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Formerly -babettew54-Hi, I'm Babette ...I call myself a writer. I'm a Black American. I have strong opinions about my long-time OTP, sexism, racism, ignorance, insensitivity, cruelty and I will speak my mind.
***This blog is multi-fandom (mostly DC) and multi-racial. What else I'm obsessing over, besides my fan fiction writing: Superman (in any verse), Clark Kent, Lois Lane (and the actors who portray them).
***Movie franchises that I like (in no particular order): Star Wars, Star Trek, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Batman, Superman, The Hunger Games, Disney, and Pixar.
***I have a few TV favorites (in no particular order): Once Upon a Time, Bones, New Girl, Grey's Anatomy, The Walking Dead, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Elementary, Glee, Grimm, Game of Thrones, Castle, The Big Bang Theory, The Vampire Diaries, Arrow, Sleepy Hollow, The Originals, Gotham, The Flash
Mary the weeping lady was batshit crazy. She was about to kill Katrina. She fell and killed herself. Ichabod needs to chill out.
He seriously needs to get off his high horse. Women were burned for witchcraft, of course Katrina didn’t tell anyone she was a witch, including Ichabod. “Hi, I’m Katrina. I’m a witch. Wanna hook up?” Someone needs to remind Ichabod he wouldn’t be alive without Katrina’s powers.
He’s mad she didn’t tell him she was a spy? Seriously? I think she would have blown her cover if she had told him… It’s what spies do. She’s a woman on a mission. He knew this when he married her. She’s not a weak obedient housewife.
Without trust, without honesty, how can a union between two persons survive?
With love. Start with love. The kind of love that makes the mundane marvel, that bewilders with its magnificence. Then rebuild.
Touche’, good point.
Love is not enough. It never has been. If you find out the person you dropped everything and betrayed your BFF for has been keeping such massive secrets from you in order to “protect” you, I trust you’d be equally as angry. The show didn’t say exactly how long they were married before Ichabod died, but she would’ve had many opportunities to tell him about her powers and her mission. And even if she felt she couldn’t, she could have fucking told him about the bun in her oven. That’s kind of a huge deal. She talked him into switching sides. She convinced him about the existence of the supernatural. If he learned about her gifts, it’s doubtful he would have turned her away. That was just her own insecurity and fear.
This is why fear diminishes love.
A big part of it is his ego too, I won’t lie. All this time he thought she was the damsel who needed saving, but she treated him like a child who needed to be protected. And yet in his ignorance, he was left vulnerable to the very powers she tried to protect him from. What happened between her and Mary wasn’t the part he didn’t like, it was her deceit. She went through the trouble of writing that bespelled letter and that’s what makes her look shady! She sheltered him. She lied to him, misled him and tricked him; unnecessarily so and it collided with the woman he thought he knew so violently that his entire marriage feels false now. In his mind he’s like, "What else am I going to find out? Who else have you killed in the name of this mission? What other horrors are you responsible for? Who else is going to come at me that I’m not prepared for?" It’s a horrible feeling to discover the person you know and love is a complete stranger to you.
Ray Fisher Discusses Meeting the Justice League & Cyborg
“I didn’t know the extent to which DC and WB had planned on taking my character,” says Fisher, who was hired in March to cameo as Cyborg in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. “When I signed on, I just wanted to be part of this world. But that specific information, I found out then and there. I didn’t think I’d be getting my own stand-alone film.”
“I met everyone in the Justice League except Henry Cavill and Ezra Miller,” Fisher says of the actors who respectively portray Superman and the Flash within the DC Cinematic Universe. “It was surreal. You get this idea of going to work on a Hollywood set as being really stressful and nerve-wracking. But it blew that stereotype away. If they did have stressful times, it wasn’t while I was there.”