Toricon



Recent bookmarks

  1. Rec *

    Tags
    Summary

    Because being quirkless was, in a way, very much like being disabled - just not ever in the way that able-bodied quirked people thought it was. And it was just another unfortunate fact of life, really, that Toshinori predicted they never would.

    (Or the one where Deku rants on social media every so often and, this time, Toshinori eventually realizes that just because things are a certain way doesn't mean that he must be content with that or accept it.)

    Language:
    English
    Words:
    9,871
    Chapters:
    2/3
    Collections:
    2
    Comments:
    175
    Kudos:
    677
    Bookmarks:
    272
    Hits:
    5675

    25 Jul 2021

  2. Rec *

    Tags
    Summary

    “Long, long ago, the man I called my father told me that if I didn’t like how something turned out, I could always try again. This isn’t at all what he meant … but I had the power. I had the means - the ability to start over. Doesn’t that give me the obligation, as well?”

    Language:
    English
    Words:
    5,959
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    4
    Comments:
    65
    Kudos:
    609
    Bookmarks:
    159
    Hits:
    3320

    03 Jul 2021

  3. Rec *

    Tags
    Summary

    It nags at him. He says to Hizashi, "One of my students is prejudiced against quirkless people."

    "That Bakugou brat?" Hizashi assumes.

    "No," says Aizawa, equally surprised.

    In which Midoriya talks badly about the quirkless and Aizawa, trying to play the responsible in-charge adult, says things he later regrets.
    Language:
    English
    Words:
    2,856
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    21
    Comments:
    142
    Kudos:
    5023
    Bookmarks:
    1127
    Hits:
    26269

    26 Jun 2021

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Izuku has internalized quirkism. he also has a very powerful quirk. Aizawa reaches the wrong conclusion fot the right reasons.

  4. Public Bookmark *

    Tags
    Summary

    A vaguely academic examination of the phenomena behind fandom shipping and why certain non-canon ships become exceedingly popular, far overshadowing the popularity of canon ships. This essay touches on common mistakes writers make with female characters and romantic subplots, and suggests a explanation for the enduring popularity of so many m/m ships which have no chance at all of becoming canon. Examples are drawn from Avatar the Last Air Bender, Voltron Legendary Defender (god help me), and My Hero Academia.

    Series
    Language:
    English
    Words:
    9,976
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    82
    Kudos:
    967
    Bookmarks:
    302
    Hits:
    11318

    24 Jun 2021

  5. Public Bookmark 47

    Tags
    Summary

    A collection of meta analysis essays for My Hero Academia, currently villain-centric.

    (Found out we can archive more than fanfic here, so I'm crossposting from Tumblr for ease and permanent access.)

    Series
    Language:
    English
    Words:
    15,967
    Chapters:
    3/?
    Comments:
    19
    Kudos:
    180
    Bookmarks:
    47
    Hits:
    2870

    24 Jun 2021