headspace-hotel: headspace-hotel: thinking about werewolves and the concept of becoming a monster and discovering that something savage and uncontrollable exists within you and the potential that has to be a liberating narrative about growth and change and courage rather than a story about controlling and concealing it Being a werewolf is about shame. I think it’s also about anger, trauma, not belonging, and the fear that you might be unlovable. The shame of being a…

Why u so hot tho buddy? Who gave u the right to make me feel some sorta way huh?

Guess what, bucko, I got the right to make you feel any sorta way I please. Anybody else too. I am just the handsomest motherfucker around, and I ain’t changing it just to make nobody more comfortable. 😼 But hey, you got an itch you can’t scratch, you didn’t hear it from me but there’s some dirty pics of yours truely floatin’ around the net. Some of ‘em are even half alright to look at.

“Managed not to kill Maverick through this whole op,” Creed growled. “Guess I deserve a medal for that alone.” X-Men: Codename Wolverine (1998) Christopher Golden

tired-fandom-ndn: Highly underrated ship dynamic is the lovers who rule a criminal empire together, surrounded by luxury that was paid for with blood and having absolutely no regrets.

end of Team-X personal thoughts tfw canon tries to paint you as a lunatic and you are a lunatic usually but you’re just like, no, actually I still feel completely justified in that situation and I stand by my actions. I’m gonna rant about this for a bit. Its my fuckin blog so. I am fucking pissed about the way the comic tries to portray the way Team X came apart and ended. IE, they…

Whatever happened to Team X? The last mission of Team X makes a lot more sense when you put it in chronological order. Panels variously from: X-Men (1991) #5-7, Wolverine (1988) #60 From Wolverine’s perspective: Sabretooth snapped and killed an innocent woman because he panicked in a desperate scenario. From Sabretooth’s perspective: Sabretooth as team leader put the safety of his team first in a no-win situation where they had bad intel and significant complications…

Team X, Weapon X, Fuck Xs Brainwashing? Torture? Shady fellas greatest sin might be usin’ the ‘X’ in every goddamn thing and confusing the issue. Team X: A CIA-affiliated, government sanctioned, Black Ops team in the early 1960s utilizing drugs, and implanted memories via other advanced mind control techniques (a la MK-Ultra) to control its members and keep its information classified. Roster: Wolverine, Sabretooth, Maverick, Kestrel, Silver Fox (and according to some sources Mastodon and…

Heroes Reborn: Siege Society comes out tomorrow. Sabretooth content is thin on the ground since Krakoa so I ain’t going to be picky enough not to read it, but I gotta wonder how close to mainline it’ll be, or if we’re looking at somethin closer to Age of Apocalypse version. I’m sure there’s plenty of people who are real attached to AoA Sabie and sure, cool, whatever, but he’s so diverged he’s basically a different…

Magic switches the emotional priorities of Sabretooth, Wolverine, and Kitty Pryde between one another…wild. Wolverine (1988) #128

Legal Limit? “Legal limit” makes its first appearance in this August 1998 issue Wolverine #127. (As an aside, Sabretooth and Kitty end up working together for a little bit as seen below) But before all that, regarding the subject of limits, X-Men Unlimited #3 (December 1993, the beginning of the basement arc) gives us some more perspective on the idea. Of course, this is contradicted later in 2013’s Deadpool #59– BUT, it IS a Deadpool…

“Naaah! I’m too good lookin’… some o’ these ol’ boys look like they been beat up all night with the ugly stick!” Wolverine (1988) #60