The Trenchcoat Brigade

some of the best from @AnselElgort (insp.)

kaeandlucy:

byebyebananas:

i-am-fangirl-hear-me-squeal:

this is the most adorable thing i have ever seen

 ”I’m determined to be taller than you are”

determination will get you anywhere

it’s hermione fucking granger what did you expect

(John Constantine) got his start in 1985, in a comic book old enough to be Supernatural’s dad.
Turhan’s Bey Company, after people complained the new Constantine show was a SPN rip-off. (via thehappysorceress)

“I’m the one who steps from the shadows, all trenchcoat and cigarette and arrogance, ready to deal with the madness. Oh, I’ve got it all sewn up. I can save you. If it takes the last drop of your blood, I’ll drive your demons away. I’ll kick them in the bollocks and spit on them when they’re down and then I’ll be gone back into darkness, leaving only a nod and a wink and a wisecrack. I walk my path alone… who would walk with me?”

- John Constantine, Hellblazer #41

johnstiels:

NBC Constantine + Swamp Thing #37
constantine:

Comic-Con, here we come… 

constantine:

Comic-Con, here we come… 

thegeekiary:

Ever since news came out that we might not be getting a bisexual Constantine I’ve been getting into arguments with people about why it matters.  The arguments tend to be the same ones repeated over and over again and, quite frankly, it’s tiring having to repeat myself.  Since the same arguments come up over and over again I’ve had to force myself and step back and consider that maybe people just don’t understand.  While some people may be intentionally malicious, perhaps a lot of people just don’t know what it’s like to not have their sexuality addressed in media.  I’m hoping to address the common arguments I’ve had with so many people over these past few days and hopefully change some minds.
READ MORE: Why We Want A Bisexual Constantine

thegeekiary:

Ever since news came out that we might not be getting a bisexual Constantine I’ve been getting into arguments with people about why it matters.  The arguments tend to be the same ones repeated over and over again and, quite frankly, it’s tiring having to repeat myself.  Since the same arguments come up over and over again I’ve had to force myself and step back and consider that maybe people just don’t understand.  While some people may be intentionally malicious, perhaps a lot of people just don’t know what it’s like to not have their sexuality addressed in media.  I’m hoping to address the common arguments I’ve had with so many people over these past few days and hopefully change some minds.

READ MORE: Why We Want A Bisexual Constantine



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