In case anyone’s interested (hah, of course you are) these are the individual ‘Batches from this. The only one not included is Creeperbatch (Paul Marshall). But I think that’s OK. I know every ‘Batch is Sexybatch, but… yeah. No. We can live without that one when we’ve got ten others to visually please us.
Omg I can die peacefully now :p
Comme des Garçons, 1983
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
[SOLVING MURDERS YEAHHHH]
bless the elementary writers (◡‿◡✿)
The Artemis Fowl author picks his favourite fictional nasties, from Bond baddies and comic book creeps to classic counts and captains
Yes, the list includes Moriarty.
Dead of cute
Notify my next of kin
I recced Bright Star yesterday. I promise it’s not just because of this scene.
Irene Adler only appeared in one of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories, but she’s considered a pivotal figure in the Holmes canon, nonetheless. And we’ve seen several of the latest Sherlock Holmes interpretations debut their own versions of Irene Adler in recent years. On the plus side, these 21st Century Adlers are more action oriented â but in several key ways, they actually seem more old-fashioned than Doyle’s 19th Century original.
does what it says on the tin. Excellent analysis, though the author doesn’t really answer the question.