gaisce: (Even Beasts can be human)
Welp, I kind of stopped posting there for a while. Oops.

Title: Who Knows You Best
Series: Rapunzel also known as Tangled but whatever Disney, whatever!
Spoilers/warnings: Post-series. Deals with emotional abuse.
Wordcount: 1,394
Summary: A mirror shard and shorn hair are enough to finally free Rapunzel from her life in the tower, but not all ties are as easily cut.

A passive-aggressive mother figure as a Disney villain? SCARIEST THING )
gaisce: (Responsibility is overrated)
I thought Dr. Facilier was an interesting villain but his motivation was really unspecific, especially since he was a foil to the princess with the most concrete goals. I guess it makes sense though. A charlatan is all flash and image, but no substance. much like my writing

Title: Go Down Easy
Series: The Princess and the Frog
Spoilers/warnings: Mentions voodoo but since Disney isn’t 100% accurate (gasp! shock!) and my research is conflicting/spotty I've mostly tried not to sound terribly ignorant, although if there are any mistakes I would appreciate correction.
Wordcount: 1,260
Summary: Pre-series. The Shadowman before he was even a man, but a child. And he too was taught that hard work and dreams would make his life better.

Any time tomorrow a part of me will die and a new one will be born )
gaisce: (Contemplating the mysteries of life)
I've finally crawled out of the backlog of all my obligations (okay just some) but the perfect response would be to give myself more work. Everyone I flaked out on before has full permission to smack me here. Yes, even if I'm still working on their other stuff...

The first TEN people to comment in this post get to request a drabble of any pairing/character of their choosing from me. In return, they have to post this in their journal, regardless of their ability level. If you absolutely can't write, I don't see why you wouldn't be able to offer drawings or icons or something instead.

1. [livejournal.com profile] silverprism - Static Shock: Virgil and Richie
2. [livejournal.com profile] wonderseal - AtLA/Mulan: Azula and Mulan
3. [livejournal.com profile] synergic - Princess Tutu: Mytho/Ahiru(ish)
4. [livejournal.com profile] starsofnite - DC/AtLA: Impulse and Toph
5. [livejournal.com profile] calophi - TricK: Ueda/Naoko
6. [livejournal.com profile] lady_ganesh - DC comics: Impulse and Brainy
7. [livejournal.com profile] etherealprey - Adventures of Sinbad: Maeve/Sinbad
8. [livejournal.com profile] skyebanshee - Merlin: Merlin/Arthur ...sort of?
9. [livejournal.com profile] timmesque - Princess Tutu: Mytho/Rue
10. Congratulatory short story of stupid for me for finishing this one for once
gaisce: (Tell me a story)
Wow, Enchanted was a beautiful movie. Of course it catered to my every taste so unless it was terrible like Ella Enchanted I thought I would be a worthwhile experience! Amy Adams is perfect as Giselle and the story, oh god the story was beautiful. Tropes turned on their head! Parody and self-conscious referencing! Moments that made my heart go all aflutter in glee! Plot bunnies chewing on me! So spoiler rambling and fic after the cut.

Sometimes you reach what's real just by making believe )

Other news, I saw the extended trailer for the Golden Compass and eeeeeeeeeeeeeee, my Christmas spirit is embodied in the form of a giant mercenary polar bear with armor. Iorek! Ioreeeeeek ♥
gaisce: (That's wrong even by my standards)
I think it's funny my non-anime slash is predominantly in bizarre romance. Comics are a whole other field of crazy, but a lot of the time I end up watching something animated and quirky and my brain gets these crack ideas for crack couplings. So I'm throwing some on here to free up space. It's like those discount bins in toy stores that have Wesley Crusher figures that you only buy so you can send him "where no man has gone before." If don't get the reference I suggest not reading these. If you do...

Geek.


Cracked Rearview Mirror )
gaisce: (Doyle: The good fight yeah?)
Saw "The Incredibles." I am amazed how much Disney will let Pixar/Brad Bird get away with in terms of dark subject matter because the story is just fantastic. I have to say it's honestly a lot more "mature" than most of the comics out there with the still-fascist Comics Code Authority mark on it. It can't compare to "The Iron Giant" but the fact that he leaves so much open to interpretation (half in part that explicitly stating it would ruin the effect and half because Disney would have conniptions). And I'm geeky enough to sit down and write something nearing 2,000 words on it just because it was that damn interesting.

I await the mockery of any who read, but know that I can mock you back for either watching it (and that means you've seen the things I'm referring to too. I know you have!) or you were silly enough to read this spoilery-thing without watching the movie first. Silly rabbit.

There is something, deep and pulling, leaving everything behind. Something about having everything you'll ever need... )

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