On April 24th 1984, a new Sherlock Holmes series from Granada Television premiered for the very first time on our television screens. The series was titled The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and the episode was “A Scandal in Bohemia.” It starred Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes, David Burke as Dr. John Watson, and guest starred Gayle Hunnicutt as Irene Adler.

I was two and a half years not born yet, but I like to think my Sherlock Holmes love started on this day (though technically the first episode I watched was “Wisteria Lodge,” and it was I believe 1999, but details, man. It’s the other Sherlock Holmes who said “I am a man of details, and it matters to me.” So clearly no other Sherlock Holmes cares about details, right? Right?)

Huntress And Misfit


Posting this just for fun. It’s the first half of an eight page Huntress/Misfit story that was going to go in a Birds of Prey annual that didn’t quite happen.

I had almost forgotten about it, and just now found it.

Hope you enjoy.

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I’ve been waiting for this for years. :) Any chance we’ll get to see the other half?

I didn’t understand what all the “May and Coulson are disguised as Fitz Simmons” in the tags. Then I saw these.


"That’s us. The CIA. The Central Intelligence Agency…people"

Adorable bubble of joy who cannot lie to save her life (via that-67-tardis)

Jemma Simmons: Lying like a really bad liar. Still. :)


What about Robert Sheehan as a possible Eugenides? I don’t know if it’s a perfect fit, but we do know that the man has attitude. He can most definitely pull of sassy, petty, mischievous, and probably smarter-than-you as well. I don’t know about God Revealed, but that first picture is the one that got my attention. 

Please, for the love of all that is holy, no. I know Gen is annoying, but I am not annoyed by Sheehan. I want him to die as painfully as possible as soon as he comes on screen.

Tags: Attolia

Experiment. Because I am weak.

"You don’t win wars with niceness, doctor. You win wars with guts."

It seems like every week, I say the same thing: the show has problems. It’s got dreadful dialogue, weak or misguided character development, awful pacing - but it also has moments like these. And when people tell me that “Darcy is worth 100 FitzSimmons” (don’t get me wrong - Darcy cracks me up, but FitzSimmons are my very favorites), I get quite cross.

(Source: aos-gifs)

Reblog that stuff in a hot second. Because I’ve been saying this for a year and a half now!

Reblog that stuff in a hot second. Because I’ve been saying this for a year and a half now!

(Source: positivelyelementary)

My name! And many of my buddies! Whee!


Well, the opening is quite wonky, but Need For Speed was actually quite enjoyable. Not quite as fun as the Fast and Furious movies, but it has a lot of pleasures of its own.