which they are not personally responsible for.

I know for a fact that there are many members of the Homestuck community who are good people. However, the nature of the fandom shows that it’s more of a testament to their personal character rather than the integrity of the community they belong to.

I suppose that some of the fans are quite content without rules or standards, but that level of anarchy — or apathy, as the case may be — is the stuff that makes communities decay. There are always going to be people who make what you love look bad. Where there isn’t a shepherd to keep the herd in-line, there has to be an active community.

And it’s much easier to have one person shoulder the burden than it is to organize every last person.

It raises the age old question of whether or not a movement can exist without leadership; a body without a head. Certainly they can exist, but all experiences seem to show that such movements lack an element that outsiders can relate to; an element necessary to bridge gaps.

It’s all very disappointing, and it literally hurts my brain. While I don’t like Homestuck, there are good people getting disenfranchised by association; just another shitty fandom where the feces from the bottom of the barrel comes so quick that it overflows. All the way to the top.


  1. Take the time to actively weed out the shit from your fandom lest you have to deal with being mistaken for shit for being in a community where dealing with shit means either embracing it or leaving it wherever it falls.

  2. If you’re going to actively fly your fandom banner and parade it everywhere you go, don’t be just be a flagrant bitch or suddenly go into hiding when someone criticizes you. If you don’t actually address what’s being said, you’re just going to make things worse.
  3. Most importantly, if something about your fandom makes you ashamed, it’s not your queue to apologize. It’s your queue to take the steps to fix whatever is shameful about your fandom so you don’t have to be ashamed of it anymore.

Good luck out there. It’s a big internet.

Why Crediting is Important



What’s supposed to happen


What’s happening when you don’t credit


What you’re making them do


Every artist grow by displaying their work and getting critique. But when their work is spread around without any credit to the artist, AND EVEN MAKES THE OWN ARTIST DELETE IT FROM HIS/HER SITE it lost the purpose and meaning.

I don’t reblog much shit, but yeah. This.

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They don’t let you use the word boobs in Scribblenauts……but nothing will keep me from giving my succubus proper boobs.

They don’t let you use the word boobs in Scribblenauts…

…but nothing will keep me from giving my succubus proper boobs.

What Guys Text About

  • Me: Hey, I'm done with class, are you out yet?
  • Neil: Dix
  • Me: Cox
  • Neil: You pass the test. Meet me near the parking lot.