so - this.
@kiowajgordan the derber doc and me. Bbq Sunday. Stay tuned
Jason Momoa on Iconosquare October 12th 2014
Based on my count, and I am excellent at math and stuff, Jamie missed out on 2.3 million sexual encounters during episode 8 because you are a whiny whinerson who whines. Shut the hell up so Jamie can get some!
According to many, many rumors, Momoa will be our live-action Aquaman, probably appearing in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and potentially getting his own solo outing: Momoa is clearly not the blond, blue-eyed Aryan-esque Atlantean shown in the comics.
Ronon Dex: Citizen of Atlantis
The Ancients built Atlantis, a city-ship and Stargate Atlantis’ main setting, Among their several names, they are called The Ancestors and Lanteans in Pegasus Galaxy, and they sometimes call themselves Anquietas in their language.
Conan the Barbarian: Atlantean descendant
Robert E Howard imagined the Cimmerians as a pre-Celtic people. Ethnically the Cimmerians to which Conan belongs are descendants of the Atlanteans, though they do not remember their ancestry. In his fictional historical essay “The Hyborian Age”, Howard describes how the people of Atlantis – the land where his character King Kull originated – had to move east after a great cataclysm changed the face of the world and sank their island, settling where Ireland and Scotland would eventually be located,
While Warner Bros. hasn’t made that announcement officially yet, HitFix can confirm that he will be playing the part, and that Zack Snyder has already finalized his designs for the character so shooting can take place soon.
Atlantis is depicted as a real location in the fictional DC Comics Universe. The very first DC Universe version of Atlantis debuted in Action Comics #18 (November 1939), and was created by Gardner F. Fox and Fred Guardineer. Other versions appeared in various DC comics in the 1940s and 1950s, including the version in the Supermangroup of books in which the mermaid Lori Lemaris resides. Aquaman's version of the city, the most prominently featured version in the company's line, first appeared in Adventure Comics #260 (May 1959), and was created by Robert Bernstein and Ramona Fradon. All versions are based on the mythical island of Atlantis first mentioned in Plato's initial dialogue, the Timaeus, written c. 360 BC
Bitten Appreciation Week | Day 7
↳ Free Choice | Claylena + scenery
Apologies lovely followers but I’m having a bad day and need to rant (again)…
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