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Avengers Deleted Scene

#i wish they kept this #she looks like she’s giving up #and then she looks at clint fighting #figthing for new york #FIGHTING TO SAVE LIVES #AND SHE JUST GETS BACK UP#BECAUSE #THAT’S WHAT THEY DO #THEY GET BACK UP #IF YOU DON’T THINK HEROES AREN’T INSPIRING #GET OUT OF MY FACE #sobs (via im-not-their-hero)

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We’re the only ones left.

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cosmoglaut:

mid0nz:

cosmoglaut:

Let’s see what we can find about the crimes that Sherlock solved/investigated after his return. From the crime wall:
1. Lion’s Mane (Yup): 

Sherlock investigated (or at least started looking into) the case of Lion’s Mane after he returned. Of course, I might have combined two or more cases in this image. But I am going on an assumption that since the papers are tacked nearly on top of each other and separate from others, they all relate to Lion’s Mane. The way I see it is, the photograph next to the news is that of a man, who (most likely same man) is standing by his car at sea-side in the bottom photograph.
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#1 Lion’s Mane is ACD canon 
#2 Trial By Twitter reminded me of Moffat’s woes with the social network. He also makes a slam to twitter in the Doctor Who episode, “The Bells of Saint John.”
#3 Monkey Glands is ACD canon reference to “The Adventure of the Creeping Man" where Professor Presbury takes langurs extract as a kind of Viagra. Amusing scene in Brett.
#4 Molsey Murder (? — probably finalproblem is right…)
#5 War of the Wor(lds) Pun on Orson Welles’s “War of the Worlds?”
#6 Cereal Killer Pun.Ha ha!
#7Dressed to Kill I think this is the Basil Rathbone movie — Angelo is a ref. to DtK as well.
#8 The Show Ax ?

a) West End ?
b) -ration Hex ?
c) Dead Man Talking Kind of what corpses do…
d) Did Diana Commit Suicide? Princess Diana, presumably.

Eep! I had no idea about Angelo being a reference to Dressed to Kill!
a) West End Horror!! That’s the pastiche by Nicholas Meyer who also wrote Seven Percent Solution! Yiss!
b) Probably a pun on Generation X?

cosmoglaut:

mid0nz:

cosmoglaut:

Let’s see what we can find about the crimes that Sherlock solved/investigated after his return. From the crime wall:

1. Lion’s Mane (Yup): 

Sherlock investigated (or at least started looking into) the case of Lion’s Mane after he returned. Of course, I might have combined two or more cases in this image. But I am going on an assumption that since the papers are tacked nearly on top of each other and separate from others, they all relate to Lion’s Mane. The way I see it is, the photograph next to the news is that of a man, who (most likely same man) is standing by his car at sea-side in the bottom photograph.

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#1 Lion’s Mane is ACD canon 

#2 Trial By Twitter reminded me of Moffat’s woes with the social network. He also makes a slam to twitter in the Doctor Who episode, “The Bells of Saint John.”

#3 Monkey Glands is ACD canon reference to “The Adventure of the Creeping Man" where Professor Presbury takes langurs extract as a kind of Viagra. Amusing scene in Brett.

#4 Molsey Murder (? — probably finalproblem is right…)

#5 War of the Wor(lds) Pun on Orson Welles’s “War of the Worlds?”

#6 Cereal Killer Pun.Ha ha!

#7Dressed to Kill I think this is the Basil Rathbone movie — Angelo is a ref. to DtK as well.

#8 The Show Ax ?

a) West End ?

b) -ration Hex ?

c) Dead Man Talking Kind of what corpses do…

d) Did Diana Commit Suicide? Princess Diana, presumably.

Eep! I had no idea about Angelo being a reference to Dressed to Kill!

a) West End Horror!! That’s the pastiche by Nicholas Meyer who also wrote Seven Percent Solution! Yiss!

b) Probably a pun on Generation X?

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Favourite Quotes + Tangled

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mydoctortennant:

Clint calls in a favour whilst preparing dinner.

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