hereff said: Bro bunnies
The day you will be asked what this sideblog is about, you shall reply “bunnies and Fëanorians”.
I raise you super tiny bunny on a card
You two are disgusting
This blog will go (again) on a 12-days semi-hiatus, since I’ll be at the Venice Film Festival and I probably won’t have much time to hang out in the Tumblr-sphere. I’ll try to check it as much as possible, but since I’m in a jury, my activity will probably be reduced to a few reblogs and comments, (although I would love to be able to liveblog from the Festival. We’ll see.) and, as always, if you want to write me anything, I’ll try to check my inbox as regularly as I’ll be able to.
Also, obviously, no drawings or any artsy stuff will be posted (
as if I’ve posted anything decent lately)
In the meantime, have fun and keep being awesome.
dear Sauron design
could you please do me a favor and STOP FUCKING CHANGING I’M TRYING TO DRAW YOU GODDAMNIT OK
I hate you a lot
You hear all these “you’re not a real fan unless” and it lists a hundred things, but I met a dude today who saw my Deadpool pin and asked what my favorite story arc was, and I explained that while I loved Deadpool, I was new to Marvel (I only really got into it a year and a half ago) and hadn’t been able to find a lot of the comics. Instead of making a face or a derogatory comment, he just offered to send me all the stuff he had. That is a true fan.
In all seriousness though -
Star Trek is more than a fandom. It is a philosophy.
It’s the belief in a better and brighter future for humanity.
It’s about building up from a horrific past of a war-torn world to create a beautiful future in which hunger and poverty no longer exists.
It’s about unity - making friends and alliances across the galaxy with a diverse set of cultures, from human to Klingon to Cardassian.
It’s about recognizing the value of life even when it looks so different from anything we know - silcon-based, artificial intelligence, etc.
And it’s about being the best person you can ever possibly be.
It’s about learning Latin when you’re in the Academy to be an Engineer.
It’s about keeping up with the humanities while you’re surrounded by the most advanced science we can conceive.
It’s about striving to be something greater, something perhaps it would be impossible for you to ever obtain, because it’s the journey that’s more important than the destination.
It’s about progress - in equal parts scientific and humanitarian.
Star Trek isn’t just about the characters or the plot; what makes Star Trek what it is is the driving philosophy behind it, Roddenberry’s vision.
Most fans I see love Star Trek as much for the philosophy as for anything else. And for those who take the philosophy to heart, it becomes a lifestyle. A lifestyle of progress, growth, and endless possibilities.