Some pages from one of my 4 Sprusilla scrapbooks
This is absolutely gorgeous!
May I ask where the paragraph clipping in the last page is from?
This blogger either likes, loves, or respects the significance of the character Dawn Summers from Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Actors that don’t have the same accent as their characters fuck with my head.
The sisterly bond Buffy shared with Dawn will forever be more important to me than any romantic relationship she had on the show.
Oh my gosh, I’m so sorry, I had no idea!
I’ll just go edit the post now; thank you for bringing this to my attention, and my apologies for not checking the origin of the GIF and asking permission to use it beforehand.
And just so everyone knows; Marilyn May makes absolutely gorgeous gifs.
It’s so odd how this picture has managed to make one of the most disturbed, twisted, and nefarious fictional ‘families’ in TV history look strangely adorable.
Kudos to Nachan for the wonderful artwork. <3
Drusilla by Sam Shearon
Character Who didn’t get enough screen time
I think Drusilla should have gotten more screen time. Even in like flashbacks. Drusilla is such an amazing interesting character and the fact that after season 2 we only see her in relation to Spike is sad. I want to see Dru making her own plans and trying to do something with her existence other than following or trying to get back to her family. Or can we see Drusilla successively killing Angel because I would pay good money for that…
Also Oz was great. He should have stuck around for little more than he did.
New favorite shirt! Ignore my greasy hair. I’m literally on my way to the salon.
If someone knows the artists tumbler please tag them!
Unpopular opinion: I don’t hate Dawn Summers
An even more unpopular opinion: I adore Dawn Summers with all my heart, and with the exception of Drusilla, she is genuinely my favourite character. I love her to pieces.
What I love so much about this small yet significant scene is how Spike grins at her request (which isn’t conveyed in this ). Nothing makes him happier than indulging Drusilla, than giving her whatever her dead-heart desires. Drusilla is sick, weakened, perhaps even dying (a possibility that was hinted at but never confirmed), and Spike was willing to do anything to cheer her up…
…And then he inadvertently gets her almost staked by Buffy, thrown down half a flight of stairs, and trapped in a basement with him. Ouch. (Side note: How did they get out of that basement?)
Imagine how Spike must have felt, to have promised his sire, his salvation, the centre of his existence at this point in the series a grand night out (of evil and massacre) and giving her a near-second-death-experience and flung down a set of steps. Imagine his guilt, his disappointment, his frustration at letting her down.
Just a thought.