I thought this Once Upon a Dream song feels very appropriate for memory loss boyfriends, and I figured it could have made a great soundtrack to the Cap 2 ending if it went a little something like this!
*looking thru more and more fanart of JD/DJ*
*panting and sweating & just all-around enjoying the pictures*
*pictures of knives & Dio trying to kill Jonathan in their youth*
*pictures of them fighting as kids, knocking each other’s teeth off*
*pictures of mouths filled with roses & thorny vines binding & cutting flesh at the neck*
*pics of severed heads held lovingly under the sea, & skulls left with green lipstick marks*
*of all kinds of Dio always biting & drawing blood whenever (wherever) he kisses Jon*
*of Dio killing other Joestars in the name of acquiring the perfect body for Jon*
*& the first thing Jon does upon resurrection is punch a hole through Dio’s face*
*of them raising little Giorno, like the canon, biological parents they are*
*of neck stitches coming loose, tears, chocking, & the afterlife*
*of reading books in bed, never seeing the sun, & sharing blood in a wine glass*
*there’s also excessive clinging & chocolate…& some threesomes…*
wow these two are so messed up *love*
Asked by Anonymous
Well time to face facts, Jack! Danny likes EddxEddy just fine and the core of the show is based around them bickering like an old married couple and then flirting with each other. He made a whole movie about them learning to understand each other and then ended it with them holding hands and gazing into each other’s eyes, a drawing he heavily directed to the point where it’s said he drew Eddy himself. EddEddy is the relationship this whole show is built around so it is the most developed/most canon ship.
Comics Pride: 50 Comics and Characters That Resonate with LGBT Readers
We are not the mainstream.
That’s a truth understood by anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or in any other way queer. We are not the audience. We are not the market. We are not the people.
It’s also a truth understood by a lot of people with a passion for comics. We know our love for this medium has traditionally marked us as niche. We are kids with a solitary hobby. We are adults who read picture books. We are customers of stores that other people have never been to. So perhaps it’s not surprising that a lot of LGBT people are proud nerds, and a lot of comic nerds are proudly queer. We already know we’re fringe. Why not embrace it?