- more superheroes with disabilities
- more superheroes with visible physical and prominent mental disabilities which affect their day-to-day lives and their superheroing in negative, significant ways
- more superheroes proud of who they are and fine with their disability
- more superheroes with entire arcs about accepting and learning to work with their disabilities
- no more magical recovery from disabilities
6. No more superheroes with powers that effectively cancel out their disability. (Yes, looking at Daredevil, though he’s not the only one)
7. No more characters whose super power is supposed to be viewed as “ironic” because of their disability (such as, a blind person who can “see” the future)
do you ever just stop and realize how much pokemon has grown
like wow it just really amazes me
well i mean
pokemon isnt the best example
Wrestling is literally anime because normal people cannot do this.
Okay, so in Science class yesterday we were talking about sleep cycles and melatonin and my science teacher said, “if you’re trying to sleep, avoid one colour. Blue. Your melatonin levels decrease when looking at the colour blue because it’s the colour of the sky.” GUYS, I KNOW WHY NONE OF US SLEEP. TUMBLR IS BLUE.
THE JIG IS UP, YOU SNEAKY BASTARDS. WE’RE ONTO YOU.
|—||a passionate eye doctor as he throws glasses into a screaming crowd (via richarcl)|
If Belle never found the castle…
A thousand times reblog
Tale as old as time
Older than that guy
Beauty and Maurice
I passed this 4 times before I realized this…
what the fuck is this
i scrolled down for an explanation and there was none
The one true weakness of the elusive speedster.
(Captain America: The Winter Soldier/X-men: Evolution S01E06)
Wally’s not impressed with your mediocre “speedsters”
The Bat-Dance was a thing, never forget
It’s called the Batusi, thank you very much.