graphitedoll:

"True Love comes in many forms"

since i’ve equated a few of my favorite dreamworks movies to celestial bodies, i wanted to do something similar with a few disney/pixar movies that i love and love seems to be just the right theme !!

remember to buy gifts for your mom! there’s only 1 week left to prepare !!

(via modelrabbitenju)

Reblogged from graphitedoll

Track:
Episode 2: From Bad To Worse

Artist:
Giant Gnome Productions

Album:
Star Trek: Outpost

Star Trek: Outpost – Episode 2

Inside the mysterious area of space known as “The Pinch,” Lt. Exler and Dr. Winston have taken an away team aboard the doomed Ferengi ship Profitable Venture in search of survivors. Just as the last of the away team is about to beam back, the Ferengi vessel explodes, crippling the Chimera. Adrift among a sea of debris, the Chimera now sits nearly defenseless as her crew works desperately to repair the ship and return to the safety of DS3. The crew soon discovers, however, that they are not alone…

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If you want to hear more of my favorite audio drama shows, you can find them at the tag #daily audio drama.

Track:
Episode 1: What Could Be So Bad?

Artist:
Giant Gnome Productions

Album:
Star Trek Outpost

Star Trek: Outpost – Episode 1

Life is good for Lt. Greg Torkelson aboard the USS Remington a Starfleet research vessel stationed near the Venderis Nebula. However, when word comes that he’s been promoted to the Executive Officer of Deep Space Station 3, an outpost in the backwaters of Federation space, he quickly discovers that all is not as it appears, and what seems to be too good to be true just might be.

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If you enjoy this show and want to send your praise, please visit Giant Gnome Productions.

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If you want to hear more of my favorite audio drama shows, you can find them at the tag #daily audio drama.

coelasquid:

Whenever people point to Mary Shelley and say “a woman invented sci-fi you know” I just think “well, I mean, technically a woman invented the whole concept of authoring books as far as we can tell but hey who’s keeping track”

(Source: Wikipedia, via barukkhazadmotherfuckers)

Reblogged from coelasquid

Episode 3

It’s contract renewal time with station management, and negotiations get tricky. Plus, a new city litter initiative, books stop working, and a creeping fear comes to town!

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If you want to hear more of my favorite audio drama shows, you can find them at the tag #daily audio drama.

Drakestroke/Family Made By Hand AU - Death of a Father (notes/ideas continued #2)

(continuation of this)
- Tim is shocked, to say the absolute least. At this point, he’s honestly not sure if his mom is alive, if he’s dead somehow and seeing his mom’s spirit, or if he’s simply lost his mind. The fact that he’s both sleep deprived and still feeling the effects of the drugs Slade used on him doesn’t help. He eventually passes out again without confirming one way or another if his mother is really alive.
- If it wasn’t for the fact that Tim passed out and turned out to be feverish and quite sick after all the stress he’d been under, Janet might’ve shot Slade… Nothing fatal… but enough of a flesh wound to convey how very, very, VERY irritated she was with him. Thankfully (for Slade’s sake), Janet was too busy slipping into mother hen mode to lash out at him.
- Jack’s death comes as a shock to Janet, but she focuses on Tim as a way of avoiding dealing with her grief.
- Tim wakes up a day and a half later. He wakes to the sight of his mother asleep in a chair beside his bed, a book in her lap.
(Do I stick to canon history or tweak it for the AU? Canon history states that Jack died during the “Identity Crisis” event because of Jean Loring, the ex-wife of the Atom, arranging Boomerang to make an attempt on Jack’s life.
However, in this AU, upon learning that Jack Drake’s life was taken by Captain Boomerang (Digger Harkness), Janet, Slade, and/or a friend Janet has in the CIA have suspicions that Boomerang was hired to kill Jack (and possibly Tim) as a way of flushing Janet out in the open. Some old enemy of Janet could’ve discovered she’s still alive… or a new enemy discovered she had family she was separated from…
Either way, initially Tim believes his father died because of his role as Robin… That somehow Boomerang, or someone who hired Boomerang, found out his identity.)

Episode 2

A mysterious, glowing cloud makes its way across Night Vale. Plus, new Boy Scouts hierarchy, community events calendar, and a PTA bake sale for a great cause!

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Like what you hear? Send your support and comments to Welcome to Night Vale at Commonplace Books.

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If you want to hear more of my favorite audio drama shows, you can find them at the tag #daily audio drama.