please watch this it’s 6 seconds long
If I am ever upset send me this video. It is scientifically proven that this video will cheer me up no matter what. I have been sobbing in the middle of the night and I STILL LAUGHED when I saw this video. This video is everything I hope to be in life.
44% of the audience of Guardians of the Galaxy is female and all the speculation states that women went to see it for Chris Pratt’s body. I don’t think that’s fair. Maybe (and this is crazy) they just like kickass movies with space shit and explosions. Maybe women can do things without men being their motivation. Maybe.
Unless we get to say that the men went to see GotG for the same reason #maybe
Alias: Magi Sisters (‘Magic sisters’)
Power: Manipulation of Nature, Water, and Fire. The three sisters can alternate which power they have at any given time, so long as both consent to the swap. However, they all have their own ‘preferred’ element (using the other elements is kind of like writing with one’s left hand when one is right-handed), so they tend to stick to their preferred element unless the situation calls for it. They are able to combine their elemental manipulation together for even more powerful attacks (eg: water+nature to create a mudslide or nature+fire for a fire tornado). The downside to their power is that they are strongest while they are together. Their powers weaken with distance from one another, so they tend to stay in a close pack.
Origin: The Magi Sisters are mixed-raced; their mother is a powerful alien from another world (from which they get their powers) and their father is human. They prefer earth because mixed-race children are seen as inferior on their mother’s planet since the human genes weaken their abilities. It is suspected that their distance-related weakness is due to their half-human genetics. They’re not particularly upset at this. Their parents love them and their mom left her home planet for a reason: those aliens are jerks.
Nemesis: Darkseid (DC comics)
SO COOL YESS
Power: Telepathic communication. Imp can communicate by imposing her voice into other people’s brains. This power is extra effective because she is often overlooked as ‘unimportant’ and ‘unnoteworthy’. This is most likely because she is selectively mute. She is able to pass under the radar unsuspected as she causes havoc by telepathically blackmailing people, convincing them that they are hearing voices in their head (because let’s be honest, they technically are), or even convincing extremists that she is the voice of god and they must do her bidding.
Origin: Imp’s selective mutism is not a result of her power. She was uninterested in speech before she developed her abilities. Not much is known about her, but it can be assumed that she belongs to the homo superior race, more commonly known as ‘mutants’. People would probably think that she chose villainhood because she’s bullied for her disinterest in talking to people, but the reality of it is that she thinks that it’s much more fun to make people go in circles than it is to help them.
Nemesis: Jean Grey/Phoenix (Marvel Comics)
(unimportant and unnoteworthy???)