So i gather Monet continues to be a BAMF…

dimplesfrecklesandcutepuppyeyes:

nerdisdanewblack said: Actually, i think Amber is singing “I Want To Know What Love Is” in episode 16…. but being an Amber solo, i’m sure it’s gonna be good.


And why would I be happy about that?? Why would I be happy that (if this is true) Amber is basically going to grave-rob her deceased…

I agree that they probably shouldn’t do the song, but what i meant is that out of everyone they could have chosen to sing it (side-eyeing you, Blarren) i think Amber is the least of many evils. 

I am actually kind of unbothered by it at this point what with the disrespect they have showed for Finn/Cory…. But its kind of like when I heard they were doing “Honesty” in the Billy Joel episode… I wasn’t happy about it, but i was relieved that Kevin was the one doing it and not other people, you know??? And its not because they are great singers (they really are), but beacause we know how much love and respect Kevin and Amber have for Cory, i mean they were family!!! So, what i meant was that it could be worse, i mean its Glee they always make it worse… 

 

nerdisdanewblack:

Is it weird that i just broke down and cried because one of my three favorite comic books character is in two awesome books and is going to be interacting with the other two on each of those books?

well…. i am still loving Monet on X-Men…. i’d rather not talk about Wanda and Rogue…..

djchika:

everybodyilovedies:

forsharmanbysharman:

chris, chris and chris

Marvel started a project 40 years ago to start growing their characters in labs. And because of a bookkeeping error, they named them all Chris.

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just waiting for Colfer to play Wiccan in a Young Avengers Movie…..

hipstersbleedroses:

okaywork:

why do moms get so pissed about how many empty water bottles you have in your room 

#is this a universal thing???

just got scolded for that 5 minutes ago…

nerdisdanewblack:

Monet in X-Men #9.

I found it through a link in Brian Wood’s twitter.

Monet in X-Men #9.

original glee

Where’s Tina????????????

fuckyeahrogueandmagnus:

X-MEN #12BRIAN WOOD (W) • KRIS ANKA (A)COVER BY TERRY DODSONVARIANT COVER BY J.G. JonesConclusion to GHOSTS• The Sisterhood is fully formed, and the battle for leadership begins!• The X-Men must choose…take down the Arkea Sentinels or go after the Sisterhood.32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99


I love that each of them is doing a little damage and then you have Monet in the back just ripping out one of the sentinel’s head…. I just…. You gotta love M.

fuckyeahrogueandmagnus:

X-MEN #12
BRIAN WOOD (W) • KRIS ANKA (A)
COVER BY TERRY DODSON
VARIANT COVER BY J.G. Jones
Conclusion to GHOSTS
• The Sisterhood is fully formed, and the battle for leadership begins!
• The X-Men must choose…take down the Arkea Sentinels or go after the Sisterhood.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

I love that each of them is doing a little damage and then you have Monet in the back just ripping out one of the sentinel’s head…. I just…. You gotta love M.

whydoiwatchglee:

i just hope puppet master doesn’t end up being props 2.0

watching tina accept being sidelined in favor of another rachel solo was ridiculous enough, i really don’t want the moral of this episode to be “everyone needs to sit down and let blaine be ~*~the star~*~”

That’s exactly what i thought when i read the sinopsys… i hope we’re wrong.

Reblog if you think Kurt is way more sexy than Blaine!

#OhDearGodPleaseyes

New Chris Colfer (not gonna say hater at the moment but) person replaying as victim or acusation to Chris related posts with not very elaborate arguments

colorztrauma:

 goldflame96 not to confuse with coldflame96.

I’ve checked their blog. It is DEFINITELY a hater!

colorztrauma:

ranwing:
gleeksandtheirconfessions:
It blows my mind how some people actually think Chris is a better singer than Darren. You want to talk about Darren’s weak range? At least Darren actually sounds like a man and not a prepubescent 12 year old girl.
What a laughably ignorant statement this is. So hard to decide where to start tearing it apart.
First, let’s go with the fact that Chris’s vocal type is called “countertenor” and it is an accepted and widely recognized male vocal range in classical singing. There are very few true countertenors, but they were so prized that there were numerous opera roles that were written specifically for countertenors. They are noted not just by the range of their voices (which would be comparable to a female mezzo soprano), but by the bright quality of their tone (very apparent in Chris’s voice). And since countertenors were so few and far between, it became necessary to create singers who could achieve by artificial means what a trained adult countertenor is capable of (the castrato - which ended up creating a completely different vocal style). Chris does not sing like a girl - he sings like a countertenor.
Then we have the wide range that Kurt is able to sing in. On Glee we have heard him sing 3.1 octaves. That is a huge range for a male singer and one of the broadest ranges of any singer on Glee (including the female singers). They don’t use his lower range nearly enough, but he has sung as low as a D3 and he is able to sing with a great amount of power using his chest voice. Chris came onto the show with little formal vocal training (by his own admission because most coaches were waiting for his voice to change when he was a teen and weren’t sure what to do with him), but since being on the show his technique has gotten stronger and he’s one of the technically strongest and cleanest singers on the show. He has gained more power in his upper range (where he previously sounded a bit thin on his highest notes) and has a purity of tone that comes from both natural gift and good training.
When Chris sings and slides from his lower to upper register, he does so seamlessly. That is evidence of how much control he has over his total range, from the lowest end to the highest. When he performed Le Jazz Hotand sang the final slide going from F#3 to F#5 without any strain.  His breath control is flawless and you never hear him grasping for notes. Low or high, he hits them cleanly and smoothly. He has good vibrato and uses it effectively. And he has a voice that can carry a wide range of songs, from rock to classical to Broadway. If Chris ever decided to focus on operatic training, he would have a phenomenal career because there are just so few singers who can do what he can, and almost none who sound like him. He is completely unique as a singer.
And when it comes to grasping the emotional tone of a song, Chris has absolutely no match on Glee. Looking at As If We Never Said Goodbye, I Want to Hold Your Hand, Blackbird, Defying Gravity, Being Aliveand Bring Him Home, Chris is able to deliver the emotional message of the song without depending upon the lyrics to do the heavy lifting, nor is he dependent upon the vocal tricks and performance faces that other singers are more dependent on the give the emotional punch.
Darren’s range, on the other hand, is only one octave and one semitone, and while his voice has a nice dark quality (that contrasts with Chris’s bright tone), his vocal technique is poor. You can hear him straining anytime he tries to sing above a G4, and he resorts to sing-shouting to make up for the lack of vocal flexibility. His voice has absolutely no vibrato, which tends to make him sound somewhat flat when he sings and forces him to resort to vocal tricks to make up for that deficit. He does quite well on pop and light rock numbers, but he is too often given songs that are vocally far more than he can handle (such as Fighterand Don’t Stop Me Now). He is also one of the performers who is dependent on vocal tricks and facial expressions to give his songs emotional weight, which gives his singing a superficial quality that lacks true emotional depth. What Darren does have is a commercially accessible voice that is readily marketable, but he lacks anything vocally that makes him stand out as a unique singer. There is nothing about Darren’s voice that you don’t see in dozens of other singers currently performing.
Non-dear troll confessor: slam!


You better plow that hater to the ground!!!!!!

colorztrauma:

ranwing:

gleeksandtheirconfessions:

It blows my mind how some people actually think Chris is a better singer than Darren. You want to talk about Darren’s weak range? At least Darren actually sounds like a man and not a prepubescent 12 year old girl.

What a laughably ignorant statement this is. So hard to decide where to start tearing it apart.

First, let’s go with the fact that Chris’s vocal type is called “countertenor” and it is an accepted and widely recognized male vocal range in classical singing. There are very few true countertenors, but they were so prized that there were numerous opera roles that were written specifically for countertenors. They are noted not just by the range of their voices (which would be comparable to a female mezzo soprano), but by the bright quality of their tone (very apparent in Chris’s voice). And since countertenors were so few and far between, it became necessary to create singers who could achieve by artificial means what a trained adult countertenor is capable of (the castrato - which ended up creating a completely different vocal style). Chris does not sing like a girl - he sings like a countertenor.

Then we have the wide range that Kurt is able to sing in. On Glee we have heard him sing 3.1 octaves. That is a huge range for a male singer and one of the broadest ranges of any singer on Glee (including the female singers). They don’t use his lower range nearly enough, but he has sung as low as a D3 and he is able to sing with a great amount of power using his chest voice. Chris came onto the show with little formal vocal training (by his own admission because most coaches were waiting for his voice to change when he was a teen and weren’t sure what to do with him), but since being on the show his technique has gotten stronger and he’s one of the technically strongest and cleanest singers on the show. He has gained more power in his upper range (where he previously sounded a bit thin on his highest notes) and has a purity of tone that comes from both natural gift and good training.

When Chris sings and slides from his lower to upper register, he does so seamlessly. That is evidence of how much control he has over his total range, from the lowest end to the highest. When he performed Le Jazz Hotand sang the final slide going from F#3 to F#5 without any strain.  His breath control is flawless and you never hear him grasping for notes. Low or high, he hits them cleanly and smoothly. He has good vibrato and uses it effectively. And he has a voice that can carry a wide range of songs, from rock to classical to Broadway. If Chris ever decided to focus on operatic training, he would have a phenomenal career because there are just so few singers who can do what he can, and almost none who sound like him. He is completely unique as a singer.

And when it comes to grasping the emotional tone of a song, Chris has absolutely no match on Glee. Looking at As If We Never Said Goodbye, I Want to Hold Your Hand, Blackbird, Defying Gravity, Being Aliveand Bring Him Home, Chris is able to deliver the emotional message of the song without depending upon the lyrics to do the heavy lifting, nor is he dependent upon the vocal tricks and performance faces that other singers are more dependent on the give the emotional punch.

Darren’s range, on the other hand, is only one octave and one semitone, and while his voice has a nice dark quality (that contrasts with Chris’s bright tone), his vocal technique is poor. You can hear him straining anytime he tries to sing above a G4, and he resorts to sing-shouting to make up for the lack of vocal flexibility. His voice has absolutely no vibrato, which tends to make him sound somewhat flat when he sings and forces him to resort to vocal tricks to make up for that deficit. He does quite well on pop and light rock numbers, but he is too often given songs that are vocally far more than he can handle (such as Fighterand Don’t Stop Me Now). He is also one of the performers who is dependent on vocal tricks and facial expressions to give his songs emotional weight, which gives his singing a superficial quality that lacks true emotional depth. What Darren does have is a commercially accessible voice that is readily marketable, but he lacks anything vocally that makes him stand out as a unique singer. There is nothing about Darren’s voice that you don’t see in dozens of other singers currently performing.

Non-dear troll confessor: slam!

You better plow that hater to the ground!!!!!!

favorite figgins moments.

One of my favorite moments in the history of the show. It’s right up there with Sue’s rant about buying Schue a cat and punching him…

eira-cannaid:

dylanchriscobrien:

I don’t know why, but i just think they could be such a great couple!

Okay, filing bisexual!Brody/Kurt under things I did not know I wanted.

During “let’s have a Kiki” it actually seems like he and Kurt are flirting, no one would guess that Brody was there for Rachel…. he actuall had a lot more chemistry with Kurt.