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lawboy loreboy psychicboy <3
a moose, a squirrel, and a mish
I think of current cas and jack were transported back to season 1 and met dean and cas was like “oh yeah I’m a hunter and a father” and dean saw how he was with jack then dean would probably look for approval from him like a surrogate father and it would cause cas to go into cardiac arrest from discomfort
I had the great honor of drawing this for my lovely friend mandalarose. If you're unhappy w/ the ending of SPN here is an ending that will make your heart soar (+possibly cry happy little tears). It's beautiful <3 link below if you want to read this amazing Fix-it fic.
I'm so excited for the spooky season, guys. I want to get back here and write after... well, so long. Any special requests?
Carry On Anniversary watch party
On Nov.19 at 8pm EST come watch the barn scene together and cry!
Please reblog so we can get a big group together!
Welcome to my not-quite review of the third Supernatural novel, Bone Key.
Author: Keith R.A. DeCandido
Timeline: Set after Episode 3.07 A Very Supernatural Christmas
Location: Key West, Florida
Synopsis: Sam and Dean head to Key West, Florida to investigate reports of supercharged ghosts. What they encounter is far deadlier and far older than they ever anticipated.
Warning: Spoilers abound!
I found this book very enjoyable. It was certainly a much faster read than the previous two. With the story being further along in the series, there are a lot of callbacks to prior episodes, mostly concerning Dean's demon deal.
LGBTQ+ representation: Sam and Dean stay at a B&B with a lesbian couple and another gay couple is highlighted. Normally, I wouldn't mention this, but the book was written in 2008, which may have been early for representation in the media (I'll admit I haven't paid close attention to the evolution of such), and I think is still relevant today. Of course, Dean is quite straight in the novel, going after multiple women, so it fits with canon.
Included are a few references to sexual situations, e.g., a woman being leered at by her step-brothers, to a ghost who was gang-raped. It's not graphic by any means, but it's interesting to see how a novel can share more than a tv series can (or at least get past the censors).
Bobby appears in the book as Sam and Dean share the New Year with him drinking champagne out of whiskey glasses. This whole scene leads into a page's worth of trolling Ryan Seacrest. LOL!!!
Dean: "Who's the genius who thought replacing Dick Clark with Ryan Seacrest was a good idea?"
Sam: "Well, he was on American Idol."
Dean: "Dude, you are not equating being on that lame-ass Star Search wannabe show with American Bandstand, are you?"
Bone Key has fewer references to the boy's past than the previous two books, but here is a fun bit: "I don't need to make myself tall, Dean, I am tall," Sam said in that tone he always used when he gloatingly reminded Dean that, for all that Sam was the "little" brother, he had a good three inches on Dean. Sammy'd been using that tone since hitting his growth spurt at age fourteen and shooting past Dean on the height chart. Back then, of course, Sam provided those reminders approximately once every five minutes. "Hey," teenaged Sam would say, "can I borrow your jacket? Oh, wait - it's too small for me!""
In addition to the above, the book mentions John trying to put Dean in martial arts classes and it eventually failing because they moved around too much, and Dean's more of a brawler.
There's additional insight into Dean's intelligence that I find fits very well with canon after both acknowledging they know what laissez-faire means: 'When they were kids, Sam was always the book-smart one who liked studying, while Dean was more of the type to beat up the nerds, and who hated admitting to knowing anything. Smart made you an outcast, and given their hard-traveling ways, Dean had enough issues in school with that. So he adopted the jock persona of not caring about learning anything. That tendency still bled into his personality, to Sam's annoyance, to the point where Dean would profess ignorance on subjects Sam knew damn well he was knowledgeable about. Anything to not be the nerdy kid."
First, I don't believe for one second that Dean beat up nerds. Bullies, yes. Second, I can totally see the not wanting to seem smart as part of Dean's personality. He does this multiple times in the tv series. Sometimes Sam calls him on it, other times he lets him get away with it.
At one point, a demon requests that the boys work with them so they can both get rid of the 'big bad'. They are reluctant, as they should be, but then she brings up Ruby. Most of that fits with canon, but there was this part that confused me because I don't remember anything like this in the TV series: 'Ruby had also dropped some hints about Sam and Dean's mother that were leading Sam down some disturbing roads - sufficiently disturbing that he hadn't shared Ruby's revelations (and his own research) on the subject with Dean.'
If anyone remembers what that might be about, let me know!
As the end nears, there is a lot of Dean worrying about Sam, and a final showdown that basically uses the love he has for Sam as an anchor and uses that power to destroy the big bad.
Some final notes:
Funny scene: Dean has to pick up Bobby at the airport (yes, Bobby took a plane). His fear of flying comes back in full force, so much so that he seriously considers smoking. In fact, if he's going to Hell anyway, what's the harm? Luckily, budgetary reasons win out. Smoking is expensive.
Brotherly moment/Hurt Dean: I'll let this section speak for itself: 'Dean had suffered plenty of pain in his life. He'd been beaten up, beat down, shot at, stabbed, cut, electrocuted, punched, kicked, bit, thrown across more rooms than he could count, and run over by a Mack truck. If you combined all that pain, It was only a fraction of what Dean felt now.... No matter how bad it got, though, he refused to let the protection for Sam and the others falter. It didn't matter if he died in the effort - he was dead anyhow - but that sonofabitch wasn't taking Sam with him.'
Extra Bonus: For readers of my other blog: '[People] came in from the parking-lot entrance, as Megan had, past that smelly guy who was selling his poetry.'
I see your claims that John was never around or never around enough to properly look after his kids, and I raise you the John Winchester Cure-All Kitchen Sink Soup with enough cayenne pepper to burn your lips off.
Sorry? What was that? The sound of s8e21 coming down to let you know that John was, in fact, a dad?
Yes. Yes it was.
about dean learning that god is very simple and love shouldn’t burn￼, as mitski said
TFW decides to get a pet cat and everything's going swimmingly until one day Sam and Dean walk in on Cas having a heated argument with the cat so they have to give him away to Jody and the girls
Sam Winchester in 1x16 Shadow
Sam: Your future self is hating you for the poor decisions you’re making today.
Dean, flicking the top off of a bottle of vodka: Bold of you to assume my current self isn’t hating me for the poor decisions I’m making today.
I have an amazing theory:
so mary has a brother that is mentioned in one episode in the first season and never again right? what if nick was that brother? it would make sense because he could contain lucifer but he wasn’t a perfect vessel because sam was. he could’ve pulled a sam and left the life and had a family. which was murdered by demons just like sam’s found family, jessica.
dean doesn’t look like jackles in my mind, he looks like an amalgamation of every fanart i’ve ever seen plus some special features that my brain has just decided belong to dean
castiel doesn’t look like misha in my mind, in my mind he’s simultaneously much older looking and much younger looking but it is key that his eyes are always squinting except for when he’s looking at dean
sam on the other hand looks exactly like jared padalecki, if jared wasn’t a republican
I just got out of school. I am wearing my oversized Twenty Øne Piløts T-shirt today. It's the Blurryface era. I am planing to go as Tyler on Halloween, black body paint included. I wish any of my friends where into the Emo Quartet ™, so I could have a Josh to go with my Tyler.
During the bus ride home, I am listening to That's the Spirit by Bring Me The Horizon while browse 9Gag on my phone. No one understands me. No one is as edgy as me. I wish Hot Topic would ship to my country.
While eating lunch, I watch Supernatural season 11. I hate the darkness storyline but I keep on watching anyway. I am in too deep.
After homework, it's time for fun. I just got my copy of The Amazing Book is Not on Fire. I devour it in an hour.
After I am done reading, I watch Dan and Phil play Five Nights at Freddy's even though I have already seen Markiplier's Let's Play.
Now it's time for bed but first, Fanfiction. I browse AO3. Should I read stay in place (sing a chorus) aka The Forest Fic or Alone on the Water, my favorite Johnlock Fic?
It's 2015. Life is good.
If you are looking for my Supernatural Tie-In Novel reviews, they are now located on a separate Tumblr page: Supernatural Novels and More. Follow me there for weekly updates as I share my thoughts and canon vs. non-canon notes from each of the 17 novels. I hope you enjoy!
whoops i deleted the original n then it started gettin notes so. here it is again:
sam winchester + text posts etc 💗
Abby and Sam going on sibling dates to mythology exhibits at museums and Abby just going “I fought this bitch behind a Waffle House once”
Anna, when did the voices start? Do you remember? I can tell you exactly.