(Since there was obviously no Halloween this year.)
game of thrones
Awww this is so cute. I wanna have a go at Funko photography (…funktography?) one of these days I think.
If you’ve been following my blog you will know that I’ve begun collecting and become obsessed with Funko Pop Vinyls.
Recently I’ve been photographing them and putting them onto themed backgrounds. It’s been helping to relieve depression and boredom but it’s also quite fun. The ones I’ve created so far are below. As my collection grows, I’ll add more.
AGENT PEGGY CARTER & HER NIECE AGENT 13- SHARON CARTERView original post
To celebrate the occasion, here’s some of my favourite ladies from fiction!
Row 1: Amy Pond (Doctor Who), Sephy Hadley (Noughts and Crosses), Gamora (Guardians of the Galaxy/MCU), Rose Tico (Star Wars), Elsa (Frozen/Disney), Melissa Chartres (The Last Man on Earth)
Row 2: Eowyn (The Lord of the Rings/Middle Earth), Quinn Ergon (Final Space), The Thirteenth Doctor (Doctor Who), Princess Bubblegum (Adventure Time), Jane Foster (Thor/MCU), Amy Santiago (Brooklyn 99)
Row 3: Brook Soso (Orange is the New Black), Nebula (Guardians of the Galaxy/MCU), Erica Dundee (The Last Man on Earth), Kitty Winter (Sherlock Holmes), Rose Tyler (Doctor Who), Briony Tallis (Atonement)
Row 4: Meredith Quill (Guardians of the Galaxy/MCU), Missandei (Game of Thrones), Rey (Star Wars), Donna Noble (Doctor Who), Carol Pilbasian (The Last Man on Earth), Esmeralda (The Hunchback of Notre Dame/Disney)
Row 5: Sansa Stark (Game of Thrones), Ash Graven (Final Space), Tiana (The Princess and the Frog/Disney), Sophia Burset (Orange is the New Black), Misty (Pokemon), Clara Oswald (Doctor Who)
Row 6: Bill Potts (Doctor Who), Mary Brown (Paddington), Mako Mori (Pacific Rim), Gwen Stacy (Spider-Man), Jackie Tyler (Doctor Who), Ursula Ditkovich (Spider-Man)
Row 7: Yaz Khan (Doctor Who), Mary Jane Watson (Spider-Man), Marceline (Adventure Time), Michelle (10 Cloverfield Lane,), Natasha Romanoff (Black Widow/MCU), Mantis (Guardians of the Galaxy (MCU)
Row 8: Eponine Thenardier (Les Miserables), Mabel Pines (Gravity Falls), Sandra Kaluiokalani (Superstore), Padme Amidala (Star Wars), Martha Jones (Doctor Who), Jasmine (Aladdin/Disney)
Row 9: Beru Whitesun (Star Wars), Nakia (Black Panther/MCU), Diana (Wonder Woman), Chummy Browne (Call the Midwife), Rosa Diaz (Brooklyn 99), Leia Organa (Star Wars)
In the finale, someone finally suggests democracy for Westeros and everyone bursts out laughing. Even Sansa smiles. Sansa! Now-Queen Sansa! So that was a wake-up call.
There is much I like(d) about Game of Thrones but this ending felt terribly anticlimatic. Daenerys is gone, in pretty much exactly the way I thought she would, Cersei is gone, Jaime is gone, the Night King is gone (so much for the White Walkers being a metaphor for climate change), Drogon is gone… also thousands of innocent people are gone. I really wanted Game of Thrones to show us a look at the ordinary non-nobles of the world and it never happened. How did they bury their dead? How did they rebuild? Wouldn’t it have actually been pretty satisfying (to me at least) if Daenerys had been killed by some random kid from KL who just saw her parents burn in front of her?
But we didn’t get that. I’d have liked it if, right at the very end, the show did flash forward those ten years Tyrion talked about and everything was… just the same. The bakers, crafters and smiths of Westeros are still trodden beneath various kings and queens. Then the camera zooms in to focus on a cart wheel, still turning away.
I hate the way she died, but the Beautiful Death illustration for Missandei really is gorgeous