Send me ✤, a character from one of my fandoms, and the name of a *different* fandom and I’ll write a drabble about an AU version of that character in the other fandom’s universe
Ooooh this looks like fun. Send me any fandoms you like/have seen on my blog, I’ll educate myself briefly if I have to!
KnB Finals (Spoiler)
Whelp, that’s it. Seirin’s won.
Tagged by chippokenabokura
Rules: In a text post, list ten books (but I guess manga and comics are good as well) that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard — they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag [ten] friends, including me, so I’ll see your list. Make sure you let your friends know you’ve tagged them.
- Bridge of Birds, Barry Hughart
- Clique series, Lisi Harrision
- Protector of the Small, Tamora Pierce
- Empowered (comic), Adam Warren
- The Jungle Book, Ruyard Kipling
- Before I Fall, Lauren Oliver
- All Things Bright and Beautiful, James Herriot
- Corfu series, Gerald Durrell
- No Man’s Land (Batman comic run)
- Good Omens, Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
this dog is part husky part lab
the split is straight down the middle, quite literally
LOOK AT THIS!!! It looks like two different dogs! She literally got looks from both sides of her parents! JUST IMAGINE HOW HAPPY THEY MUST BE!!!!!
Five stories, five schools. Two protagonists.
Kuroko no Basuke, reimagined.
*Credit to tormalyne for creating the banner.
The Stories (COMPLETE LISTING)
Kuroko at Kaijou - Kaijou’s Miracles - aiwritingfic
Kuroko at Shuutoku - Begin Again - tormalyne
Kagami at Touou - Never stay behind (or he’ll always be ahead) - takaomine
Kuroko at Yousen - Sweets to The Sweet - half-sleeping
Kagami at Rakuzan - To the Victor the Spoils - readerofasaph
There was no such thing as a strong basketball team in Japan — or so Kagami thought until his first day in Rakuzan High.
Kagami found out exactly what Akashi meant by fulfilling his responsibilities the next day in math class when he was woken up, painfully, by a sharp jab to the back of his neck.
He sat up, looked behind him, and saw Akashi calmly putting away the pen he’d just used to stab Kagami awake.
This sequence of events repeated itself in geography, chemistry, history and Japanese literature. By lunchtime there was a very sore and ink-stained spot on Kagami’s neck where Akashi had poked him repeatedly with the end of a ballpoint pen.